June 2017 Calendar Events

June 2017 Calendar Events

 

Chino Hills State of the City   June 1
“Once a Dream, Propelled by Passion, Continuing the Vision” presented by Mayor Ray Marquez. The State of the City will explore the dreams of the cityhood effort, the passion of people who make a difference, and the vision that continues to define our quality of life in Chino Hills.
Time/Place: 5:30-7:45pm / Chino Hills Community Center
Contact: 909-627-6177 / www.chinovalleychamberofcommerce.com

Health2Wealth Expo   June 1
There will be natural products and alternative health, wellness, wealth vendors and exhibitors, education, fitness demos, health screenings and more. This year’s theme addresses Aging and Wellness.  So, we welcome any products and services for senior, senior health, nutrition, Medicare, education, business, accessibility, assisted, dwelling for the aging community.
Time/Place: 2-6pm / Chaffey College Chino Community Center
Contact: 714-349-2884 / www.chinovalleychamberofcommerce.com

Downtown Upland Family Night Out   June 1-29
Thursdays only. Turn your Thursday evening into a fun-filled time spent with family, friends, and neighbors. Enjoy vendors, food, music, raffles, and more!
Time/Place: 5-9pm / Historic Downtown Upland
Contact: 909-509-6414 / www.historicdowntownupland.org

Steve McQueen Car and Motorcycle Show   June 2-3
The action begins Friday evening with “The Sand Pebbles” VIP dinner. The evening will include a silent auction and wine tasting, followed by a movie themed dinner program and live auction. The car and motorcycle show will take place on Saturday.
Time/Place: Fri 4:30pm, Sat 8am / Boys Republic, Chino Hills
Contact: 909-628-1217 / www.stevemcqueencarshow.com

Cherry Festival   June 3
Cost: $5. Lunch not included. Registration deadline 5/31. Additional $5 at the door. Ages 50+. Non-residents add $2.50.
Time/Place: 10:30am-4:30pm / De Anza Community & Teen Center, Ontario
Contact: 909-395-2030 / www.ontarioca.gov

Relay for Life Golf Tournament   June 3
Entry fees are $100 for single players and $360 for a foursome. Fees include Cart, Goody Bag, Dinner and awards. All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society.
Time/Place: 11am / San Dimas Canyon Golf Course
Contact: 909-228-9128 / www.relayforlife.org

Corona Antiques & Collectibles Faire   June 3
Find the rare antique or the perfect piece of art. The Faire features a variety of vendors and is a fun family activity.
Time/Place: 8am-3pm / Corona Heritage Park
Contact: 951-302-0080 / www.coronaheritage.org

Victoria Gardens Spring Movie   June 6
Bring out your whole family for our themed movie nights! Come dressed in theme and receive 5 raffle tickets and be entered into our contest. We encourage you to enjoy one of the many eateries available at Victoria Gardens. Child friendly activities and raffle will be held before each movie. Night is Luau Night as we watch Moana. Dress in your favorite Hawaiian shirts and flowy grass skirts.
Time/Place: Dusk / Victoria Gardens: Chaffey Town Square
Contact: 909-919-2628 / www.victoriagardensie.com

Upland Chamber of Commerce Poker Classic   June 9
Join us for No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em.  Your $75 buy-in includes beverages and appetizers. Sponsorship opportunities available.
Time/Place: 7pm / La Villa Bella at San Antonio, Upland
Contact: 909-204-4465 / www.uplandchamber.org

Men’s Health & Hot Rod Event   June 10
Benefiting the San Antonio Regional Hospital. Healthy eats: Continental breakfast and healthy lunch. Health conversations: Physicians will give 10-15 minute presentations on various health topics. Health screenings: Cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure and more. Health & Hot Rods T-Shirt: Included with your registration.
Time/Place: 8am-12pm / 901 San Bernardino Road, Upland
Contact: 909-920-4962 / www.sarh.org

Autism Resource and Fun Fair   June 10
Will provide an opportunity for children, parents, siblings, and caretakers touched by Autism to have fun in a safe and welcoming environment. Various community partners, who specialize in supporting children on the autism spectrum, will be on-hand to provide helpful resources.
Time/Place: 3-5pm / Chino Youth Museum
Contact: 909-334-3270 / www.chinoyouthmuseum.com

Inland Empire Police Canine Association Annual Police K-9 Benefit Show   June 10
There will be lots of activities, giveaways, food trucks and even photos with your favorite K-9s. The IEPCA is dedicated to helping these K9 teams be successful and to provide additional training and K9 replacement assistance at no cost to members.
Time/Place: 3pm / Upland High School
Contact: www.inlandempirek9.com

Cancer Walk of Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario   June 10-11
The American Cancer Society and the Relay for Life teams of Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario, invite the Community to join the Relay For Life 24-hour Cancer Walk event to help raise money for the fight against cancer.
Time/Place: 9am-9am / Ontario Soccer Park
Contact: 951-675-3198 / www.RelayforLife.org/RCOCA

Fender Center’s Annual Jam   June 11
A celebration of artists of all ages and talents that have studied at Fender® Center for the Performing Arts.  Refreshments from Rock & Brews Restaurant, Corona and opportunity drawings will be available. Graduating seniors will be recognized. Free!
Time/Place: 3pm / Circle City Center Outdoor Amphitheater, Corona
Contact: 951-735-2440 / www.KidsRockFree.org

Chino Hills Concerts in the Park   June 14-Aug. 9
This 8-week series will take place on Wednesdays. Each concert is FREE!  Bring your lawn chairs and blankets!  Refreshment concession stands will be available onsite. The June 28th Concert will be the City’s Independence Day celebration, and there will not be a concert on July 5th.
Time/Place: 6:45-8:15pm / Veterans Park
Contact: 909-364-2700 / www.chinohills.org

Chino Summer Nights  June 16-July 21
The City of Chino present movies on the lawn event series, Chino Summer Nights! Enjoy a family night out with free movies (rated PG or PG-13) beginning at dusk, family-fun activities beginning at 6:30pm, food and retail vendor booths, and more! Don’t forget, bring a blanket or lawn chair!
Time/Place: 6:30pm / City Hall Lawn
Contact: 909-334-3258 / www.cityofchino.org

Hops With Pops 5K   June 17
Start off Father’s Day weekend with a family fun 5K and Kids Fun Run that explores Cable Airport, the world’s largest, family owned airport, followed by a delicious refreshing brew from Last Name Brewing!
Time/Place: 8-10am / Last Name Brewing, Upland
Contact: 909-399-3553 / www.spectrumsportsevents.com

Hops with Pops 5K   June 17
Start off Father’s Day weekend with a family fun 5K and Kids Fun Run that explores Cable Airport, the world’s largest, family owned airport, followed by a delicious refreshing brew from Last Name Brewing!
Time/Place: 6am / Last Name Brewing: 2120 Porterfield Way, Upland
Contact: 909-399-3553 / www.hopswithpops5k.com

Inland Valley Recovery Services Chili Cook-Off   June 17
Proceeds to benefit Inland Valley Recovery Services programs – healing individuals, family, and the community since 1962.
Time/Place: 6-9pm / Upland City Hall Courtyard
Contact: 909-932-1069 / www.inlandvalleyrecovery.org

San Antonio Golf Classic   June 19-20
Benefiting the San Antonio Regional Hospital.
Time/Place: Mon 10am, Tue 1pm / Red Hill Country Club, Rancho Cucamonga
Contact: 909-920-4962 / www.sarh.org

Eastvale Picnic in the Park   June 23-25
The band Queen Nation (Queen Tribute) will play on Friday. Fireworks show on Saturday. Salsa contest on Sunday. All three days will include carnival rides, picnic games, contests and food vendors. There will be a beer garden for those over 21 years of age.
Time/Place: Fri 5-11pm, Sat 2-11pm, Sun 3-10pm / Eastvale Community Park
Contact: 951-685-7434 / www.jcsd.us

Inspire to Empower Awards & Fundraiser   June 24
Two thousand and seventeen will mark the inaugural year of the Inspire to Empower: Awards and Fundraiser. A cultural event, hosting African dance, keynote speakers, music, and other artistic celebrations of the African spirit. All proceeds will directly support the African American Museum of Beginnings Exhibits, Education, Health and Wellness, Community Engagement programs, and day-to-day operations of the Museum.
Time/Place: 6-10pm / Sheraton Fairplex and Conference Center, Pomona
Contact: www.africanamericanmuseumofbeginnings.org

Rancho Cucamonga Firefighters Benefit Car Show   June 25
Benefits Fire & Burn Foundation. Enjoy beautifully restored classic cars and trucks on display. There will be opportunity drawings throughout the day, vendors, fire apparatus, music, food and fun at this FREE event!
Time/Place: 9am-2pm / Red Hill Community Park: 7484 Vineyard Ave.
Contact: 909-477-2770 / www.cityofrc.us

All American Bingo & BBQ   June 27
The City of Chino invite you to enjoy an afternoon of exciting BINGO followed by a delicious BBQ.  Must be 21+ to play bingo.
Time/Place: 2-5pm / Chino Senior Center
Contact: 909-334-3271 / www.cityofchino.org

Chino Hills Independence Day Celebration   June 28
Enjoy the food vendors, game booths, a stilt walker, face painting, free family activities, a balloon artist, and more! Dignitaries will offer brief patriotic comments at the 6:30pm ceremony. The rock variety band, Pine Mountain Logs, will be performing.
Time/Place: 5-9pm / Veterans Park
Contact: 909-364-2700 / www.chinohills.org

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