|Disney Reads Day Feb. 4
Celebrate the Magic of Storytelling on Disney Reads Day! Join Barnes & Noble for a reading of popular Disney stories and do fun activities to inspire kids’ imaginations. Giveaways including stickers, bookmarks and mini-posters (while supplies last).
11am-12pm / Barnes & Noble, Montclair Place
(909) 399-1966 / www.montclairplace.comRun for Russ 5K Run & Community Walk Feb. 4
This event serves as a tribute to honor the memory of fallen police officer, Officer Russ Miller who was killed in the line of duty by a drunk driver. The Russ Miller Memorial Athletic Fund is committed to improving the quality of life for the youth of our community, by providing opportunities for youth athletic participation and by supporting organizations whose aim is to serve the local communities children.
8am / Chino Civic Center: 13250 Central Avenue
(909) 334-3039 / www.chinopoa.orgNew Vision Theatricals Feb. 4
In partnership with the Upland Recreation and Community Services Division, the bright young talents of New Vision Theatricals will touch hearts with joy and thrill the participants with their professional excellence, delighting all ages with their seasonal music.
2pm & 7:30pm / Gibson Senior Center: 250 N. Third Ave., Upland
(818) 835-6213 / www.ci.upland.ca.us
Peppermint Possibilities Dinner and Auction Feb. 4
Events for the evening include; guest speaker Kathy Buckley, an award winning comedienne, author and actress who will share her unique life experiences, a silent auction with a chance to win an unforgettable New York Broadway experience, and honoring Elaine Norland, owner of A Cone Zone.
6pm / Eagle Glen Golf Club: 1800 Eagle Glen Parkway, Corona
(951) 273-7320 / www.peppermintridge.org
Soroptimist International of Chino Hills/IE Cannataro’s Italian Dinner Fundraiser Feb. 7
Soroptimist International of Chino Hills/Inland Empire will receive 50% of the following menu items that are ordered from the restaurant on select entrees. See website for list. All dinners include soup or salad. Soroptimist improves the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment.
4-9pm / Cannataro’s Restaurant: 12345 Mountain Ave., Chino
(909) 214-5996 / www.sichie.org
Let It Be Golf Tournament – Adult Scramble Feb. 9
In addition to the tournament we will be hosting a catered dinner with a noted speaker as well as auction and raffle prizes, all while contributing to one of the most impactful charities in our area. Our mission is to provide ongoing support and services to families of children diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
11am-7pm / Los Serranos Golf and Country Club: 15656 Yorba Ave., Chino Hills
(909) 613-9161 / www.theletitbefoundation.org
San Antonio Regional Hospital: Day of Dance Feb. 11
Heart-beating, feet-tapping, finger-snapping, song-singing, fun-loving, laughter-filled day to kick up your health. Dance for heart health! Bring your friends and join us for heart disease education, health screenings, and lots of dancing! Admission is free.
11am-3pm / Victoria Gardens Cultural Center – Imagination Courtyard: 12505 Cultural Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 920-6139 / www.sarh.org/dance
Roaring 20’s Casino Night! Feb. 11
All proceeds from Casino Night benefit the Diamond Bar Woman’s Club charities. The Club is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs; an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.
6:30-11pm / Diamond Bar Golf Course: 22751 Golden Springs Dr.
(909) 348-3779 / www.dbwomansclub.com
Parents Night Out Feb. 11
The city’s Teen Recreation Activity Club (TRAC) members want to entertain your children while you enjoy a night out. Cost per child is $20.75 for residents with a 10% discount for multiple children from the same family. Activities will include arts & crafts, games, videos, movies, toys and snacks.
6-11pm / Lions West Community Center: 9161 Base Line Road, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 477-2795 / www.cityofrc.us
City of Chino Hills Blood Drive Feb. 15
Donors must be at least 17 years of age, in good health, and weigh at least 110 pounds. Donors should drink plenty of decaffeinated liquids prior to donating and must present valid photo identification. Medical personnel will check your temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and iron level.
1-6pm / Government Center parking lot: 14077 Peyton Drive
(800) 879-4484 / www.lstream.org
Sweetheart Dance Feb. 17
Entertainment provided by Big Band Wednesday. All ages welcome! Free dance lesson with each paid admission starts at 6pm. Pay in advance or on the day of at the front desk.
7-10pm / Central Park: 11200 Base Line Road, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 477-2780 / www.cityofrc.us
Priceless Pets’ Squeaky Clean Comedy Feb. 17
Come join us for Mel Austin’s squeaky clean comedy show while raising money for Priceless Pets! Priceless Pets is a no-kill animal rescue that rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes unwanted and abandoned dogs and cats.
7-10pm / Dave & Buster’s: 4821 Mills Circle, Ontario
(909) 203-3695 / www.pricelesspetrescue.org
Salem’s Chili Cook-Off & Car Show Feb. 18
Our goal at this event is to create an atmosphere for our community where people with and without developmental disabilities can join together to have a festive and fun time. We believe that when our residents integrate with their community they are happier, more productive, and enjoy a healthier life. With your support, you will help the residents of Salem work their chili booth, judge a car, get a face painting, and enjoy many other carnival activities.
12-4pm / CrossPoint Church: 6950 Edison Ave., Chino
(909) 614-0579 / www.salemchristianhomes.org
Spotlight on Corona – Annual Youth Talent Show Feb. 18
All youths are welcome! There are no entry fees and admission to the show is also free!
1-4pm / Corona Public Library: 650 S. Main
(951) 736-2388 / www.coronapubliclibrary.org
Chino Youth Museum’s Kids Night Out Feb. 18
The night’s activities include: art projects, games, , and time to explore the Museum’s exhibits. Kids will be able to make their own dinner, under the supervision of our caring staff. Please register no later than the Thursday before the event. Ages 4-10 $12 members/$15 general public.
6-9pm / Chino Youth Museum: 13191 Sixth Street
(909) 334-3270 / www.chinoyouthmuseum.com
Rancho Cucamonga State of the City Feb. 23
The Honorable Mayor L. Dennis Michael will be addressing the community to reflect on the City’s accomplishments of the past year and share the vision for the future.
5-8:30pm / Lewis Family Playhouse: 12505 Cultural Center Dr., Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 987-1012 / www.ranchochamber.org
The Annual Let It Be Golf Tournament – Youth Scramble Feb. 25
For kids ages 8 to 17 to participate and learn golf etiquette, practice on the range, and play nine holes of golf while learning from a local high school golf team member and be chaperoned by an adult VIP. Our mission is to provide ongoing support and services to families of children diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
11am-4:30pm / Los Serranos Golf and Country Club: 15656 Yorba Ave., Chino Hills
(909) 613-9161 / www.theletitbefoundation.org
Furry Friends Flea Market Feb. 25
All proceeds go to programs and services for the homeless animals at our facility. $1 Entrance Fee. Huge sale with great bargains! We cannot accept: clothing, large appliances, furniture, or computer equipment.
8am-1pm / Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care and Adoption Center: 11780 Arrow Route
(909) 466-7387 / www.RCPets.info
Golden Dragon Acrobats Feb. 25
Amazing feats of athleticism, daring, heart-stopping stunts and the grace of the centuries-old art form. This unique cirque spectacular showcases traditional Chinese acrobats showcasing their remarkable skills and physicality, accompanied by a traditional musical score. Juggling everything from umbrellas to soccer balls and with props as varied as ladders and giant spinning wheels, the performers show just why they’re world famous.
2pm & 7:30pm / Lewis Family Playhouse: 12505 Cultural Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 477-2752 / www.lewisfamilyplayhouse.com
Fire & Ice Chili and Beer Festival Feb. 25
Presented by the Circle City Rotary and the Corona-Norco YMCA. A fun and family friendly event designed to raise funds for multiple local charitable causes. All of the money raised by this event will be used to further those causes. Some of the events will be; sampling chili from the cook-off, beer tastings from craft breweries, live music and entertainment, a kids play area, and games for kids and adults.
12-5pm / Corona-Norco Family YMCA: 1331 River Road
Baldy View ROP Community Open House Feb. 25
A FREE event open for community members to view, interact, and receive valuable information from community resources available in the local region! Get an up-close, hands-on view/demo of over 70 FREE classes available to high school students! Fee-based classes also open for adult students with financial support available! Employers will share the nature of the workforce and attendees can hear about employment opportunities, learn about scholarships, college entrance, and much more!
10am-2pm / Baldy View ROP Career Training Center: 1501 S. Bon View Ave., Ontario
(909) 980-6490 x1249 / www.baldyviewrop.com
Bridal Show Feb. 26
Our boutique-style show provides an intimate and casual atmosphere that allows you to connect one on one with top wedding professionals.
11am-3pm / Diamond Bar Center: 1600 Grand Ave.
(909) 899-7065 / www.diamondbarca.gov
CVUSD Annual Art Showcase Feb. 28-Mar. 1
Chino Valley Unified School District’s annual Art Showcase. Student artwork in a variety of medias will be displayed. Admission is free and it is open to the public.
Tue 6-8pm, Wed 5-7pm / Magnolia Junior High School Media Center: 13150 Mountain Ave., Chino
(909) 628-1201 / www.chino.k12.ca.us