|New Year’s Bingo Extravaganza! Jan. 3
The City of Chino and the Chino Senior Citizen’s Club invite you to the New Year’s Bingo Extravaganza and PLAY…Ten Bingo Games, ENJOY…A Delicious Italian Dinner and EXCITING…Door Prizes. Cost: $20 per ticket, $5 each additional packs (Includes dinner and first Bingo pack of 10.)
Doors open 1:15pm / Chino Senior Center: 13170 Central Ave.
(909) 334-3271 / www.cityofchino.orgWilson Phillips Jan. 7
Wilson Phillips, one of the biggest selling all-female groups in music history hits the Lewis Family Playhouse stage for an unforgettable evening of nostalgia and chart-topping songs. Be there as Chynna Phillips, Wendy Wilson and Carnie Wilson light up the night performing their #1 hits “Hold On,” “Release Me” and “You’re in Love,” amongst countless others. In celebration of their 25th year as recording artists, Wilson Phillips will also pay tribute to The Beach Boys and The Mamas & The Papas.
8pm / 12505 Cultural Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 477-2752 / www.lewisfamilyplayhouse.comAdopt A Pal With Paws Jan. 7
On the first Saturday of eCorona Events First Saturday of Monthach month, you can Adopt a Pal with Paws for $20.00. Normal dog licensing and microchipping fees will still apply. You can view all adoptable Pals with Paws at petharbor.com and search City of Corona Animal Shelter.
10am-4pm / Corona Animal Shelter: 1330 Magnolia Avenue
(951) 736-2309 / www.discovercorona.com
Stars of Doo-Wop & Rock ‘n Roll Jan. 8
Featuring original recording artists Chris Montez, Kathy Young, Randy Safuto along with the Dukes of Doo-Wop singing hit after hit from that golden age of doo-wop and rock & roll. Join us for a star-studded afternoon as we take a trip down memory lane with such hits as “Let’s Dance,” “A Thousand Stars,” “Denise,” “Call Me” and many more!
2pm / Lewis Family Playhouse: 12505 Cultural Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 477-2752 / www.lewisfamilyplayhouse.com
Martin Luther King B.B.Q Jan. 9
Enjoy hot dogs, chips and drinks while they last aw we remember a great leader. Festivity is open to all ages.
4pm / Anthony Munoz Community Center: 1240 West Fourth Street, Ontario
(909) 933-3596 / www.ontarioca.gov
chARTS Art Show Jan. 12
Check out the chARTS rotating Art Show! New Art on Display from January to April. chARTS is led by local artists and art lovers who represent a wide range of expertise in fine arts, graphic design, music, creative writing, theatre, and more. A rotating display of local artwork will be featured as the art show is refreshed during the year. The Chino Hills Community Foundation was created in 2008 to promote and support the cultural, educational, and recreational needs in the City.
6:30-8pm / Chino Hills Community Center: 14250 Peyton Drive
(909) 364-2826 / www.chinohills.org
42nd Annual Air Show Jan. 14-15
Aircraft and car displays. Aircraft and helicopter rides. Kid’s zone. Pancake breakfast. Food, merchandise and vendors!
8am-5pm / Cable Airport, Inc.: 1749 W. 13th St., Upland
(909) 982-6021 / www.cableairport.com
Parents Night Out Jan. 16
The city’s Teen Recreation Activity Club (TRAC) members want to entertain your children while you enjoy a night out. Reserve your space now and pay when you drop off your child. Registration is required and space is limited, min of 15, max of 60. 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.
6-10pm / Lions West Community Center: 9161 Base Line Road, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 477-2795 x2327 / www.cityofrc.us
Casino Night Dance Jan. 20
Entertainment provided by DJ Brown Eyed Soul. 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) 477-2700 / www.cityofrc.us
Healthy Hills Wellness Fair Jan. 21
Promoting wellness in Chino Hills through programs, partnerships, resources, and more! This free event will have activities and information booths for all ages. For the kids there will be educational booths, fun and games and the Mobile Recreation van. For Adults there will be booths on fitness, nutrition and healthcare services. Seniors have not been forgotten with Health Screening booths and social growth information.
10am-12pm / Chino Hills Community Center: 14250 Peyton Drive
(909) 364-2700 / www.chinohills.org
Winter Snow Fest! Jan. 21
There will be four snow hills, a snow play area, children’s crafts, game booths, and food booths! Sleds will be provided for the runs, but kids should bring their own gloves and wear closed toed shoes. No outside sleds will be allowed and a waiver form must be signed before sledding. Admission to the event is free, wristbands for unlimited sledding are only $5.00, and children can play four games for only $1.00 (Cash Only Event).
9am-3pm / Pantera Park: 738 Pantera Drive, Diamond Bar
(909) 839-7070 / www.cityofdiamondbar.com
Friends’ Book Sale Jan. 21
You will find many interesting books at very reasonable prices. There are many special sales throughout the month so stop by both of our beautiful locations. Basically BOOKS gift certificates are available and make great gifts.
9am-3:30pm / Basically BOOKS: 23447 Golden Springs Dr., Diamond Bar
(909) 396-9954 / www.dblibraryfriends.org/basically-books
Soroptimist Intl of Chino Hills/IE “Be a Light to the World” Painting Party Jan. 27
This highly popular painting party event sells out quickly! The inspirational mason jar light scene was chosen by past artists. This event is fun, interactive, food and beverages are included and at the end of the evening, you get to take your own unique piece of artwork home. $39.00 includes dinner, beverages, an art instructor-led painting lesson and all art supplies.
6:30-8:30pm / McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center: 14280 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills
Taste Of The I.E. Jan. 27
The Upland Chamber of Commerce is proud to present their Annual Taste of the I.E. Ages 21+. $75 per person with limited ticket sales. This year the event will be held indoors and we will provide an ambience with music, lighting, casino tables, dancing, raffles and live auctions along with a photo booth to record our guests evening.
6-10pm / DoubleTree By Hilton: 555 W. Foothill Boulevard, Claremont
(909) 204-4465 / www.uplandchamber.org
Autism Resource and Fun Fair Jan. 28
This special event will provide an opportunity for children, parents, siblings, and caretakers touched by Autism to have fun in a safe and welcoming environment. Community partners, who specialize in supporting children on the autism spectrum, will be on-hand to provide helpful resources. Pre-registration is required for this free event.
3-5pm / Chino Youth Museum: 13191 Sixth St.
(909) 334-3270 / www.chinoyouthmuseum.com
The Secret Garden Jan. 28-Feb. 12
The cantankerous and orphaned Mary Lennox is taken away from her home in India to live with her reclusive uncle in the Yorkshire Moors. This award-winning adaptation stays true to the cherished book as Mary discovers a secret garden that changes her life, and that of those around her. For ages 7 and up.
See website for schedule. / Lewis Family Playhouse: 12505 Cultural Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 477-2752 / www.lewisfamilyplayhouse.com
Rancho Cucamonga Chamber Social Hour Mixer Jan. 31
Please join the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce as we gather for an exciting evening mixer /social hour. It will include delicious refreshments, networking, raffle prizes, and much more!
5:30-7:30pm / Rock & Brews: 12225 E Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 987-1012 / www.ranchochamber.org