Inland Empire – Calendar Events – June 2019

Jonathan Perea Calendar of Events - Inland Empire


Concerts at Ontario Town Square   Through Aug. 14
Join us every Wednesday this Summer for a variety of live band entertainment, vendors and food.
Time/Place: 5-9pm / 24 North Euclid Ave.
Contact: 909-395-2020 /

Movies at Ontario Town Square   Through Aug. 2
Join us every Friday this Summer for a blockbuster movie on the lawn, vendors and food. All are welcome, movies begin at dusk.
Time/Place: 7-10pm / 224 North Euclid Ave.
Contact: 909-395-2020 /

Fontana Days Festival   May 30-June 2
Let the weekend fun start early with carnival rides, vendors, and live entertainment.
Time/Place: See website for schedule. / Veterans Park
Contact: 909-208-8786 /

Corona Antiques and Collectibles Faire   June 1
Over the last seventeen years, the Antiques & Collectibles Faire has grown to become the parks most successful event, quickly selling out vendor spaces and packing-in the public to capacity.  It has been one of the most well-received gatherings in the community.
Time/Place: 8am-3pm / Corona Heritage Park
Contact: 951-302-0080 /

Coronas Drive 4 Life   June 1
The Drive 4 Life program was designed by the Corona Police Departments Traffic Collision Response Team to educate young drivers on the causes and prevention of traffic collisions. This life changing program brings traffic safety awareness to teen drivers through interactive lecture, guest speakers, and multi-media presentations.
Time/Place: 9:30am-2:30pm / Corona Police Department
Contact: 951-736-2355 /

Steve McQueen Car and Motorcycle Show   June 1
A gathering and commemorative dinner to raise funds for Boys Republic, a private, non-profit, nonsectarian community for at-risk boys and girls ages 13-17. Every year, there is a commemorative dinner in conjunction with the Saturday car show. The day will include food, auctions, raffles and tram tours of the Boys Republic.
Time/Place: 8am-3pm / Boys Republic Campus, Chino Hills
Contact: 909-628-1217 /

National Trails Day   June 1
Come take a hike with us at the Grand Avenue Park Trailhead and learn about our Citys 48 miles of trails and 3,000 acres of open space. Guided Hikes, Kids Crafts, Door Prizes and Educational Booths.
Time/Place: 8:30-10:30am / 1301 Grand Avenue
Contact: 909-364-2700 /

Herb Alpert & Lani Hall   June 1
Nine-time Grammy Award winner and legendary jazz trumpeter Herb Alperts extraordinary musicianship has sold over 72 million records. Among his Top 40 singles include This Lonely Bull, Mexican Shuffle, A Taste of Honey, This Guys In Love With You and Rise. Together with his wife, the Grammy award-winning vocalist Lani Hall, theyll perform an eclectic mix of American standards, Brazilian jazz, some Beatles, some classic Tijuana Brass & Brazil 66 songs as well as many surprises.
Time/Place: 8pm / Lewis Family Playhouse, Rancho Cucamonga
Contact: 909-477-2752 /

Family Health and Fitness Day   June 6
Visit a variety of vendors who make your wellness their business, participate in interactive demonstrations, and try to win some fun prizes! The event will feature screenings, local fitness opportunities, samples of healthy food and beverages, and wellness-related resources.
Time/Place: 5-8pm / Circle City Center, Corona
Contact: 951-736-2240 /

Rosa Parks Elementary Schools Annual Art Walk   June 7
During the event, artwork from over 1700 students will be showcased throughout the halls of the school. In addition to the student artwork, the Rosa Parks Photo Club will be exhibiting their photos, the Corona Art Association will be displaying their art and doing art demonstrations, Elementary Art Smarts will be doing art lessons, and Don Kindred will have a quartet from the Corona Symphony Orchestra performing.
Time/Place: 5-8pm / 13830 Whispering Hills Drive, Eastvale
Contact: 951-736-7305 /

Upland High School Fusion Fest   June 7
Come out and celebrate the best of the visual and performing arts in the Upland Unified School District.   This FREE event will also feature food trucks.
Time/Place: 3-6pm / Upland High School Quad

Eastvale Moonlight Cinema   June 8
Join JCSD in a night of family fun watching some of your favorite movies under the starts. Tonights movie is Trolls.
Time/Place: Dusk / Orchard Park
Contact: 951-685-7434 /

Upland Animal Services Life Support & Pet Adoption Faire   June 8
Join Us Today To Find Your Fur-Ever Friend! Hosted by Friends of Upland Animal Shelter. Pet adoptions, food & boutique vendors, raffle prizes, silent auction, shelter tours.
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / 1275 San Bernardino Road, Upland

House of Ruths A Moveable Feast   June 8
Starts with a Cocktail Reception from 6-7:30pm at the Garner House in Memorial Park. From there, the Feast will move on to dinner parties in the community.
Time/Place: 6pm / Claremont
Contact: 909-868-8027 /

Corona Rotary Clubs All-You-Can-Eat LobsterFest   June 8
Enjoy all you can eat Maine lobster and steak for $85 per person. There will be live music as well as live and silent auctions throughout the evening.
Time/Place: 5-10pm / South Lawn of Corona City Hall

Rancho Cucamonga Community Yard Sale   June 8 & 22
$10 booth rents. Food, clothing, and products are welcome.
Time/Place: 7am-1pm / Northtown Community Center


Chino Movies in the Park   June 13-Aug. 8
Every Thursday except July 4. Bring your lawn chair, kick up your feet, and relax while enjoying a FREE movie. Snacks will be available for purchase. Proceeds benefit the Chino Hills Volunteen program.
Time/Place: 8pm / Chino Hills Community Center


All American Bingo & BBQ   June 14
Enjoy an afternoon of exciting American Bingo followed by a delicious BBQ dinner. There will be lots of fun and door prizes too. Tickets are $20.00 per person advance purchase or $25.00 at the door.
Time/Place: 1:15-5pm / Chino Senior Center


Chino Youth Museums Spring Bingo Bash   June 14
Tickets includes ten games of bingo and dinner. Additional refreshments can be purchased for just $1. Raffle tickets and 50/50 drawing tickets are also available for an additional fee.
Time/Place: 5:30pm / Chaffey College Chino Community Center
Contact: 909-334-3270 /

Burt Bacharach   June 14
The Songwriters Hall of Famers credits include 48 Top 10 hits and nine #1 songs: Rain Drops Keep Fallin On My Head, Thats What Friends Are For,  Alfie, Arthurs Theme, Close To You, I Say A Little Prayer,  Ill Never Fall In Love Again, This Guys In Love With You, Walk On By, What The World Needs Now Is Love, & Wishin And Hopin.
Time/Place: 8pm / Lewis Family Playhouse, Rancho Cucamonga
Contact: 909-477-2752 /

Chino Summer Nights Movies   June 14-July 26
Enjoy a family night out every Friday with free movies (rated PG or PG-13) beginning at dusk, family-fun activities. Dont forget, bring a blanket or lawn chair.
Time/Place: 6:30pm / Chino City Hall Lawn
Contact: 909-334-3258 /

IVRS Chili Cook-Off   June 15
Proceeds benefit Inland Valley Recovery Services programs – healing individuals, family, and the community since 1962.
Time/Place: Upland Civic Center
Contact: 909-932-1069 /

Fourth District Free Shredding Event   June 15
San Bernardino County Supervisor Curt Hagman in partnership with Ontario Police Department will be hosting a Free Shredding Event at in honor of National Safety Month to help protect you against identity theft.
Time/Place: 9am-12pm / Ontario Police Department Parking
Contact: 909-465-5265 /

City of Chino Blood Drive   June 18
Fearless Fighters Blood Drive Challenge. The public is welcome to support the Blood Drive Challenge in which first responders compete for bragging rights for the most blood donations. Donors will receive a limited edition, Fearless Fighters t-shirt while supplies last.
Time/Place: 1-6pm / Government Center parking lot
Contact: 800-879-4484 /

Chino Hills Concerts in the Park   June 19-Aug. 7
Every Wednesday. Each concert is FREE! Bring your lawn chairs and blankets! Refreshment concession stands will be available onsite. The Citys Independence Celebration (and concert) will be held on Wednesday, July 3 from 5-9pm.
Time/Place: 7-8:30pm / Veterans Park, 14877 Eucalyptus Avenue
Contact: 909-364-2700 /

A Night at Lunas   June 24
A Night at Lunas dinner fundraiser. All proceeds benefit the YMCA. tickets are $45.00 each.
Time/Place: 6-9pm / Luna Modern Mexican Kitchen, Corona
Contact: 951-736-9622 /

Chino State of the City   June 26
Forward Thinking, Rooted in Community, by Mayor Ulloa.
Time/Place: 11am-1:30pm / Chaffey College Community Center
Contact: 909-627-6177 /

Art Uncorked   June 27
Music, Art, Food, Wine, and Spirits & Beer Tasting. Local artists and vendors will display their work for sale. There will be entertainment, silent auction and raffle basket opportunities. Proceeds from this fundraising event provide Chino Unified School District students scholarship opportunities to pursue their passion in the Arts: music, dance, art and theater. 5:30-
Time/Place: 8:30pm / Chino Fairgrounds
Contact: 909-458-0359 /

Chino Fireworks Spectacular   June 28-29
Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, picnics, and family games and spend the day with us. Friday Night Carnival: Food Court, Carnival Rides and Games.
Time/Place: Fri 4-10pm, Sat 1-10pm / Ruben S Ayala Park
Contact: 909-334-3258 /

65th Street Live Concerts   June 28-Aug. 16
Popular tribute bands have attracted people of all ages to kick back and enjoy the music or hit the dance floor and show off their moves. Bring chairs, blankets, picnic baskets and of course family and friends!
Time/Place: 7:30-9pm / Harada Heritage Park, Eastvale


Eastvale Picnic in the Park   June 30
There will be three days of fun; including carnival rides, game booths, food and craft vendors, live concerts and a spectacular fireworks display. For the adults, there will be a beer garden.
Time/Place: Eastvale Community Park

Contact: 951-727-3524 /

Chino Hills Independence Celebration   July 3
Enjoy a musical performance by DSB, a Journey Tribute band, and interactive game booths. There will also be contests, festive crafts for kids, balloon artist, strolling entertainment, and giveaways.
Time/Place: 5-9pm / Veterans Park

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