You don’t have to go far to find holiday-oriented stuff to do at home in the Inland Empire. Let’s go over a few things that are local and are free. Jump ahead to see the list.
It’s back again in its twentieth year in downtown Riverside. It’s the annual Ghost Walk where stories of Riverside’s folklore are told while you stroll downtown’s oldest and most historic buildings, you know, the ones with the ghosts. Plus, the whole downtown area transforms in to a Halloween festival. It’s this weekend so read ahead for details and ticket information.
…well then you need to get to Farrell’s in Rancho Cucamonga ASAP! Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour and Restaurant is opening a store in Rancho Cucamonga and they need 200 employees. Read more for the details.
Plenty! You just have to decide what to do. The weather is going to be perfect. Saturday and Sunday will be clear and sunny with highs in the mid 80′s. Of the choices I am going to give you, all of them will take you outside in to our picture perfect weekend. So jump ahead and see what events are taking place in the Inland Empire.
Way to go Hangar 24 Brewery! Earlier today, Monday, a small plane crashed just outside of Redlands Airport (where the Hangar 24 microbrewery is located), and some of the guys that work there came running out just in time to drag the pilot out of the plane before it caught on fire and burned to a crisp. Saved the guy’s life!
Yes, you can visit a live shark encounter aquarium during this signature event in Pomona. Okay, Pomona is not technically the I.E. but it’s just a stone’s throw from our border and hey, Pomona definitely feels like the Inland Empire, don’t you think? For this shark exhibit, KCAL has your free tickets so jump ahead and check out the details.
If you’re like me and enjoy hanging outside in the middle of the night to catch a good meteor shower, you’ve gotta love this shot of a “shooting star” taken from above by Astronaut Ron Garan aboard the International Space Station a couple of nights ago…
Local high school student Demetri Uribe died from injuries after he was hit by a train in Victorville. Now his family needs financial help in laying him to rest. Jump ahead and get the info.
Summer isn’t officially over until September 23rd but for thousands of Inland Empire kids, summer is over today. If your kids are back in school today does that make you a happy parent? More after the jump.
Daryl is going to love this place! Come to think of it, every one of us will enjoy this new winery in the Inland Empire. When you think of local wineries you think of Temecula, right? Not this one. The State Street Winery in Redlands has just opened and will have their official grand opening on July 29th. So are there vineyards hiding somewhere in Redlands to supply a winery in the city? And how can you make your own wine? Read more and find out.