Redlands High School Food Truck Fundraiser

Food Truck Fundraiser Join Redlands High School on Saturday, September 29th, 2012 for their Food Truck Fundraiser! IE Gourmet Food Trucks with be there featuring 11 Amazing Gourmet Food Trucks, Vendor Booths, Raffle Prizes, Music, & More! WTF Dos Chinos Tornado Potato Cousins Maine Lobster Pearsons Catfish Bacon Mania Los Lobos The Lime Truck Chunk N Chip Maui Dave’s Hawaiian Shave Ice Cupcake Place Admission is only $5.00 per person (children 4 and under are free!)... Read More

Phil Joel In Concert At The River

On Saturday, October 13, acclaimed contemporary Christian music artist, Phil Joel, will be performing an acoustical concert at 7 pm, along with opening act The Jeff Mercer | Band. He will also be sharing about the ministry “deliberatepeople“, which will challenge those who are reading through the bible. There will be a free will donation. Please invite friends and neighbors. For more information, call The River Christian Reformed Church office (909).798.2221  Read More

Art for Heaven’s Sake 2012

Art, for Heaven’s Sake! is a three day annual art festival held on the beautiful grounds and gardens of the Redlands United Church of Christ. This premiere art festival of the Inland Empire features 60 plus artists representing a wide variety of media, including acrylics, photography, watercolor, oils, stained glass, jewelry, pottery, and metal sculpture. The Redlands United Church of Christ holds this event to support the arts and the community. The art festival committee selects... Read More

Finding ET: The Search for Life in the Universe at County Museum

People love ETs. In stories and movies, aliens from other places in the universe are more popular than dinosaurs. The real situation is rather different, as Jere Lipps will discuss in a guest lecture at the San Bernardino County Museum on Wednesday evening, September 26. The lecture, “Finding ET: The Search for Life in the Universe,” is offered free to the public and starts at 7:30 p.m. “Life may exist or have existed on Mars or on the icy moons of the outer planets, particularly... Read More

ArtFest Workshops at The San Bernardino County Museum

The San Bernardino County Museum will hold ArtFest art making workshops with a Dia de Los Muertos theme on Saturday, September 22, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The focus of the workshops will be comic book and graphic novel creation and watercolor techniques. The workshops are free with paid museum admission. Activities are sponsored by The James Irvine Foundation as a part of the museum’s ArtMuse grant initiative. Artist and photographer Terry Long will conduct informal drop-in... Read More

Moon Party at the County Museum

Members of the San Bernardino Valley Amateur Astronomers will set up their telescopes for a Moon Party at the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands on Saturday evening, September 22, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Club members will bring several sizes and types of telescopes, ranging from refractors to reflectors to ‘compound’ optics, to share close-up views of the night sky. This event, suitable for all ages, is free to the public. “We’ll be observing the first-quarter moon,”... Read More

You’re invited to celebrate the 225 Anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution

Friends, Brethren, Countrymen…You’re invited to celebrate the 225 Anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution. This second annual Redlands Constitution Day Celebration event will take place in front of the Lincoln Memorial Shrine from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 22, 2012. This fun, free, educational event was created for kids of all ages, even those that are just kids at heart. Bring a couple of lawn chairs and a blanket and make a day of it. Several... Read More

Between the Tides: The Legacy of Pioneering Marine Ecologist Ed Ricketts

Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winning author John Steinbeck turned his friend Ed Ricketts into the colorful “Doc” character in his classic novel Cannery Row, but it’s the real Ed Ricketts (1897 – 1948) whose spirit permeates this remarkable new work by award winning Redlands filmmaker Peter Coonradt. Ricketts was a founder of modern environmentalism and a pioneer of ecology as a scientific discipline.  His book Between Pacific Tides remains the primary reference on west... Read More

9th Annual Family Day at the Library

Join the A. K. Smiley Public Library for their 9th Annual Family Day. A special day set aside for families with children in grades K-5th. Literature based activities in and around the library grounds, including reading aloud; crafts; and an author presentation by Sharon Lovejoy. Visit the library’s website for more details.  Read More

Author Joan Hedges McCall to Discuss Book ‘Redlands Remembered’

Join author Joan Hedges McCall at the A. K. Smiley Public Library Tuesday, Sept. 18, as she discusses her new book, “Redlands Remembered: Stories from the Jewel of the Inland Empire.” By 1889, the newly established town of Redlands at the southern base of the San Bernardino Range offered mild winters and spectacular views of the nearby mountains. The sunny, dry climate enticed eastern industrialists, and Redlands became a place of annual escape, a millionaire mecca by the... Read More