Brought to the US by the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, the 11-member Herencia de Timbiqui celebrates the musical traditions of the Pacific coast of Colombia by combining traditional Colombian percussion instruments with energetic vocals, brass, keyboards, and guitar. The Timbiqui region’s musical heritage is a rich fusion of Latin music, rock, jazz, and funk. Their sound is brought to the Bowl stage in a powerful live performance full of energy!
SummerMovies at the San Bernardino County Museum
Event dates: July 1,
July 15, July 29, August 5, August 19
Bring the family,
bring a picnic, bring some lawn chairs—it’s Summer Movies at the San Bernardino
County Museum. Family favorite films will be screened at 7 pm on selected
Fridays in the museum’s courtyard. Sponsored by the Museum Association, Movies
at the Museum are free for Museum members and $5 per person for non-members.
Popcorn is free!
The series kicks off
on July 1 with the PG-rated film, “A Night at the Museum”. The series continues
on July 15 with G-rated “Rio,” August 5 with “Princess Bride,” and August 19
with “Robots,” both rated PG.
TheSan Bernardino County Museum is at 2024 Orange Tree Lane, at the California
Street exit from Interstate 10 in Redlands.
James Garner’s Tribute to Johnny Cash celebrates the life and music of the legendary ‘Man in Black’ with strong conviction and stunning accuracy. Garner and his band faithfully recreate Cash’s biggest hits and present historical accounts and personal anecdotes about America’s most beloved singing storyteller in this not-to-be-missed musical event. The show is a fun, toe-tapping trip down memory lane honoring Johnny Cash’s life and music, and the boom-chicka-boom sound of his longtime backing band, the Tennessee Three.
This is the closest experience to seeing Johnny Cash in person today. Don’t miss it!
Hailing from Chilliwack, BC, and now living in New York City, award winning trumpeter/vocalist/ composer Bria Skonberg is “poised to be one of the most versatile and imposing musicians of her generation.” She has earned a 2013 Jazz Journalists’ Association nomination for “Up and Coming Jazz Artist of The Year” and is included in DOWNBEAT Magazine’s Rising Star Critics’ Poll for 2013.
Concert scenes from Puccini’s beloved opera, Madama Butterfly.
A young, naïve geisha believes her marriage with a visiting American naval officer is loving and permanent. Giving her heart to a man undeserving of her loyalty, the abandoned bride must make a painful decision.
2014 GRAMMY AWARD NOMINEES
There is a new wave coming from Hawaii, a blend of traditional music and the Big Band Swing brought to the Aloha State by U.S. servicemen during World War II. Its leading exponent is Kahulanui, a nine piece band—four horns plus guitar, bass, ukulele, drums sand steel—whose energy and dynamic arrangements have caused a sensation throughout the Islands. Their debut CD, Hula Ku’I, was nominated for a 2014 Grammy Award in the Regional Roots category, and soon Hawaii’s Kings of Swing will be bringing their unique style to audiences across America.
End the 93rd season with the 1812 Overture and fireworks! The concert also includes Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol, Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite, and excerpts from Lalo’s Cello Concerto with cellist Ruslan Biryukov.
A deep pit Bar-B-Que with Beef and Pork, baked beans and coleslaw.
The Rim of the World Community BBQ is the longest running event such as this in the state of California. The proceeds of the event are donated to organizations such as Shriners Hospital for Children, The Scottish Rite Speech and Language Center in San Bernardino, The Masonic Center for Youth and Families, the Knights Templar Eye Foundation and some local charities as well.
The West Valley Search and Rescue Team is seeking volunteers. West Valley Search and Rescue team consists of approximately 30 highly trained volunteers skilled in search and rescue operations including technical rope rescue, alpine travel, search theory, man-tracking, avalanche rescue and wilderness emergency medicine. Our volunteers provide their own personal gear and donate their time to save lives and serve the community. They come from many professions, and include teachers, lawyers, engineers, police officers, fire fighters, and business owners, just to name a few.
Sand Castle Contest - 25 tons of sand is being delivered and separated into 1 ton piles. 25 teams to enter the contest at no cost. First 25 teams can sign up at the North Shore Gate. Bring your skills and tools! There are two age divisions - 5-12 years old and 13 to adult. Contestants will win awesome Lake Gregory recreation passes and other fun outdoor items!
24171 Lake Drive
Crestline, CA 92325
The San Bernardino County Library invites you to join us at the Hesperia Branch Library as we let our constructive imaginations run wild at this Block Party event! Build an amazing experience as you get the chance to meet and greet characters from the Lego Movie! Don’t forget your camera! Show off your creativity as you build a Lego car and race against your fellow building block engineers on a custom racetrack. Plus, enjoy a variety of fun-filled crafts, a balloon artist, and more!
This event is another opportunity to celebrate and support the Countywide Vision’s literacy campaign, Vision2Read. The Block Party event will take place on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Be certain to bring your library card, as every 15 items checked out during the event earns you 10 minutes of playtime in our Jumbo Block Building Room and an opportunity drawing ticket for a chance to win awesome incentives! All activities are free and open to all ages.
Regular City Council meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 5:00p.m. (closed session) and 6:00p.m. (open session) at the City of Redlands, City Council Chambers, 35 Cajon, Ste 2, Redlands and at such other times as special meetings may be called. Should a regularly scheduled Council meeting fall on a holiday, the meeting shall be conducted the next regular business day.
September 11th will mark the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that took the lives of 2,996 Americans. At the County of San Bernardino, we stand together and remember each one of these lives that were tragically lost, and remember our first responders that heroically stepped forward in wake of such a tragedy.
Lytle Creek residents will have the opportunity to talk to County planners about the future of their community from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 12 at the Lytle Creek Community Center, 14082 Center Road. This is the first workshop being held to develop a Foundation Plan for Lytle Creek. The final workshop will be held at the same time and place on Monday, Nov. 7.
Mt. Baldy residents will have the opportunity to talk to County planners about the future of their community from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at the Mt. Baldy Village Church, 6757 Bear Canyon Road. This is the first workshop being held to develop a Foundation Plan for Mt. Baldy. The final workshop will be held at the same time and place on Monday, Nov. 14.
San Antonio Heights residents will have the opportunity to talk to County planners about the future of their community from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 15 at Life Bible Fellowship Church, 2426 Euclid Avenue. This is the first workshop being held to develop a Foundation Plan for the Heights. The final workshop will be held at the same time and place on Thursday, Nov. 10.
San Bernardino County is hosting the 17th annual Sheriffs Rodeo in Devore, from September 16th-18th
Come out for 3 days of fun and excitement for the whole family, as the bull riders, barrel racers, and steer wrestlers awe the crowd with their wondrous feats. The event is one of the biggest PRCA-sanctioned rodeos and allows residents, business owners, government officials and law enforcement to come together and strengthen the community.
For a complete list of locations where tickets for the event can be purchased, and a list of contacts for the event, visit www.sheriffsrodeo.org.
The monthly Coffee with the Council was begun in February 2011 as part of the City’s continuing efforts to increase interaction with residents and promote transparency in City affairs.
The informal meetings are held from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month, rotating among three local restaurants – Olive Avenue Market, 530 W. Olive Ave; Cuca’s Mexican Food, 1752 E. Lugonia Ave.; and Stell Coffee & Tea Company, 1580 Barton Road, Suite A. Council members rotate attendance, with no more than two members at each meeting.
Council members have held the meetings for the past five years as a way for residents to ask questions or share concerns outside the formal setting of a City Council meeting.
For more information please call, (909)798-7533.
On the morning of Saturday September 17th, come join Fourth District Supervisor Curt Hagman and 55th Assembly District Assemblywoman Ling Ling Cheng for “Coffee with Curt”.
Come out from 8am to 10am to speak directly to your representatives about the County of San Bernardino, the city of Chino Hills, or anything else that may interest you within the community. For more information about “Coffee with Curt”, please contact our District Office at (909) 465-5265.
Come join Supervisor Curt Hagman at the James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library for the 2nd Annual New Book Festival.
Last year’s festival brought over 2,000 attendees, and allowed the library to unveil 4,000 new books, and this year the library will allow thousands of new books to be released to the public. The event will also have man free events with fairytale characters, music, balloon artists, airbrush painting, and a dance party with Cat in the Hat. All of these events are free of charge, and will take place from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.
Special booths will be available to sign up new customers for library cards, so bring the whole family for a night of fun!