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Rod Run – Friday Night Cruise & Car Show   Mar. 1-2 
Come visit the Temecula Rod Run for our famous Friday Night Cruise and see hundreds of classic vehicles from all over the country cruise Old Town Front Street. On Saturday, these classic beauties are parked waiting for you to get an up-close and personal look at them.   
Time/Place: Fri 5-8pm, Sat 9am-4pm / Old Town Temecula  
Contact: 951-694-6480 / https://temeculaca.gov

Silent Film Fundraiser   Mar. 2 
The Friends of the Mission Inns annual silent film event raises funds to repair and restore the Mission Inns historic art and artifacts. Your ticket price includes free coffee, tea, and popcorn.  
Time/Place: 12-3pm / Mission Inn Hotel, Riverside  
Contact: 951-781-8241 / www.friendsofthemission.org

Habitat for Humanitys Diamond Valley Lake Marathon   Mar. 2 
100% of the Funds from our Marathon goes to Building More Homes in our San Jacinto Valley for low income Families at 0% interest along with our Sweat Equity Program.  
Contact: www.dvlrun.com

Michelles Place Bowling for a Cause Tournament   Mar. 2 
$40 per person. Cash prizes. Tournament consists of a 3 game handicap 90% of 220. Our mission is to empower individuals and families impacted by cancer through education and support services.  
Time/Place: 5pm / Brunswick Cal Oaks Bowl, Murrieta  
Contact: 951-699-5455 / www.michellesplace.org

Mission Steampunk   Mar. 3 
Signature cocktails, live performers, costumes, live and silent auctions, and more await you in the Mission Inns Atrio, Galleria, and St. Francis Chapel! Benefits the independent nonprofit Mission Inn Foundation and Museum.  
Time/Place: 5:30-9:30pm / Mission Inn Museum, Riverside  
Contact: 951-781-8241 / www.missioninnmuseum.org

SRCAR Texas HoldEm   Mar. 8 
Open to the public. Must be at least 21 years old to attend. $25 buy-in includes $1000 worth of chips.  
Time/Place: 5pm / 26529 Jefferson Ave., Murrieta  
Contact: 951-894-2571 / www.srcar.org

Michelles Place Birthday Time!   Mar. 9 
Enjoy refreshments and help us celebrate Michelle and her vision No One Should Face Cancer Alone and see the progress of the expansion.  
Time/Place: 2-5pm / 41669 Winchester Rd., #101, Temecula  
Contact: 951-699-5455 / www.michellesplace.org

Soroptimist Fashion Show & Luncheon   Mar. 9 
Springtime in the Garden. Tickets include lunch, fashion show, and opportunity drawings for several prizes. Tickets: $35.00 each must be purchased in advance.  
Time/Place: 1-3pm / Discovery Christian Church, Moreno Valley  
Contact: 951-233-7320 / www.simorenovalley.org

Free City Wide Clean-Up   Mar. 9 
This Clean-Up Event is open to City of Lake Elsinore residents.  
Time/Place: 6:30am-12:30pm / Parking Lot C at the Diamond Stadium  
Contact: 800-755-8112 / www.lake-elsinore.org

Making a Difference Military Gala   Mar. 9 
Hosted by The Womans Improvement Club of Corona. Join an evening of delicious appetizers, entertainment, desserts, dancing and raffle prizes while supporting the March Air Reserve Base Home for Homeless Vets and Families. Tickets are $40.00 per person. The premiere raffle prize is a one week stay most anywhere in the world.  
Time/Place: 5-9pm / WICC Clubhouse: 1101 S. Main St.  
Contact: 909-973-0936 / www.coronawomansclub.org

Tour de Murrieta & Kids Bicycle Race    Mar. 9-10 
Saturdays Grand Prix course remain unchanged, which is the one-mile lightning fast course through historic downtown Murrieta. Due to the opening of the new bridge on Guava Street, the Circuit Race course is now a rolling 4-mile course with eight turns. In the races 14-year anniversary, the courses remain downtown, with Saturdays event hosting a festival atmosphere including an exposition area, free energy drinks, music, and the ever so popular kids race. New for this year is the addition of a Womens Category IV-V.  
Contact: www.tourdemurrieta.com

Jazz Festival   Mar. 10 
Join us for a day of jazz with some of the finest musicians in the Inland Empire. Enjoy music in the courtyard from the Elvio Ditta Trio. The incredible outdoor setting with a great selection of food, art and much more.  
Time/Place: 2-4pm / Old Town Temecula Community Theater  
Contact: 866-653-8696 / www.temeculatheater.org


The Links at Summerlys 10 Year Anniversary Golf Tournament   Mar. 10 
$60.00 Per Player. Includes golf, card, lunch and raffle entry. Live music, BBQ and games!  
Time/Place: 8:30am / 29381 Village Parkway, Lake Elsinore  
Contact: 951-674-3900 / www.thelinksatsummerly.com

St. Patrick’s Day Dance   Mar. 15 
St. Patricks Day is the perfect time to put on your leprechaun hat, search for a pot of gold and join others in Irelands most famous celebration. Join us as we celebrate with a wee bit o fun.  
Time/Place: 4-6pm / Bryant Park, Riverside  
Contact: 951-351-6135 / www.rivreg.org

The Weekend Farmer 2019 Farmers Fair Memories   Mar. 15-16 
Friday: Golf tournament, awards banquet dinner and auction at Soboba Springs Golf Course. Saturday: No host bar, buffet court, silent & live auction and grand prize drawing at Valley Wide Recreation.  
Time/Place: Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 5:30-10pm / San Jacinto   
Contact: 951-665-8261 / www.friendsofvalleywide.org

Holi Festival of Colors Riverside   Mar. 16 
Holi is celebrated in India as a spring festival. After the chill of winter, people come outdoors, bury the hatchet, and loosen uno by throwing multi colored powders on each other. The colors represent all the colors of spring, and the diversity among human and animal kind which makes life interesting and profitable. Our east meets west version of this exuberant festival includes yoga, mantra bands, DJs, Hip Hop, Bollywood Dance, vegan food, free hugs, and, of course colors.  
Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Martha McLean Park  
Contact: 801-787-1510 / www.festivalofcolorsusa.com

Lake Norconian 5K Run/Walk   Mar. 16 
We organize this event each year to raise funds for scholarships for Norco High School and John F. Kennedy Middle College students. Hosted by The Norco Kiwanis Club.  
Time/Place: 8-11am / Norco College  
Contact: 951-488-6425 / www.Norco5K.org

100 Mile Club Run 4 Kids   Mar. 16 
100 Mile Club has been the ONE school-based program consistently leading the effort in prevention of childhood inactivity and obesity across the nation. The 100 Mile Club presents students with a straightforward challenge: run, jog, or walk 100 Miles over the course of the school year.  
Time/Place: 8:45am-3pm / Auburndale Intermediate School, Corona  
Contact: 951-340-2290 / www.100mileclub.com

CNUSD Festival of the Arts   Mar. 16 
The high school visual arts competition displayed in The Arts Colony Gallery. Student performances in music, choir, and theatre arts on our main stage. Middle and elementary school visual arts displays. Interactive Booths. Food vendors. Arts and craft vendors. The Corona Heritage museum. Film Festival.  
Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Corona Heritage Park

Contact: www.coronaca.gov

Amazing Outlet Race   Mar. 16 
Live DJ, inflatable obstacle courses, challenges, pot of gold, and raffle prizes! Build a team of family and friends that have the skills to solve clues and see how you measure up to other teams. Does your team have what it takes to win a pot of gold?  
Time/Place: 2pm / Outlets at Lake Elsinore  
Contact: 951-674-3124 x292 / www.lake-elsinore.org

Mommy and Me Tea Party   Mar. 16 
Mother (or mother figure) and child enjoy a lovely afternoon of tea, sandwiches, light refreshments and special moments. All Ages. $10/adult $3/youth ($6 for two or more youth) Payable to the Villegas Park Advisory Committee.  
Time/Place: 12-2pm / Villegas Park, Riverside  
Contact: 951-351-6142 / www.riversideca.gov

Chiefs Breakfast   Mar. 20 
This annual fundraiser promotes and highlights the many youth programs sponsored by the Riverside Police Foundation. Cost: $50 per person or Table of Ten for $400.  
Time/Place: 6:30-9am / Riverside Convention Center  
Contact: 951-826-5235 / www.riversidepolicefoundation.org

Make-A-Wish Swish Madness   Mar. 21 
Watch all of the college basketball games and enjoy food and drinks! Hear from local sport stars and more special guests as they stop by throughout the day! Tickets are $50 and include all-day admission, all-day food and two drinks! Proceeds from this all-day event will benefit Make-A-Wish to help grant wishes for local children battling critical illnesses.  
Time/Place: 11am-9pm / Romanos, Riverside  
Contact: 714-573-9474 / https://aesbid.co/ELP/SWISH

Orange Blossom Invitational  Mar. 22-24 
Riverside Aquettes is proud to host the 22st Annual Orange Blossom Synchronized Invitational at RAC. Goodie bags, athletes and coaches socials, prizes, great competition, and lots more fun!  
Time/Place: 7am-6pm / Riverside Aquatics Complex  
Contact: 951-836-6805 / www.riversideaquaticscomplex.com


Public Safety Expo   Mar. 23 
Moreno Valleys finest police officers and firefighters will give residents an interactive look into how they keep our City safe. Bring the whole family to meet the police officers and firefighters, eat some great food, and enjoy music and giveaways.  
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / Moreno Valley Civic Center  
Contact: 951-413-3000 / www.moval.org

Walk with the Animals   Mar. 23 
1.3 miles walk around Lake Evans benefitting the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center. All registered participants will receive a commemorative Walk for the Animals t-shirt and pancake breakfast!  
Time/Place: 8am-2pm / Fairmount Park, Riverside  
Contact: 951-688-4340 / www.petsadoption.com

Corona Life Services Fundraising Banquet   Mar. 23 
Corona Life Services Invites you to its 21st Annual Fundraising Banquet where they will joyfully raise funds to help reach women and families with the message of LIFE.  
Time/Place: 5-9pm / DoubleTree Hotel, Ontario  
Contact: 951-272-3670 / www.coronalifebanquet.org

Bark in the Park Fund Raiser   Mar. 23 
Bring your family and dog for a day of fun to help raise funds for Live Oak Dog Park. Dog walk, contests, booths, demonstrations, food, crafts, gear, dog training, silent auction, raffle and more!  
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / Live Oak Dog Park, Fallbrook  
Contact: 760-731-1041 / www.liveoakdogpark.org

Music & Arts Cultural Awareness Extravaganza   Mar. 23-24 
In honor of African Americans contribution to American history through MUSIC, and will feature the musical stage play Second Chances. this family friendly production will take the audience on a musical journey through time to experience the early performers of RandB and Jazz. The event will also include vendor booths, silent auction, spoken word, live music, opportunity drawing and door prizes.  
Time/Place: Patriot High School Theatre, Riverside  
Contact: 951-756-9162 / www.anointedvessel.org

Menifee Music & Arts Festival   Mar. 30 
Several sponsorship levels with varying benefits exist for this exciting public event that will feature multiplatinum-selling and two-time Grammy-nominated artists Thompson Square as the headliner.  
Time/Place: 2-10pm / Mt. San Jacinto College Menifee Valley Campus  
Contact: 951-723-3880 / www.cityofmenifee.us

Perris Spring Cleanup   Mar. 30 
Free Trash Disposal & Shredathon.  
Time/Place: 8am-1pm / 1706 Goetz Rd. & 101 N D Street  
Contact: 951-943-6100 / www.cityofperris.org