Community Calendar

Monday Jan 7 thru Saturday Mar 2, 2019

VALLEY-WIDE YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL SIGNUPS
Valley-Wide Sports Center, 901 W Esplanade Ave
Signups are underway for youth baseball and softball. Leagues are open to children 5 to 14 years old, games played in Hemet and San Jacinto from April until June. Opening Day Saturday, April 6, at Diamond Valley Lake Community Park.
Baseball – Six divisions for children based on their age. Birth certificates are required for registration. For younger children (ages 5 thru 8) the fee is $55, which includes a cap, team T-shirt and trophy. The registration deadline is March 2. For older divisions (ages 9 thru 14) the fee is $75 which includes a uniform and award. The registration deadline is Feb. 25. 
Girls Softball – There are five divisions for girls based on their age. Birth certificates are required for registration. For age groups 5-6 and 7-8, the fee is $55, which includes a team T-shirt and trophy. The registration deadline is March 2. For age groups 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14, the fee is $75 which includes a uniform and award. The registration deadline is Feb. 21. There also is a need for coaches and team sponsors. (951) 487-9234.

Monday Jan 7 thru Friday Jan 25, 2019

ART FOR YOUTH COMPETITION
locations and hours vary
Free. The Third Annual Art for Youth Competition will display student artwork in businesses throughout the valley. Sponsored by the Diamond Valley Arts Council. (951) 201-9817. [website]

Friday January 11, 2019

MUSIC AT THE CENTER: THE CRAIG YANCEY QUARTET
7:00 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St
$20 general admission, $15 members, $10 students. The Craig Yancey Quartet performs. www.theDVAC.org (951) 652-3822.

Saturday January 12, 2019

GET YOUR COMICS ON
10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Hemet Public Library, 300 E Latham Ave
The Hemet Public Library will host it’s second annual comic convention….entrance is free with your library card . First 100 participants receive a free comic book. Enjoy costume contests, vendors, artists alley, children’s games, ..fun for the whole family. (951) 765-2440.

DECIDUOUS FRUIT TREE PRUNING (does not include citrus trees)
1:00 pm, Cagliero Ranch Nursery, 2700 W Devonshire Ave
Free. (weather permitting). Demonstration on proper pruning by the nursery’s professional staff. Winter is the season to prepare your trees for next year’s growth. No reservation needed. (951) 766-7755. [website]

TRIBUTE MANIA: BRUNO MARS
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. BRUNO and the HOOLIGANS features a high stepping male vocalist and band of exceptional musicians, who together provide an exciting mix of the Funk and R&B sound of Bruno Mars. No other tribute band can replicate this complex music with this level of accuracy! (951) 658-5950. [website] [eventpage]

PRO WRESTLING EVENT
8:30 pm, Our Lady of the Valley Parish Hall, 780 S State St
$15 adult, $10 military/1st responders, senior, & students, free for kids 3 & under. Empire Wrestling Federation (EWF) pro wrestling fundraiser event with proceeds going to support St. Hyacinth Academy Pre-school to 8th grade. (909) 886-5201.  http://empirewrestlingfederation.com/

Sunday January 13, 2019

ROSE PRUNING DEMONSTRATION
1:00 pm, Cagliero Ranch Nursery, 2700 W Devonshire Ave
Free. (weather permitting). Demonstration on proper pruning by the nursery’s professional staff. Winter is the season to prepare your trees for next year’s growth. No reservation needed. (951) 766-7755. [website]

CRISTINA MONTES MATEO
2:00 pm, Crossroads Baptist Church, 433 S San Jacinto St
$30 general admission, Age 22 & under free. A vivacious performer of classical pedal harp music, her program will feature music from France and Spain. She will be joined by a flutist for several numbers. A winner of last year’s Beverly Hills Auditions, she has been commended by Placido Domingo himself! Doors open 1:30 pm. Sponsored by the Hemet Community Concert Association. (951) 658-7319. [website]

Tuesday January 15, 2019

COMMUNITY CPR
10:00 am, Inter-Valley Vitality Center, 214 E Stetson Ave
Free. Learn an easier way to perform CPR in the community. Hands only CPR can be done by anyone. Don’t miss this informative and instructional class from the experts at American Medical Response, your local ambulance company! (No cost and no certificate but lots of information!) RSVP required as space is limited. (800) 866-4471. [website]

Thursday January 17, 2019

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS
10:00 am, Inter-Valley Vitality Center, 214 E Stetson Ave
Free. Communicating effectively with anyone can be difficult and especially with one that has dementia. Join an Alzheimer’s representative who will show how to decode verbal and non-verbal messages and learn strategies that will help you connect and communicate at each stage of the disease. RSVP required as space is limited. (800) 866-4471. [website]

Friday January 18, 2019

THE RAMONA PRESIDENT’S GALA
6:00 pm, Soboba Country Club, 1020 Soboba Rd
$55 per person. President Stacey Bailey and the Board of Directors of the Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre invite you to the Ramona President’s Gala. Dinner and introduction of the cast of the 96th season of Ramona. Cocktail attire. Seating is limited, RSVP by January 14th. (951) 658-3111. [flyer]

Saturday January 19, 2019

COMMUNITY PANTRY CELEBRATION
11:00 am – 1:30 pm, Community Pantry, 191 S Columbia St
Free. Come celebrate the 1 year anniversary of the Pantry’s new location. Festivities will include facility tours, jumper for kids, refreshments and donation opportunities. (951) 816-5443.

THE WACKO SHOW
2:00 pm, Hemet Public Library, 300 E Latham Ave
Free. The WACKO SHOW is a hilarious magic show for the whole family. (951) 765-2440.

Wednesday January 23, 2019

MASTER GARDENER: PLANS FOR A SPRING GARDEN & BULB CARE
10:00 am, Inter-Valley Vitality Center, 214 E Stetson Ave
Free. Martha from the Riverside Master Gardeners Association will discuss on how easy it is to have a beautiful spring garden to enjoy. She will also cover the basics of bulb planting and care. RSVP required as space is limited. (800) 866-4471. [website]

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TASTE OF THE VALLEY
4:30 pm – 7:00 pm, Simpson Center, 305 E Devonshire Ave
Free admission. Annual event sponsored by the Hemet San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce. Vendor booths from local businesses with food tastings, product demonstrations, samples, info and more. (951) 658-3211

Thursday January 24, 2019

COLLIN KARTCHNER
6:30 pm, Hemet Public Library, 300 E Latham Ave
Free. Internet Crusader and Youth Advocate Collin Kartchner speaks on the harmful effects of social media and excessive screen time. Sponsored by www.SaveTheKids.us. Event is appropriate for parents and youth age 10 and over. Seating is limited.

Friday January 25, 2019

EATING FOR ONE (OR TWO)
10:00 am, Inter-Valley Vitality Center, 214 E Stetson Ave
Free. Do you frequently eat out because you find it difficult, or not worth it, to cook for only one or two people? Join a Cal Poly Dietitian Intern as she shows how to save money and time by learning simple tips to shop and cook a weeks-worth of small healthier meals you can enjoy! Recipes available. RSVP required as space is limited. (800) 866-4471. [website]

Friday Jan 25 thru Sunday Feb 3, 2019

INHERIT THE WIND
Fridays & 1st Saturday 7:30 pm, Sundays & 2nd Saturday 2:30 pm
Ramona Hillside Playhouse, 27402 Ramona Bowl Rd
$15 reserved seating, $10 opening night. First Saturday is a fundraiser for a local charity. Inherit the Wind is a fictional version of the 1925 Scopes Trial. Scopes was convicted for teaching evolution to a high school class. In Tennessee, state law prohibited teaching evolution. The play is meant to criticize the anti-Communist investigations that took place in the U.S. The authors used the Scope’s trial as a platform to explore threats to learning and intellectual freedom. One of the most outstanding dramas of our time. (951) 658-5300.[website]

Saturday Jan 26 thru Saturday Feb 2, 2019

ART FOR YOUTH COMPETITION SHOW
11:00 am – 5:00 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St
Art produced by talented young artists representing six local high schools. Watch for details. (951) 652-3822.

Saturday January 26, 2019

TEXAS BBQ CELEBRATION DINNER 
6:00 pm, Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints, 425 N Kirby Ave
$20 per person. Festivities to include Catered BBQ dinner, entertainment, recognition ceremony, silent auction. (951) 766-7476. [flyer]

CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
7:00 am, Golden Era Golf Course, 19871 Gilman Springs Rd
$55 per person, $200 per foursome. Enjoy a day of golf followed by lunch and raffles to support the Southeast District Leading Knight’s Association! Fee includes 18 holes of golf, cart, lunch and a day of fun! We’ll also have contests including putting, closes to the pin, longest drive, putter throwing and more! Registration opens at 7:00 Contests start at 7:30 and Shotgun start at 9:00. [website]

TRIBUTE MANIA: VAN HALEN
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. Known as “The World’s Most Authentic Tribute to Van Halen”, FAN HALEN sets the stage for a night with Dave, Eddie, Alex and Michael with a true-to-life tribute to not only the band but the spirit of an era! Featured on AXTV’s World Greatest Tribute Bands! (951) 658-5950. [website] [eventpage]

MUSIC AT THE CENTER: COLESLAW
7:00 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St
$20 general admission, $15 members, $10 students. ColeSlaw, the dynamic duo of well-known Inland musicians – Matt Coleman and Chad Villarreal are not afraid to include any genre or style of music, from inspirations as varied as reggae, funk, singer-songwriters and blues just to name a few. They let the music fly. Indeed, it’s a night of Unique Covers and Lively Originalsǃǃǃ  [website]  (951) 652-3822.

Monday January 28, 2019

TASTE OF THE VALLEY
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Golden Village Palms, 3000 W Florida Ave
Free admission. This year Golden Village Palms is holding a separate event, not sponsored by the Chamber. 80 local businesses will provide food tastings, product samples, demonstrations and information. (951) 925-4123.

Tuesday January 29, 2019

RESOURCES FOR OLDER ADULTS
10:00 am, Inter-Valley Vitality Center, 214 E Stetson Ave
Free. There are lots of resources if you know where to look! Jennifer Trebler from Arbor Hospice will inform you on the resources right in our community. A raffle for a fireproof safe for one lucky person and FREE resource packets will be available to all attendees! RSVP required as space is limited. (800) 866-4471. [website]

Saturday February 2, 2019

KIDS ART JAM
10:00 am – 11:30 am, Hemet Valley Art Gallery, 144 N Harvard St
$5 per student. Kids from age 6 to 12 will learn a variety of art techniques and occasionally, a craft project. All materials are provided. Call for more information (951) 306-5411.

SCIENCE SATURDAY: THE SCIENCE OF WATER
10:30 am – 1:00 pm, Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Pkwy
Free. Join us for Science Saturday: The Science of Water! Activities for Science Saturdays are free! There is an additional fee to enter the museum.Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. (951) 791-0033. [website]

Sunday February 3, 2019

NANCY DREW LECTURE
Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St

Watch for details. (951) 652-3822.

Thursday February 7, 2019

MAMMA MIA! SING-ALONG PARTY
2:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$10 general admission. The Hemet Woman’s Club presents a fun-filled afternoon singing and dancing along with the Meryl Streep and the rest of the cast of Mamma Mia! Join us for all the festivities! Tickets available at the Box Office or from a club member. (951) 658-5950.

Friday Feb 8 thru Saturday Feb 9, 2019

VALLEY QUILTERS ANNUAL QUILT SHOW
10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Valley-Wide Sports Center, 901 W Esplanade Ave
$10 per person. The Valley Quilters will display over 100 homemade quilts. (admission is good for both days if you keep your band) (951) 966-8705 or visit www.ValleyQuilters.org.

Saturday February 9, 2019

TRIBUTE MANIA: MARVIN GAYE
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. “Let’s Get It On” is the amazing Tribute to Marvin Gaye starring Grammy Award Winning Singer/Songwriter Jackie’s Boy. Don’t miss this incredible one-of-a-kind performance. (951) 658-5950. [website] [eventpage]

EVA & THE VAGABOND TALES
7:00 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St
$20 general admission, $15 members. Eva and The Vagabonds return to the Diamond Valley Arts Center. songwriter and arranger Eva Mikhailovna, accompanied by a group of musicians. For this concert Eva will be accompanied by long time members Alan Arteaga, Jasmine Capitulo (accordion) and Jacob Pflum (percussion). The band continues building it’s sound from the foundations of old time music and melancholy story-telling. (951) 652-3822.

Sunday February 10, 2019

READING BAND
Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St

Watch for details. (951) 652-3822.

Friday February 15, 2019

FRIDAY NITE LIVE!  THE MUSIC OF THE PLATTERS & ARETHA FRANKLIN
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. The Valley’s own Jerome Robinson brings his 2nd Generation Platters to the Historic Hemet Theatre for a special performance. Guest singer Helena V performs a tribute to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. A very special evening of music for Valentine’s Day. (951) 658-5950. [website] [eventpage]

Saturday February 16, 2019

CHP CAR SEAT SAFETY CHECK CLINIC
10:00 am – 2:00 pm, Burlington Parking Lot, 2171 W Florida Ave
Free. The California Highway Patrol hosts a clinic to inspect car seats and educate parents in the proper installation. If you are concerned whether your child’s car seat meets current safety standards or you are unsure of how to properly install it, stop by for this FREE clinic. Sponsored by the Hemet Woman’s Club.   [flyer]

Sunday February 17, 2019

HEMET HAS TALENT
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$10-$20. Hemet Has Talent is a Talent Show Competition and Fundraiser raising funds for the Valle Vista Park Peacemakers. It is open to all in the Hemet / San Jacinto area who wishes to participate. Contestants will compete for prizes and be crowned “The Most Talented in the Valley.” [tickets]

Saturday February 23, 2019

TRIBUTE MANIA:  THE GLEN CAMPBELL STORY
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. The Glen Campbell Story is a spectacular concert celebrating the life and the music of this legend. Among Campbell‘s top hits are “Gentle on My Mind,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” “Wichita Lineman,” “Dreams of the Everyday Housewife,” “Galveston,” “Rhinestone Cowboy,” and “Southern Nights.” (951) 658-5950. [website] [eventpage]

JIMMY & ENRIQUE
7:00 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St

Watch for details. (951) 652-3822.

Sunday February 24, 2019

DUO TURGEION, 1 PIANO 4 HANDS
2:00 pm, Crossroads Baptist Church, 433 S San Jacinto St
$30 general admission, Age 22 & under free. This husband and wife duo from Canada performed for HCCA in 2012, which inspired many requests for a return visit. First-rate musicians and performers, they will present a varied program sure to please everyone. Doors open 1:30 pm. Sponsored by the Hemet Community Concert Association. [website]

Saturday March 2, 2019

HEMET HARMONIZERS: HARMONY ON PARADE
2:00 pm, MSJC San Jacinto Campus Theatre
$10 adult, $8 student/senior. The Hemet Harmonizers present their spring concert. (951) 487-3790.

17TH ANNUAL DIAMOND VALLEY LAKE MARATHON
8:00 am – 12:00 pm, Diamond Valley Lake, 1801 Angler Ave
$25-$80 per person. Marathon, half marathon, 5k run/walk, 1k run/walk. If you’re looking for a spectacular race, well no need to look any more. There is no other venue that can match the “majestic” nature of the course. Habitatt for Humanity Hemet / San Jacinto Affiliate’s purpose for this event is to raise funds to build homes for low to very low income families in the San Jacinto Valley. [website]

SCIENCE SATURDAY: THE SCIENCE OF SLEUTHING
10:30 am – 1:00 pm, Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Pkwy
Free. Join us for Science Saturday: The Science of Sleuthing! Activities for Science Saturdays are free! There is an additional fee to enter the museum.Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. (951) 791-0033. [website]

Sunday March 3, 2019

BOIELDIEU HARP CONCERTO
3:00 pm, MSJC San Jacinto Campus Theatre
$6 adult, $8 vet/senior, $4 student. The MSJC Orchestra presents a special spring concert. (951) 487-3790.

Saturday March 9, 2019

TRIBUTE MANIA:  THE MUSIC OF JOHN DENVER
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. Back by popular demand, Jim Curry returns to HHT with his incredible salute to the music of John Denver. With stunning vistas projected behind him, each song is a wonderful trip down memory lane. Get your tickets early – this one is sure to sell out! (951) 658-5950. [website] [eventpage]

SANDII CASTLEBERRY & MEN OF PAUSE
7:00 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St

Watch for details. (951) 652-3822.

Friday March 15 thru Sunday March 24, 2019

DEATH BY GOLF
Fridays & 1st Saturday 7:30 pm, Sundays & 2nd Saturday 2:30 pm
Ramona Hillside Playhouse, 27402 Ramona Bowl Rd
$15 reserved seating, $10 opening night. First Saturday is a fundraiser for Assistance League® of Hemacinto. When an escaped convict, an anxious bride, a scheming new husband, and a suspicious attorney all convene at Grandpa’s house–it doesn’t take long for Grandpa to realize he has to reschedule his golf game. This lively combination of uproarious comedy and terrifying murder mystery revolves around the uncanny resemblance between escaped convict Tony and recent bridegroom Prescott (both played by the same actor). Newlywed Ashley’s desperate attempt to figure out who is the real murderer is sometimes helped and sometimes hindered by her golf-fanatic grandfather and a mysterious visiting attorney named Muriel. As the suspense mounts and the violence intensifies, Ashley slips into increasing hysteria, Muriel discovers the murderer’s evil agenda, and Grandpa, drawing upon an unsuspected hidden reserve of inner strength, fine-tunes his stroke. (951) 658-5300.  [website] 
For ticket information for the Assistance League® of Hemacinto performance on Saturday March 16, contact Barbara Carrington at (951) 925-4799. 

Friday March 15, 2019

“THE WEEKEND” 2019 GOLF TOURNAMENT
10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Soboba Country Club, 1020 Soboba Rd
$150 per person. Annual fundraiser for Valley-Wide Recreation. 4-person scramble. Registration includes green fees, 1/2 cart, tee prizes, refreshments on the course and an after-golf buffet. (951) 665-8261. [flyer]

Saturday March 16, 2019

“THE WEEKEND” 2019 DINNER/AUCTION
5:30 pm, Valley-Wide Recreation, 901 W Esplanade Ave
$40 per person. Annual fundraiser for Valley-Wide Recreation. Buffet court, silent auction, live auction and grand prize drawing. (951) 665-9261. [flyer]

Saturday March 23, 2019

TRIBUTE MANIA:  AC/DC
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. Bonfire is a high energy tribute to the music of ACDC from the Bon Scott early years to some of the more current Brian Johnson eras. Featured on AXTV’s The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands, this show is too good to miss! (951) 658-5950.  [website] [eventpage]

Sunday March 24, 2019

CAMARADA
2:00 pm, Crossroads Baptist Church, 433 S San Jacinto St
$30 general admission, Age 22 & under free. This acclaimed chamber music ensemble featuring flute, violin, oboe, bassoon, an piano will present Meet the Americans: works by both classic and contemporary masters, including Chick Corea, Aaron Copland, Libby Larsen, George Gershwin, and Leonard Bernstein. Doors open 1:30 pm. Sponsored by the Hemet Community Concert Association. [website]

Saturday April 6, 2019

SCIENCE SATURDAY: THE SCIENCE OF CREATIVITY
10:30 am – 1:00 pm, Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Pkwy
Free. Join us for Science Saturday: The Science of Creativity! Activities for Science Saturdays are free! There is an additional fee to enter the museum.Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. (951) 791-0033. [website]

TRIBUTE MANIA:  FRANKIE VALLI & THE FOUR SEASONS
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. The music of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons comes to life in this re-creation of a Frankie Valli concert experience. DECEMBER ’63 showcases all your favorite songs from Frankie Valli including the classics that have thrilled audiences for decades and the most popular singles from the musical, The Jersey Boys. (951) 658-5950.  [website] [eventpage]

Sunday April 7, 2019

DIDEROT STRING QUARTET
2:00 pm, Crossroads Baptist Church, 433 S San Jacinto St
$30 general admission, Age 22 & under free. Based in Oberlin, Ohio’s prestigious music school, this award-winning  young quartet brings a fresh approach to both familiar and lesser-known music of the 17th and 18th centuries, superbly and vibrantly played on period instruments.  Doors open 1:30 pm. Sponsored by the Hemet Community Concert Association. [website]

Saturday April 13th, 2019

SOBOBA TRAIL RACE
The Oaks at Soboba, 45750 Castile Canyon Rd, San Jacinto
$30-$60 per person. Chip-timed 5K, 10K and 25K trail races. (951) 260-8293. [website]

Saturday April 27, 2019

SURFIN’ SAFARI VINTAGE TRAILER SHOW
Golden Village RV Park, 3100 W Florida Ave
Free. Get ready to cruise back in time in the 5th Annual Surfin’ USA Pre-1985 Vintage Trailer, Campers & Classic Car Show. Festivities include a Beach Boys tribute band that will have crowds twisting to classic surf jams. We’ll also have celebrity impersonators, vintage vendors, and more. (951) 706-7450.

TRIBUTE MANIA:  THE DOORS
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. HHT hosts top tribute bands in this award-winning venue. By combining vintage instruments with the latest technology, Strange Days offers both an authentic on-stage look and an unmistakable studio album sound. The result is a show that has thrilled audiences around the world. Strange Days captures the magic…the mystery….and the madness of The Doors. (951) 658-5950.  [website] [eventpage]

Saturday May 4, 2019

SCIENCE SATURDAY: THE SCIENCE OF FORCE
10:30 am – 1:00 pm, Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Pkwy
Free. Join us for Science Saturday: The Science of Force! Activities for Science Saturdays are free! There is an additional fee to enter the museum.Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. (951) 791-0033. [website]

Friday May 10 thru Sunday May 27, 2019

BLACK-EYED SUSAN
Fridays & 1st Saturday 7:30 pm, Sundays & 2nd Saturday 2:30 pm
Ramona Hillside Playhouse, 27402 Ramona Bowl Rd
$15 reserved seating, $10 opening night. First Saturday is a fundraiser for Hemet Woman’s Club. Black-Eyed Susan, or All in the Downs is a comic play in three acts by the father of nautical melodrama, Douglas Jerrold. The drama revolves around William, a sailor who returns to England after fighting in the Napoleonic Wars for three years. He finds that his wife, Susan, has fallen on hard times and is being harassed by her cruel landlord and uncle, Doggrass. She is also being pursued by the smuggler Hatchett, who devises a plan to falsely inform Susan that William is dead so that he can make advances upon her himself. Music will be interwoven within the production for this sure to be a crowd pleaser. (951) 658-5300. [website]
For ticket information for the Hemet Woman’s Club performance on Saturday May 18, contact Maria Miller at (951) 315-5524.

Monday May 27, 2019

MEMORIAL DAY 5K, 10, & 1K RUN
Diamond Valley Community Church, 1068 Mayberry Ave
$25-$65 per person. 7th Annual Memorial Day 5K, 10K & Kids 1K Run. Runners and walkers of all experience levels are invited to come out and enjoy the Memorial Day festivities! With a 5K Run/Walk (3.1 miles), 10K Run/Walk (6.2 miles) and a Kid’s Run (1K), there is something for everyone! [website]