Community Calendar

Wednesday Feb 28 thru Saturday Apr 28, 2018

FIBER ARTS EXHIBITION
Wed thru Sat, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Gallery, 123 N Harvard St
Free. 3rd annual Fiber Arts Exhibition. Meet & Greet Reception on Sunday March 4, from 3pm to 5pm. Light refreshments will be served.

Friday Apr 13 thru Sunday Apr 22, 2018

KISS ME KATE – MUSICAL
Fri & Sat 7:30 pm, Sun 2:30 pm, MSJC San Jacinto Campus Theater
$12 general admission, $10 senior, $8 student/vet. Passions run high as leading lady Lilli Vanessi and her ex-husband, actor/director Fred Graham, battle on-stage and off in a production of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew. With romance, comedy, sophistication and behind-the-scene hijinks, “Kiss Me Kate” combines the irreverent humor of two brilliant writers – Cole Porter and William Shakespeare. (951)487-3790.

Saturday April 21 thru May 6, 2018

RAMONA
3:30 pm, Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre, 24700 Ramona Bowl Rd
$20-$47 section seating (resident discount available). This year marks the 95th season of “Ramona” – the longest running outdoor play in the country. “Ramona” is a musical love story based on the historic novel of Helen Hunt Jackson. Come enjoy the history, the passion and the pageantry that is “Ramona.” [website] (951) 658-3111.

Saturday April 21, 2018

THE ROAR 5K
9:00 am, Diamond Valley Lake, 2615 Angler Ave
$35 per person. The inaugural The Roar 5K takes place at the beautiful Diamond Valley Lake. Pre-race festivities at 8:00 am. This event supports survivors of sexual abuse and human trafficking by financially providing for them to attend the healing Grief to Grace Retreat. Registration includes T-Shirt, medal, and gifts from various vendors. Sign up as an individual or as a team. Have fun and get some exercise while supporting a great cause! [website]

11th ANNUAL DUCK RACE
10:00 am – 2:00 pm, Little Lake (Thorton Ave & Lake St)
$5 donation per duck. Great family fun at the annual VIP Tots Duck Race. Hundreds of rubber ducks race across the lake to earn prizes. Games, food & fun for everyone! First Place $1000, Second Place $600, Third Place $400 as well as many gift baskets. Proceeds benefit V.I.P. Tots programs serving preschool children with and without special needs and their families. Winners need not be present. (951) 652-7611 [flyer]

Sunday April 22, 2018

UCR CHAMBER SINGERS
2:00 pm, Crossroads Baptist Church, 433 S San Jacinto St, Hemet

$30 per person. Ages 22 and under FREE. Conducted by Dr. Ruth Charloff, this mixed chorus of about 30 members, performs mainly a cappella music spanning six centuries.  Recent eclectic and lively programs have featured composers Fauré, Rachmaninoff, Pärt, Vaughan Williams, Whitacre, Ginastera, Copland, Brahms, Hildegard of Bingen, and many others, as well as madrigals, shape notes songs, carols and spirituals. Presented by the Hemet Community Concert Association.  (951) 658-7319. [website]

Tuesday April 24, 2018

ARMCHAIR TRAVEL TO ISREAL
10:00 am, Inter Valley Vitality Center, 214 E Stetson Ave
Free. Join Marcie Lerner as she takes you on a wonderful tour of this richly historical country. You won’t want to miss this one! RSVP required. (800) 886-4471. [website]

Wednesday April 25, 2018

STUDENT LOAN DEBT RELIEF PRESENTATION
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm, Helen Hunt Jackson School, 26400 Dartmouth St
Free. Looking for information on student loan debt relief? Attend this informative session presented by the Hemet Teachers Association.

Friday April 27, 2018

OSTEOPOROSIS & YOU
10:00 am, Inter Valley Vitality Center, 214 E Stetson Ave
Free. Learn about this silent disease and what you can do to prevent it. If you are already diagnosed, come learn how to treat it. A FREE, no obligation, Bone Density screening is available to attendees. RSVP required. (800) 886-4471. [website]

Saturday April 28, 2018

SAN JACINTO RUN UNITED 5K 
8:00 am, San Jacinto High School, 500 Idyllwild Dr
$40 per person. Annual 5k Race sponsored by the San Jacinto Unified School District & the City of San Jacinto to benefit the San Jacinto Community! Electronic timing, awards by category an age, commemorative shirt, finishers medal, Health & Fitness Expo. Proceeds support the San Jacinto Education Foundation. Registration begins 6:30, Health Expo begins at 7:00 am. Register online at www.racewire.com.

GOLDEN VILLAGE PALMS ANNUAL VINTAGE TRAILER & CAR SHOW
9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Golden Village Palms RV Resort, 3600 W Florida Ave
$5 parking, $10 show entry fee. 4th Annual Vintage Trailer & Car Show. $1,000 prize money awarded! Awards, raffles, vendors, tour the vintage trailers and view the classic cars. A fun event, don’t miss it! (866) 477-6154, Inland Empire Cruisin’ Hotline: (866) 934-4490.

WOMENS RETREAT: STEPPING OUT IN FAITH
9:30 am – 4:00 pm, Salvation Army of Hemet, 340 S Palm Ave
$25 per person. Steppin’ out in faith, Living the life God designed.  A retreat for Women of all ages.  Join us for a time of rest and relaxation as we consider how our Savior directs and delights in our lives.  Hosted by the Hemet Corps Women’s Conference (714) 757-8978.

DAY OF THE YOUNG CHILD RESOURCE FAIR
10:00 am – 2:00 pm, MSJC Campus Quad
Free. A day of family fun and access to important parenting information. Visitors can enjoy more than 50 exciting exhibitors, family activities, entertainment, raffles, petting zoo, face painting, jolly jump and much more! First 5 Riverside will provide the Prenatal to 5 Family Zone, which includes: New Parent Kits, Diaper Derby Races, Instrument Petting Zoo, Early Childhood Resources especially for parents-to-be or parents of toddlers/preschoolers. For info email kday@msjc.edu. [flyer]

INLAND EMPIRE SCIENCE FESTIVAL
10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Pkwy
Ticket included with museum admission ($8 adult, $6.50 senior/student, age 4 and under free. Celebrate Earth Day at the largest natural history museum in Riverside County. We’ll be showcasing science from across Southern California – discover the secret world of insects, learn about the prehistoric creatures that roamed our state during the Ice Age, and meet a scientist! Plus hands-on activities for every age. (951) 791-0033. [flyer]

TRIBUTE TO TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale/$25 day of show. PETTY & THE HEARTSHAKERS pays homage to the beloved band, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Lead vocals, Dan Grennes “not only looks like Tom, but has the same vocal range, is a born southerner, and is able to channel him like no other through his musical experiences and beyond.” Don’t miss this wonderfully nostalgic event! PETTY & THE HEARTSHAKERS is Les Warner (bass), Chris Cicchino (lead guitar), Andy Gerold (drums), Dan Grennes (lead vocals, guitar), Brenda Fitz (keyboards) and Sara D’Arce (background vocals).  [website]

Sunday April 29, 2018

THE VALLEY CAN DANCE: DANCE COMPETITION
2:00 pm, MSJC San Jacinto Campus Theatre
$15 presale, $20 at the door. The Center Against Sexual Assault presents the 2nd Annual Valley Can Dance competition. Local dancers compete for prizes. Register to compete by March 26th, Auditions March 29th. (951) 652-8300.

Wednesday May 2 thru Saturday June 30, 2018

“EN PLEIN AIR” ART EXHIBIT
Wed thru Sun 11 am – 5 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Gallery, 123 N Harvard St
Free. The Diamond Valley Arts Council (The DVAC) is excited to announce its premier “En Plein Air” Arts Exhibit! The theme of this new exhibit is “Our Town”. The theme is meant to encompass all that is in Hemet and in our entire valley. Go to www.thedvac.org to learn more about the “En Plein Air” Arts show. “En Plein Air” is the French expression for any art which is created “in the open air”. Plein Air art is created when the artist leaves the studio and creates original art while being directly involved with nature and the landscape itself. (951) 652-3822.

Thursday May 3 thru Sunday May 6, 2018

MSJC FACULTY DANCE CONCERT
Fri & Sat 7:30 pm, Sun 2:30 pm, MSJC San Jacinto Campus Theatre

$10 general admission, $8 senior/student, $5 vets. The SJC Faculty dance concert will highlight the talents of SJC dance students as they perform original choreographies created by the dance faculty. The choreographic works will range from hip hop to modern dance and will explore traditional, contemporary and experimental expressions of these genres. This evening of dance is sure to inspire and will include a surprise guest artist. Free parking. Box Office (951) 487-3790.

Thursday May 3, 2018

MSJC LECTURE: WHAT WESTERN MEDIA DOESN’T GET ABOUT MUSLIM WOMEN
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Pkwy
$8 adult, $5 student, members free.  MSJC Lecture by Arafiena Bhuiyan, MSJC English Department. What Western Media Doesn’t Get About Muslim Women: Normalizing Representations of Muslim Women through Social Justice and Comics. Western media’s negative portrayal of Islam has had a significant impact on Muslim women. (951) 791-0033.

Friday May 4, 2018

LIVE TO BE 100: MAINTAIN YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH
10:00 am, Inter Valley Vitality Center, 24 E Stetson Ave
Free. Learn the secrets to healthy aging! Do you know which screenings you need and how they are performed? Effective communication with your doctor, medication management and much more are also discussed. Space is limited. RSVP required. (800) 886-4471.

Saturday May 5, 2018

SCIENCE SATURDAY: THE SCIENCE OF BEING A HYDROGEOLOGIST
10:30 am – 1:00 pm, Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Pkwy
Free.  Science Saturdays are free family events held outside on the piazza. Join us for fun hands on activities for kids of all ages! 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.

DIAMOND VALLEY TAMALE FESTIVAL
10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Diamond Valley Sports Park, 1801 Angler Ave
$2 admission. DJ’s playing music, live performances, live bands will be performing, dance troupes performing traditional dances, artists painting live, a kids zone and the Diamond Valley Classic Car & Motorcycle Show. There will also be a beer garden that will house tasty beer and MARGARITAS too!!!! TAMALES, burritos, tacos, wood fire pizza, shaved ice, funnel cakes, DEEP FRIED TWINKIES and much much more! [flyer] [car show]   www.DiamondValleyTamaleFestival.com

ZACH CAPLINGER QUARTET
7:00 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St
$20 general admission, $10 student. Zachary Caplinger is a gifted guitarist who actively performs southern bluegrass music and contemporary jazz throughout southern California. (951) 652-3822.

Wednesday May 9, 2018

WORKSHOPS FOR NONPROFITS: STRATEGIC PLANNING
9:00 am – 12:00 pm, SRCAR conference room, 2335 E Florida Ave
$35 per person, $30 chamber members, $25 CNA members. The second of three workshops sponsored by the Center for Nonprofit Advancement and the Valley Nonprofit Network of the Hemet San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce. Workshops are designed to improve the effectiveness of local nonprofit organizations. In this workshop, attendees with learn how to create a strategic plan. Staff and volunteers at every level can benefit from this valuable information. Please RSVP (951) 658-3211.

Wednesday May 9 thru Wednesday May 30

TAI CHI
Wednesdays 10:00 am, Inter Valley Vitality Center, 24 E Stetson Ave
Free. In four weekly classes Sifu Ford Edwards of The Little Tao Dragon Studio teaches you this slow movement exercise designed to promote balance, strength and tranquility. Tai Chi is great for anyone with arthritis and also reduces stress! For the best benefit you must attend the first class. Space is limited. RSVP required. (800) 886-4471.

Thursday May 10, 2018

MSJC COLLEGE SINGERS AND CHAMBER CHOIR
7:00 pm, MSJC San Jacinto Campus Theatre

Free. Under the direction of Emily Collins, the College Singers will present their Spring Concert with music for the season. Free parking. Box Office (951) 487-3790.

Friday May 11 thru Sunday May 20, 2018

DRINKING HABITS
Fri & Sat 7:30 pm, Sun 2:30 pm, Ramona Hillside Playhouse

$15 reserved seating. $10 opening night. First Saturday is benefit for a local nonprofit. Storyline: Accusations, mistaken identities, and romances run wild in this traditional, laugh-out-loud farce. Two nuns at the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing have been secretly making wine to keep the convent’s doors open, but Paul and Sally, reporters and former fiancées, are hot on their trail. They go undercover as a nun and priest, but their presence, combined with the addition of a new nun, spurs paranoia throughout the convent that spies have been sent from Rome to shut them down. Wine and secrets are inevitably spilled as everyone tries to preserve the convent and reconnect with lost loves. (951) 658-5300.

Friday May 11, 2018

MASTER GARDENER: TOMATOES
1:00 pm, Inter Valley Vitality Center, 24 E Stetson Ave
Free. Back by popular demand! Riverside Master Gardener Thurman discusses the best, easiest way to grow delicious tomatoes for your table! Space is limited. RSVP required. (800) 886-4471.

LUNAFEST
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm, Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N Harvard St
$15 general admission. Annual Film Festival by, for and about women. Sponsored by the Sorpotimist International of San Jacinto – Hemet Valley. Light appetizers, beverages, silent auction and a raffle. Net proceeds will benefit the Scholarship Fund. Tickets available online at Eventbrite.com or directly through Soroptimist members.

Sunday May 13 thru Sunday May 20, 2018

DEAR ELIZABETH
Saturday 7 pm, Sunday 3 pm, First Church of Christ Scientist, Idyllwild
$15 general admission. “I seem to spend my life missing you,” Robert Lowell wrote to Elizabeth Bishop many years after the long friendship between the two began.  Dear Elizabeth offers a  witty, mildly gossipy, and moving revelation of the emotional and working lives of two brilliant poets, a lifelong correspondence between  dearest friends. Presented by the Stratford Players. Visit www.Stratford Players.com.

Saturday May 12, 2018

BANK OF HEMET FREE COMMUNITY SHRED-IT DAY
9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Bank of Hemet, 1600 E Florida Ave
Free. The Bank of Hemet is sponsoring a Free Community Shred-it Day!  Open to Everyone – limit 3 boxes per person.  Examples of items you may bring for on-site shredding include:  Bank Statements, Medical/insurance Forms, tax forms, receipts, and personal files.  Staples and paperclips do not need to be removed.  Paper only, no binders please.  Shredded paper will be recycled.  Protect yourself from ID Theft.  GO GREEN!

RANCHO FAMILY MEDICAL GROUP GRAND OPENING
9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Rancho Family Medical, 3853 W Stetson #200
Free. Come help celebrate the Grand Opening of the Rancho Family Medical Group. Festivities will include facility tours, snacks and drinks, cooking and exercise demos, interactive booths, kid jumpers and games, pickleball demo, raffle prizes and more. [flyer]

CAR SEAT SAFETY CHECK
10 am – 2:00 pm, Burlington parking lot, 2171 W Florida Ave
Free. Special free event sponsored by the California Highway Patrol and the Hemet Woman’s Club. Free inspection of your child’s safety seat and how to properly install it to protect your child.

TRIBUTE TO THE ROLLING STONES
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. The Ultimate Stones have been featured on AXS TV “Worlds Greatest Tribute Bands.“ They are the best and most accurate Rolling Stones tribute band in the world! The Ultimate Stones band recreates The Rolling Stones hits with the look and accuracy of a Rolling Stones live show. A show not to be missed. (951) 658-5950. [webpage]

Friday May 18, 2018

HSJC ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
10:00 am, Country Club at Soboba, 1020 Soboba Dr
$150 per person. The Hemet San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce presents its annual Charity Golf Tournaments. Complimentary food & beverage on the course and
awards banquet and cocktail reception. Tee time 10:00 am. A portion of the proceeds will be contributed to the MSJC Foundation Scholarships. Register today to golf or sponsor one of the most popular  golf tournaments in the San Jacinto Valley. (951) 658-3211. [flyer]

Saturday May 19, 2018

PAWSABILITY 4 VETERANS GOLF FUNDRAISER
7:00 am, Golden Era Golf Course, 19871 Gilman Hot Springs Rd
$50 per person. This is the 1st Annual Golf Event to benefit Pawsability 4 Veterans, an organization that helps our Nation’s Heroes when they come home! One Vet, One Dog, One Family at a time! 100 % of the proceeds, from this event, go directly to assisting Veterans and their families. (562) 719-6826.

MSJC CONCERT BAND
7:00 pm, MSJC San Jacinto Campus Theatre
$6 general admission, $5 senior/vet, $4 student. The band will feature a memorable style of your favorite music for their Spring Concert. Free parking. Box Office (951) 487-3790.

Sunday May 20, 2018

MSJC GOLDEN EAGLES JAZZ ENSEMBLE
2:00 pm, MSJC San Jacinto Campus Theatre

$6 general admission, $5 senior/vet, $4 student. The jazz band will present their end of the season concert with your favorite standards in jazz music. Free parking. Box Office (951) 487-3790.

Wednesday May 23, 2018

HANDS ONLY CPR & FIRST AID
10:00 am, Inter Valley Vitality Center, 24 E Stetson Ave

Free. American Medical Response’s Sara De Lucia is back to demonstrate an easy way you can do CPR and common first aid techniques. You never know when you might need to use this valuable skill to save a life. Space is limited. RSVP required. (800) 886-4471.

Saturday May 26, 2018

TRIBUTE TO LED ZEPPELIN
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. Led Zepagain is the most authentic representation of Led Zeppelin in the world today. Featured on AXS TV’s “The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands,” this tribute is a close to the real thing that you will ever see. Performing for the first time at the Historic Hemet Theatre – Don’t miss it! (951) 658-5950.  [webpage]

Monday May 28, 2018

FLAGS OF FREEDOM DISPLAY
All Day, Gibbel Park (corner or W Florida Ave & Kirby St)
Free. The Exchange Club of Hemet-San Jacinto Valley hosts their annual Flags of Freedom event to honor veterans from all branches of the service. The display contains 1776 American flags

MEMORIAL DAY 5K, 10K, & KIDS 1K RUN
6:00 am, Diamond Valley Community Park, 1801 Angler Ave
$20-$45 per person. 6th Annual  Memorial Day 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!  [listing]

Wednesday May 30, 2018

RESOURCES FOR OLDER ADULTS
10:00 am, Inter Valley Vitality Center, 24 E Stetson Ave

Free. There are lots of resources if you know where to look! Jennifer Trebler from Arbor Hospice reveals resources available in our community. A FREE, no obligation, resource packet is given to all attendees! Space is limited. RSVP required. (800) 886-4471.

Saturday June 9, 2018

TRIBUTE TO THE WHO
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. From the guitar windmills to the microphone swings, WHOsNEXT has every detail of The Who’s dynamic performances After last year’s show, this group has been one of the most requested return engagements. (951) 658-5950.   [webpage]

Monday June 11 thru Friday June 15, 2018

VALLEY HOOPS CAMP
8:30 am – 12:00 pm, Bautista Creek Elementary, 441 N Lake St
$65 per child (grades 1-8). Basketball skills camp by Coach Fontay Mozga and the 2018 State Champion MSJC Basketball Team. Presented by Valley Evangelical Free Church. (951) 927-2182. [flyer]

Monday June 18 thru Thursday June 21, 2018

SYLVAN SUMMER CAMPS
Sylvan Learning Center, 1505 W Florida Ave
$199 per 4-day camp. Summer camps in writing, science, math, study skills and coding. (951) 765-1171
Maker Camp I (grades 1-5): 9:30 am – 11:30 am. kids complete 3 makerspace “missions” to explore cool science concepts
Writing Camp I (grades 1-5):  1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. kids learn strategic and creative writing techniques to boost confidence
Game Design (grades 3-5):  3:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Through animations & video game design, kids explore basic programming

Saturday June 23, 2018

TRIBUTE TO THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. China Grove will take you right back to those sweet summer nights… with music of The Doobie Brothers! The show keeps you “Rockin’ down the highway” with over 40 years of hits that could only come from The Doobie Brothers‘ sound — an infectious combination of rock, country, R&B, jazz, and folk/Americana. (951) 658-5950.  [webpage]

Monday June 25 thru Thursday June 28

SYLVAN SUMMER CAMPS
Sylvan Learning Center, 1505 W Florida Ave
$199 per 4-day camp. Summer camps in writing, science, math, study skills and coding. (951) 765-1171
Maker Camp II (grades 1-5): 9:30 am – 11:30 am. kids explore exciting science concepts through 3 “missions”
Writing Camp II (grades 1-5):  1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. kids learn strategic and creative writing techniques to boost confidence
Creative Coding (grades 3-5):  3:00 pm – 5:00 pm. kids will learn coding skills with creative projects in art, music, and math

LIVE IN CONCERT: TESTAMENT
10:00 pm, Soboba Casino, 23333 Soboba Rd
Call for ticket information. (866) 476-2622.

Saturday July 7, 2018

TRIBUTE TO CHICAGO
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. Kenny Cetera’s Chicago Experience is a group of local Chicago area musicians who share a love for the music of one of the greatest rock n’ roll groups of all time… Chicago. They have perfected a recreation on that classic sound that has thrilled audiences all over the country. (951) 658-5950.  [webpage]

Wednesday July 11, 2018

WORKSHOPS FOR NONPROFITS: GRANT RESEARCH & PROPOSAL WRITING
9:00 am – 12:00 pm, SRCAR conference room, 2335 E Florida Ave
$35 per person, $30 chamber members, $25 CNA members. The first of three workshops sponsored by the Center for Nonprofit Advancement and the Valley Nonprofit Network of the Hemet San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce. Workshops are designed to improve the effectiveness of local nonprofit organizations. In this workshop, attendees with learn how to find grant opportunities and prepare an effective grant proposal. Staff and volunteers at every level can benefit from this valuable information. Please RSVP (951) 658-3211.

Saturday July 14, 2018

TRIBUTE TO THE BEE GEES
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. Recreating the look and sound of the Bee Gees, this #1 tribute band returns to the Historic Hemet Theatre. John Acosta has performed as Barry Gibb all over the world. If you love The Bee Gees, don’t miss this one! Bee Gees Gold is John Acosta (Barry) , Daryl Borges (Robin) , Jeff Celentano (Maurice). (951) 658-5950.  [webpage]

Monday July 16 thru Thursday July 19

SYLVAN SUMMER CAMPS
Sylvan Learning Center, 1505 W Florida Ave
$199 per 4-day camp. Summer camps in writing, science, math, study skills and coding. (951) 765-1171
Super Structures (grades 3-6): 9:30 am – 11:30 pm. kids will build the world’s seven basic bridge types to learn engineering
Math Explorers (grades 3-6):  1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. A fun approach for children to improve understanding of basic multiplication and division facts, while increasing speed and accuracy
Coding Animation (grades 3-8):  3:00 pm – 5:00 pm. kids will explore animation basics with cartoons, games and music videos

Monday July 23 thru Thursday July 26

SYLVAN SUMMER CAMPS
Sylvan Learning Center, 1505 W Florida Ave
$199 per 4-day camp. Summer camps in writing, science, math, study skills and coding. (951) 765-1171
Read Aloud (pre-k thru k): 9:30 am – 11:30 am. A fun approach for your child to build reading skills
Back to School Boot Camp (grades 4-6):  1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Give your child the skills and confidence for success in middle school

Saturday August 4, 2018

TRIBUTE TO THE EAGLES
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. Hemet’s favorite Eagles tribute is back yet again. Desperado recreates a sound so precise to the original… you can close your eyes and reminisce each note of those cherished oldies. Sure to be one of the best concerts of the year! (951) 658-5950. [webpage]

Saturday August 18, 2018

TRIBUTE TO ABBA
7:00 pm, Historic Hemet Theatre, 216 E Florida Ave
$22 presale, $25 day of show. This multimedia production is a tribute to some of the greatest music produced in the 1970’s and 1980’s including monster hits such as Waterloo, Fernando, Honey Honey, Dancing Queen and countless others. From the earliest hits to Mamma Mia, ABBAFAB will take you on an ABBA journey that is unmatched. (951) 658-5950. [webpage]