Corona California Events

Autumn is in full swing and although the world is not back to normal yet, we still have a few tasks for you. The Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade have been a tradition for nearly 100 years, but this year they are becoming virtual. Not only will it happen online for the entire month of October, it will also host a Drive-Thru Parade at the Anaheim Convention Center on October 31.

The procession will end at the Beaumont Civic Center, where there will be music performances and an arts and crafts market. At the end of the parade there are other festivities, including a Santa Claus meeting and meeting. The event includes a variety of activities for children, such as face painting, crafts and games, but also drawing competitions for children.

On Saturday, December 2, the Santa Claus Parade will take place in Beaumont from 11.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. M. at the town center in the parking lot.

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The property is a popular place for birthday parties, so you should check in advance to make sure the property is open for the visit. If you come on a warm day, make use of the paddling pool and enjoy the water slide, water slides and other fun activities for children. Whether you are playing golf with your family or interested in learning about the sport, spend some time at Eagle Glen Golf Club during your visit. While in the library, the Corona History Center is a great place for families to learn about Corona's history in a fun and educational way.

Stalls and hosts are filled with food and drink vendors, as well as local artisans, artists, musicians and more.

Participants are asked to bring non-perishable food in exchange for a donation to the Redlands Family Service Association. You can get involved by running, cycling or supporting the First Team agents who participate, run virtually and volunteer to serve coffee to veterans on the day of events.

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Riverside County will hold a farmers market at 10 and 10 Lemon Streets from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 11. Residents can enjoy the farmers market in the city centre from 9 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm and Wednesday and Thursday from 5 pm to 8 pm.

Hundreds of costumed attendees will be offering a variety of other activities, including traditional grub and ale. Guests can also enjoy live music, food trucks, live entertainment and more at the event.

See a boat made of holiday decorations and lights as it sails across the water in the Lake Perris State Recreation Area. See millions of lights in a variety of colors, from red, white and blue to orange, green and yellow, and see everything in action as the boat makes its way around the lake. Enjoy an evening of holiday fun, including live music, food trucks, live entertainment and more at the event.

The Redlands Christmas Parade is hosted by the Kiwanis Club and runs through downtown. The parade passes through the old town of Temecula and features decorated floats, music, food trucks, live entertainment and more. As the Redland Christmas Parade meandered through downtown, more than 1,000 decorated floats from across Southern California were there. On this website you will find a list of the available festivities, including a band to enjoy and a photo booth.

The Redland Christmas Parade runs through the city of Redlands and the surrounding area on several streets, including Main Street, Main Avenue, South Street and South Avenue in the city center.

There are many open spaces and great places to play games like Tag, Fang and Frisbee, as well as many playgrounds.

This amazing landscape includes a variety of parks, parks and trails, as well as a wide range of outdoor activities and options, which offer a great mix of leisure activities for children and adults. During this annual holiday event, guests can sip hot cocoa, take part in a scavenger hunt and meet Santa Claus. The holiday fun includes the lighting of Gediman Square, a festive parade in the park and much more.

The perfect place to get into the Halloween spirit is San Fernando Valley Drive, where festive double features are played throughout the month. It's not just a ride - pure, it's also the perfect place for a Halloween party with live music, costume contests and more.

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