Eggstravaganza April 9th
Egg hunt, prizes, photos and more. Held at Yucaipa Community Park Held in Yucaipa. For times, ages. See Yucaipa.org
Spring Fling April 16th
Annual Egg Hunt, prizes, music and more. See website for info. Held at Noble Creek Regional Park 1650 W Oak Valley Pkwy. For times, ages see bcvparks.com
Kids Fishing Derby April 2
Bring the kiddos for a fun day of fishing Must Pre-Register. $10 registration fee. Lunch provided after the derby.
Awards will Be given to top 3 in each age division. Bring your own power bait only. 7-8 a.m.
The Amazing Bubbleman March 27th
Yucaipa Performing Arts brings you Louis Pearl who explores the breath-taking dynamics of bubbles, combining comedy and artistry with audience participation and enough spellbinding bubble tricks to keep everyone mesmerized. From square to fog-filled bubbles, giant bubbles, bubble volcanoes, tornados & trampolines to people inside bubbles, the Amazing Bubble Man conjures shrieks of laughter and gasps of amazement from all ages. 12062 Calif. St. Yucaipa, Starts 4 p.m. Get your tickets: https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0B005C347B5A0C4C
Johnny Peers & Muttville April 22nd
A fun comedy show presented by Yucaipa Performing Arts with dozens of dogs. Fun for All ages. Johnny has appeared at Disneyland, Circus, Primetime Live, Circus of the Stars, the White House and more. Show is 7-8 p.m. 12062 Calif.St. Yucaipa. Tickets available at https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0B005C61845B0E6C
Yuciapa Rodeo & Western Days April 1-2
Put on your western duds and come out for some fun at the Yucaipa Rodeo. Events include Bull riding, Bronc riding, Team roping, Calf roping, Barrel Racing, and new this year Breakaway roping! Also Mutton Bustin before the main event!! Western themed merchandise vendors! Delicious food vendors! Parking $10 cash per vehicle. Please carpool as parking is limited. ADA parking available. Get your tickets now before the sell out. Fun for all ages. Friday April 1 – $15 – Gates open at 4pm – Main event at 7pm. Saturday April 2 – $20 – Gates open at 2pm – Main event at 6pm. Children 3 years & under FREE. Get tickets : https://yucaiparodeo.ticketleap.com/yeac/
January 30th 8-10A.M.
The Highland Y Run is a fundraising event for the Highland Y that offers a scenic 5K Run/Walk, 10K Run/Walk, and Family Fun Run in the city of Highland, CA. Starts at 8 A.M..
All net proceeds from the Highland Y Run benefit the YMCA Financial Assistance program. Through our Financial Assistance program, the Y offers scholarships to Highland youth and families who may be unable to afford our programs. Sign up here. https://runsignup.com/Race/CA/Highland/HighlandYRun
Year of the Tiger
Sat., Jan. 29th: 11 am- 8 pm
Sun., January: 30th: 11 am- 7 pm
Families and children Kids can come away with a unique Lunar New Year experience. See Taiko Drummers, Lion & Dragon Dance performances, and Shaolin Kungfu. Plus, traditional Chinese dance, Tang Arts traditional instruments, martial arts demonstrations and more. Come and experience authentic Asian food. Local and regional artisans will be on hand selling traditional and modern goods, including hand cut paper art, handmade jewelry and clothing, terra cotta dolls, Japanese dolls, and hand-written calligraphy from China and Vietnam. Children can experience the fun-zone inflatable rides, including a 40’ obstacle course, 20’ tall rock wall climb, and princess (Disney) jumper among many more. Kids can also experience the Japanese game machine corner and unique prizes you can win. Admission and parking are FREE. For more information, please visit pananaevents.com, Mission Inn Ave (Downtown Riverside): Between Lime and Orange www.pananaevents.com
January 22-23, 2022
Over 100,000 sq.ft. of reptile, amphibians, turtles, supplies, cages, lights, supplements, educational workshops, and more. Reptile Super Show is a fun and educational environment for the reptile enthusiast in your family. We promote conservation through education and captive breeding. If you love reptiles and are age 3 yr + than you will love the Reptile Super Show & Breeders Expo. Don’t miss it… we look forward to seeing you there!!! Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 11am-5pm. $14 Adult/ $9 Kids (12 & under) Parking at Gate 17. Tickets can be purchased at the doors all weekend. Masks required . PLEASE LEAVE YOUR PETS AT HOME! Reptilesupershow.com/los-angeles/
January 23rd, 10-3pm
The trade show for bird lovers! Come and see all kinds of beautiful birds. The practice of keeping birds and the world around it. Encouraging conservation, education, and research on avian behavior. Birds presented at our shows are companion pet birds. Our vendors consist of pet/bird store owners, bird product manufactures, veterinarians, aviculturist and more. Fairplex 1101 W McKinley Ave Pomona. Admission: $10, Kids 6-12: $5 Tickets are available at the door. Learn more at ExoticBirdMart.com
Fun for all ages. Life like dinosaurs, play areas, and more. Open everyday. Mon – Thurs 9-6:30 p.m., Fri.-Sun. 9-8 p.m. Weekends enjoy the Waffelsaurus Truck (1:30-7:30 ) for food, ice cream and treats Admission Adults $13, Kids 3yr-12 $11. 50770 Seminole Dr., Cabazon https://www.cabazondinosaurs.com
March 11 & 12
Learn and refuel in a collegial atmosphere surrounded by educators, librarians, parents, students, authors, illustrators, editors, and those interested in children’s literature. Enjoy a unique combination of full conference and small group sessions. Held at University of Redlands. Questions 909-748-8011 . Register here. sites.redlands.edu/childrens-literature-festival/
Beautiful Trees, fun slides for kids to play pavillon for picnic or parties, dog park, tennis court and a historic school house to tour. Also a beautiful location for family pictures. 11911 Oak Glen Road, Oak Glen.
Museum Open weekends Jan-Sept 12-4p.m.
Park,Tennis Courts & Dog Park, Museum 909-797-1691 for info
Check out our new guidelines and procedures for purchasing tickets and visiting the zoo.
The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens has been diligent in following recommendations from the CDC and public health guidelines issued by state and local authorities. Our indoor spaces have remained closed.
The Living Desert prioritizes the health and safety of the community, staff, and animals. Please review the policies on our health page at livingdesert.org/health for more information on what we are doing to keep the Zoo a safe space for all.
Purchase tickets and learn more at livingdesert.org
Pack a Picnic, fishing, camping, take a family walk along the paved trail along the lake, visit the zoo and more.
Visit the Big Bear Visitor Center (open 10-4 Tues -Sun) or Big Bear Zoo 43285 Goldmine Dr., Big Bear (909) 584-1299 daily 10-4 * call ahead as covid-19 often changes whether or not the zoo can be open. Check out our website for more information and regulations.
Meet the Ice Age giants that lived in your own backyard! Snapshots in Time is a hands-on look at the fossil discoveries made during the excavation of Diamond Valley Lake. Meet “Max” the mastodon, make your own fossil, and come face to face with the natural history of the Inland Empire.
Open 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday through Sunday
2345 Searl Parkway
Hemet, CA 92543
Our building is located on the right hand side.
Closed temporarily, due to Covid 19+
The Kids Directory can be found at community centers, libraries, pediatrician medical and dental offices, OB/GYN offices, Preschool’s & Day Care Centers, Restaurants, Dance, martial arts and Gymnastic Studios, and many more high traffic locations, that families frequent daily.,