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Feb 9, 2017

12 Valentine's Day related activities for a romantic date

Farm is having a St. Valentine’s Day candlelit dinner and dance complete with archery and poetry contests. $160 per couple. 12261 Oak Glen Road, Yucaipa. 909-790-8463; http://rileysfarm.com Ride together: Sunshine and Daydreams offers sweetheart horseback rides with apple cider, chocolates and a bouquet of roses starting at $150 per couple. 4886 California Ave., Norco. 909-645-1270; http://www.sunshineanddaydream.com/sweetheart-rides Dreaming of chocolate: The Boys and Girls Club of Redlands-Riverside is having its 23rd annual Chocolate Fantasy just in time for the big day. The event is set for Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at The Mitten Building, 345 N. 5th St., Redlands. Tickets $90. 888-822-6535; http://www.begreatie.org/chocolate-fantasy Carriage rides: The Temecula Carriage Company offers these rides throughout the year but has special ones set for February. One is a one-hour vineyard ride in the neighboring wineries that starts at $150. 858-205-9161; http://www.temeculacarriageco.com Modest displays: The Banning Museum is having its 12th annual Tea & Tunes luncheon in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Hats and gloves not required but suggested. The program – “Seven Displays of Modesty’’ detailing Victorian lingerie — is set for Feb. 11 from 1-3 p.m., Banning Museum Stagecoach Barn, 401 E. M St., Wilmington. Reservations required. $75. 310-548-7777; http://www.thebanningmuseum.org Tasteful nudes: Watson Adventures is offering a “Naked at the Getty Scavenger Hunt” Feb. 11 (11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.) and Feb. 12 (2 p.m.). Adult guests will be on a quest to find nudity at the Getty Center, 1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles. $24.50, reservations required. $15, parking. www.watsonadventures.com Royal revelry: Treat her like a queen at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournaments in Buena Park. Two times are available on Tuesday – 5 and 7:15 p.m. 7662 Beach Blvd., Buena Park. $61.95 per person. Reservations required. 866-543-9637; http://www.medievaltimes.com It’s always magical: They don’t call Disneyland the Magic Kingdom for nothing. Spend time walking through the park, exploring the rides and then take in the Electrical Light Parade. 1313 Disneyland Drive, Anaheim. $105. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. https://disneyland.disney.go.com ... (Redlands Daily Facts)

May 18, 2016

Redlands: Garden and Floral Arrangers Guild holds Fairy Garden Festival and spring flower show

Redlands won the Guild’s flower show judges’ award win her Mini-Secret Garden. Darlene Clements of Wrightwood and her friend Mary Mook of Yucaipa were among the participants in the fairy garden-making workshop. Volunteers reading fairy tales were Bobbe Monk, retired Our Town editor of the Redlands Daily Facts, and Lyla Schultz, Kay Taylor and Shirley Dayberry of Plymouth Village. In the afternoon, children made hollyhock fairies and Rick Hafermalz supervised a ladybug release. The Garden and Floral Arrangers Guild is a Redlands-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit member of California Garden Clubs Inc., Palms to Pines District, and National Garden Clubs Inc., Pacific Region. For information about Guild programs, workshops or events, call 909-885-7808 or 951-285-8775 or go to www.CaliforniaGardenClubs.com/GardenFloralArrangersGuild or www.facebook.com/GuildOnTheGo. Source: Joyce Dean, a member of the Garden and Floral Arrangers Guild Advertisement ... (Redlands Daily Facts)

May 18, 2016

Redlands: Garden and Floral Arrangers Guild will present 'It's a Small World' flower show May 14

Back in Time Antiques in Redlands. Show schedules are also available at the A.K. Smiley Public Library in Redlands and at Sunshine Growers Nursery in Yucaipa, Cherry Valley Nursery in Cherry Valley, Beaumont Garden Center in Beaumont and at Parkview Nurseries in Riverside. Show schedules are also available at www.CaliforniaGardenClubs.com/GardenFloralArrangersGuild. To make reservations to enter the flower show, call 909-425-1151, 909-885-7808, 909-794-6293 or 951-285-8775. The event also features a “Make Your Own Fairy Garden” workshop at 11:15 a.m. and a “Fairies in the Garden and More” demonstration at 2:15 p.m. Reservations are required for the workshop, at 909-885-7808 or 909-794-6293. Other activities are fairy tale readings at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., a bubble bonanza at 10:30 a.m., making hollyhock fairies at 12:30 p.m. and a ladybug release at 1:15 p.m. Artists and vendors will also be at the event, including Town and Country African Violet Society, Inland Region Iris Society and A Rambling Garden. A silent auction will include some from the collection of floral arranger Milt Gibbs. Tickets are $5 for adults. Children 12 and younger are admitted free when accompanied by adults. Tickets are available in advance at Gerrards Market and Back in Time Antiques in Redlands. Tickets will also be available at the event. The Garden and Floral Arrangers Guild is a Redlands-based 501(c)(3) organization that sponsors, assists with and participates in National Garden Clubs flower shows. The Guild also offers community programs, floral arranging demos, gardening seminars, school workshops and more. The Guild is a member of California Garden Clubs and National Garden Clubs Inc. Advertisement Source: Joyce Dean, a member of the Garden and Floral Arrangers Guild ... (Redlands Daily Facts)

Jan 8, 2016

REDLANDS DAILY FACTS CALENDAR

Barton Road and west of Alabama Street in Redlands. The market features locally grown produce, cut flowers, eggs and bread. Genealogical society: Yucaipa Valley Genealogical Society meets at 1 p.m. the second Saturday of the month at the Yucaipa Branch Library, 12040 Fifth St., Yucaipa. Anyone interested in genealogy research is welcome to attend. Information: www.yvgs.org; Terry Brown, 909-793-1131, tbmk1@verizon.net Support group: Alzheimer’s Affiliated Family Support Group meets at 10 a.m. the second Saturday of every month at the Rose Garden Residential Care, 1350 N. Wabash Ave., Mentone. The group is open to care givers, friends of family members of people suffering from Alzheimer’s, dementia or related disease. Information: Sandy Larson, 909-794-1040 Sunday, Jan. 10 Trinity Episcopal Church: Musica Viva, a vocal and orchestral ensemble directed by Lois Musmann, presents an “Epiphany Repast” concert at 4 ?p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, 419? S. Fourth St., Redlands. A reception will follow the concert. A freewill offering will be taken to support Trinity Episcopal Church’s concert program series. Kimberly Crest: “Winter Wonderland” is the theme of the Second Sunday program 1 to 4 p.m. at Kimberly Crest House & Gardens, 1325 Prospect Drive, Redlands. For information, call 909-792-2111 or go to www.KimberlyCrest.org. Inland Empire Biking Alliance Film Fest canceled: The Inland Empire Biking Alliance Film Fest that was scheduled for 5 p.m. at American Legion Post 106 in Redlands has been canceled. It will be rescheduled for later this year. For information, go to www.iebike.org. Dental clinic: Loma Linda University School of Dentistry holds its 26th annual Clinic With a Heart at the school, 11092 Anderson St., at the end of University Court. The clinic will provide free, limited dental care to the community. Registration begins at 6 a.m. and concludes when all patient care times are filled. A limited number of patients will be seen on a first-come-first-served basis. Procedures provided may be a cleaning, a filling or an extraction. Children younger than 18 will not be treated without an accompanying parent or legal guardian who must remain with the child the entire time care is being provided. For information, call 909-558-4222. LifeHouse Theater: LifeHouse Theater presents “Twelve Angry Jurors” by Reginald Rose at 2:15 p.m. at 1135 N. Church St., Redlands. Performances continue at 7:30 p.m. Fridays, 2:15 and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays and 2:15 p.m. Sundays through Jan. 31. There is one Thursday performance, at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 28. The Jan. 22 performance will feature an inter... (Redlands Daily Facts)

Jan 8, 2016

San Bernardino brothers: Selling homes, chasing dreams, seeing the possibilities

It has some nice areas and some rough areas, like everywhere else." But buyers prefer Rialto and Rancho Cucamonga to the west, Redlands and Yucaipa to the east. In the nearby city of Colton one day, the Ponce brothers meet with Everardo Jimenez, who lost his pressman job of 26 years when the Pennysaver went under. Jimenez, 60, is listing his two-story tract house because he can't find work and can't handle the mortgage. His daughter lives with him, and he wants her to be safe. He thinks the smart move is to buy a mobile home. Where? "Anywhere but San Bernardino," Jimenez says. On another afternoon, a couple walk into the Ponce & Ponce office with their two young children and tell Ricardo they'd like to buy a house in nearby Fontana. Something in the $250,000 range, with a fenced-in yard. "We think we're ready for it," says the wife. But she doesn't have a job, her husband's warehouse work pays just $30,000 a year, and they won't have a down payment until they get tax returns in the spring. She might, however, be able to get her father to co-sign a loan. "Fontana is a very competitive market," says Ricardo, trying to be polite. When they leave, Ricardo tells me they were typical clients. If only people's bank accounts were as big as their dreams. "A lot of these stories that come through here, I can relate to them," says Jose, who has seen people weep when they enter the first home they've ever owned. Ricardo can barely talk about how easy it is to relate. Touring San Bernardino is like looking at negatives of old photographs. Something solid was there once, but only traces and shadows remain. Military, steel and rail jobs disappeared. Today, two of the region's biggest employers, the San Manuel Casino and Patton State Hospital - a fenced corral for the criminally insane - are in the business of false hope and incurable disease. To me, this economic reality says something about a greater economic divide. This year, I've written about someone buying a $35 million house in Beverly Hills to knock it down and build another, and I've written about a shoe repairman living in a van. I've written about someone pumping 1,300 gallons of water an hour in Bel Air, and a woman in South Los Angeles who went more than a year without running water when she fell behind on her utility bill. In San Bernardino, the castles and compounds of casino operators are perched on the foothills above a city in which transients, dealers and prostitutes parade along Baseline Boulevard, and abandoned buildings beg for a date with a wrecking ball. The Ponce brothers sell San Bernardino, so they have to believe in its ability to help people like them close the wealth gap. The brothers' cousin is their receptionist. When it's time to show a house, their mother is their cleanup specialist. Two childhood buddies also work for them. John Abad, their sons' wrestling coach, is one of their clients, and the Ponces think they've found him the perfect house. Abad wants to stop throwing money at a $550-a-month apartment in a rough downtown area and invest in a three-bedroom rancher for around $240,000. He'd take on renters and live in the guest house. Not far from that home, on the north side of town, the Ponces show me a three-bedroom house they bought to rehab. It reeked of rat urine and feces. But now it's beginning to look like a house someone might want to live in. Jose introduces me to the mustachioed construction crew chief, Henry Arriola, 65. "He was our Little League baseball coach," Jose says. Arriola had his own general contracting firm for years, but it folded in 2012. "I used to make $200 a day, and now jobs are hard to come by and nobody wants to pay you," says Arriola. Lately, he's been getting advice from the Ponces about how to break into real... (News & Observer)

Dec 30, 2015

HIGH SCHOOLS: Fall 2015 all-league teams

Sr.; RB Malik Flowers, Miller, Jr.; RB Anthony Sandifer, Redlands, Sr.; WR Brandon Morris, Redlands, Sr.; WR CJ Harris, REV, Sr.; WR Derrick Soffel, Yucaipa, Sr.; TE Austin Williams, Redlands, Sr.; OL Gerardo Flores, Cajon, Sr.; OL Mark Rossi, Citrus Valley, Jr.; OL David Hernandez, Redlands, Sr.; OL Adrian Guzman, Miller, Sr.; OL Erik Esquer, REV, Sr.; OL Frank Lemos, Yucaipa, Jr.; UT Chris Shiley, Citrus Valley, Sr.DefenseDL Mikael Bunse, Cajon, Sr.; DL Freddy Livai, Miller, Sr.; DL Shynol McClain, REV, Sr.; DL Ray Arreola, Yucaipa, Sr.; ILB Cameron Moore, Cajon, Sr.; ILB Lokeni Toailoa, Carter, Sr.; ILB Matteo Biscotti, REV, Sr.; OLB Erick Garcia, Cajon, Sr.; OLB Jaelan Phillips, REV, Jr.; OLB Matt Lee, Yucaipa, Sr.; DB George Hicks, Cajon, Jr.; DB Marcus Strong, Carter, Sr.; DB Dorian Fedrick, Redlands, Sr.; DB Ryan Nieman, REV, Sr.; K/P Jonathan Hilfer, REV, Sr.INLAND VALLEY LEAGUEOffensive MVP: Jamal Scott, RB, Sr., Rancho Verde.Defensive co-MVPs: Tyzjon Calhoun, LB, So., North; James Reeder III, LB, Sr., Rancho Verde.OffenseQB Isaiah Morgan, Arlington, Sr.; QB Alex Lewis, Riverisde Poly, Sr.; QB E.J. Stewart, Rancho Verde, Jr.; RB Asante Coleman, Arlington, Sr.; RB Jamal Scott, Rancho Verde, Sr.; WR Richard Watkins, Arlington, Sr.; WR Joseph Seabrook, North, Sr.; WR Elijah McCullough, North, Jr.; WR Dixon Stith, Poly, Sr.; WR Bryan Thompson, Rancho Verde, Jr.; WR Robert Heierman, Valley View, So.; OL Fa’asolo Vaipulu, Poly, So.; OL Manuel Almendarez, Rancho Verde, Sr.; OL Isikeli Akau, Rancho Verde, Sr.; OL Josh Johnson, Valley View, Sr.DefenseDL Jonis Allen, Poly, Jr.; DL Sydney Robinson, So.; LB Giovanni Ruiz, Arlington, Sr.; LB Alejandro Elias, Arlington, Jr.; LB Brandon Brown, Canyon Springs, Sr.; LB Angel Samuelu, Poly, Sr.; LB William Marshall, Poly, Sr.; LB Lee Anderson, Rancho Verde, Sr.; LB Jason Pickens, Rancho Verde, Sr.; LB DJ-Reed Samuels, Rancho Verde, Sr.; LB Rudy Lovato, Valley View, So.; LB Fitifiti Sataua, Valley View, So.; DB Richard Watkins, Sr.; DB Jordan Ramirez, North, So. K/P Dominic Young, Arlington, Sr.; K/UTL Matthew Hubert, Poly, Sr.RIVER VALLEY LEAGUEOffensive MVP: Freddie Holly, Sr., RB, Norte Vista.Defensive MVP: Devanere Crenshaw, Sr., DB, Norte Vista.OffenseQB John Holder, Patriot, Sr.; QB Roman Aquirre, La Sierra, Jr.; QB Chris Kilgore, Norte Vista, Sr.; RB Cordell Labrie, Hillcrest, So.; RB Demetrick Watts, Hillcrest, Sr.; RB Omari Edwards, Ramona, Sr.; WR Homer Martinez, Hillcrest, Sr.; WR Dominic Dighton, La Sierra, Sr.; WR Andrew Mourning, Ramona, Sr.; TE Kevin Metzenheimer, Moreno Valley, Sr.; OL Juan Carlos Alvarez, Banning, Sr.; OL Joeyon Butler, Moreno Valley, Jr.; OL Homer Martinez, Hillcrest, Jr.; OL Aaron Rodriguez, Ramona, Sr.; OL Adrian Castillo, Ramona, Jr.; OL Jacob Foster, La Sierra, Sr.; UT Stanton Manumaleuna, Norte Vista, Jr; OL David Plentyhawk, Norte Vista, Sr.DefenseDL Justin Salazar, Hillcrest, Sr.; DL Kevin Johnson, Ramona, Sr.; DL Jeremiah Wilson, Ramona, Sr.; DL Hector Becerra, Norte Vista, Jr.; LB Abel Olvera, Patriot, Jr.; LB Demetrick Watts, Hillcrest, Sr.; LB Taiwo Olawuyi, Ramona, Jr.; LB Chris Pina, Norte Vista, Sr.; LB Martin Solano, Norte Vista, Jr.; LB Steven Lopez, Patriot, Sr.; LB Isaiah McClenton, Hillcrest, Jr.; DB Nate Williams, Ramona, Sr.; DB Blessing Olawuyi, Ramona, Sr.; DB Christian Antunez, La Sierra, Sr.; DB Isaiah Hughes, Norte Vista, Jr.; K/P Edgar Magdelano, Norte Vista, Sr.MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUECo-MVPs: Manny Berz, Jr., K, Citrus Hill and Allen Makarov, Sr., RB, San Jacinto.Offensive player of the year: Devin Floyd, Sr., RB, Citrus Hill.Defensive player of the year: Zach Markworth, Sr., LB, Citrus Hill.OffenseQB Noah Rhodes, Sr, Beaumont; QB Isaiah Bolding, Jr., San Jacinto; RB Evan Wallace, Sr., Hemet; RB Kash Taylor, Jr.,West Valley; RB Jesse Estrada, So., West Valley; WR Michael Tobin, Jr., Citrus Hill; WR Chris Gray, Sr., Beaumont; WR C.J. (Press-Enterprise)

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