7 Things to Do in the Inland Empire



It is citrus season! Local groves are dropping fruit during these cold months. The Inland Empire is filled with sweet opportunities to enjoy with your family. Check out some of the sweet, not sour, things we've found for you this week!



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1/30, Picnic - Pack a lunch and spend the morning at Citrus Park in Corona.The splash pad won’t be turned on but the fun will be turned up on the playgrounds!



1/31, Storytime - Storytime at Orange Terrace Branch Library or preschoolers at 11 a.m.



2/1, Treat - It may be cold, but not cold enough for Californians to forgo a kick of fresh fruit at a raspoados shop, and remember to add some heat to yours!

2/1, Recipe - Make breakfast for dinner tonight. Get the kids to take turns stirring with Sara’s Lemon Poppy Seed Waffles recipe! 



2/2, Hike - Take a walk on Redlands’ Orange Blossom Trail. Dogs allowed on leash wear comfortable shoes for the 3-mile trip.

2/2, Shopping - Grab a bag of navel oranges from your closest orange stand (Jacinto Farms in Mentone is one of our regulars) and get some vitamin C with little orange peel smiles.



2/3, Park - Take a guided tour at the California Citrus State Historic Park and sample California “gold.” Grab some from the stand on your way home!