This week we have a good mix of events that will get your brain working, creative juices flowing and body moving! Make a date with your partner to giddy up to The Brandin’ Iron Saloon for some boot scootin’ adult-only fun, or bring the kids along for all the other events that scream family-time!

MONDAY

1/26, Country Concert – Craig Wayne Boyd at The Brandin’ Iron Saloon. Doors at 6p.m. Showtime is 8:30p.m. Tickets are $15. Ages 18 and over. Winner from the seventh season of The Voice, Craig Wayne Boyd is stealing hearts and making lifelong fans with his good American country. After all, mom and dad deserve a little fun every now and again.

TUESDAY

1/27, Art Project – Ovitt Family Community Library, Ovitt Meeting Room in Ontario at 4p.m. Art is about the journey. Bring your little ones ages five to eight to master the skill of creating masterful works of art. Don’t miss this free opportunity to get out of the house to make something beautiful.

WEDNESDAY

1/28, Kid’s Yoga – Yoga For Children at the A.K. Smiley Public Library Assembly Room in Redlands at 4p.m. Sign-up is required, and there’s only space for 15 children. Sign up by calling (909) 798-7674. Miss M.L. teaches children two of the most relaxing exercises—yoga and reading stories. Beyond that, these simple activities also build your child’s confidence and are overall a great time!


THURSDAY

1/29, Indoor Trampoline Park – Jump on Thursday from 3p.m. to 9p.m for $13. For six hours of jump time, this is certainly a deal. You’ll get a workout while having a whole lot of F-U-N! Praise & Jump takes place from 6p.m. to 9p.m., where Christian music is played, and everyone is welcome to join the local churches. If you would like to attend Praise & Jump only, the price is $12.

1/29, Indie Film ScreeningThe Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things at Pomona College Smith Campus Center at 7p.m. This documentary highlights 17 strong female leaders across various industries and lifestyles. Stick around after to learn more about the film during the Q&A with the film’s director and producer Sarah Moshman and producer Dana Cook.

FRIDAY

1/30, Live Music – BJ Thomas at The Cave in Big Bear Lake. Doors open at 6:30p.m., and BJ hits the stage at 9p.m. General admission is $40. Open seating, so come early to get your spot. This five time Grammy winner has sold over 70 million records. See why his gospel-influenced country music has kept loyal fans coming back around for almost half a century.

1/30, MusicalWest Side Story at The Box Riverside at 8p.m. General admission is $42, or $55 for VIP. A beautiful love story that is based off the most famous of all time, Romeo and Juliet, this musical play is a staple for anyone who enjoys performing arts. The talent behind the production bring a huge performance to this small theater!