7 Things to Do in the Inland Empire 11/21-11/25/2016

The average American can gobble down as many as 3,000 calories on Thanksgiving. Work up your appetite by getting out there at some of this week's family-friendly activities around the Inland Empire.



11/21, Walking - Palm Springs Front Walkers meet daily at 8 a.m. for trips around Sunrise Park.

11/21, Baseball - Work up an appetite at the cages at Ayala Park in Chino. Batting cages are open from 4-9:30 p.m. 15 pitches are $1.50, or 15 minutes to an hour costs $10-$32.


11/22, Bike Repair - Pull your bike out of storage and get it fixed up at Redlands Bike BBQ do-it-yourself bicycle repair. Free advice, donations accepted.


11/23, Zumba – Zumba at 9 a.m. at Jurupa Valley’s Jurupa Community Center. Free participation, for ages 12 and older.


11/24, Thanksgiving - Get some exercise in before the main feast at a Turkey Trot or other athletic events near you.

Thanksgiving Events Guide  

There is plenty to do on Thanksgiving Thursday!


11/25, Festival - Work off some of the food pressing cider, shucking corn and other activities at Apple Butter Festival in Oak Glen.

11/25, Zoo - Wild Lights at The Living Desert from 6-9 p.m., with lighted decor, activities and more. Admission is $8-$10, kids 3 and younger admitted free.



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