We went out of our way to include family-centric activities geared towards every age level in our quest for finding new excitement happeneing throughout the vast Inland Empire. We didn’t to highlight events geared towards babies under one or teenagers who are too cool to hang with their parents. Additionally you'll find places the whole family can enjoy togehter. There really is something for everyone in this week’s 7 Things to do!
5/11, Trampolines – Toddler Time at Big Air Trampoline Park in Riverside from 9a.m. to 12p.m. Price is $10 for the first child, and $5 for each additional child. One chaperone admitted free per child. Admission is valid during Toddler Time hours. Bring your children ages zero to six to this safe and effective way of getting their wiggles out. They might even make some new friends in the process.
5/12, Pizza Buffet & Games – Family Fun at John’s Incredible Pizza in Montclair from 11a.m. to 10p.m. Check their website for admission and pricing. This all you can eat buffet features everything you can imagine from unique pizzas to freshly fried mini donuts. They even serve beer and wine for the 21 and over crowd. Grab a FunCard, and enjoy their exciting line-up of rides, arcade games and activities.
5/13, Baby Story Time – Itty Bitty Time at Belle Street Community Room in the Corona Pulbic Library from 10:20a.m. to 10:40a.m. The tiniest of story lovers are welcome to enjoy rhymes, stories, songs and bounces. Alongside their caregiver, little ones from zero to three can enjoy this soical, good time at the local library.
5/14, Video Games – Teen Gaming at the The Carnegie Building at Upland Public Library from 3:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. Cost is free. Gamers of all kinds will really have a great time at this cool, teen-only event. With the library’s brand-new Nintendo Wii-U and games like Super Mario 3D World, Just Dance 2015, Mario Kart 8 and more, you will have an awesome, virtual time. If video games aren’t your deal, check out their board games and card games instead.
5/14, Art Exhibit – “Restoring the Spirit: Celebrating Haitain Art” at Pomona College Museum of Art in Claremont from 12p.m. to 5p.m. Traditional Haitian culture from beliefs and values to everyday life has been documented by Haitian artists throughout history, however this particular exhibit displays works from 1940 until today. Investigate the newer styles of artwork which have a distinct air to them, and learn more about Haitain traditions.
5/15, Festival – Arts and Music Festival at Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art at California State University San Bernardino from 4p.m. to 9p.m. Admission is free. As one would expect from a festival with this name, there is going to be an art walk displaying various works from all type of mediums, as well as music to set the mood by both local and international musicians. There will also be great food, which is makes it even better!
5/15, Bike Tour – AMGEN Tour of California “Big Bear Lake Time Trial” from 10a.m. to 4p.m. Starts at The Village of Big Bear Lake. Professional men and women will compete in a time trial race atop their trusted bicycles. Athletes and spectators are able to enjoy this sport alongside a lifestyle expo and beer garden, what else could you ask for to start your Friday off right?!
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