We are set with another week of events that can entertain the whole family. Engage the kids with tumbling classes and library reading programs, or appease the grown-ups with some fun DIY projects. The whole family will enjoy Jurassic World at the drive-in, or perhaps Free Summer Concerts are more your style. Either way, we have you covered.


6/22, Gymnastics – Tumbling Class at United Elite Gymnastics in Upland at 6:30p.m. Individual classes are $15, or a full month of classes is $55. Sibling discounts are also available. Physical activity is good for the body and the mind, so let your child enjoy a hot summer day indoors learning gymnastics.


6/23, Reading Program – Woodcrest Library Summer Reading Program Kickoff at Woodcrest Library in Riverside at 12p.m. Being on summer vacation from school doesn’t mean that the imagination and wonder that comes from reading has to be on hold. The kids can join this exciting reading program in Riverside, make a craft, get their faces painted and hang out with two cool mascots! 


6/24, Jurassic WorldJurassic World at Mission Tiki Drive-In Theatre in Montclair at 8:30p.m. and 11p.m. Admission is $9 for adults, $1 for children ages five to nine. Join the rest of the world in viewing this cinematic masterpiece 22 years after the original film, Jussaric Park. The new Jurassic World is a fully functioning theme park with dinosaurs. After a successful 10-year operation, the park faces a little trouble when a new and exciting attraction opens up.


6/25, DIY Project – My Savvy Sister Chalk Paint Dust Techniques Workshop at The Vintage Vault of Upland from 6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. Call (626) 320-3232 to register. Introductory price is $35 per person. This beginner class will teach you how to beautify your furniture to the shabby chic trend of chalk paint! Aprons and materials will be provided, as well as expert instruction by Katherine Quesada.

6/25, Regional Park – Visit Prado Regional Park in Chino from 7:30a.m. to 5p.m. As a meeting point for San Bernardino, Riverside and Los Angeles Counties, this lush park is an outdoor adventure-land for those interesting in fishing, hiking, nature trails, disc golf, biking, camping and more. Be sure to pack a lunch, as its picnic facitilies are very accommodating.


6/26, American History – The Lincoln Memorial Shrine in Redlands from 1p.m. to 5p.m. Admission is free. Celebrating the legacy of one of our nation’s presidents and the civil war right before America’s Independence Day is more than appropriate. Bring the kids along to visit the historic building that commemorates our nation’s history.

6/26, Summer Concert – Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival at Smiley Park in Redlands at 8:15p.m. Kicking off the 92nd season for live music at the Redlands Bowl, “Mosaico Music Festival” is conducted by Frank Paul Fetta, and this cultural muic will be a great tribute to the greatest Latin American artists of all time. The choreography by Ballet Folklorico de Los Angeles will be the perfect compliment to these powerful tunes.

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