In addition to all our activities this week being family-friendly happenings throughout the vast Inland Empire, this week’s suggestions are all things you can do that are FREE! Inspired by our Inland Empire Free Summer Concerts Guide, we know that just feeding children can be extremely expensive, so here are ways to keep them entertained without spending a dime.
7/27, Free Yoga – Es-“Stretch”-O at La Volata Pizzeria in Redlands from 7:30a.m. to 8:15a.m. Yoga session is free. If you’re one who is early to rise, be sure to start your week off with a relaxing and free yoga session with Lisa Vest of Vasa the Studio. Stick around afterward for some coffee and pastries . . . the fuel you really need to get your day rockin’.
7/28, Animal Show – Summerfest “Songs of the Wild” Animal Show at Corona Public Library at 4p.m. and 7p.m. Although this event is free, tickets are required for admission. Secure your ticket at the summer reading booth 30 minutes before event start times. With one of the best summer programs for kids in the IE, Corona Public Library knows exactly what children are crazy about, and that’s animals and music!
7/29, Farmers Market – Farmers Market on the Promenade at The Shoppes at Chino Hills from 4p.m. to 8p.m. Strolling around the mall is always a fun and free event, however this mall has something even more excited to offer—a farmers market with a great assortment of fruits, veggies, snacks, baked goods, spices and more. You can even do your back-to-school shopping afterward—there's nothing better than multitasking!
7/30, Kidz Club – Kidz Club at The Shops at Dos Lagos in Corona at 11a.m. in the Children’s Play Area. This free summer activity is best for children ages one to eight. Your kids will have the time of their lives meeting other little ones and getting creative with fun, interactive crafts. Bring a little color into the world, and brighten up your child’s day with this playtime fun.
7/30, Exhibit – “California Handmade: State of the Arts” at the Jacobs Education Center Gallery at Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for Arts and Crafts in Alta Loma from 12p.m to 4p.m. The exhibition is free and open to the public. This breathtaking exhibit will have you wonder if you were transported to a fine art gallery in the middle of Los Angeles. An outstanding collection of works by over 80 Californian artists certainly will not disappoint.
7/31, Museum – Visit the Galleries at Museum of History & Art, Ontario from 12p.m. to 4p.m. Admission is free, and the museum is open to the public. There is no better way to learn about a city than by examining and appreciating its art, cultural traditions and history. This museum’s duty is to bring awareness and education to the area by providing the community with access to Ontario’s art and culture.
7/31, Movie – Movies in the Park at Fleming Park in Colton at approximately 8:15p.m. The movie is free and open to the public. Arrive early to get a good spot, participate in activities and visit the snack bar. The Lego Movie will play on the huge inflatable screen, which is something you and the kids will all enjoy.
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