May 6, 2022
NEED TO KNOW
To apply for the California Mortgage Relief Program, click here.
Stay ahead of the scammers. The FBI website is full of information and tips on how to keep you and your family safe from fraudulent activity.
California recently designated Mead Valley an “environmental justice community.” County Supervisor Kevin Jefferies’ office is proposing the planting of hundreds of trees and they’re looking for a local non-profit organization to help.
DID YOU KNOW?
Depression in our youth is on the rise and in california, 459 thousand children experienced at least one major depressive episode last year. Find more of Pediatric Neuropsychologist Dr. Sarah Allen’s advice on her podcast , Website , and her book, Raising Brains.
SPOTLIGHT – Reality Rally
Reality Rally makes its return for its 10 year anniversary. Find out how you can get involved.
IMPACT – RivCo Tourism
GOOD TO KNOW – Events and Good to Know information
The City of Murrieta is introducing a program to encourage customers to shop locally.
Mother’s Day is May 8th! Take her on a hike at Wildflower Trail at Diamond Valley Lake, Hemet, Parking fee: $11, Entry fee $4/pp.
Riverside County Library System is offering free passes to 200 California State Parks; available at all branches.
THINGS TO DO:
Storm Baseball season has started! Go here for their schedule.
LAKE ELSINORE STORM SCHEDULE | SCHEDULE | STORM (MILB.COM)
Join the Petwalk on Saturday, May 7, 9:00- 1:00 am at Levee Of The Diamond Stadium In Lake Elsinore.
Temecula Multicultural Event, Town Square Park , 41902 Main Street; Sam Hicks Park, Old Town Temecula May 21; 10 am – 4 pm
Moreno Valley Public Safety Expo, Calle San Juan Los Lagos Moreno Valley,
May 21; 10 am – 2 pm
Blood Drive, JDS Studios, 28069 Diaz Road, Suites D, E, F
Temecula, May 27, 1-6PM
Memorial Day Ceremonies, May 30:
10 AM -12 PM
Widomar Cemetery District
32000 Gruwell St
Town Square Park
1 Town Square
Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival
Lake Skinner Regional Park
Old Town Music Festival
28721 Old Town Front St
Temecula, CA 92590
June 11 – 12
GOOD TO KNOW – Harada House
Visit the Harada House Foundation to learn more about the Harada House and ways you can help preserve the family’s legacy
Riverside once had two Chinatowns. They are both gone but the site of one remains in downtown riverside. Save Our Chinatown is a group that seeks to preserve the archeological site with the hopes of turning the area into a Chinatown Heritage Park.
Riverside County has many stories of Asian Americans and their influence on the region. Read about these stories by clicking here.