S5E3 – October Episode

Need to Know

The Riverside County Registrar of Voters has all the information you need to know about voting in the November 2022 election.

Covid-19 is not going away and it’s important to stay on top of all the latest information. The CDC recommends boosters for all who qualify.

The National Safety Council has tips to keep you and your family safe during Halloween.

Did You Know

Support those fighting cancer at Michelle’s Place Walk of Hope

The Breast Cancer Network and Michelle’s Place have some great ideas on how to show a loved one you care – no matter what type of cancer they’re battling.

Infrastructure in Riverside County – Impact Story

The American Society Of Civil Engineers rates the country’s infrastructure from “ A”, meaning exceptional and fit for the future, to F for failing and unfit for purpose. In 2019 they reported that all of California’s bridges, roads, and transit systems earned a “ C” rating or worse. they also gave the infrastructure in the Riverside County-San Bernardino region an overall “C” rating.

Rebuild SoCal Partnership is dedicated to advocating for clean water, safe bridges and roads, which are vital to Southern California’s economy. With a primary focus on Southern California projects, the Rebuild SoCal Partnership advocates for responsible investment in public infrastructure projects to help fix our aging public systems, while building for our future needs and economic growth.

Go here for more information on the Federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Service Animals for Veterans – Voice of Innovation

Find out more about the Patriotic Service Dog Foundation by visiting their website.

Service Dogs provide so many benefits to veterans struggling with PTSD and other post combat injuries. Purina Dog Chow is on a mission to make service dogs more readily available to veterans in need.

Pumpkin Patch/Christmas Tree Farms – Spotlight

Wickerd Farm’s pumpkin patch is open through October and Christmas Trees can be reserved in November.

Neighborhood Haunts

Riverside County neighborhood haunts:

Crazy House of Harveston
40518 Corrigan Pl
Temecula CA

Reichland Asylum
3980 Bandini Ave
Riverside, CA 92506

Pirate House
Corner of Chapman & Magnolia
Riverside, CA

Halloween Light Show House
8381 Deercreek Dr
Riverside, CA

Mistress Yvonne’s Annual Free Haunted House
19206 Bergamont Dr
Riverside, CA

Coco House
29506 Dry Creek Dr
Menifee, CA

Haunted Goldenrod Hotel
184 Goldenrod Ave
Perris, CA

Good to Know

The City of Riverside has approved a Homeless Action Plan.

The Valle Vista Library has reopened

The City of Temecula is updating its local hazard mitigation plan and seeks input.

Events Mentioned in October 2022 Good-To-Know

California Youth Leadership Summit
Free Live stream
November 5th, 5pm – 7pm

Temecula Fall Wiener Fest
Vail Headquarters
November 6th, 11am-4pm

Veterans Day Gathering
Central Park
30268 Civic Plaza Dr.
Menifee; 10 am – 12 pm

Patriotic Salute to Veterans
Civic Center, 41000 Main St. Temecula;
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Veterans Day Concert,
Marna O’Brien Park
2050 Palomar St,
Wildomar; 5 – 8 pm

Ramona Bowl 7th Annual Boo at the Bowl,
27400 Ramona Bowl Rd, Hemet, CA 92544,
October 28th, 29th, & 30th,
Gates open at 6pm, Last entry at 8:30pm

Dia De Los Muertos
Historic Main Street
Lake Elsinore, October 29th, 2pm – 8pm

Dia De Los Muertos
SoCal Railway Museum
Perris, October 30th, 2pm – 8pm

Haunted I.E.
Moreno Valley Public Library Mall Branch
22500 Town Circle,
(2nd floor, above Crunch Fitness); Oct 31st, 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Halloween Spooktacular
Rancho Bella Vista Park
3​​1757 Browning St. Murrieta,
October 31, 5:00 PM

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