S6E6 – Good To Know

Good to Know Happenings and Information

Taxpayers can make a tax-deductible donation of one dollar or more to help support the Keep Arts in Schools Fund.

Teens interested in making a difference in their community are invited to join the Riverside County Youth Commission and have their voices heard as members of one of their Youth Advisory Councils.

If you’re interested in tracing back your family tree, the Hemet Family History Center can help you learn more about your heritage and decipher historical records.

Rising like the sun so others can shine is the motto of the Ontario, California-based Time for Change foundation. They aim to assist homeless women and children by providing housing and other necessary resources for self-sufficiency. Those looking to support can attend their 22nd Annual Awards Gala on April 19.


Food Corner

This month, Spirit of Innovation: Arts Across America takes a visit to the family-owned restaurant, The Cuban Hut , and tastes some of their popular dishes.

Corina’s Corner

You can catch Travis Guilliams and Joanna Pearl performing at Digifest this year, and locally throughout Riverside County.

DigiFest Temecula 2024 is right around the corner! Mark your calendars for April 19, 20, and 21!

Don’t miss a weekend packed with inspiring keynote speakers, networking opportunities, engaging workshops, and talented multi-media entries competing to win a Digi award. Get in on the fun and participate in the People’s Choice voting. Plus, join us for the Awards Celebration, hosted by JDS Studios.

Get your tickets now at digifesttemecula.org.

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