- Crafton Hills College and City of Yucaipa Install Banners Promoting the Local College
- Yucaipa Recruiting for Position of Crossing Guard for the 2018/19 School Year
- Yucaipa Rotary’s Braswell Memorial Golf Tournament Returns for 5th Annual Event on Sept. 21
- Community Calendar: August 13
- Three Yucaipians part of Crafton Hills College’s 89th Paramedic Class Graduates
All posts tagged "community living"
Yucaipa Little Theatre to Present “Seussical the Musical” in August
And who doesn’t love Dr. Seuss and his books which have entertained children for decades? Better yet, Yucaipa Little Theatre will present six shows of “Seussical the Musical” in August. The musical is based on the children’s...
- Posted August 8, 2018
Meet an international leader in animatronic figures at SBC Museum — Garner Holt
The internationally recognized leader in the design and manufacture of animatronic figures, show and ride systems, show action equipment, special effects, sets, and scenery, Garner Holt, will greet visitors, provide insight into animatronics and sign posters available...
- Posted July 12, 2018
For a Little Something Different Try the Colonial Faire at Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen
If the kids are uttering, “I’m bored,” complaining about the heat or are whining that they’re tired of the same old summer activities, the Colonial Faire at Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen may provide you and your...
- Posted July 11, 2018
Yucaipa Regional Park Opens a New BIBA Playground at the Top Lake
The Yucaipa Regional Park has a new playground at the top lake but it’s not just any new playground. It’s a BIBA playground. BIBA playgrounds are the newest thing in video games but it’s a lot more...
- Posted July 10, 2018
Experienced, Volunteer Fisherman Wanted to Teach Trout Fishing Workshops
If you are an experienced trout fisherman and enjoy teaching other the sport, the San Bernardino County (SBC) Regional Parks Department may have a volunteer opportunity for you! The SBC Regional Parks is seeking experienced and outgoing...
- Posted July 9, 2018
A Reminder — Fireworks are Prohibited in the City of Yucaipa!
Independence Day/the 4th of July are fast approaching. Picnics, backyard barbeques, swimming and other water sports and, of course, fireworks are on everyone’s minds. The weather forecast for Yucaipa on July 4 is for sunny skies, a...
- Posted July 3, 2018
Travel Back in Time to the 18th Century at Riley’s Farms’ Summer Masquerade Dinner and Theatre
Time travel, either forward or backwards, hasn’t yet become a reality but you can experience something close to it when you book an evening for Summer Masquerade at Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen. This is a truly...
- Posted June 30, 2018
Prepare for 4th of July Fun and Fireworks in Yucaipa!
Thanks to the city of Yucaipa, the Yucaipa Lions Club, the Latter-Day Saints Church and the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District, Yucaipa residents and their guests can enjoy a free Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks Show....
- Posted June 29, 2018
Museum Prepares for New Exhibit: “Minerals Rock! Unearthing the Human Element”
Minerals – they’re a critical part of our cellphones, roadways and even toothpaste! Many of us probably take the minerals in our society for granted. But they are an essential part of our world and a new...
- Posted June 26, 2018
New, Interactive Space “Gone Camping” Opens at San Bernardino County Museum
In the days before air conditioning, local residents looked to the local mountains to escape the summer heat. But in the late 1800s as camping became increasingly popular, escaping to the mountains was an undertaking with limited...
- Posted June 21, 2018