Save the date for March 30th and spend a spring day enjoying local music, performances, art vendors, food trucks and more! Mt. San Jacinto College is hosting the Menifee Music & Arts Festival, a fun-filled event that will include a beer and wine garden, interactive art and a musical performance by multi-platinum artists Thompson Square. Entry is free!
Young children will have a great time hunting for eggs and visiting with the Spring Bunny! This year’s Menifee Spring Fest will have a Kid’s Zone, numerous vendors, plus fun games and activities. The egg hunts will be broken down by age groups, and kids up to 12 years old can participate. This special event is March 23rd from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Mayfield Park, so hop to it!
Join us on the last Saturday of every month through April for a Food Truck Round-Up at the Ranch House in Audie Murphy Ranch from 11 am to 2 pm. Bring your family and friends and enjoy delicious food truck fare available for purchase! While you are there, tour seven new home neighborhoods in Menifee priced from the low $400,000s.
Romance is in the air! What better way to celebrate your Valentine than a private horse drawn carriage ride through beautiful Temecula Valley. Packages offer a 1-hour ride for $165 per couple that includes a bottle of wine, or a 2-hour ride for $270 that includes wine, and a picnic of delicious fare. Rides are from February 1st – 28th. Make it a Valentine’s to remember and call 844.369.1852 for your reservation!
Families at Audie Murphy Ranch are enjoying the wonderful advantages of a brand new school in their community. Parents can walk their young children to Táawila Elementary, where students TK-5 have the benefit of an excellent education, challenging curriculum and nurturing teachers. Enrichment activities, band and choir, plus before & after school programs enhance this well-rounded environment.
The city of Menifee is growing by leaps and bounds, and that’s good news for homeowners at Audie Murphy Ranch! This vibrant, young community has been recognized as one of the top 10 cities for growth in Southern California, and continues to be a popular location for businesses and land development. Young families who want new homes in a city brimming with shopping, dining and entertainment are putting Menifee on the map as the place to be!
Foodies rejoice! January is Temecula Valley Restaurant Month, a time to partake in the area’s best culinary delights and exciting events. Bring your appetite and enjoy mouth-watering fare from classic French Toast to Surf ‘n Turf and Peppercorn Ranch Burgers. Favorite local restaurants will be offering deals and special menus, plus Temecula Taste Bud is back, sampling tons of flatbreads and pizzas to determine the most delicious! Stay hungry and don’t miss this year’s “The Best of The Best.”
Experience a traditional holiday wonderland at the Europa Village Christmas Market. Enjoy the magic of the season and find the perfect present for everyone on your list! Discover a host of unique gifts and decorations showcasing fine European craftsmanship, including nutcrackers, ornaments, décor, imported kitchen items, and more. The Market is open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. now through December 5th, and is located at 33475 La Serena Way, Temecula.
Don’t miss the fun and bring the family to the Menifee Christmas Tree Lighting on December 1st from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Mt. San Jacinto Menifee campus. There will be live entertainment, musical performances, an elves crafts workshop, plus free photos with Santa. Enjoy food and dessert vendors, a holiday bazaar, and a kid’s zone with 40 tons of snow! Don’t miss the chance to give back, and bring an unwrapped gift or non-perishable food item for the community cupboard.
If you love the holidays, do not miss a fun-filled evening on Friday, November 30th, when Temecula celebrates its 26th annual Santa’s Electric Light Parade in Old Town from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Bundle up in your favorite sweater, enjoy some hot cocoa and show your #commUNITYpride. Everyone in the family can enjoy the twinkling lights from festive floats and holiday music from school marching bands as the crowd eagerly awaits Santa’s arrival.