Wise Women Read group starts new book

The ‘Wise Women Read’ group that uses positive life approaches will be starting another book on February 4 entitled ‘Fearless Living – Live Without Excuses and Love Without Regret’ by Rhonda Britten. Rhonda Britten can show you how to leave your fear behind and live your life with freedom and joy. The group meets on […]

Free stress workshop

Start the New Year off with less stress! Cornerstone Communication Church will have local author, Lorraine Bosse’-Smith speak on managing stress on Thursday, January 22 and Thursday, January 29. Sessions are on Thursday, January 22 and Thursday, January 29, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Childcare is available for those who call in advance. This event […]

Get in shape free at Cornerstone Church

Cornerstone Community Church, located at 34570 Monte Vista Drive in Wildomar, wants to help people start the New Year off right. Cornerstone is offering a free Interval Training Class on Tuesdays (4:30-5:30 p.m.) and Fridays (10-11 a.m.).With the holidays behind us, the time is right to embark on a health kick. Exercise is not only […]

AARP January meeting

The AARP Temecula Valley Chapter 5104 will meet on Wednesday, January 28 at 10:00AM at the Mary Phillips Senior Center located at 41845 Sixth Street in Temecula. The meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 10:00AM.The January meeting will feature Mary Jo Casino, Coordinator of the “Grandparents raising Grandchildren Program” in […]

Anger Management topic of talk

Chaparral High School PTSA is pleased to announce guest speaker, Mitchell Rosen, Marriage and Family Therapist. He will be addressing the issue of \\"Anger Management\\". His talk will focus on healthy ways of dealing with anger individually and between adolescents and their parents. Mr. Rosen will appear in the Performing Arts Center at Chaparral High […]

In-Home Concert series to be ‘over the top’

Musicians Workshop has announced the dates of Saturn’s 2004 In-Home Concert Series, and according to Musicians Workshop director Jon Laskin, this year’s series will be ‘over the top’. \\"We had no idea how successful this event would become when we began last year, it has already far exceeded our expectations\\" said Laskin. \\"The In-Home Concert […]

3rd ‘Taste of Temecula’ dinner hosted by Thornton Winery

Thornton Winery will host a ‘Taste of Temecula’ Winemaker Dinner on January 30 featuring the fine wines of Callaway Winery and Vineyards, Maurice Carrie Winery and Thornton Winery. The four-course meal, prepared by Café Champagne’s Executive Chef, Steve Pickell, features gourmet canapés paired to Thornton NV Brut, baked Portobello mushroom paired to Callaway 2001 Special […]

2nd Annual Gospel Music Concert set for Feb. 7, Temecula may start Gospel Music Chapter

The Musicians Workshop, in celebration of Black History Month, is once again bringing Rodena Preston and about 75 members of the Los Angeles Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA), to Temecula, at the Hope Lutheran Church on Feb. 7. Doors open at 6.p.m. with a performance by the Musicians Workshop chorus, under […]

Job Fair for Lake Elsinore Storm

The Lake Elsinore Storm will hold a Job Fair Saturday, January 31 to fillopen positions for the 2004 baseball season. Interviews will beconducted from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in The Diamond Club restaurant locatedon the third base side of the ballpark.The Storm regular season home schedule begins April 9 and runs throughAugust 29 with […]

Popejoy-Hime receives professional designation

Carol Popejoy-Hime, executive director of the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival, recently received professional designation as a Certified Festival and Event Executive from the International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA). This certification comes after her completion of a four-year program of studies that reflects professional knowledge and philosophy of festival and special events management. […]