Festival guests discover gourds transformed

If you didn’t find your perfect gourd at the 8th Annual International Gourd Festival on June 26 and 27, it doesn’t exist. Besides the racks and racks of raw gourds just waiting to be carved, painted and created into masterpieces, over fifty artists displayed their exquisite work in every price range. Guests could find beautiful […]

Summer Youth Orchestra Camp

If your a kid and you love to play music, if you can read and play at least one Major scale on your instrument, then Musicians Workshop Youth Orchestra Camp wants you. Orchestra camp is open to kids 8 to 18 and begins Monday, July 5 from 9:00 a.m. to noon for five days at […]

Temecula to celebrate an old-fashioned Independence Day

Can you already hear the snap, crackle, pop of July 4th fireworks? Or smell the tantalizing aroma of kettle corn and funnel cakes? If so, plan on getting out of the house early Sunday for a day filled with patriotic activities that lead up to the climactic fireworks display at the Rancho California Sports Park […]

Musicians Workshop announces summer voice, music, and theater camps

Musicians Workshop is pleased to announce its 2004 summer camp programs, which have grown this year from three camps to seven different programs including preschool and musical theater. Now in its sixth year, Musicians Workshop founder and director Jon Laskin said, “It looks like this is once again going to be the best year yet. […]

The San Diego Zoo – lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

The San Diego Zoo not only has lions and tigers and bears, but boards interesting residents with names like tapir, takin and tragopan. I don’t think that anyone really knows how many creatures live at San Diego’s 100-acre celebration of the animal kingdom. At least 10,000 butterflies are found in the Hidden Jungle area alone, […]

The San Diego Zoo – lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

The San Diego Zoo not only has lions and tigers and bears, but boards interesting residents with names like tapir, takin and tragopan. I don’t think that anyone really knows how many creatures live at San Diego’s 100-acre celebration of the animal kingdom. At least 10,000 butterflies are found in the Hidden Jungle area alone, […]

8th Annual International Gourd Art Festival

There will be gourds galore at the 8th Annual International Gourd Art Festival on June 26 and 27 at the fabulous and well-known Welburn Gourd Farm. This event has blossomed from an intimate neighborhood affair into the largest festival of its kind in Southern California. Organizers expect more than 10,000 visitors to this year’s festival. […]

Interactive concert to feature Prehispanic music

Espino teaches children about indigenous musical instrumentsTo simply describe Martin Espino is not an easy task. This musician from Whittier, Calif. blends South American and Mexican culture. Using handmade indigenous musical instruments, Espino teaches children and adults to sing in native, yet rarely heard, languages such as Maya, Huchol and Yoeme. Espino, 49, said his […]

Chamber Players to perform menagerie of classics

The musical stylings of the five Valley residents who make up the Chamber Players will revive and refresh the senses at their 3 p.m. performance June 13 at the Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. in Temecula.Program descriptionThe evening starts out with three string-heavy movements from “OserenadeO” (Ernst von Dohnanyi, I Marcia; IV Tema […]

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