The Big Game, and other Weekend Events
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FOOTBALL EVENTS IN THE INLAND EMPIRE
Lazy Dog Cafe – All Lazy Dog locations, including Rancho Cucamonga and Temecula, is offering $3-$6 Happy Hour specials all day, so diners can sip Lazy Dog craft beers and specialty cocktails, and savor small plates while enjoying the big game.
Nottinghams Restaurant & Bar – Pool & Party Fundraiser to benefit Big Bear High School athletics.
Orange Terrace Community Park – The 4th Annual Kermit Alexander & Friends “Big Game Event,” a FREE community tailgate party, begins a half hour before the big game (3:30 p.m.). at the park in Riverside.
Mill Creek Cattle Co. – Annual party in Redlands starts at noon and runs through the end of the game.
General Old Golf Course – 15th Annual Inland Empire Golf Tournament, 7:30 a.m. shotgun start in Riverside.
Palm Springs Sports Bars Parties – Palm Springs Village Pub and Over the Top Sports Bar & Grill are holding separate parties!
Temecula Parties – Temecula Night Out has a list of several parties in the area.
International Day Spa – Skip the game and head to the spa.
2/1, Sean Forbes Concert – Deaf rapper Sean Forbes takes the stage at 6 p.m. Friday at the California School for the Deaf in Riverside.
2/2, Free Craft Workshops – The Habitat for Humanity Riverside ReStore will host FREE craft workshops from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. Click here for more information
2/2-2/3, The Riverside Dickens Festival – The 20th annual fest kicks off Saturday at various locations throughout the city including Mission Inn and the Riverside Municipal Auditorium.
2/3, First Sundays – Let your kids get extra creative at this month’s First Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m.
Thru 2/3, Riverside Community Players – “Farragut North” runs through February 3. “A classic tale of hubris set against a contemporary landscape – about the lust for power and the costs one will endure to achieve it.”
2/2, Junior Fishing Workshop – Bring the kids out to Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino on Saturday for some fresh air and fishing fun.
Thru 2/17, “Snow White” – The whole family will enjoy this amazing performance by award-winning playwright Wayne R. Scott starting this weekend at the LifeHouse Theater in Redlands.
2/1-2/3, City-Wide Yard Sale – Ontario’s city-wide yard sale is this weekend! Come by and check out what homeowners are selling.
2/2, Rescheduled Snow Day – Because of last weekend’s inclement weather, the city of Ontario’s annual Snow Day event is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Westwind Park. Click here for more information
2/1-2/2, Ontario Reign – Planning on taking in an Ontario Reign hockey game this weekend at the Citizen Business Bank Arena in Ontario?Click here for more information
2/2, Ontario Improv – It’s Squeaky Clean Saturday this weekend at the Ontario Improv with comedians Mike Canoo and Melvin Austin.
2/2, Big Band Show – The Women’s Improvement Club of Corona will present a big band show to salute the military from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday.
2/2, “Run for Russ” – There’s still time to register for Saturday morning’s 5K run-walk set for 8 a.m. in honor of slain Chino Police Officer Russ Miller.
2/2, Dos Lagos Stadium 15 – The FREE Saturday Family Film Series continues this weekend with “Zathura.”
2/2, Rocky Horror Picture Show – Dress up in your best Dr. Frank-N-Furter costume and bring your toast to the weekly midnight showing of this cult classic.
2/1, First Friday Art Walk – Claremont’s FREE monthly art walk through the Village offers musicians, street performers, children’s activities and various visual artists.
2/2, “Alice in Wonderland, Jr.” – The Grove Theater in Upland presents this Disney classic at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday throughout the month of February.
2/2, Village Walking Tour – Enjoy a guided tour of some of Claremont’s amazing architecture on the first Saturday of each month beginning at 10 a.m. Advances reservations requested. Click here for more information
2/2, AAA Travel Show – Thinking of taking a vacation this summer? The Fairplex in Pomona’s travel show will help you discover what new in cruises, tours and more!
Thru 4/7, “Denatured Nature” – The 69th Ceramic Annual at Scripps College in Claremont features this exhibit that focuses on contemporary artists who transform familiar objects.
2/2, Wetlands Tour – The Eastern Municipal Water District, in partnership with the San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society, will hold a wetlands tour from 8 to 10 a.m.
2/2, Science Saturdays – The Western Science Center in Hemet hosts a FREE kids workshop, “Body Carnival: How Your Body Works”
2/2, Guided Snowshoe Tours – Enjoy the fresh snow from 9 a.m.t o 4 p.m. Saturday at the Big Bear Discovery Center through a guided snowshoe tour.
2/2, Animal Feeding Tours – Tag along with a zoo animal keeper as he or she makes rounds from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Big Bear Alpine Zoos.
2/1, The Swing Dolls – The West Coast Performing Arts Presenters presents walk back in time with this rockin’ trio at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. Tickets start at $20.
2/1, Hot Rod Fridays – Come check out some of the city’s best hot rods, motorcycles and classic cars at 4 p.m. Friday at Swing Inn.
2/1, Earth, Wind & Fire – This legendary soul group performs Friday night at 8 p.m. at the Pala Casino Spa Resort as part of its “Guiding Lights” tour. .Click here for more information
2/2, Robin Thicke – Tickets are still available for this amazing R&B singer, who performs at 8 p.m. Friday at the Spotlight 29 Casino in Coachella.