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Moms Remember Troops at Fairmount Park Sept 7th

The Moms of Military Prayer and Support Group, Riverside Chapter of the Inland Empire, honors U.S. troops at the Fourth Annual “Remember Our Heroes” event from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday September 7th at Fairmount Park’s band shell, 2601 Fairmount Park Blvd. Everyone is invited to attend — the event is FREE, and…

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Spectacular Spiders at the Hidden Valley Nature Center

Saturday, September 20th from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. There are many spiders in the Hidden Valley Wildlife area.  Come and learn all about our amazing arachnids as you hike along our trails, create a spider craft, and enjoy a spider snack. The cost is only $4 per child. Here is more information: All About Spiders. The…

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Meals on Wheels – Theater Night

On September 18, 2008, Riverside Community Players will be presenting “Leading Ladies”.  This is ‘Meals on Wheels’ only fund raising event each year. Riverside Meals on Wheels, Inc. is a local, non-profit volunteer organization in operation since 1972, providing noon-time delivery of hot, nutritious dinner-style meals Monday – Friday. Their services are geared toward house-bound…

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The Riverside Libraries need you!

Can you serve a few hours per week to help out your local library? Library volunteering offers a social experience, exercise, and a valuable chance to contribute! Here are just some of the current volunteer positions: Adopt-A-Shelf Volunteer -Maintains order, accessibility, and appearance of assigned sections of shelving. Magazine Shelver/Refurbisher – Maintains the magazine collection…

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Mission Inn: Seeing the World in a Day

At the Mission Inn Museum they seek to tell the history of Frank Miller and the Mission Inn, in addition to connecting you with the larger histories of Riverside, Southern California, art and architectural styles, and the missions. Unfortunately, with over 10,000 items in the collection, many of the Inn’s unique treasures remain hidden in storage…

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City of Riverside Wants Troublesome Trees Gone

The Shamel ash trees on Brentwood Avenue and Maplewood Place tower over the homes and residents, creating a leafy tunnel of shade that residents want to preserve. But some of the trees were topped improperly years ago, which allowed diseases in, stunting their growth in some cases and leading to large branches growing heavy and…