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“A Classical Christmas” concert performed by the Redlands Symphony and featuring Southern California singer-actress Debbie Prutsman and Broadway performer Jordan Goodsell will be presented on Saturday, Dec. 14.

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 Children’s Christmas Block Party: 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, Redlands Community Center. Santa will be arriving at 10 a.m. and will stay for pictures until noon. Toys will be available for Redlands children. The event will feature live entertainment and a bike opportunity drawing that will b…

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The first weekend in December is packed with Christmas activities for the Redlanders, but one of those events you cannot miss. Even though the rainy weather tried to put a damper on things Sunday afternoon, Santa and Mrs. Claus still showed up all the way from the North Pole to light the Chr…

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The Redlands Kiwanis Christmas Parade for only the second time in more than 30 years of continual rollout was postponed last Saturday night and The Unforgettables Foundation and Founder Tim Evans – the parade grand marshal for 2019 – are undaunted to show that there will still be “An Unforge…

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Now on display through Friday, Dec. 13, at the Redlands Art Association Sales Gallery and Art Center is the 6” Square Members Show in the Featured Artist Corner.

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Redlands Christmas Parade: 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, downtown Redlands. The event is free to the public. Blankets and chairs are recommended. The parade will feature decorated floats, music and visit from Santa.

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Help spread the cheer this holiday season by providing toys and other donations for Redlands’ 22nd annual Holiday Toy Drive Block Party. Join in the spirit of giving by donating new, unwrapped toys for children between the ages of 4 and 12. Toys may be dropped off through Dec. 7 at the follo…

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Cindy Sullivan, an artist and teacher, was introduced to Redlands and Yucaipa Fidelis chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa by Ann Leonard a member of ADK who is a student in Sullivan’s watercolor class at the Redlands Senior Center on Lugonia Avenue.

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The Creative Writing Department at the University of Redlands welcomes award-winning author Ivy Pochoda as it continues the Visiting Writers’ Series at 4:30 p.m. Dec. 5, in the Hall of Letters 100 on the Redlands main campus. This event is free and open to the public.

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The University of Redlands will continue its annual holiday tradition presenting the 72nd Feast of Lights Dec. 6, 7 and 8 in the Memorial Chapel on the main Redlands campus. This year’s event, which for many is part of their holiday festivities, will include the new “Children’s Feast,” adapt…

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Cupcake and wine pairing: 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, State Street Winery. Pairing Gewürztraminer with a White Berry cupcake, Pinot Noir with a Noir Chocolate Raspberry cupcake, Three Mansions with a Maple Bacon Cabernet cupcake and Chocolicious Port with a Pumpkin Spice cupcake. Twenty-four t…

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The Red Dirt Art Festival has been connecting local artists with the Redlands community through outdoor events. Held each autumn, more than 50 artists continue to gather and share their unique artwork that spans across virtually all media.

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John Jorgenson is a multi-instrumentalist who has played and recorded with the likes of Elton John, The Byrds, Bob Dylan, Brad Paisley, David Lee Roth and even Luciano Pavarotti.

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The Unforgettables Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit based in Redlands and serving all of San Bernardino and Riverside counties, recently was the recipient of a premier golf tournament fundraiser put on by the Tom Pernice Jr. Charities in Murrieta.

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SAN BERNARDINO — Redlands East Valley’s scoring load in the Oct. 30 Citrus Belt League tournament championships against Cajon seemed to flow from one strong-armed shooter to another.

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Imagine that you’re returning to the parking lot from the grocery store only to have a gun pointed at you and told to get into a waiting car immediately. Or that an intruder enters your house in the middle of the night and you’re scared stiff. Would you know what to do?

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The 104th year of Kimberly Juniors is in full swing. Weekly Saturday morning meetings began Aug. 18 and will continue throughout the school year, concluding on May 2. As always, the Kimberly Junior officers begin each meeting with business governed by parliamentary procedure.

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Tickets: Single ticket prices start at $18. A full season subscription of six concerts starts at $81. Save up to 25 percent with a full season or a Pick-4 Subscription, which start at $61.20. Symphony Select cards, which provide six seats to be used in any combination throughout the season b…

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Hike to the R: 7 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, University of Redlands. Hike to the “R” to keep it looking crisp and well defined. Expect a strenuous 60 to 90-minute-long hike up the hill, followed by about two hours of brush clearing work, then hiking back down and ending the day with lunch. There …

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The Redlands Youth Symphony with special guests The MountainTop Strings under the direction of Sharon Rizzo will present a free Veteran’s Day Concert at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, in Memorial Chapel at the University of Redlands.

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There are so many people who are doing special things with their lives, and popular keyboard artist-vocalist Dan Damon happens to be one of them.

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The Spinet Music Club members performing on Oct. 15 at First United Methodist Church in the annual Members' Recital are, from left, seated, Mary Lou Jones, Sally Rehfeldt and Nelda Stuck in piano trio; standing, Sandy Pappas and David Weir, piano soloists; Victoria Batta, flute; Ed Yarnelle,…

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The 40th anniversary of Art, for Heaven’s Sake! featured artists from many disciplines — carpentry, painting, photography, ceramics and music. From Redlands and the surrounding areas, 70 artists set up shop to showcase their work. Among this talented gathering of artisans was native Redlands…

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Sean Friar was born and raised in Los Angeles. He studied music composition and psychology at UCLA where he graduated in 2007. He continued his studies at Princeton University, where he received a master of fine arts and Ph.D. in composition. His primary teachers were Paul Chihara, Paul Lans…

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The city of Redlands joins downtown businesses and more than 100 local artists to present the Downtown Redlands Art Walk from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, on East State Street at 5th Street in Historic Downtown Redlands.  

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On a recent weekend visit to Oak Glen during its prime apple season, David and I had fun tasting, smelling and buying mouth-watering apple pies with sky-high crusts, as well as a few candied caramel apples garnished with chocolate chips.

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Redlands Area Panhellenic Association installed officers at its fall luncheon Oct. 14 at the home of Gloria Moreland on Bow C. They are, from left, front row: Scholarship Chairwoman Whitney Zick, Treasurer Leda Stockton, Assistant Treasurer Cathie Siglow and President Andrea Dill. Back row, …

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On Saturday, Oct. 5, Mansion Memories hosted the last Magical Day for 2019 at the Burrage Mansion. The theme for this year was “Once Upon an Adventure.” These events allow children in crisis and their families a chance to enjoy a day of fun, away from the overwhelming concerns of their situations.

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 Schedule: 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct 19, and 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct 20.