We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

If you have an event you'd like to list on the site, submit it now!

editor's pick

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.

editor's pick

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, …

editor's pick

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.

editor's pick

 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.

editor's pick

24th annual San Manuel Pow Wow: All day Friday, Oct. 11, to Sunday Oct. 13, Cal State San Bernardino.  From Montana to the Dakotas and Alaska to Canada, the best dancers, drummers and artisans from across North America will gather to celebrate their culture and spiritual roots at the 24th an…

editor's pick

Her daughter introduced Diana Handy to the joys of theater. And it was theater that helped console Diana when she lost her daughter.

editor's pick

Redlands Oktoberfest: Noon Saturday, Oct. 5, Sylvan Park. Event sponsor is Anheuser-Busch, which will provide a number of popular beers, including the authentic Munich-Based Spaten brand. Local craft brews also will be available. There will be activities for kids. Tickets tickettailor.com

editor's pick

Highland has a new novelist in 16-year-old Citrus Valley High School student Satwik Pattanaik who wrote “Rogue,” a spy thriller that he is using to benefit those in need of eye surgeries.

editor's pick

“Murder on the Nile,” a classic Agatha Christie mystery, and the local musical group Plum Nelly will be the featured entertainment at the American Association of University Women Redlands’ 26th annual Footlighters Theater event set for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at 1810 Barton Road, Redlands.

editor's pick

The Museum of Redlands hosted its first music recital when Lois Musmann on harpsichord and Kristen Cameron on concert grand harp performed a program of Renaissance music for The Spinet music organization’s annual fall dinner meeting Sept. 17.

editor's pick

Wonderland Tea Party: 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, Kimberly Crest. Join the Mad Hatter Tea Party followed by merry activities. Tickets are $35 per person at kimberlycrest.org

editor's pick

Spinet president Sandy Pappas invited members to announce upcoming music events in which they participate:

editor's pick

The Gray Arrow District, Boy Scouts of America, has recognized Shirley Harry of Redlands as the new District’s 2019 Distinguished Citizen.

editor's pick

Copehouse Bar & Bistro, going on its third year, is found at the heart of downtown Redlands in the 1903 Cope building along Orange Street Alley.

editor's pick

Thomas Melton II and Daniel Esperante will perform in concert at Trinity Episcopal Church at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, featuring all Baroque pieces for organ/harpsichord and flute by Bach, Telemann, Böhm and Handel.

editor's pick

Remember Dan Clark’s “Chicken Soup” story about 87-year-old Rose, who, when asked why she was in college, jokingly replied, “I’m here to meet a rich husband, get married and have a couple of kids.”

editor's pick

Exploring the economic realities of cacao farmers in the Amazon region of Peru, the documentary “Setting the Bar: A Craft Chocolate Origin Story,” shown on Monday, Sept. 9, at the Fox Events Center, in downtown Redlands.

editor's pick

Dick Dixon of Cherry Valley recently joined a group of plein air artist friends from the Redlands Art Association using the Lincoln Memorial Shrine as that morning's subject to paint using oils, and sitting in the shade.

“Redlands is such a generous community! Wherever there is a need, this community reaches out to help meet that need,” exclaimed Pat Williams, founder of Angels’ Closet Charities, which helps serve the clothing needs of boys and girls in the Redlands middle schools and high schools.

editor's pick

Redlanders can escape to another time with Open Door Escape Games. Owners Angela and Matt Andrews pride themselves on having the most realistic games in Redlands.

The Redlands Unified School District has announced an amendment to its policy for serving meals to students under the National School Lunch/School Breakfast Programs for the 2019-20 school year.

The summer edition of the Inland Empire Almanac, a periodic live, variety show, hosted by “Phillosophically Speaking” columnist and blogger Phill Courtney (phillosophicallyspeaking.com) will be staged at 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, at the Center for Spiritual Living, 602 N. Church St. in Redlands.

editor's pick

With sweltering summer temperatures, the last thing any of us want to know is that there is a homeless newborn with unsheltered parents living in a nearby ravine. Such was the case before the HOPE team arrived at the scene in Highland mid–July — one of the hottest months of the year.

editor's pick

To satisfy the needs of thousands of professionals who commute to the region, a new high-end living community could soon arrive in Redlands.

editor's pick

Redlands hangout spot Escape Craft Brewery hosted its own TikiFest on Saturday, July 13, complete with Polynesian dancers, Hawaiian food and a tiki market.

Community photographers are invited to enter the upcoming Redlands Art Association exhibit — no membership required. No matter what camera you use: Cell phone, drone camera, professional DSLRs… all are welcome.

editor's pick

Lindsay Deutsch, the featured performer at last week’s Grand Finals of the Young Artists Concerto Competition, brought out her violin made in 1832 at the first children’s workshop of the Redlands Summer Music Festival and played the theme song from “The Flinstones.”