Etiwanda Community Church Fall Craft Fair
Being held at this years Etiwanda Founder’s Day
NOVEMBER 15, 2014
Crafters and Small home based businesses wanted
Spaces are available for a donation of $10
All proceeds to benefit missions.
For more information call the Etiwanda Community Church at 909-921-5989 or email@example.com
The League of American Bicyclists honors Rancho Cucamonga with the Bronze level award of a Bicycle Friendly Community. Rancho Cucamonga is committed to continuing the progress and working its way to the higher levels. The city currently has almost 50 miles of bike trials, with more than 100 miles planned. Trails, designated routes and community education will make Rancho Cucamonga a friendly and safe place to ride. Congratulations Rancho Cucamonga! Keep up the good work.
Etiwanda Depot is celebrating 100 years Saturday, January 25, 2014. The Depot will be open to tour from 10am to 2pm with displays and information about the historic depot and the Pacific Electric system. The Pacific Electric system is the right-away that now makes up the Pacific Electric Trail with 21 miles of paved and gravel paths running from Rialto to Claremont. The Depot recently got a new roof and awning like you see in the picture, but they are still deciding on it’s best use for the future. The Friends of the Pacific Electric Trail are conducting a survey at their website, if you have a good idea let them know. www.petrail.org
7089 Etiwanda Ave. Rancho Cucamonga CA 91739
Come check it out on Saturday, for the best experience use the trail – walk, run, ride your bike, ride your horse.
Santa will be ready on the porch of the Chaffey-Garcia House from 9am to noon, Saturday December 7th. Bring your own camera and just a $5 donation. They are planning crafts and cookies also.
7150 Etiwanda Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
Presented by the Etiwanda Historical Society.
Saturday, November 23, 2013 – 11am to 4pm
Only $2 admission
Chaffey-Garcia House, 7150 Etiwanda Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
For more information: 909-899-8432 or www.etiwandaHistoricalsociety.org
Always a great day with lots of family fun activities, some have a nominal fee. You also get to tour the other historical buildings in Etiwanda.
What is the next best thing to books? How about food? I was sad to see Borders book store go, but it looks like we have a restaurant moving into that location at Victoria Gardens. It is BRIO tuscan grille. There are a couple in Las Vegas and Phoenix, but this is the first one in California. Pictures on the website make the food really look tasty. They offer gluten free pasta and will also serve Brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Check out their website: www.brioitalian.com