Learn about events happening in and around our neighborhood in the Tri-Community
The List What’s going on, in and around the Tri-Community Compiled by staff Events are open to the public
Certified Farmers Markets & Food Banks EVERY FRIDAY • Wrighwood: from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Comm. Bldg, 1275 Hwy 2,Wrightwood. EBT accepted. EVERY MONDAY • Phelan & Pinon Hills: from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Located at Phelan CSD lot at Sheep Creek & Warbler, Phelan. EBT accepted. FOOD BANK • 2nd & 4th TUESDAY 2/14 & 2/28 Phelan at Junipero Serra, 8820 Sheep Creek Rd. 11am to 2pm • TUESDAYS New Life Church, 4231 Phelan Rd. 2 pm to 4 pm • 3rd SATURDAY 2/18 Wrightwood at the Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church, Acorn & Lark. 10:00am on the 3rd Saturday. • 4th SATURDAY 2/25 Phelan/Pinon Hills residents at the Phelan Senior Center, 4128 Warbler, Phelan, 7:00am to 10:00am
ACTIVITIES & MEETINGS
Mount Baden Powell Hike Sat, Sept. 23rd. Volunteers of the Angeles National Forest invite you to one of their hikes. This 8 miles roundtrip hike to Mount Baden is labeled strenuous. Location starts at Grassy Hollow Visitor Station. Reservation required. Please email us at email@example.com.
Morrell Staff - Phelan Office Hours Tue. Sept. 26, 2017 9 a.m. to noon. District staff from the office of State Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) will hold office hours at the Phelan Piñon Hills Community Services District office. Constituents can stop by to discuss statewide or community issues as well as seek help with problems they may be having with state agencies. Appointments are encouraged and can be made by contacting the District Office at (909) 919-7731. Mobile office hours are held at the Phelan Piñon Hills Community Services District office, 4176 Warbler Rd. Phelan, CA 92371 on the last Tuesday of the month. A full district-wide schedule can be found online at www.senate.ca.gov/Morrell
Pine Needle Basket Class Sat. Sept. 30 | 10 am (for adults) Back by popular demand! Learn to make your own beautiful pine needle baskets! Free class, limited space. Some supplies needed. Please email us for more information and to place your reservation: firstname.lastname@example.org Grassy Hollow Visitor Center. Leader: Tree Webb, VANF
Light Up Wrightwood Spaghetti Dinner Sat., Sept.30, 2017 CANCELLED Committee has reached their goal for the decorations and lighting for the holiday tree. Thank you to all who helped. The tree will be beautiful!
Wrightwood 16th Annual Ice Cream Social Sunday October 1 The Wrightwood Property Owners Assoc. invites everyone to enjoy a dish of ice cream as you visit with your neighbors. at the Wrightwood Community Building. Sponsored, as always by the Wrightwood Property Owners Association, the Social will again feature the superb music of John Burcher and his friends with a variety of music! Along with the music the Social provides plenty of ice cream, a variety of toppings, homemade cookies, and cold drinks for everyone. Remember, this event is FREE and EVERYONE is invited. Bring your friends and neighbors to hear wonderful music, enjoy the ice cream and other treats, and mingle with friends old and new. Weekenders, this is an excellent opportunity to meet full-time residents. They are always in need of helpers to set up/take down and serve. Helpers may arrive around 12:30.
Wrightwood Chili Cook-off & Salsa tasting contest Sat. Oct. 7 | 8 am - 2 pm Location: Wrightwood Community Building, Vivan Null Park & Parking lot. 1275 HWY 2. Wrightwood Chamber of Commerce invites contestants to join the fun. Rules can be found at their website: www.wrightwoodchamber.org. Guests may purchase a chili tasting kit, which gives them a change to taste all chili and vote for their favorite in five categories. Salsa tasting kits are also available for purchase. Tasting starts at noon and is gone in an hour so get there early. There will be entertainment, a jalopino eating contest and a beer garden, and refreshments for purchase. Volunteers, contestants and supporting sponsors are needed to make 2017 event a success. Interested individuals should contact Renee Merline at: email@example.com for details of volunteer duties and a registration form. The deadline for Cooks’ registration is Friday, September 30.
Wrightwood’s Willy/Jeep Day CORRECT DATE Sat. Oct. 7 | 9 am - 2 pm Location: Wrightwood Village along Park Drive sponsored by the West Coast Willys. This noncompetitive event is purely for enjoyment. No registration or fee is required to participate. Classic Willys trucks, station wagons, 40s & 50s military and civilian Jeeps, Commandos, CJs, Jeepsters, TJs, LJs, and YJs are always represented. West Coast Willys is a club open to anyone who has a vehicle or an interest in Willys or Jeep. Visit www.westcoastwillysclub.com for details.
FREE Flu Shot Sat. Oct. 14 | 1 pm - 3 pm Location: Pinon Mesa Middle School, 9298 Sheep Creek Rd., Phelan. Guidelines: Flu shot will be provided to Adult men, women, senior citizens and regnant women. Children 3 years and older, a parent or guardian must accompany children under 18 years of age. Children under 9 years old, may require two (2) doses of flu vaccine (4-weeks apart) based on prior vaccinaation history. For more info contact SBCo. Dept of Public Health, (909) 252-4406
Bingo Night Sat., Oct. 14, 5:30pm Timberline Lions brings another nigh of Bingo. The event is open to the public. Doors open at 5:30 PM. Bingo starts at 6:00 PM. There are cash pay-outs for every game. Snacks, soft drinks and daubers are available for purchase and coffee is free.
Phelan Phamily Phun Day Friday, Saturday, Sunday Oct. 13, 14 & 15 Located at Sheep Creek Road and Warbler Friday night the main stage will present the live music from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Carnival opens at 6 p.m. and stays open until 9:00 p.m. Saturday: the Fire Explorers will be cooking a pancake breakfast at the Community Center 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday: The Parade starts at 9 a.m. on Phelan Road starting at Johnson Road, with a variety of parade entries; horses, trailers, cars, marching bands, colorful floats, Girl Scouts and Boy and much more. The Car Show will feature classic automobiles, trucks and specialty vehicles. Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The festival will feature a live entertainment, performances by local dance and music groups. There will be carnival rides, petting zoo, children’s games, a beer garden and the Dusty Spurs equestrian group will also return with a Gymkhana, Cowboy Obstacle Challenge, and Western Dressage Playday. To learn more visit www.phelanchamber.info or call them at 760-868-3291.
VETERAN’S GRADUATION & DINNER Wed. Oct. 18 | 4 am - 7 pm The 22nd Annual High Desert Veterans Dinner will honor U.S. veterans during the special ‘Graduation/Concert and Dinner’ at Serrano High School, 4:15-7pm.with a special show in the Performing Arts Center (PAC) starting at 4:15pm. FREE (Limited). Tickets available at Heritage School, Pinon Mesa Middle School, Serrano High, Quail Valley Middle School, McDonald’s-Phelan, Pizza Factory-Phelan, DCB Bank- Phelan. Dinner will be served in the gymnasium 5:30 p.m. The dinner also features live entertainment that adds to the atmosphere. Veterans and one guest will be treated to a dinner and will be served by Snowline students. If you wish to help Todd with the next program you can donate at the go-fund-me website at:www.gofundme .com/hdvetdinner
Firemen’s Ball At Big Pine Hall Sat. Oct. 21 | 5 pm - 10 pm This coming month, you will have the opportunity to be part of making history once again as the Big Pines Hall doors open. On October 21, 2017, the Hall will come alive for a very special event: The annual Firemen’s Ball, hosted by the Timberline Lions Club, returns to the Hall, featuring live music, dinner, and dancing. The public can enjoy a Saturday night dance as the Hall was designed for back in 1928. The excitement is building with around 150 visitors expecting to attend this splendid event. The menu includes Tri-tip, salad, vegetables, dessert, wine and beer will be served for a donation. A silent auction of local artist work and certificates from local merchants will cap-off the event. The Firemen’s Ball charity event tickets are on sale now. The committee decided to sell tickets for $27 per person (it is a charity event) and a table of 10 for $250, with the proceeds to benefit the local emergency and safety charities. Before the tickets are sold out, contact the Mountaineer Progress office at (760) 249-3245. Online ticket purchases are available through www.eventbrite.com/d/worldwide/firemen’s-ball-wrightwood- ca/?crt=regular &sort=best. The National Forest set a limited number of guests inside the Historical Big Pines Hall. Reserve your seat early before they are sold out.
Snowline Players’ Macabaret Sat. Oct. 21 | 7:30 pm Killer performances, costume contest, raffle, potions and treats! $12 at the door, open seating. Wrightwood Community Building, 1275 Hwy 2, Wrightwood. snowlineplayers.org
Camp Wrightwood Fall Festival Fri, Oct 27 | 3-7 p.m. Celebrate the start of the beautiful fall season with a community fall festival with hay rides, music, food, vendors and the ablaze of fall colors. Held at the Wrightwood Camp, 1401 Linnett, Wrightwood. Festivalgoers will partake in many enjoyable things and there will be a variety of kid-friendly activities, entertainment, hay rides, BBQ, carnival games, children crafts, face painting, bake sale. Admission is FREE. The pumpkin patch is slated to run October 14th-31st!
Bingo Night Sat., Oct. 28, 5:30pm Wrightwood Chamber of Commerce brings another nigh of Bingo. The event is open to the public. Doors open at 5:30 PM. Bingo starts at 6:00 PM. There are cash pay-outs for every game. Snacks, soft drinks and daubers are available for purchase and coffee is free.
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