The March Aviation Society is hosting its first brew fest Saturday, November 9, at the March Field Air Museum.
Attendees will be able to sample from more than a dozen Inland Empire breweries (and a few others) at the event.
You gotta have food to soak up all that beer, so the organizers have scheduled nine food trucks for your dining pleasure.
General admission tickets are $35 (plus a $2.92 service fee if purchased online) and grant you admission from 1 to 5 p.m., live entertainment by the ’80z All-Stars and DJ Steveo, and 15 four-ounce beer samples.
Food trucks will be returning to downtown Riverside in another food truck rally tomorrow (October 22).
The event will again take place in the parking lot of the County Administration Center, 4080 Lemon St. It will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., though some trucks won’t be available ’til 10 a.m.
Organizers have scheduled 20 trucks, compared to about a dozen trucks recruited for the original (well-attended) rally back in June.
The event coincides with the county’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
The county is investigating changing Ordinance No. 580, which pertains to food trucks, which bans most hot food trucks. Riverside County is currently the only county in the state which bans the trucks from operating on a daily basis.
This is one brewery event that is going to the dogs.
Incidentally, it’s going to the cats as well.
Riverside’s Packinghouse Brewing Company is using its third anniversary event to raise funds for the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center.
The 21-and-over event will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday (October 5) at the brewery, 6124 Central Ave., Suite 101-A.
The “Hops & Hounds *” fundraiser will feature a beer garden (obviously), plus food trucks and live bands.
Riverside’s Salted Pig will have an Allagash Brewing Company tap takeover tomorrow (October 1).
A dozen Allagash beers will be available on tap and in the bottle.
The event begins at 11 a.m. and will run through midnight.
Flights consisting of four five-ounce draft pours will be available for $18. Full pours will also be available.
The city of Riverside is the end of the line for the 2,500-mile Fireball Run Adventurally, a combination road race, trivia game, online reality show and missing children awareness campaign.
The race will end its run with a free event tomorrow from noon to 6 p.m. in downtown Riverside.
The event will include a car show with Hollywood, exotic and classic cars, live music, a kids zone, a wine and brew fest, food trucks and food specials from downtown eateries.
Fighting childhood cancer has never been so sweet!
Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour restaurants have teamed up with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for a delicious fundraiser.
Through the end of September, stop by any Farrell’s location and order one of two special sundaes — both created by a group of young cancer survivors — and Farrell’s will donate 100% of the proceeds from the sale of your dessert to the organization.
The funds will be used to support the group’s mission to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and to improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
Häagen-Dazs scoop shops are celebrating having one million Facebook fans by giving them an extra scoop today.
One million Facebook fans? Geez…we were happy when we reached 1,000!
You’ll have to say the secret word, which can be found here. We’re not gonna spoil the surprise.
Brace yourself for a severe case of happyitis!
Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour is celebrating its 50th anniversary on Friday (September 13), but the gifts are going to its guests that day.
Farrell’s will be serving up four of its original sundaes at their original 1963 prices, with the purchase of an adult entrée.
In the works since last year, Riverside’s D Dogs is finally open!
The downtown eatery focuses on gourmet hot dogs (natch) and sausages and burgers, plus wings, fries, salads and other sides.
Oh, and they have 38 beer taps.
Since San Bernardino County overturned its ban on food trucks a little over a year ago, Riverside County has been the sole remaining county to still ban them from operating on a daily basis.
That may soon change.
County Supervisor Kevin Jeffries is starting a push to overturn the ban, and he’s leading by doing.
There will be a food truck “rally” Tuesday (June 25) at the County Administrative Center at 4080 Lemon St. in downtown Riverside.