Tamale fans can rejoice in the fact that the
Riverside Tamale Festival is back for a second year of entertainment, family fun, contests, and of course, tamales!
The festival will take place once again at White Park,
3936 Chestnut St., in downtown Riverside.
The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, March 19.
Talk about timely.
Hot on the heels of last week’s 5.1 temblor in La Habra and this week’s deadly Chilean earthquake,
Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour has created a Rocky Road Quake Shake, made with chocolate ice cream and a marshmallow swirl and topped with whipped cream, almonds and a cherry.
Through Sunday (April 6), the chain is donating 100% of the sales of the $4.99 dessert to the
American Red Cross
A Hawaiian pizza is the latest weapon in the fight against cystic fibrosis.
The pie, a creation of a 10-year-old named Harry, is made with red sauce, mozzarella, ham, pineapple and cilantro.
You see, Harry’s friend, Morgan Johnson, 12, is battling the disease.
Pieology Pizzeria is using Harry’s pizza to raise funds to help his friend and other folks in the same situation.
Through June 1, Pieology is donating 15% of all sales of Mo Jo’s Hawaiian Pizza to the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
We’ve been tracking the progress of several new eateries in Upland’s Colonies Crossroads, with Panera Bread, Pick Up Stix and Chipotle opening in recent months.
The latest is just about to open.
The Inland Empire’s newest
Habit Burger Grill will officially open to the public at 10:30 a.m. on April 2, but the restaurant will host three fundraisers before that date.
The whole family can satisfy their sweet tooth at Saturday’s
Take the Cake Bake Off Saturday (March 15) at San Manuel Stadium, 280 S. E St., in San Bernardino.
Sixty bakers are expected to bake cupcakes, cookies and cake pops for the event, which is being produced by Redlands’
Cakewalk Cake & Candy Supplies.
It will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Just found out
via Facebook that the Etiwanda Roadhouse is hosting a fundraiser for 28 year old Heather Deiderich, a mother of three who was just diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Close friends and family are raising money to help the Deiderich family.
Jersey Mike’s Subs’ Month of Giving has begun!
All this month, the sandwich shop will be collecting donations for various charities.
Here in the Inland Empire, the chain is again pairing with
Steven’s Hope for Children, an organization that provides housing and other essentials for families with seriously ill or injured kids.
In the rest of the L.A. basin, the beneficiary is the
Talbert Family Foundation, a group that provides financial support for families of sick kids.
It’s that time again!
Time to eat pancakes and help out local
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
The day is tomorrow (March 4) and the place is your local
For those of you who are unaware, it’s a really simple fundraiser.
You probably read about the San Bernardino
Domino’s Pizza worker who was shot and killed last week.
The location where she worked —
1644 E. Highland Ave., #101 — is hosting a fundraiser today (February 19).
The franchise owner will donate 100% of sales to the Nelly Kantun Memorial Fund, and her co-workers are donating their time to make the fundraiser a reality.
Hot on the heels of the
Apple Valley Jersey Mike’s Subs opening, another new location is opening Wednesday (February 19) with a fundraiser.
The new San Dimas
Jersey Mike’s Subs distributed 3,000 coupons good for a free regular sub with a minimum $1 donation. Proceeds will benefit Gladstone, Ekstrand, Shull and Allen Avenue elementary schools.
The fundraiser will last through Sunday (February 23).
The new Jersey Mike’s,
466 N. Lone Hill Ave., will be open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.