Are there any old Route 66 eateries still around?


We are looking for any eateries still around from the Route 66 heyday, in the Inland Empire. We produce "Food Story" segments for 91.9 KVCR FM. Always on the look out for interesting food stories in the IE.

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Easter Bunny Train


The Easter Bunny will make a stop at Orange Empire Railway Museum March 28-29. Kids will experience the magic of trains and the magic of the Easter Bunny at this incredibly popular annual event. The Easter Bunny will visit on board with each child and give them a special treat. Children will decorate baskets then follow a treasure map to find Easter Eggs. The fun continues with bunny hop potato sack and egg races and much more children’s entertainment. Families can ride trains and trolleys all day.

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123 Farm Sheep Shearing Family Event


This special event will feature Graciano, the sheep shearer, who will demonstrate how the sheep are freed from their warm winter woollies at 123 Farm.
Participants will also be able to see what happens to the fleece once it leaves the
sheep (washing, carding, dyeing, and spinning) and to meet the sixty lambs that
have been born recently.

11 AM TO 2 PM
$12 Adults $8 Students (6-17 years old) FREE for 5 years old and under
10600 Highland Springs Ave., Cherry Valley, CA 92223 Telephone 951-845-1151

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Iron Horse/Family Steampunk Carnivale


Celebrate Steampunk at the second annual Iron Horse/Family Steampunk Carnivale at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris March 21-22. Enjoy a steampunk fashion and turn-of-the-last-century costume contests. Poplock Homes will perform Victorian-flavored hip-hop An evening highlight will be Steam Powered Giraffe, a popular musical pantomime group. Also enjoy a tea on board a dining car, clothing and jewelry vendors and much more. Ride behind a massive steam-powered locomotive, the innovation and technology of the Victorian era.

Contact 951-943-3020.

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