Christmas time In The Inland Empire....

I Thought I Would Summarize Some Of The Local Small Town Christmas Activities, Not That They Aren't Important But Rather That There Are So Many Of Them. You Could Spend The Entire Christmas Season Driving Around To The Various Light Displays, Parades And Community Displays And Not Finish Till They Started Taking Them Down In January. I Know Some People Who Will Do That. Go Out Every Night As Much As They Can. So Here Goes.

The Small Community Of Norco Will Hosts Its 4Th Annual Horse Town Parade Of Lights And Winter Festival Starting At The Nellie Weaver Hall, Located At 3737 Crestvill Ave And Travel Along The Main Street Of Town And Turn At The Station At The 15 Freeway.

Activities Will Include A Parade, Awards, Live Entertainment, Food Vendors, A Snow-Play Area And A Chance To Take Photos With Santa Claus.

For More Information Call (951) 270-5632.

In Rancho Cucamonga The RC Historical  Society Will Celebrate The Holidays With Its Annual Fundraiser At The Rains House From 3 To 8: Pm. The Rains House Is Located At 8810 Hemlock St, Which Is North On Vineyard From Foothill Blvd To Where Carnelian Splits With Vineyard. They Will Have Hot Cider, Homemade Cookies, Handmade Ornaments And Traditional Holliday Music Will Be Played. You'll Will Just Have To Ignore The Ghosts Of Christmas Past (That'S A Little Inside Joke There If You Know The Rains House Past History)

Admission Is $2 To $3. And For Additional Information Please Call (909) 989-4970.

In Ontario, The 26Th Annual Christmas Faire Is Coming Up On Euclid Between Holt Avenue And G Street In Downtown Ontario. The Family-Friendly Event Will Include More Than 300 Arts And Craft Vendors, A Classic Car Show, Attractions For Kids, Fire And Police Displays And More. Admission Is Free.

Call (909) 984-2458, For More Information.

And The Rialto Community Players Will Host A Performance By Irish Singer Ken O'Malley At 8 Tonight At The Rcp Playhouse, Located At 150 E. San Bernardino Ave. Tickets Are $18 For General Admission, And $15 For Seniors.

For More Information Call (909) 873-8514.

The Christmas House Is Open On Archibald (9240 Archibald) About 4 Blocks South Of Baseline Going South On Archibald. Now I Have Seen This Home For Years As I Came Home From Work And Even Visited A Few Times And All I Can Say Is If You Have A Chance To Drive By And Stop Or Even Spend The Night You Are In For A Real Treat.

The Beautiful Victorian Home Will Get All Dolled Up For Christmas And Host An Open House On Dec. 14. A Tea At 2 And 4 P.M. A Special Christmas Dinner Will Be Served That Will Cost $20 Per Person. Call (909) 980-6450 For Reservations. The Rest Of The Christmas Season The Lights Will Go On At Sunset And Stay On Till 1:Am In The Morning.

There Is One More Housing Track In North Cucamonga That Is All Dressed Up For The Holidays. And This Is The Thoroughbred Lights Complex Involving Over 200 Homes All Strung Together. It Is One Of The Largest Housing Track Displays In The Inland Empire.

It Is Located Between The Main Streets Of Saphire And Thoroughbred Down To Hill Side. Police And Volunteers Are Ever Present And It Is A Walking Experience. People Are Asked To Park Outside Of The Complex.

That's It For Now. I Am Still Watching And Asking My Friends About New Christmas Light Displays And As I Check Them Out I Will Post Them.

Gary Hall, The Ghostpainter

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we saw the Christmas lights in Rancho up near Saphire the other night. it was freezing cold, but so worth it! they were beautiful.

By Anonymous

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By Anonymous

The Throughbred lights are great.m lived a couple blocks from there for 10 yrs so not great for residents. Also off of Archibald and church there is a house with dancing Christmas lights. And then on 8th ave between carnelian and grove there is a small block lit up as much as Thoroughbred

By Anonymous

Where can I park for Christmas on saphire

By Anonymous

There is some info on where to park for the xMas lights near Sapphire on this page: parking for the Christmas Lights

By iedude

I went to the Thoroughbred lights on 12/23 and let me tell you...go with patience. It took us 2, yes 2 full hours to get to the street where you can start viewing the lights. Unfortunately, by the time we got there, my 2 yr old was no so interested due to being in the car so long. They are beautiful, but like I said, just know before you go especially if you have kids.

By Anonymous

When do the lights at Thoroughbred stop (date wise)?

By Anonymous

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