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Temecula United Methodist Annual Craft Faire The 17th Annual Craft Faire of the Temecula United Methodist Church


is being held Saturday, October 25, 2014, from 9:00am to 3:00pm. The church is located at 42690 Margarita Road, Temecula. Sixty plus vendors are offering high quality handcrafted items including


home decor, wood crafts, ceramics, jewelry, candles and fine arts. Used Books and CDs will also be for sale. Live Alpacas to pet and feed are fea- tured. A Continental breakfast and light lunch are available. United Methodist Women will hold a Bake Sale. Admission and parking are free. Proceeds will benefit mission projects in the Temecula Valley. For more information call Temecula United Methodist Church at 951-


676-1800 or visit the website at www.temeculaumc.com. Canyon Lake’s 14th Annual Holiday Boutique


The Boutique will be held on November 8th & 9th from 10AM - 4PM at


the Senior Center, 23307 Canyon Lake Drive at the Main Gate entrance. Sponsored by the Senior Committee. Hand Crafted Items and Baked Goods.


Murrieta Garden Club The Murrieta Garden Club will meet Tuesday Oct. 14th at 9:30 am . We


meet the Murrieta Community Center located at 41816 Juniper Street, Mur- rieta. Garden topic : animal friendly gardening. Please join us. Call Barbara with questions


(951) 677-7310


Chaparral High School Education Center Foundation CHSEF To Host Monthly Bingo Nights- The Chaparral High School Ed-


ucation Foundation (CHSEF) will host monthly bingo nights on October 18, November 15, December 13, January 17, 2015; February 21, March 21, April 18, May 16, June 20, and July 18. in the school’s gymnasium. Doors will open at 5:00 PM, and the first bingo game will start at 6:00 PM. The $20 buy-in fee includes admission and first pack of 10 bingo games Bingo play- ers must be 18 or older. No students, regardless of age, are allowed. For more information, please visit www.chsef.org. Attendees are encouraged to check the website prior to attendance to confirm scheduled dates. CHS is located at 27215 Nicolas Road, Temecula.


Cartooning Classes in Menifee FALL TOONS is the name of the class and it takes place every Wednes-


day night from 5:30 until 7 at the Menifee Community Center located in Wheatfield Park, 30627 Menifee Rd.The class is $49.00 plus a ONE TIME materials fee of $20.00 due to the instructor at the beginning of class.Call Brian Manning, at (951) 294-0796 and I'll reserve that spot for you.


Save the Dates - Events in Wildomar Coffee & Cars Sat 10/4/2014 7am-9am Marna O'Brien Park


Concert in the Park Sat 10/18/2014 6pm-10pm Marna O'Brien Park Trunk - or - Treat Sat 11/1/2014 6pm-10pm Marna O'Brien Park


Visit the City’s website at www.cityofwildomar.org for flyers and updates.


Sign up at www.cityofwildomar.org to receive Special Event Notifications, Agendas, Press Releases, Emergency Notifications, Park Updates and more! For more information, please contact Janet Morales at 951-677-7751 x210


Temecula Valley Garden Club The Temecula Valley Garden Club will meet on Tuesday, October 14 at


9:30 a.m. The program "Landscape Design - How to Get Started with Your Dream Garden" will be presented by Sheri Gift , landscape designer for Arm- strong Garden Center in Temecula. The Garden Club meets at the Commu- nity Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Road, Temecula. Visitors are always welcome. For more information visit temeculavalleygardenclub.com or call 951-677-6390.


Oak Grove Center Golf Classic and So-Cal Chef Open


Two great events, one beautiful day, one worthy cause The 12th annual Oak Grove Center Golf Classic and the 7th annual So-


Cal Chef Open will be held on Oct. 20 at Pechanga Resort & Casino. The event will benefit the non-profit educational and residential center that serves over 200 children at two separate campuses. Proceeds from both events will be directed toward the schools’ athletic and recreation programs. The Oak Grove Center Golf Classic is accepting foursomes and individ-


ual golfers for beautiful day on the breathtaking Journey at Pechanga course. The tournament has a shotgun start at 10 a.m. (registration from 9 to 10


a.m.) and all golfers will receive a box lunch, gift box, tickets to the So-Cal Chef Open. The So-Cal Chef Open will be hosted in the Grand Ballroom at Pechanga


Resort & Casino starting at 4:30 p.m The quality of the food is worth the ticket price alone, but considering this is a competitive event, attendees will be asked to vote for their favorites. Competition is based on presentation, creativity and taste and will be awarded at the tail end of the evening. This year’s group of competing chefs promises to deliver a wide array


of dishes providing a true culinary experience to all ticketholders. Confirmed competitors include: Chef Bracken Blucher (Baily's Old Town Temecula), Chef Steve Bearse (The Grille at Eagle Glen Golf Club), Chef Leone D'Arcan- gelo (Fresco Trattoria & Bar), Chef Mike Newhall (First Class Catering), Chef Rosie O'Connor (Provecho Grill), Chef Michael Cragg (Temecula Catering), Chef Pietro Cinus (Trattoria Toscana), Chefs Neftali Torres & Chef Esaun Torres (Luke's On Front), Executive Chef Damian Stanley (Pechanga Resort & Casino), Chef Tony Xu & Chef John Wu (Yuan Boutique Bistro), Chef Louis Lepe (La Bella Vita), and Chef Richard Bustos (Heart Of The House Catering). For more information on the


Oak Grove Center Golf Classic or the So-Cal Chef Open, visit the Oak Grove Center website at oakgrovecenter.org.


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