Things To Do This Weekend | Inland Empire Weekend Events 2/7/14-2/9/14

Things To Do This Weekend | Inland Empire Weekend Events 2/7/14-2/9/14

This week we want to put the spotlight on the City of San Bernardino art and music scene.  There are several art galleries in town featuring photography and artifacts from around the world for a limited time only.  If you are planning on attending the Snowed in With Kingston event we also recommend you head up to the mountain early.  Big Bear is a busy place, especially if there is a big event.

Photo Credit: Mexican Consulate/ Nicolas Triedo

Photo Credit: Mexican Consulate/ Nicolas Triedo

  • Ebano – A Photographic Exhibit: The “Ebano” exhibit by Mexican photographer Nicolas Triedo at the National Orange Show Art Gallery in San Bernardino celebrates African heritage in Mexico.  (San Bernardino, CA)
Photo Credit: Orange Railway Museum

Photo Credit: Orange Railway Museum

  • Orange Railway Museum:  The non-profit Orange Empire Railway Museum has been preserving Southern California’s railway history since 1956. Home to over 200 historic railway cars and locomotives from Los Angeles and the West, the museum’s 90-acre site in Perris, California.  Family approved.
  • Temecula Valley MuseumThe Many Faces of George Washington exhibit.  January 11 – February 16 (Temecula, CA)
  • Music to My Eyes exhibit:   David Edward Byrd: Posters and Music Related Designs 1968-Now Cost: FREE. $3 donation recommended  (San Bernardino, CA)
  • Treasures of Ancient Egypt exhibit: Greeks in the Boot: Greek Influences in the Italian Peninsula as Reflected in the Pottery of Various Regions, ca. 800-200 B.C. Cost: FREE. $3 donation recommended  (San Bernardino, CA)
  • The Permanent Collection:  The largest, most comprehensive photographic center in the West features four sub-collections: the Bingham Technology Collection, University Print Collection, the UCR/California Museum of Photography Study Center Library Collection, and the Digital Virtual Collectio  Cost:    (Riverside, CA)
  • Sentry: Works by Joe Biel:  The museum exhibition featuring a series of large-scale, two-dimensional drawings on paper and a monumental drawing installation specifically produced for the Culver Center of the Arts.
  • The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley: Stanley Lambchop is a normal boy in all respects who wants to do something amazing. One night, the bulletin board above his bed falls right on top of him – and he wakes up flat!


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