Inaugural Inland Empire Family Fair Kicks Off Community Play Day

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(Montclair, CA) The inaugural Inland Empire Family Fair, presented by First 5 San Bernardino, is set for Saturday, June 18, 2016, at the Chino Basin Water Conservation District, 4594 San Bernardino St, Montclair, CA, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  This brand new event combines an informational and resource parent expo with entertainment and activities for kids 0-5 years old.


At the first Inland Empire Family Fair, event guests can expect keynote speakers on subjects like doulas & midwifery, and post-partum depression. There will also be demos from experts on cloth diapering, proper babywearing and an interactive take-home planting demo from Chino Basin Water Conservation District (CBWCD).


There will also be merchant vendors and informational local resource vendors for new families with infants and young children. Families will enjoy live entertainment, crafts, and activities for kids, like a petting zoo. This baby-friendly event will include features like a diaper changing station and breastfeeding lounge, with a lactation consultant.


Admission is free for adults and children. First 200 guests will receive a goodie bag with discount coupons and other goodies. Each admission receives an opportunity drawing ticket for a chance to win prizes, such as an Ergobaby baby carrier and more!


“We are so excited to work with First 5 San Bernardino to launch the first ever Inland Empire Family Fair. We felt that with our platform and network we were in a great position to showcase local resources that can benefit families in our region. Plus, this event gives us another opportunity to donate to a local non-profit organization and help our community. We can’t wait to share this experience with the families of the Inland Empire,” said Su Pak event creator and founder of “The Inland Empire Good Time Guide.”


The Inland Empire Family Fair is sponsored by First 5 San Bernardino and Chino Basin Water Conservation District, and produced by, a local lifestyle website sharing events, attractions and things to do in the Inland Empire. Sponsorship opportunities and vendor booths are still available. Information at


For more information call: Alazzia Gaoay @ (909) 285-9120 or go to


23rd Annual Run Whatcha Brung Car Show & Cruise Night

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This weekend is going to be like every other weekend this summer in the Inland Empire full of fun.

The fun were showing off in this post is the 23rd Annual Run Whatcha Brung Car Show & Cruise Night. This car show is the annual kick off to the summer car shows here in Southern California as well as one of the only shows that opens up registration to anyone who wants to show off their ride. Normally cars are limited to sports cars or classic cars but the Rialto Rotary club wanted something that was cool, unique and allowed everyone to enjoy the weekend the way they wanted to.

Years past the Friday night before the car show were held at the Rialto Airport where the cars would park cruise and take part in contests like burn out and open header. The Friday night event got everyone ready for an awesome day in Downtown Rialto for the Show & Shine on Saturday.

Well insurance costs and the cities decision to close the Airport killed off the Friday Night event. In an effort to bring back the fun of Friday Night activities and to showcase Route 66 that cuts right through the heart of town city Administrator Mike Story and the Rotary Club came up with the idea of a Cruise Night on Route 66. A lot of work and resources go into shutting down Foothill Blvd but the task has proved to be well worth the effort with attendance growing each and every year.

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Victor who comes from Pomona every year says that “this is what movies show Route 66 used to look like when our parents used to cruise the local streets on weekend nights”

What else is awesome is local businesses like Coffee Nutz/Cone Creamery, Brothers Pizza, KFC and Baskin Robins capitalize on the boom in people walking up and down the street in Rialto on a warm summer night and bring out speakers and fun for all ages. One of the businesses that has looked to create a safe yet fun place for local teens Coffee Nutz brought out an import night last year working with Inland Empire Youth 4 today. This year the owner of the coffe/ice cream shop is teaming up with local hip hop icon and graffiti artist Wet Paint Larry who is popular for his Sloppy Parlor apparel and positive modeling of how to be Rialto Proud for youth in the region.

Another great addition to this years cruise is Lighting McQueen will be making an appearance at Ned’s Hardware at 312 West Foothill

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