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Hosted By The Kiwanis Club of Redlands "Noon"

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Sunday April 27th, 2014

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RUN THROUGH REDLANDS

APRIL 27th 2014

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First 3 Weekends in May

Great All-American Youth Circus Annual Show!

Founded in 1929 by then YMCA Director Roy Coble, a former Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey performer, the Great All-American Youth Circus (aka Great Y Circus) is a unique tradition in Redlands, California. Billed as the oldest community circus in the world and one of only a handful of programs like it in the United States, the Great Y Circus started small and has grown to include over 300 participants of all ages who learn circus skills in classes held at the YMCA from September through April. Small performances are given throughout the year before a variety of audiences, but our end-of-season show, held in Coble Gym at the Redlands YMCA during the first three weekends in May each year, is our crowning glory. This year's shows are scheduled as follows:

Fridays: May 2nd, 9th & 16th at 7:00pm
Saturdays: May 3rd & 10th and 17th at 5:00pm
Sundays: May
4th, 11th & 18th at 3:00pm

Tickets will be available at the Redlands YMCA beginning April 21st.
Adults: $15.00
Youth: $10.00  (Youth = ages 3-12. Under the age of 3 ~ FREE if child sits on parents lap. Please NO strollers or infant seats.)

For more information visit: ycircus.org.  Phone 909-793-9622 or email to: mramiro@ymcaeastvalley.org

 

 

May 24 - 25, 2014 Saturday and Sunday

Memorial Day Weekend 


Our Second Annual Festival 

Our first festival in 2013 was a great success, attracting over 150 exhibiting artists and more than 7000 art lovers. We expect a large increase for 2014.

The Redlands Festival of Arts will include both visual and performing arts. The visual arts will include a juried art show with $6,000 in prizes and  a variety of  both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works. 

The Festival will also feature a Kids' Zone with art activities, a special exhibit of historical art, a museum of President Abraham Lincoln history and artifacts, and a Wine & Beer Garden / Food Truck Midway.

Admission to all events is free.

The Festival is sponsored by the Redlands Festival of Arts Committee in cooperation with the Redlands Art Association

Festival Events

Festival hours
The festival will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 24th, and Sunday, May 25th.

Location
Smiley Park in Redlands, California. The park surrounds the A.K. Smiley Public Library, 125 W. Vine St., Redlands, the Redlands Bowl and the Police Annex (Old City Hall), located across Vine Street from the Library.

Artist booths
Booths of more than 150 artists from the Redlands area and from throughout California and neighboring states will be featured. Artists will exhibit their work and offer it for sale. Many of the artists will be competing for more than $6,000 in prizes in a juried art competition.

For artists only: Artists should access Zapplication.org for more information and application instructions  Booth setup will take place
on Friday, May 23rd.

Kidís Zone
Children of all ages may attend art activities in the Childrenís Garden of the Smiley Public Library with access through the gate to the park. Kidís Zone will be offered from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and and Sunday. Children must be accompanied by one parent. Kids and their parent my come and go at any time during Kidís Zone hours. All necessary art materials will be provided by the Festival.

Historical Art Show
The A.K. Smiley Public Library will stage an exhibit of historical artwork in the Assembly Room of the library during Festival hours.
The artwork will depict scenes of Redlands and the Southern California area. Many of the pieces have been stored in library archives and have never been exhibited before. The Assembly Room may be accessed through a library door facing the park.

Lincoln Shrine
Exhibits at the Lincoln Memorial Shrine will be open during festival hours. The Shrine houses the largest collection of President Abraham Lincoln artifacts and memorabilia west of the Mississippi River. The Shrine is located in a separate building in Smiley Park behind the main library building.

Wine & Beer Garden / Food Truck Midway
Local beers and wines will be featured in a Wine & Beer Garden in a fenced area near the Lincoln Memorial Shrine. The hospitality area will also include within the fenced area a Food Truck Midway with offerings ranging from hamburgers and pizza to lobster and sushi. Patrons 21 years of age and older will receive a wristband upon entering the fenced area allowing them to purchase and consume wine and beer. Patrons without a wrist band (under 21 years of age) may not purchase, consume or even hold alcoholic beverages. There will be no charge to enter the Wine & Beer Garden / Food Truck Midway.

Festival Central
A festival information booth and operations center will be located at the southeast corner of the library.

Visit http://www.redlandsfestivalarts.com/ for more information.

 

 


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The Kiwanis Club of Redlands (Noon).

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