Raincross Weekend: September 29 – October 2
With the 91 Eastbound closure this weekend, you’ll probably want to stick close to Riverside. Thankfully there are plenty of great opportunities to learn more about the history and landmarks of our amazing city with Explore Riverside Together, a historical book fair, and more!
Raincross Weekend: September 22-25
It’s a good time to do some good in Riverside this weekend, with multiple service projects to volunteer for, or keep flexing those artistic muscles with Paint & Sip and the Riverside Art & Music Festival!
Raincross Weekend: September 15-18
It’s time to get artsy this weekend! Whether taking in a film, creating your own comic book, or enjoying a stage production, there are plenty of events to satisfy your more creative side.
Raincross Weekend: September 8-11
Whether you want to beat the heat with art or lean into it with tamales and entertainment, options abound in Riverside this weekend!
Raincross Weekend: September 2-4
Summer may be winding down, but there’s still plenty to do for the whole family if you’re staying local in Riverside for the holiday weekend - live Disney show for the kiddos, music in the park, and even a discussion about bees.
Raincross Weekend: August 26-28
Yoga, dancing and puppies, it’s all happening on Saturday. Benefiting charities, scholarships and mental and physical health these are some do good to feel good events happening in Riverside.
Raincross Weekend: August 20-21
It’s all about common interests and meetups in Riverside this weekend. Think Club Rush but on a community scale, from members of the LGBT community to Bluegrass and Cosplay there is a meetup for everyone.
Raincross Weekend: August 12-14
Live music after work is a great way to start the weekend at a few places in Riverside. You can beat the heat with a visit to the main library or art museum or get inspired as you listen to community organizers.
Raincross Weekend: August 6-8
Outdoor movies and night markets, this weekend in Riverside it’s all about the family friendly nightlife. With some daytime activities added in that will help beat the heat until the sun sets.
Raincross Weekend: July 23-24
Summer is in full swing in Riverside with a community BBQ hosted at Fairmont Park, a Paint N’ Sip for the 21 and over crowd and a Disney themed event for all ages being held this weekend.
Raincross Weekend: July 3-4
It's all about Independence Day this weekend! Check out different places to watch them, plus a free Sunday concert by the Riverside Philharmonic at the National Cemetery.
Opening Day at The Cheech: Where Chicano art has found its home
On Saturday, Cheech Marin opened the museum that bears his name, inviting the community to enjoy his collection.
Riverside Regatta: A day of smooth sailing on Lake Evans
After two years of Covid downtime, the Riverside Community Sailing Program offered new and experienced racers a fun afternoon on the lake.
Raincross Weekend: June 11-12
This weekend you'll find boats racing on Lake Evans, a Juneteenth celebration from Riverside Community Players, and a fundraiser for a future Charles A. Bibbs African-American Museum and Cultural Center.
Raincross Weekend: May 27-29
This weekend sees the return of the UC Riverside Pow Wow, the final concert of Philharmonic's 2021-2022 season, a West African Doundounba Festival, and camping for beginners.
Raincross Weekend: May 21-22
Visit the new CARB headquarters, hear renowned Riverside author Susan Straight read from her latest book, and tour Frida Kahlo's Mexico City house this weekend.
Weekend Calendar, April 29-May 1
Cars and pets and bugs and treasures on tap this weekend. Plus pancakes.
This Weekend in Riverside
Whether you're in the mood for gardening, craft beers, art or museums, we have you covered for April 22-24.
The 30th Annual Walk with the Animals – Riverside’s only dog walk – to return April 30 at Fairmount Park.
The event, which is the most important fundraising effort that supports the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center, helps provide care for homeless animals serviced by the center.
Behind the scenes: CBU Theatre Arts Department gears for third night of Dorothy, Toto and Oz
Production director, Stacee Tweedlie Willis, details the process from auditions, to dress rehearsals, to opening night and her involvement with the university's current production.