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2005 Fair Competition Handbooks  Now available at the fairgrounds office, 14800 7th St, Victorville, from the Daily Press at 13891 Park Ave, Victorville, and online. Entries must be submitted by April 2nd. The fair begins May 7. For more information, call 951-2212.

Jazz Photo Exhibit Victor Valley Museum Art Gallery, 11873 Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley; open Wed-Sat 10am-4pm; Sunday noon-4pm; Admission $4. Reception Feb 5th. Live Jazz bands every Saturday noon-3pm.

 

Monday, February 28, 2005

8th Annual Roy Rogers and Dale Evans  Western Film Festival in Victorville, CA. (February 26-28)  The festival will provide a thrilling opportunity for fans to come together and see Roy and Trigger gallop across the big screen, fighting for truth and justice in the Old West, as they did in their heyday in the 40’s and 50’s, when Roy was the number one ranked cowboy star at the box office for more than ten straight years!
On Monday, February 28th, visit Roy's former Double R Bar Horse Ranch nearby for a Day at the Ranch.
Thanks to the Happy Trails Childrens Foundation .
See you same time next year in Victorville.

 

Sunday, February 27, 2005


8th Annual Roy Rogers and Dale Evans  Western Film Festival in Victorville, CA. (February 26-28)  The festival will provide a thrilling opportunity for fans to come together and see Roy and Trigger gallop across the big screen, fighting for truth and justice in the Old West, as they did in their heyday in the 40’s and 50’s, when Roy was the number one ranked cowboy star at the box office for more than ten straight years!
On Monday, February 28th, visit Roy's former Double R Bar Horse Ranch nearby for a Day at the Ranch.
Thanks to the Happy Trails Childrens Foundation .
See you same time next year in Victorville.

Adelanto Grand Prix 2005 Race (Motorcycles) The largest grand prix in the US. Over 2,000 riders and 30,000 spectators. No gate fee or camping fee.  Free Admission.
$15,000 Pro-Race Saturday purse!
$2,000 Pro Quad Race Purse
$3,000 Team Pro Race Purse!

Hesperia Wranglers Gymkhana Clinic   Free, goes from 9-11am, followed by barrel races. New members and visitors welcome. Applications and information packets will be available at the clinic. For information, call Tom at 244-7174.

Red Carpet Fundraiser  4pm at Coconuts Night Club, 12152 Cottonwood Ave, Victorville. Walk a red carpet, surrounded by cheering fans and paparazzi. Enjoy buffet, dancing, movie trivia games, contests, complimentary photo and champagne glass. Tickets are $40/person or $60/couple. Black tie or tux. Hosted by Friends of the Victorville Library. Proceeds to benefit a new library technology center. Call 245-4222 for information.

Michael's Arts & Crafts Classes   1:00pm-3:00pm Quick Water Floral Decor: See how to use Quick Water to create an elegant floral arrangement in a vase.  Free.  Michael's Arts & Crafts, 12353 Mariposa Rd, Ste C-2, Victorville. 955-2455.

Orange Kellin’s New Orleans Blue Serenaders   Victor Valley Community Concert Association. 760-946-0183. Featuring Vernel Bagneris and talent fresh from Broadway. Sounds of the Big-Easy, New Orleans. From the Broadway production of One Mo’ Time, music arranger and clarinetist Orange Kellin brings a trio of hot New Orleans musicians – piano, clarinet and percussion – to play the elegant, thrilling and undeniably infectious Big Easy sounds. Joining Orange and his trio is the creator and director of One Mo’ Time, Vernel Bagneris, acting, singing and dancing the irresistible, dazzling, show-stopping numbers from that show plus many more.Victor Valley College Performing Arts Center, 18422 Bear Valley Rd. 2:30 p.m. 760-946-0183
 

Saturday, February 26, 2005


8th Annual Roy Rogers and Dale Evans  Western Film Festival in Victorville, CA. (February 26-28)  The festival will provide a thrilling opportunity for fans to come together and see Roy and Trigger gallop across the big screen, fighting for truth and justice in the Old West, as they did in their heyday in the 40’s and 50’s, when Roy was the number one ranked cowboy star at the box office for more than ten straight years!
On Monday, February 28th, visit Roy's former Double R Bar Horse Ranch nearby for a Day at the Ranch.
Thanks to the Happy Trails Childrens Foundation .
See you same time next year in Victorville.

Adelanto Grand Prix 2005 Race (Motorcycles) The largest grand prix in the US. Over 2,000 riders and 30,000 spectators. No gate fee or camping fee.  Free Admission.
$15,000 Pro-Race Saturday purse!
$2,000 Pro Quad Race Purse
$3,000 Team Pro Race Purse!

An Evening of Comedy and Magic  Every performance has Sold Out, since 2001! A new roster of magicians and comedians hit the stage. The perfect family show! Amazing! Mystifying! Hilarious! Fun for all ages! Top professional artists direct from the Magic Castle, Las Vegas & European stages. Call 245-2787 for more information. Victor Valley College Performing Arts Center, 18422 Bear Valley Rd, Victorville.

Barn Bash (Auction)   All kinds of pieces up for auction. Come help the livestock area and bid on great stuff! San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, 14800 Seventh Street, Victorville, California. For more information, call (760) 951-2200.

Blues Breakfast   8-11am at Rio Vista Elementary School, 13590 Havasu Drive, Apple Valley. Benefits Apple Valley High School Marching Sundevils Band and Colorguard. Performances by the band's Jazz Ensemble. Pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee, for $4. 247-7206.

Dance Recital Showcase   Presented by the students and staff of Dance Time Studios and Fine Arts Factory. Performances are Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2:30pm. General admission $8; students and seniors $6. High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 Eighth and C street, Victorville. 243-7493.

Happy Trails Children's Foundation Drawing  Drawing is for a $50,000 silver saddle to take place at the Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Western Film Festival banquet. Tickets are $20 each or 6 for $100. You don't need to be present to win. For ticket information call 240-3330.  Proceeds to benefit the foundation.

High Desert Barrel Racers Club Race   A Lazy J Arena in Little rock.  Sign-up at 11am.  For information call Cheryl at 949-6888.

Trail Ride and Lunch   Two hour ride is free, rated novice to intermediate, sandy ground, meet at 10am at Casa Hysteria, ride at 11 am, lunch ($4) at 1pm.  Hosted by the High Desert Saddle and Wagon Club. For information, call Mark at 956-7132.

Live Jazz Band Victor Valley Museum Art Gallery, 11873 Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley; noon-3pm(?).  Museum hours are Wed-Sat 10am-4pm; Sunday noon-4pm. 961-0611

An Evening of Comedy and Magic.  Every performance has SOLD OUT since 2001! A new roster of magicians and comedians hit the stage. The perfect family show! Amazing! Mystifying! Hilarious! Fun for all ages! Top professional artists direct from the Magic Castle, Las Vegas & European stages. Victor Valley College Performing Arts Center, 18422 Bear Valley Rd. 7:30 p.m. Call 245-A.R.T.S (2787) for information.

Michael's Arts & Crafts Classes   1-3pm; Spring Floral Arrangement With Candles: Learn how to combine spring florals with candles to make an easy, breezy centerpiece.  Free.  Michael's Arts & Crafts, 12353 Mariposa Rd, Ste C-2, Victorville. 955-2455.

Saturday Night Dance   Apple Valley Senior Citizens, admission $2, refreshments, 7-10pm; 13188 Central Rd, Apple Valley. For information call 247-3155.
 

Friday, February 25, 2005




 

Thursday, February 24, 2005


Farmer's Market  Fresh produce, flowers, new products (not used junk), some antiques. Victor Valley Community College, Victorville. 7:30am

Legacy Series Forums   For people who want to live longer and enjoy their retirement. Qualified professionals present funeral planning, senior shopping trends, nutrition, and community service education segments. Reservations recommended. Victor Valley College, 18422 Bear Valley Rd, at the Sudent Activities Center. 10am-noon. Free!

Indio Date Festival Trip Coach USA, $30 per person, for information, call 800-966-6262.

Michael's Arts & Crafts Classes   11:30am-1:30pm Spring Floral Arrangement With Candles: Learn how to combine spring florals with candles to make an easy, breezy centerpiece.  Free.  Michael's Arts & Crafts, 12353 Mariposa Rd, Ste C-2, Victorville. 955-2455.

High Desert Astronomical Society  Public observation night, begins 8:30pm and goes til 10:30. Observe Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, Mars, and Mercury through their computer controlled, large, telescope. Lewis Center for Educational Research, 20702 Thunderbird Road, Apple Valley.  245-8020

 

Wednesday, February 23, 2005


Mojave Group of the Sierra Club   Victor Valley Museum, 11873 Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley, 243-3999.   Meet at the Museum at 7pm for a conditioning walk of 3-4 miles around Jess Ranch, except the second Wednesday of the month, which meets at the Sterling Inn at 6pm for the walk. A meeting follows the Sterling Inn walk.

Michael's Arts & Crafts Classes   11:30am - 1:30pm Antiqued Garden Memo Board: We'll show you how to give an antique finish to cork board to make a charming decor piece for a patio. Sponsored By: Sophisticated Finishes  Free.  Michael's Arts & Crafts, 12353 Mariposa Rd, Ste C-2, Victorville. 955-2455.



Pet Vaccination Clinic   9-noon, 21779 Zuni Road, Apple Valley, 247-2102.
 

Tuesday, February 22, 2005


Archery Class Registration  Classes open to ages 6 and up. Beginners will bearn the basics of archery and safety procedures. Advanced shooting techniques will be offered for more competitive archers. Olympic recurve or compound bow instruction. Offered by the Victor Valley Junior Olympic Archery Development Program in cooperation with the Apple Valley Parks & Recreation and the Victor Valley Archery. Call 240-7880 or 247-9327 to register.

Hesperia Art Club   Watercolor class, 9am-noon; $5 for members, $7 for non-members; 15555 Main St, Suite A-13. 244-3841 or 949-9383.

Victorville Library Family Game Day  Games and puzzles, 3 to 5:30 at 15011 Circle Drive. 245-4222.
 

Monday, February 21, 2005


Calico Civil War Civil War Reenactments, Drills, Music, Living History Displays, Confederate and Union Camps.  Live music. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Click for schedule.  Admission: Adults $8, Youth $5; Children 5 or under Free. Printable Discount Coupon. Calico Ghost Town, exit I-15 at Ghost Town Road, just north of Barstow.  1-800-TO-CALICO

 

Sunday, February 20, 2005


15th Annual Cat Fanciers' Cat Show  San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, 14800 7th Street, Victorville. Victor Valley Cat Club. 9am-4pm. Info: Sharon Rogers-Pichotta Regina Shaffer, 1663 Rose Ave., Beaumont, CA, 92223. 951-769-2949. Fax 951-769-2859. E-mail: Caprino@aol.com

Bringing Home Sardinia.   Passport Travel Series. Steve McCurdy. Small enough to be classified as an island but big enough to be a universe unto itself, Sardinia lies about 120 miles west of the Italian peninsula. Steve’s work deals with people places, cultures and the human experience. Victor Valley College Performing Arts Center, 18422 Bear Valley Rd. 2:30 p.m. 760-946-4841.

"Cinderella" (live theatre)  Presented by the High Desert Players, a Rodgers & Hammmerstein musical version of the classic fairytale. Hearing impaired interpretation provided. Shows are Thursday thru Saturday at 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm. Admission is $10 general, $8 seniors/students; discount for pre-sale tickets. High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 8th (near ´C´).  For reservations call 962-3326.

Calico Civil War Civil War Reenactments, Drills, Music, Living History Displays, Confederate and Union Camps.  Live music. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Click for schedule.  Admission: Adults $8, Youth $5; Children 5 or under Free. Printable Discount Coupon. Calico Ghost Town, exit I-15 at Ghost Town Road, just north of Barstow.  1-800-TO-CALICO

How to Clinic Have fun with colors and faux pain. Home Depot, 15150 Bear Valley Road, Victorville. For info call 955-2999. 2pm, free!

Michael's Arts & Crafts Classes   1:00pm-3:00pm. FolkArt Outdoor Paint: Learn about this rich and creamy premium quality acrylic paint formulated for outdoor use as we paint a birdhouse during this demo.  Free. Michael's Arts & Crafts, 12353 Mariposa Rd, Ste C-2, Victorville. 955-2455.

Michael's Arts & Crafts Classes   3:00pm-5:00pm Beaded Decor: Add beads to decorate ivy bowls for a fashionable idea.  Free.  Michael's Arts & Crafts, 12353 Mariposa Rd, Ste C-2, Victorville. 955-2455.

Stateline Overnight Trip Coach USA, $47/single or $37/double per person, for information, call 800-966-6262.
 

Saturday, February 19, 2005


Apple Valley Library Poets Club   11am, 14901 Dale Evans Parkway, Apple Valley. For information, call 240-7559.

Book Sale  10am-noon.  9292 Sheep Creek Road, Phelan. For more information, call 868-0583

15th Annual Cat Fanciers' Cat Show  San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, 14800 7th Street, Victorville. Victor Valley Cat Club. 10am-5pm. Sunday 9am-4pm.  Info: Sharon Rogers-Pichotta Regina Shaffer, 1663 Rose Ave., Beaumont, CA, 92223. 951-769-2949. Fax 951-769-2859. E-mail: Caprino@aol.com

Bunco Fundraiser   Cost $8 per person; 50% goes to the homecoming for the troops for Apple Valley. Bunco is a dice game. Play and potluck at 2pm. Armory, 17988 Hwy 18, Apple Valley. For more information, call 953-6825.

"Cinderella" (live theatre)  Presented by the High Desert Players, a Rodgers & Hammmerstein musical version of the classic fairytale. Hearing impaired interpretation provided. Shows are Thursday thru Saturday at 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm. Admission is $10 general, $8 seniors/students; discount for pre-sale tickets. High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 8th (near ´C´).  For reservations call 962-3326.

Calico Civil War Civil War Reenactments, Drills, Music, Living History Displays, Confederate and Union Camps.  Live music. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Click for schedule.  Admission: Adults $8, Youth $5; Children 5 or under Free. Printable Discount Coupon. Calico Ghost Town, exit I-15 at Ghost Town Road, just north of Barstow.  1-800-TO-CALICO

Dusty SpursGymkhana   Triple E arena. For information, call Pam 868-4009.

High Desert Widows, Widowers  A social club for widows and widowers. Day trips, lunches, dinners, walks. Trinity Lutheran Church, 16138 Molino Dr., Victorville. 9-11am. For additional information, call 240-3510.

Live Jazz Band Victor Valley Museum Art Gallery, 11873 Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley; noon-1:30pm.  Today's band is Phat Cat Swinger.  Museum hours are Wed-Sat 10am-4pm; Sunday noon-4pm. 961-0611

Michael's Arts & Crafts Classes   Olfa Fabric Cutter Demo, 1-3pm. Michael's Arts & Crafts, 12353 Mariposa Rd, Ste C-2, Victorville. 955-2455.

Pre-regristration for Childrens Art Class 12Pm-2PM Focus: Project for Victorville Fair in May 2005.  Classes remain 1st & 3rd Saturdays.  Fee:  $8.00 members;  $13.00 non members.  9390 Third Ave., Hesperia; 760-244-9844.

Saturday Night Dance   Dance lesson starts at 6:30pm (be prompt), followed by open dancing. Live music. Evening attire suggested, no jeans. Admission of $10 includes dance, beverages, and snack. Lime St. Community Center, 16292 Lime St., Hesperia. For information, call 244-1007.

 

Friday, February 18, 2005



African American History Month Celebration The Black Student Union (BSU) will host a spoken word event for African American history month. This event will feature workshops on poetry, African drum, African dance, and oral presentation. Live performmances feature: The Last Poets & Watts Prophets, Fathomus Maccabeas, Ras Jimi Jaiman, Joy Jones, The Nappy Goldchild, and Jamaiel Shabaka. Admission $24 adults, $16 students, $6 children. Workshops $5. Victor Valley College Performing Arts Center, 18422 Bear Valley Rd. 4-10 p.m. 245-4271 ext 2596 (Jeff).

Ballroom Dancing Hesperia Leisure League, 9122 Third Ave, Hesperia. 7pm. 244-3223

"Cinderella" (live theatre)  Presented by the High Desert Players, a Rodgers & Hammmerstein musical version of the classic fairytale. Hearing impaired interpretation provided. Shows are Thursday thru Saturday at 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm. Admission is $10 general, $8 seniors/students; discount for pre-sale tickets. High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 8th (near ´C´).  For reservations call 962-3326.

Michael's Arts & Crafts Classes   11:30am-1:30pm. Duct Tape Roses: Learn how to make these flowers ... as much fun to give as to make. Sponsored by: Duck. Free. Michael's Arts & Crafts, 12353 Mariposa Rd, Ste C-2, Victorville. 955-2455.

Planetarium Show   "Light Years From Andromeda", Get a handle on the scale of cosmic distances by tracing the course of human history while a light ray speeds away from the Andromeda Galaxy toward a final rendezvous with the Earth. Then consider light itself, the speed limit it imposes on the entire Universe, and what it tells us about astronomical processes. Narrated by Michael Dom ("Worf" of Star Trek). Produced by Loch Ness Productions. Low admission. 7pm. Victor Valley Community College, Science Building Panetarium, 18422 Bear Valley Rd, Victorville. For information, call 245-8020 or 946-5414.

Pre-School Story Time   11am; Adelanto Library, Children's Room, 11497 Bartlett Ave.  246-5661.

Immigrant Talk  True life stories of Lala Szalonek, a Polish immegrant. She discusses the plight of Polish Catholics during World War II. For reservations call 245-4271 ext 2247. Student Activities Center, Victor Valley College, 18422 Bear Valley Rd. Talk at noon.

Watercolor and Ink Art Class   11am. $15 a class, with $10 facility fee (monthly).  High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 Eighth St, Victorville.  For information, call 243-7493.

Wet on Wet Oil Painting Technique Class   1pm.  High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 Eighth St, Victorville.  For information, call 243-7493.

 

Thursday, February 17, 2005



Annual Ralph Ross Memorial Sweethearts Recital  This annual evening of faculty and student presented love songs ranging from pop to opera to musical theater to jazz raises scholarship monies for V.V.C. students in honor of the late Ralph Ross, Music Department volunteer extra ordinaire. Victor Valley College Performing Arts Center, 18422 Bear Valley Rd. 7:30 p.m. 760-245-4271 ext. TIX (849).

"Cinderella" (live theatre)  Presented by the High Desert Players, a Rodgers & Hammmerstein musical version of the classic fairytale. Hearing impaired interpretation provided. Shows are Thursday thru Saturday at 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm. Admission is $10 general, $8 seniors/students; discount for pre-sale tickets. High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 8th (near ´C´).  For reservations call 962-3326.

 

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Apple Valley Senior Citizens Club 13188 Central Road Apple Valley 247-3155 Open 9-4 Monday through Saturday, closed Sunday

Cat Show Hosted by the Victor Valley Cat Club. San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, 14800 7th St, Bldg 4, Victorville. For information call 242-8477. Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 9am-4pm; admission $4, seniors over 62 & children under 12 $2.

Hesperia Art Club 15555 Third Ave. Hesperia 947-4881 Every Monday (adults/oil), Tuesday (watercolor), and Wednesday (oil by Patty), 9am to noon; $5 members, $6-7 non-members per class. (member dues $15/yr)

Paw Prints Dog Club Great club with very friendly members, supports interest in therapy, assist, and working dogs, obedience, agility, and more! Dog owners of purebred and mixed breed dogs are welcome. 6:30pm, Sterling Inn, 17797 Lindero Rd, Victorville. 243-9215

Sew & Sews Craft Club Hesperia Leisure League, 9122 Third Ave Hesperia 948-3925 Every Wednesday 9-11am. New members welcome

Simple Science  Preteen program for ages 8-12. 4pm at the Apple Valley Library, 14901 Dale Evans Parkway. For more information call 247-2022.

 

Tuesday, February 15, 2005




 

Monday, February 14, 2005




 

Sunday, February 13, 2005

"The Art of Courting" (live theatre)  Presented by Theatre Works, 17506 Hercules St, Hesperia, A dessert theater show designed for couples to celebrate Valentine's Day. Shows are Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm; Sunday at 2:30pm and 7:30pm. Admission is $15, including dessert. For reservations call 948-6200.


Rose Bowl Flea Market and Old Pasadena Shopping Trip Find antiques, furniture, clothing, crafts, and junk or treasure. Then browse in Old Pasadena's boutiques, galleries, and antique shops. Depart here 7am, leave 5pm. Trip cost $25 per person (meals not included).

"Cinderella" (live theatre)  Presented by the High Desert Players, a Rodgers & Hammmerstein musical version of the classic fairytale. Hearing impaired interpretation provided. Shows are Thursday thru Saturday at 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm. Admission is $10 general, $8 seniors/students; discount for pre-sale tickets. High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 8th (near ´C´).  For reservations call 962-3326.

"Love Letters" (live theatre)  Robert Pine, a former TV series ´CHIPs´ actor, and Gwynne Gilford, his actress wife, perform this popular on and off-Broadway play. Written by A.R. Gurney, this play captures the bittersweet relationship, between characters Andy and Melissa, through their lifelong correspondence. Tickets $20 per person; Showtime 2:30pm.;  Norman Smith Center, 2700 Barstow Rd, Barstow College.  Proceeds benefit the Barstow College Performing Art Club. For information call 252-3663.
 

Saturday, February 12, 2005



Antiques Appraisal Fair The public is welcome to bring your antiques to be appraised by professional appraisers. Admission free, but $5 per item appraised. What a deal! Sponsered by the Serrano Friends of the Library. Serrano High School, 9292 Sheep Creek Road, Phelan. 10am-2pm. For more information call 868-4176.

Annual Bakersfield Car Club Council Benefit Car Show  at the Kern County Fairgrounds, Bakersfield, CA, showtime 10am to 4pm, with staging at 9am. Entry fee is $20.00, which includes admission into the Central Valley Sportsmen Event. Open to all vehicles. Come be a part and show your support for this worthy cause. All proceeds from this event go to Kern County Society for Disabled Children to help fund their summer Camp Blue Jay. Info: Rudy 661-325-5243; Bette 661-345-1629; Gil 661-703-4071 or on the web at http://www.bakersfieldccc.com/

Annual Eagle Counting  North Shore Drive, Big Bear Discovery Center, Big Bear; call Marc Stamer at 909-382-2828 for information.   Annual counting of the birds requires no experience; bring binoculars and a watch; dress warmly.  Sign-in 8-8:30am; Counting from 9-10am

"The Art of Courting" (live theatre)  Presented by Theatre Works, 17506 Hercules St, Hesperia, A dessert theater show designed for couples to celebrate Valentine's Day. Shows are Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm; Sunday at 2:30pm and 7:30pm. Admission is $15, including dessert. For reservations call 948-6200.

"Cinderella" (live theatre)  Presented by the High Desert Players, a Rodgers & Hammmerstein musical version of the classic fairytale. Hearing impaired interpretation provided. Shows are Thursday thru Saturday at 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm. Admission is $10 general, $8 seniors/students; discount for pre-sale tickets. High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 8th (near ´C´).  For reservations call 962-3326.

Hike Friends of Juniper Flats hosts a hike from Bonita Vista to Cottonwood Springs on the outskirts of Apple Valley. Approximately 6 miles; explore rock formations, riparian habitat, and enjoy spectacular views. Wear comfortable shoes, layered clothing, and sunscreen. Bring water and snacks. Meet at the Victor Valley Museum parking lot at 8:30am. For information call 220-0730.

Live Jazz Band Victor Valley Museum Art Gallery, 11873 Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley; noon-1pm. Today's band is the Conteno Brothers.  Museum hours are Wed-Sat 10am-4pm; Sunday noon-4pm. 961-0611

Valentine Show Ronnie Earl with Divi Que-een Bee and the Stingers Peking Gourmet, 16448 Victor Street, Victorville. 8:00 p.m.  (Show Tickets are $25.00 presale and includes Dinner Buffet & 1 Champagne. $30.00 at the door.)   Call 760-401-1728 for tickets
 

Friday, February 11, 2005

"The Art of Courting" (live theatre)  Presented by Theatre Works, 17506 Hercules St, Hesperia, A dessert theater show designed for couples to celebrate Valentine's Day. Shows are Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm; Sunday at 2:30pm and 7:30pm. Admission is $15, including dessert. For reservations call 948-6200.

"Cinderella" (live theatre)  Presented by the High Desert Players, a Rodgers & Hammmerstein musical version of the classic fairytale. Hearing impaired interpretation provided. Shows are Thursday thru Saturday at 7:30pm; Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm. Admission is $10 general, $8 seniors/students; discount for pre-sale tickets. High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 8th (near ´C´).  For reservations call 962-3326.

 

Thursday, February 10, 2005



 

Wednesday, February 9, 2005



 

Tuesday, February 8, 2005






 

Monday, February 7, 2005



Live Jazz Band  Victor Valley Museum Art Gallery, 11873 Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley; noon-3pm.
 

Sunday, February 6, 2005



 

Saturday, February 5, 2005



Jazz Photo Exhibit Reception  Victor Valley Museum Art Gallery, 11873 Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley; 2-4pm


 

Friday, February 4, 2005



Youth Forum For students aged 14-18, a discussion of political and social issues affecting youth. Free continential breakfast and lunch. 9am-2pm. Sponsored by Soroptimist International of Victor Valley. Call 250-8792 for more information and reservations.

 

Thursday, February 3, 2005



Spoon River Anthology (Theatre Arts) Cemetery ghosts tell the story of Spoon River.  Performed at Granite Hills High School, Rogers-Evans Performing Arts Center, 22900 Esaws Rd, Apple Valley. For information call 961-2290 Ext 2407.

 

Wednesday, February 2, 2005



Oil Painting Classes Hesperia Art Club, 15555 Main St, Suite A-13, Hesperia. Costs are $5 for members, $7 for non-members. For more information call 244-3841 or 949-9383.

 

Tuesday, February 1, 2005

Adult/Teen Coed Wiffleball  League begins today at the Hook Community Center.  Modified U.S. Wiffleball Association rules.  $120 team fee, plue $25 late signup fee.

Family Game Day Victorville Library, 15011 Circle Drive, offers games and puzzles from 3-5:30pm. For more information, call 245-4222.