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    THEATER • EVENTS • KIDS’ FUN • RECREATION • GOLF • CASINOS

    ENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENTThe Inland Empire’s Guide to Fun REVIEWENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENTThe Inland Empire’s Guide to Fun REVIEWENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENTThe Inland Empire’s Guide to Fun REVIEWENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENTThe Inland Empire’s Guide to Fun REVIEWENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENTThe Inland Empire’s Guide to Fun REVIEW Inland

    October, 2004

    SoCal Fair in Perris

    “American Heat” Hits the desert

    SoCal Fair in Perris

    “American Heat” Hits the desert

    Pumpkin patches, scary places and Halloween fun!

    Pumpkin patches, scary places and Halloween fun!

    OUR COVER Kids check out a giant pumpkin at Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin Patch

    OUR COVER Kids check out a giant pumpkin at Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin Patch

  • October, 2004 INLAND ENTERTAINMENT REVIEW 3

    The Haunted Empire . . . . . . . . . . .4 Southern California Fair . . . . . . . .9 Mile High Pie at 5000 Feet . . . . . .10 Rancho Santa Ana Botanic . . . . . .11 Planes of Fame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Back To The Old West . . . . . . . . . .13 Performance Riverside . . . . . . . . .14 Opera Meets Broadway Gala . . . . .15 American Heat Roars . . . . . . . . . . .16 RCC Off-Broadway Play Series . . . .17

    Calimesa Community Concerts . .18 Casinos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Autumn at Augustine . . . . . . . . . .19 Golf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Party Planning Page . . . . . . . . . . .23 Kid Stuff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 What To Do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Musical Home Tour . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Coupons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

    ENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENTThe Inland Empire’s Guide to Fun REVIEW Inland

    October, 2004

    Editor In Chief Tom Pigeon Publisher Word Mill Publishing

    Ad Manager Shirlee Pigeon Advertising Kim Falciani

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    Distribution Darrell Crowell

    WWW.INLANDREVIEW.COM Inland Entertainment Review is published monthly and can be found at more than 450 locations throughout the Inland Empire (Riverside and San Bernardino Counties), including Ralph’s Supermarkets and Blockbuster Video stores. Inland Entertainment Review brings you the best in Inland Empire Entertainment.

    Inland Entertainment Review is not responsible for incorrect pricing or information listed or for loss or damage of unsolicited materials. Opinions expressed by writers and advertisers are their own and do not necessarily represent those of the publisher. Redistribution in whole or in part is prohibited.

    Copyright 2004 by Word Mill. All rights reserved.

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    Getting scary I just love Halloween.What’s cooler than a day dedicated to celebrating mon-

    sters! It’s a kids’ dream, and it was my favorite next to Christmas.There is plenty to do in the Inland Empire in the the month of October, and you certainly won’t have a hard time finding ways to get into the Halloween spirit.

    We’ve got your Halloween guide on pages 4-7, starting with the places to get your pumpkin. Don’t just pick one up at the grocery store, make an event out of

    it by going to an actual pumpkin patch. Patches make it fun to pumpkin hunt by offering activities for the kids in a suitably atmospheric autumn setting.We’ve also

    got the rundown on some of the best haunted houses in the area, including Southern California’s most famous haunt, Knott’s Scary Farm. If getting scared isn’t your thing, we

    also list some Halloween alternatives. This issue is also chock full of the month’s entertainment goodies.As usual, enjoy! Tom Pigeon, Editor

    INDEX

    It’s fun in the Glen! At Oaktree Village Open Every Day • 10am-5pm

    Animal Park • Artisans & Crafters* • Train Rides* Pony Rides* • Mountain Town Museum• Reptile Cave

    Fishing • Petting Farm • Shops & Restaurants

    APPLE SEASON September through November

    Fishing Contests Piglet Races Goat Milking Apple Cider

    Apples • Shows AND MORE!

    38480 Oak Glen Rd., Oak Glen, Calif.

    (909) 797-4020 oaktree-village.com

    [email protected]

    * Weekends only

    GGrreeaatt FFaammiillyy FFuunn

    Home of the ORIGINAL Mile High Apple Pie

    (909) 797-7371 Located at Oaktree Village in Oak Glen

    Mr. Roberts is appearing to help raise funds for new exotic animal habitats

    Eric Roberts Motion Picture & Television Star

    Come Meet Eric Robe rts

    Saturday, Oct. 9th And get an autograph

    !

    AAppppllee AAnnnniiee’’ss

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    Pumpkin Patches

    D on’t just pick up a pumpkin, make an adventure out of it! The following pumpkin patch- es offer the season’s favorite melon, and also a wide range

    of family-fun activities to make the picking memorable!

    The Pumpkin Patch at Live Oak Canyon Yucaipa, corner of Freeway 10 & Live Oak Canyon Rd. • 909.795.8733 www.liveoakcanyon.com

    The Pumpkin Patch at Live Oak Canyon offers a huge, 15-acre pumpkin patch. The choice is enormous, with fields where you can pick them right off of the ground to rows of pre-picked pumpkins to choose from.

    The farm itself is an excellent family desti-

    nation, bursting with Autumn atmosphere and colors. Indian corn, gourds, winter squash, corn stalks and more are available for Fall decorating.

    Arrive with time to spare since Live Oak offers a great deal of family activities, from jumpers and slides to quad rides and live music. They also serve food and snacks.

    Near the entrance to the patch is a store with seasonal items, most to help decorate your home and get it into the Halloween spirit.

    The Pumpkin Patch offers carving kits and demonstrations on weekends to show you how to carve a quality jack-o-lantern.

    Greenspot Farms Mentone Blvd., Highway 38 909.794.7653

    At Greenspot Farms, Autumn marks the

    The Haunted Empire

    Rows of pumpkins stand ready for duty at Live Oak Canyon in Yucaipa, which offers a full pumpkin patch and lots of family activities.

    U-Pick Pumpkin F ie lds • P icked 4-U Area Giant Hay Cast le • Hay r ides • Giant S l ide Pumpkin Bounce • Farm Animals C l imbing

    Wal l • Quad R ides • P icn ic Area Food and Drinks • Pony R ides • Fa l l Decorat ions

    Unique Gifts • Gourds • Music ians Enterta inment • Performers

    Pumpkins of a l l s i zes and co lors FREE PARKING • FREE ADMISSION

    Pumpkin Patch Hours

    Through Oct. 31 7 Days

    9am to 6pm

    (909) 795-TREE (8733)

    Located at the corner of the 10 freeway and Live Oak Canyon Rd.

    in Yucaipa.

    VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT www.liveoakcanyon.com

    Prepare for Halloween with this guide to patches,scary places and more!

    WWW.LIVEOAKCANYON.COM

    and beyond ...

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    beginning of a very busy season. “Thousands of children will invade the farm looking for that special pumpkin,” owner Jun Budye said.

    In addition to serving as a pumpkin patch, Greenspot offers tours for school children that take about an hour. The hayride tour goes around the entire farm, which also grows apples, oranges, Christmas trees, avocados and more. They also visit a bee hive and get a taste of fresh honey, get close to farm animals, and take a trip through a large hedged maze.

    A Haunted Hayride is offered Oct. 23, 24, 25, 30 and 31 and Nov. 1 from 7pm to 10pm.

    Get lost Farm 951-371-4045 13000 Citrus St., Corona

    In addition to offering Halloween pumpkins, Get Lost Farm offers an assort- ment of cornfield mazes to wander through. Get in the election spirit and try the Presidential History Trail, or a scary- themed Halloween maze.

    Winchester Farms 909-926-1482 27400 Winchester Rd., Winchester

    Winchester Farms offers all things Autumn that taste good: gourmet food items, a deli, dining, dried fruits and nuts, pies and more. Of course, it’s also a pumpkin patch.

    Winchester also hosts craft fairs and live country music on the weekends.

    The Pumpkin Factory 714-425-4071 1545 Circle City Dr., Corona

    The Pumpkin Factory offers an assort- ment of kid activities to go with the pumpkin patch. Fun stuff includes pony rides, a petting zoo, and a wide assort- ment of inflated bouncers and slides.

    Scary Places Following are some of the best haunt-

    ed houses and scare “factories” in the area. Before you decide to take your kids there, though, you may want to check ahead and see just how scary the place is.

    Knotts Scary Farm Halloween Haunt 714-220-5000 • halloweenhaunt.com

    One of Southern California’s most famous fright sites, the Scary Farm has built a reputation for itself as an excep- tional place to be if you’re in the Halloween spirit. The Scary Farm is open through Oct. 31, taking over the regular Knott’s Berry Farm and converting it into a giant haunted farm. With a discount coupon from Burger Ki