Lucky 27 RSCA go to Olvera Street

Lucky 27 RSCA go to Olvera Street

27 people joined Redlands Sister Cities Association on a field trip to Olvera Street on Saturday, February 8th, 2014.  A good time was had by all as they took the Metrolink to Union Station and then walked to meet our 2 tour guides.  We learned the history of the area as well its part in the beginnings of Los Angeles.  Afterwards everyone explored the area, visited various museums, ate at local restaurants, shopped the Mexican markets and...

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Discover Olvera Street – Uncover the history of the oldest section of LA

Discover Olvera Street – Uncover the history of the oldest section of LA

  Redlands Sister Cities Association (RSCA) is sponsoring a Metrolink trip to Olvera Street on Saturday, February 8th. A 1 – 1½ hour guided walking tour of Olvera Street will explore the 44 acre park. We will learn about its historical buildings, outdoor plazas, world famous Mexican market and beautiful murals and museums. After the tour, you are free to visit, shop and dine on your own before returning to San Bernardino. Cost is $12...

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Sister city group hosts Dia de Los Muertos by Redlands Daily Facts

Sister city group hosts Dia de Los Muertos by Redlands Daily Facts

  REDLANDS» Sandra Perez of Highland kept a watchful eye on her son, Nickolas, as he took a washable Crayola marker to a blank canvas shaped as a mask Saturday at a Dia de Los Muertos celebration at the University of Redlands. The 6-year-old was careful with his selection of colors as he used a mix of browns, reds, yellows and oranges to create his craft to take home. Dozens followed Nickolas’ lead and created a number of items to take...

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Redlands Sister Cities Association Peace Garden

Redlands Sister Cities Association Peace Garden

Redlands Sister Cites Peace Garden represents Japanese gardens as well as the RCSA motto which is bringing cultures together through their group in the City of Redlands, California. Located in the Smiley Park near the police annex this garden is well taken care of and is a beautiful sight to see. The reason this park was built was to commemorate the 50 years of service that the association has marked in 2012. This park was built by members and...

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Dia De Los Muertos: Day of the Dead Celebration

Dia De Los Muertos: Day of the Dead Celebration

Redlands Sister Cities Association is sponsoring a Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration at the University of Redlands, Orton Center, on Nov. 2nd from 9:30 to 11:30am. There will be Folklorico dancing and vocal performances as well as over 12 arts and crafts activities for children. Family altars will be on display. Call Carol 909-793-9919 (English) or Anna (English and Spanish) for more information....

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