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The Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival story began in 1923 with the founding of the Redlands Community Music Association (RCMA) by a woman with a vision – Grace Stewart Mullen. Mrs. Mullen’s vision was that “music is for everyone,” and should be accessible to all regardless of their ability to pay for admission.
Physical Address: 25 Grant St and mailing address 168 S. Eureka St. Redlands 92373. Redlands, CA 92373
The Face of Redlands, part 2 "YOUNGBLOODS!" a Marc Piron Project...a photography art exhibit.
Beloved Couture Bridal is a unique bridal boutique where you can find beautiful designer gowns 40 -75% off every day. The best part about Beloved, besides the prices, is that we are non-profit, all proceeds from the sale of our gowns are donated to help families care for loved ones dying of cancer.
We are a non-profit foundation who's mission is to ease the burden on families caring for a loved one with terminal cancer.
We are a family church that’s perfect for people of all ages! We have several community support groups that meet during the week, spirit led worship services and an amazing pastoral team!
Discover the Redlands Conservancy, a non-profit group dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the community assets that have historical, architectural, and cultural significance for Redlands and the surrounding region. We strive to help our community realize the full economic, social, and aesthetic potential of its architectural and geographical assets. Our mission: To preserve Redlands' historic built environment and to conserve the irreplaceable natural and agricultural environments to connect Redlands' residents and visitors to our pioneers and visionaries.
At the Y, we strengthen communities by connecting people to their potential, purpose and each other. That’s because a strong community can only be achieved when we invest in our kids, our health, and our neighbors.
Because we know that healthy lifestyles are achieved through nurturing mind, body, and spirit, well-being and fitness at the Y goes beyond just working out. In addition to fitness facilities, we provide educational programs to promote healthier decisions and offer a variety of programs that support physical, intellectual, and spiritual strength.
With the support of the community and at no cost to the students, Angels' Closet Charities provides less fortunate high school and middle school students with every day clothing, formal attire for school social events, and business attire for job seeking opportunities. We collect gently used and new clothing, purses, backpacks, school supplies costume jewelry, and other accessories. We welcome monetary donations to purchase new shoes, new socks, new underwear, and to help with special requests. We believe that by providing this much needed assistance, we promote a more positive high school and middle school experience for all students in the Redlands Unified School District and surrounding areas.
The Inland Master Chorale brings together more than seventy talented vocalists from throughout the Inland Empire. Under the direction of Dr. Joseph Modica, the Chorale presents four concerts per season, performing a variety of genres from classical to contemporary.
Job’s Daughters International is a leadership organization for girls between the ages of 10 and 20. JDI has chapters called “Bethels” in the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, and the Philippines. Job’s Daughters is a premier organization for young women that teaches the values of leadership, public speaking, charity, respect for parents and elders, and teamwork. Members participate in a variety of activities such as: bimonthly meetings, fundraisers, service projects, leadership workshops, earn college scholarships, and so much more! For girls younger than 10 we have the JD2Bee program so young girls can start learning the lessons and building friendships. Job’s Daughters International is proud of its more than 100 year history as a leadership organization for girls and young women. We were founded as an organization focused on equal opportunity and we continue that commitment every day.
LifeHouse Productions is a family of creative artists from the Inland Empire. We are committed to producing dynamic, dramatic experiences championing the moral imagination as informed by Judeo-Christian traditions. LifeHouse is an independent, non-profit corporation funded by ticket sales and the support of volunteers and community contributors.
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