Welcome to Redlands-Events
This Site Hosted By The Kiwanis Club of Redlands "Noon"
December 11, 2016 Sunday
Santa Fun 5k RunWe are excited to share with you that our 2nd Annual Santa Fun 5k Run is just around the corner. Tis' the season to run, walk, or roll in this jolly race to create a healthier tomorrow for our community's kids. Registration is now open and we encourage you to sign up today!
Registration fee is $35, which includes a complimentary Santa suit (one size fits all) and all proceeds go to Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, as well as Loma Linda University Health Possibilities.
Participate in any event at the Lopers Holiday Classic on December 4, then do the Santa Fun Run and receive a commemorative Christmas ornament. Ornaments are limited to the first 100 registrants of both races.
December 11, 2016 Sunday
Santa's Kiwanis Family Book Fair
January 2nd 2017 Monday
Redlands Camera Club
Redlands Camera Club presents the following program on January 2, 2017. The
program will be held at 7 p.m. at the Redlands First Presbyterian Church. The
church is located at 100 Cajon St., 92373. Visitors are always welcome. For
further information contact Jim Hendon, Vice President/Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit the Redlands Camera Club website: www.redlandscameraclub.com.
2 - Movie Night! America Through the Lens of Dorothea Lange Join your fellow
shooters Jan. 2 – and enjoy free popcorn! – for the award winning
documentary Grab a Hunk of Lightning, profiling the great American photographer
Dorothea Lange. Directed and narrated by her granddaughter, Dyanna Taylor, the
110-minute PBS production (2014) profiles one of the most important image makers
of the 20th century. Many of us know Lange’s haunting image from the Great
Depression, The Migrant Mother, but few people appreciate the full range of her
work or her ability to empathize with subjects: relocated Native Americans,
striking workers, Japanese Americans forced into wartime internment camps and
many more. “You have to annihilate yourself,” she said, “so you can become
a vessel…to see what is really there.” Drawing from private journals,
letters and archival images, the Emmy Award-winning Taylor weaves together Lange’s
private and public worlds, celebrating her not just as a photographer, but a
pioneer in social justice.
Redlands Camera Club meets on the first and third Monday of every month from 7
– 9 pm. For more information about the Club and its programs and activities
please visit the Club website:
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