The following info come to us from the City of Temecula:
A Proclamation Celebration will be held on Thursday, February 9, 2023, at 6:00 pm, in Temecula’s City Council Chamber to commemorate and recognize February as African American History Month, also known as Black History Month. This Proclamation will be presented to student club members from the Temecula Valley Unified School District. Additional Proclamation Celebrations planned in 2023 proudly presented by Temecula’s Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Commission include the following:
March 9, 2023 Women’s History Month April 13, 2023 Arab American Heritage Month May 11, 2023 Asian American and Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander and Jewish Heritage Months June 8, 2023 Pride Month September 14, 2023 Hispanic / Latino Heritage Month November 9, 2023 Native American Heritage Month
Temecula Proclamation Celebrations are presented in association with the City’s annual Temecula CultureFest which will be held on SAT, MAY 20, 2023. The City’s inclusive, multicultural festival coincides with World Cultural Awareness Day. For more information about Temecula CultureFest, visit TemeculaCa.gov/CultureFest. All meetings of the REDI Commission are held monthly on the second Thursday at 6:00 pm in the Council Chamber (41000 Main Street). Parking is available in the adjacent parking structure. For more information about proclamations or the REDI Commission, please visit Temeculaca.gov/REDI. The City of Temecula offers multiple cultural programs and performances throughout the year to create our equitable, culturally vibrant, and inclusive community. We celebrate our diversity and honor multiculturalism while giving back and fostering meaningful dialogue between each other. Our inheritance from pioneers who built the foundation and set an example for others to follow helps us to stay focused, inspire social cohesion, and move forward on the path to a better future.
Temecula CultureFest Travel the world in one day at Temecula CultureFest on SAT, MAY 20, 2023 in Town Square Park and Sam Hicks Monument Park in Old Town Temecula. This free signature Special Event is held annually and includes live music, dance, food, performances, activities, educational experiences, and cultural engagement for the entire family. The large vendor will showcase many different cultures and traditions encouraging everyone to explore the diversity within our own community