YOGA ON THE GREEN
Ignore your impulse to take the easy way out and say that you’re not a morning person. Join the gals (and guy) fom the Addicted to Yoga” studios in Chino and Rancho Cucamonga who are holding a free session out in Chaffey Town Square. Who cares if you’re embarrassed to show off your downward facing dog pose; get your sun salutation on.
9am-10am. Free. Victoria Gardens, 12505 N. Mainstreet, Suite 200, Rancho Cucamonga, (909) 463-2830; www.victoriagardensie.com.
RODGER HUDGSON No one can mistake the long flowing hair-do that’s been the same for as long as we can remember: the “voice of Supertramp,” Rodger Hudgson, is ready to rock. With quick flying piano fingers and his oddly high tenor voice he’ll immerse you in the sounds of tunes like “Take the Long Way Home” and “Goodbye Stranger.” Ah who are we kidding, we can’ get over that vegetarian-fed hair.
9pm. $45-$70. Agua Caliente Casino, The Show, 32-250 Bob Hope Dr., Rancho Mirage, (888) 999-1995; www.hotwatercasino.com.
DONKEY PUNCH BREWERY
It’s Saturday, you’re home alone and need a drink. Why not help out a local brewery? Check out the grand opening of Donkey Punch Brewery with drinks imagined by local brewer Tony Theodore. Serving all day to promote the business, you’ll discover some new flavors to spice up you’re weekend. Jack Ass IPA, Vanilla Blonde, Lemon Caliente and a few more enticingly named drinks are dying to be tried.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK
Most plays are either comical, serious or musical but “scary” has never been a word to describe theatre. This play has actually been around since 1987 and since then it’s proved itself worthy among the other more, shall we “optimistic” (or rather sing-songy) plays. It’s the ultimate scary story of a man who attempts to find the secret behind the mysterious woman in black.
Fri, Oct. 26-Sun, Oct. 28. Various times. $38.50-$77.50. California Theatre of the Performing Arts, 562 W. 4th St., San Bernardino, (909) 885-5152; www.californiatheatre.net.
FULL MOON PARTY
There’s a place in the desert where choosing right and wrong isn’t really an issue. At the Full Moon Party there will be a Desert Rhythms Drum Circle open to guests with the best and worst sense of percussion. Let fate choose your way as you your fate read in the cards in hopes of a glimpse into the future. But really, the goal here is to build a sense of community and connection between everyone.
7pm. Ace Hotel, 701 E. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, (760) 325-9900; www.acehotel.com.
It is a crazy world we live in and sometimes you just have to look at it through different “Perspectives.” Five amazing artists will showcase their Chicano and Latina world as they let their art speak for itself about issues that also speaks to many of us. Each artist has a different message and a different artistic style that they deliver, such as David Rosales who paints metaphors like aliens and flying sombrero saucers to exaggerate the fact that immigrants are stereotyped as aliens. Or Linda Vallejo, who isn’t afraid to poke fun at politics or society by Latino-izing Western pop icons.
Thru De. 15. Gallery hours: Mon-Wed, Sat, 10am-5pm. Thurs, 11am-7pm.The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (RAFFMA) at Cal State San Bernardino, 5500 University Pkwy., San Bernardino, (909) 537-7373; raffma.csusb.edu.
“ALTARS AND SHRINES”
Don’t join a majority of Americans who plac the Day of the Dead in the same category as Halloween parties and women in risqué outfits (or worse, calling Cinco de mayo Mexico’s Independence Day). In “Dia de los Muertos: Altars and Shrines,” artists have pulled together pieces that describe the familial love for honoring family members long passed.
Thru Nov. 24. Gallery hours: Wed-Sat, 12pm-4pm. The dA Center for The Arts, 252-D S. Main St., Pomona, (909) 397-9716; www.dacenter.org.