Get into the mind of famous architect Richard Neutra, who designed a house in the late ‘50s for his dear friend Richard Oyler. This film screening gives you an intimate peek at the beauty of this home, with large-scale floor to ceiling windows that frame the surrounding peaceful and scenic view. Interviews with the current homeowners, as well as Oyler right before his death, only add to its charm.
7pm. Suggested Donation $10. Seeley G. Mudd Theater, 1325 N. College Ave., Claremont, (909) 621-0848; claremontheritage.org.
There’s nothing better than unlimited choices for dinner and a little live music. Don’t miss the amazing tastes of over 20 different food trucks—from lobster to barbeque. You’ll also get to enjoy the music from 97.1 AMP Radio, so you can dance around with your full belly after enjoying the obstacle courses, games and activities. All in all it’s an event that is fun for the whole family.
5pm-10pm. $3. Ramirez Intermediate School, 6905 Harrison Ave., Corona, (952) 736-8241.
Canine lovers enjoy nothing more than a day dedicated to their furry friends. That’s why the 4th Annual Dog Pool-Ooza will surely be a hit with humans and dogs alike. Hosted by San Bernardino County Parks in partnership with V.C.A Central Animal Hospital, Dog Pool-Ooza will give your pup one of its last chances to cool off in the water . . . if you think this summertime weather has been killer, imagine trying to stand the heat while wearing a fur coat! In addition to being able to take a dip in the cool pool, pups can enter into the Doggie Swimsuit Competition, Top Dog Talent Show or Lil’ Dog Races. If you want to join in the fun, there’s even a Dog/Owner Look-a-Like Contest—make sure you and Sparky come sporting your matching trunks. If your dog has a thing for shopping, there will be plenty of vendors selling doggie products, with everything from carriers to shampoos. There will also be raffles going on, so make sure you take advantage of the chance to win some dog-themed prizes. With pups coming from all over the Inland Empire, be sure to bring your special four-legged pal—this may be a perfect chance for them to make some new friends while they’re relaxing poolside.
8:30am. Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park, 800 N. Archibald Ave., Ontario, (909) 387-2461; www.sbcounty.gov.
We have all experienced changes in our lives. Some of us embrace the numerous changes that occur with confidence while others need a shoulder to lean on to get through the tough times. Aria’s has a dynamic cast of characters that gives you an inside look into how people deal with the hardships of life—death, heartbreak, depression and more.
2pm. $15. Rialto Community Players, 150 San Bernardino Ave., Rialto, (909) 873-8514; www.rialtocommunityplayers.org.
Forget about having a “case of the Mondays,” instead choose to start off your week with some dancing and fun. If trip-hop, downtempo and dub are your thing, then DJ Salazam will be spinning everything you need to dance all the way into the night. Show up and get wild before you head home to finish off the long week ahead.
9pm. Mission Tobacco Lounge, 3630 University Ave., Riverside, (951) 682-4427; www.missiontobaccolounge.com.
If you enjoy a whole lot of laughs, then come by to see Mike Cano’s Comedy Party, with special guest Jamie Kennedy. We already know to expect absolute hilarity from Jamie Kennedy by seeing his acting on Scream, Scream 2, Malibu’s Most Wanted and more . . . now is your chance to see what his stand-up has to offer.
8pm. $12. Ontario Improv, 4555 Mills Circle, Ontario, (909) 484-5475; ontario.improv.com.
Have you ever wanted to feel like a super fly cool cat? The Hip Kitty in Claremont offers up jazz and fondue to set the scene for a classically smooth night. With the featured band Sean Amato and Friends, who regularly grace the stage, you’re sure to have an experience at this jazz club that is more than authentic—it’s rhythmic, laid-back and soulful.
8pm. Hip Kitty Jazz & Fondue, 502 W. First St., Claremont, (909) 447-6700; www.hipkittyjazz.com.