Little monsters invited to Halloween events Saturday

Little monsters invited to Halloween events Saturday

Will super heroes, pirates and zombies rule the day? Or will princesses, fairies and other pretty ghouls reign over tomorrow's Halloween festivities in the Towne Center? Who will win the Treasure Hunt and who will win the Costume Contest? Head over to the Towne Center for the annual Parade of Frights tomorrow, October 25, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to find out . . . or should that be bring a head…

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Trek on over to Halloween Party and Movie

It's time for the whole family to get into costume (or not) for the Halloween Party and Movie Night at Sierra Park Saturday evening, October 25. Hosted by the F…

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Rough grading moves forward full blast

Blasting has begun in Pardee's land development site next to Railroad Canyon Rd. in Canyon Hills. This week's blast took place on Tuesday and another was schedu…

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Parade of Lights Workshop planned for November 8

The annual Parade of Lights is scheduled to cruise the waterways of Canyon Lake on Saturday, December 13. To help boat owners get ready for that popular event, …

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Photo of the Week

There's something spiritual, peaceful, calming about a sunset – especially over water. Canyon Lakers are very fortunate to have the opportunity to enjoy this show almost any day. Pat Van Dyke caught one of these special moments when she photographed a couple at Sunset Beach as they sat together at day's end, watching their child run after the ducks and geese.

Looking back at October of past years

Looking back at October of past years

Here are a few of the people and events reported in the month of October over the past 40 years in Canyon Lake. 40 Years Ago In October 1974, Ernest C. Pruett was the CLPOA General Manager. Rough grading and the removal of 10,000 yards of soil was underway because the three-acre parcel on the corner of Sorrel Ln. and Railroad Canyon Rd. was being prepared for the proposed Canyon Lake Community …

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Rocktoberfest rocks Holiday Harbor

Rocktoberfest rocks Holiday Harbor

Canyon Lake's inaugural Roctoberfest event, hosted by the Jr. Women's Club, was a "huge success," according to spokesperson Krissy Cissell, who would like to thank community members, vendors and donors for their support.  "We actually raised more money at this event than we have in the past on our chili cook-offs, and we couldn't have done it without the love and support of this amazing communi …

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Fun with chicken dancing and an Oompah band

Considered the world's largest folk festival, Oktoberfest is celebrated in cities all around the globe. Although some customs vary, they all include parades, Bavarian costumes, mus …


Norkin, Weber also vie for EVMWD seat

Four candidates are running for the position of Division 1 Director on the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District Board of Directors. Division 1 includes the City of Canyon Lake, …


Movie Reviews by Reel People: 'Fury'

It’s hard to believe 70 years ago the nations of the world were fully engaged in World War II (the big one). Generals would strategize about the theater of war. Now, Hollywood br …


Schools and Sports columnist wanted

The Friday Flyer is losing Schools and Sports columnist Erin Heft to a job in Sacramento. For a year Erin has brought readers news about local athletes and activities taking place …


Kids invited to enter Turkey Coloring Contest

The Friday Flyer and the Family Matters Club are teaming up to present a Turkey Coloring Contest for children 12 and under. The Family Matters Club will give a prize for the best t …


In Memoriam: Cathy Lilly

Careth (Cathy) Lilly, 83, left this world on October 17. She was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan and came to California with her mother in 1950. Cathy met her husband, Lee, at the orig …


News Briefs

This section contains information on local activities and items of interest to Canyon Lake residents. Information should be submitted to news@goldingpublications.com no later than …


CLAMS thanked for serving up the brats

Several members of the Canyon Lake Association of Men (CLAMS) were on hand at the Canyon Lake Car Show to grill their famous brats. The board thanks these men for their efforts, al …


Garden Club visits Serra Gardens

For their October outing, 14 members of the Canyon Lake Garden Club visited Serra Gardens in Fallbrook on October 9. The day was organized by Dawn Bora and Sue Popper. Serra Garde …


Roadrunners stay at Chula Vista RV Resort

Twenty-one rigs participated in the Roadrunners' trip to the Chula Vista RV Resort on September 22 to 26. The resort is on San Diego Bay, adjacent to its own 552-slip marina. Ameni …


Club News

This section provides information submitted by Canyon Lake clubs regarding activities and upcoming events. Information should be submitted to news@goldingpublications no later than …


Golf News

After Lunch Bunch During over-seeding of the Golf Course, the After Lunch Bunch has played Friday games at the General Old course in Riverside. The games were Individual Tin Whist …


Adopt-a-Pet: Princess and Mello

Princess is a 4-year-old, female, black and white Terrier. She good with kid and other dogs. Her handlers say she is sweet and friendly, but could use a little more help with train …


Thomas the Train is coming to Perris

Beloved children's choo-choo train Thomas and his railway friend Percy are chugging into the Orange Empire Railway Museum to greet fans of all ages on November 8, 9, 11, 15 and 16. …


Beware of wearing decorative contact lenses

  The following information is provided by the California Department of Health. Dr. Ron Chapman, California Department of Public Health (CDPH) director and state health officer, …