Tainted Love returns to wrap up ETC season

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Rancho Murieta loved them the first time around, so, only a year after the first visit, Tainted Love is coming back to Lake Clementia Saturday at 8:30 p.m. as part of Entertainment, Theatre & Culture's season finale. Starting at 7 p.m. is Rancho Murieta's own Cooks in the Kitchen Band, featuring Aaron Cook. Read more » about Tainted Love returns to wrap up ETC season

Getting ready for Summerfest 2016

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SummerfestSummerfest’s food trucks, which have become a summertime Sunday-dinner option this year, will be part of the upcoming Summerfest carnival, Sept. 9 and 10 at Stonehouse Park. Summerfest, a nonprofit volunteer organization that raises funds for Rancho Murieta projects, still has sponsorship opportunities available. Read more » about Getting ready for Summerfest 2016

Country Club relives our Hot August Nights

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Hot August Nights

Actually, the evening was rather delightful, but still they were calling it Hot August Nights at the Country Club Saturday night. As the event was getting under way at sundown, people circulated among the classic cars parked near the clubhouse before heading to the Terrace Lounge and patio for live music and food and a best-dressed contest. Click photo for larger image. Read more » about Country Club relives our Hot August Nights

A summer night with the music of Journey

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Journey Unauthorized

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A hot day turned into an evening of cool entertainment at the water’s edge as the latest Entertainment, Theatre & Culture concert packed the parking lot and the dance floor at Lake Clementia Amphitheater Saturday night.  Murietans Bill Towle and Larry Sanchez of the Bill Towle Band provided musical accompaniment as the crowd gathered and settled in.  ETC President Cheryl McElhany kept the happy mood going by awarding $2,000 scholarships to college-bound locals MacKenzie Hamel and James Duffek, winners of ETC's 2016 essay contest.  Then it was Bay Area tribute band Journey Unauthorized’s turn. The five musicians took the stage  with Journey’s 1978 hit “Wheel in the Sky” and kept rolling through the years, combining classic rock hits with ballads like “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin’”  and “Lights” for slow-dancing and sing-alongs. Click photo for larger image. Read more » about A summer night with the music of Journey

Music of Journey comes to RM Saturday

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Journey Unauthorized

Journey Unauthorized will be part of a musical doubleheader Saturday night.

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Journey Unauthorized, billed as the most authentic recreation of 1980s Journey (”Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Any Way You Want It” and more) will perform 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Lake Clementia Amphitheater. And there’s a bonus: Starting at 7 p.m., you’ll be entertained by the Bill Towle Band, with Murieta residents Bill Towle and Larry Sanchez. Read more » about Music of Journey comes to RM Saturday

ETC show mixes country, pop and rock

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Autographs

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Following her tribute to Taylor Swift Saturday night at Lake Clementia Amphitheater, singer Kaylee Starr of Swift Country was surrounded by young admirers seeking her autograph and CDs. Young Murieta dominated the dance floor during the Swift Country performance, which featured Swift's hits and many tweener girls singing along to every word. The next act up at the Entertainment, Theatre & Culture show was the Cripple Creek Band, which followed with a rousing roadhouse-style performance. The band, which played the Country Club and the Davis Ranch Harvest Festival last year, tore through a set of country music and southern rock from artists as diverse as Charlie Daniels, The Eagles and The Band. Read more » about ETC show mixes country, pop and rock

ETC brings country show to Lake Clementia

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Entertainment, Theatre & Culture promises a country-flavored show 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Lake Clementia Amphitheater. Boots are optional but recommended. Read more » about ETC brings country show to Lake Clementia

For July 4 celebrations, nobody does it better

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Fireworks

As always, the day ended with a terrific fireworks show. Click photo for larger image.

The weather couldn't have been better, the hot dogs tastier, the fireworks more thrilling. OK, the parade could have moved along a little faster, but let's agree: Rancho Murieta sure knows how to celebrate July 4. We've got the whole day covered, with nearly 400 photos too. Read more » about For July 4 celebrations, nobody does it better

Food aplenty at Stonehouse to mark the 4th

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Food trucks

The July 4 holiday celebration continued Sunday, as Summerfest brought nine food trucks, live music and an outdoor movie to Stonehouse Park. Click photo for larger image. Read more » about Food aplenty at Stonehouse to mark the 4th

ETC gets July 4 weekend started right

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Flyover

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A multi-part fly-by from a star-studded plane named Miss America provided a patriotic and dramatic start to the doubleheader ETC concert at Lake Clementia Saturday night. Rocking’ Down the Hiway put the crowd in a holiday frame of mind and filled the dance floor with a tribute to the Doobie Brothers that included 1970s hits “Listen to the Music,” “China Grove,” and “Jesus is Just Alright.” The Rising, below, a Bruce Springsteen tribute band, kept the energy going, starting its set with “Born in the U.S.A.” and never letting up. The band evoked the personalities of the E Street Band through a selection of iconic hits, and interacted with the dancers who surged to the edge of the stage. Click photos for larger images.

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