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TEMECULA
Pechanga to Open New Bamboo Restaurant Sept. 1

The first new restaurant since November 2008 will be unveiled September 1st at the largest casino in the Western USA, as Pechanga opens its doors to its latest Asian dining experience, Bamboo.

“There will be an assortment of authentic Asian noodle dishes served in their national style,” said Bamboo head chef Vincent Chen. “Our Asian guests want authenticity in both the preparation and the service and my menu will reflect that.” Chen pointed to the Enoki Mushroom Lo Mein – Thin Egg Noodles sautéed in a rich Oyster Stir-Fry Sauce with fresh Enoki mushrooms, crisp Bean Sprouts, chopped Cabbage, shredded Carrots and Green Onions.

The new 134 seat, 5,500 sq. ft., full-service restaurant will be located on the far side of the Round Bar, near the Smoke Free gaming area.  Yates-Silverman, Inc., who also designed the casino floor, hotel lobby, as well as Pechanga’s award-winning golf Clubhouse, designed the restaurant.

Bamboo will be open 11am to 3am daily, beginning September 1, and the menu is reasonably priced with items between $7 and $15.

FONTANA
Mary Vagle Nature Center

The Mayor and City Council invite the public to join the Mary Vagle Nature Center for their adventurous and educational programs. The Mary Vagle Nature Center is located at 11501 Cypress Avenue in Fontana and is open Wednesday through Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

On September 24 the Nature Center and the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District will host a National Public Lands Day event.  Bring your family, scout, or community group and join the Center for a celebration of our urban natural areas.  There will be a volunteer work project at the Nature Center from 9:00am – 12:00pm and a Family Environment Education Fair from 1:00pm – 4:00pm.

On October 1 join amateur astronomers from the Riverside Astronomical society on a fascinating tour through our autumn sky.  Solar scopes will be set up from 4:30pm – sunset to provide dramatic views of the sun like you have never seen before, followed by night-time views of Jupiter and the crescent moon.

Ongoing weekend programs include Discovery Hikes, Adventures into Nature, Nature Ranger, and EarthCraft Afternoons. Discovery Hikes are held every first Saturday of the month, and this month it will be on September 3 at 9:30 am. Adventures into Nature are every second Saturday of the month, and will be on September 10 at 12 pm. Nature Rangers are every third Saturday of month, and will be on September 17 at noon. EarthCraft afternoons are every last Sunday of the month, and will be September 24 at noon.

For more information about events at the Mary Vagle Nature Center, please call the Center at (909) 349-6994 or visit their website at nature.fontana.org.

SAVE THE DATE!

Senator Gloria Negrete McLeod's Birthday Reception

Thursday, September 22nd from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. Location TBA and more information to follow in coming weeks.

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