Volume 138 | September 23-27, 2019
Day of the Dead Celebration:
Calling All Performers, Artists, Vendors
The City is hosting our community’s annual Day of the Dead Celebration on Friday, October 25, 6-10 p.m. at the Conference & Recreation Center , located right next to City Hall at 14075 Frederick Street.

The event will feature creative and beautiful Day of the Dead altars, traditional food, cultural entertainment and shopping opportunities. In preparation, the City is seeking artists, performers, and food and other vendors for the Day of the Dead Celebration .

This FREE event provides a wonderful opportunity for members of our visual and performing arts community to have their talents displayed for a broad audience.

Prepare Your Business to Survive
a Community Disaster
Following a community disaster, almost half of all affected small businesses never reopen, which has a devastating ripple effect across the entire local economy as jobs and commerce are lost. But proper planning can help your business survive a catastrophic event.

Sign up today for the final two installments of the City's innovative Business Emergency Resiliency Training (BERT) set for Oct. 2 and Dec. 18, 9-11 a.m. This is a FREE training opportunity!

All workshops to be held at the
Moreno Valley Employment Resource Center
12625 Frederick St., Suite K-3

Library's Teen Reading and Discussion Group Explores Diversity and Social Justice Issues
The Moreno Valley Library is a great place for teens to gather and learn together. The Deeper Than Our Skins teen reading and discussion group is currently exploring questions of race, equity, identity, history, institutional change and social justice.

Deeper Than Our Skins welcomes all teens, and meets each Wednesday at 5 p.m through November 22 . The Moreno Valley Main Library is at 25480 Alessandro Blvd.
Pet of the Week Video: Baby Cleo
Meet Cleo ( A500313 ) . She's only seven-months old! But she's figured out one thing already: She loves human companionship. Cleo absolutely lights up whenever she meets someone new. Imagine how excited this little puppy would be if you decided to become her lifelong human! Are you that person? It's the chance of a lifetime. Little Cleo is eagerly waiting for you!

Please visit the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter located at 14041 Elsworth St. to inquire about adopting baby Cleo and other dogs and cats searching for life companions. Animal Services can be reached at 951-413-3790 .