Riverside County Library System host French Valley Community Faire
Wed, 26/10/2022 - 05:00
French Valley, CA – The Riverside County Library System (RCLS) is excited to announce the hosting of the French Valley Community Faire with the unveiling of the French Valley Historical Society’s new local history exhibits and celebrations of the French Valley Library’s First Birthday and the 25th Anniversary of the RCLS.
Please join us for this free family friendly event from 10:00a.m.- 2:00p.m., November 5, at the French Valley Library, located at 31526 Skyview Road in French Valley.
The French Valley Faire will host many activities for all ages.
“The addition of the Library enhances this growing community and will complement the community well into its future,” said Suzanne Holland, Director of Riverside County Office of Economic Development, “I welcome all of you to enjoy the library and the French Valley Community Faire, which will host a variety of community and business resources.”
The Faire will begin with welcoming remarks by Chuck Washington, Riverside County Third District Supervisor, and the unveiling of the French Valley Historical Society’s new exhibits.
“The French Valley Library has become the hub of our community,” said Supervisor Chuck Washington, “I’m excited to invite you all to celebrate his beautiful library, the history of the community, and the solid foundation of our 36-branch library system.”
The event will include Community and County Resources – including the Fire Truck from Station 83, Story times, Live Characters, Live Entertainment, Kids Zone Activities and Crafts, Birthday Party Celebration, lunch provided by the In-N-Out Food Truck, and so much more.
The Faire will also feature walk-through history tours and docent talks about the French Valley community. Explore the fascinating formation and development of the French Valley Community from the early 1870’s to now.
“This is an exciting time for the French Valley Community,” Suzanne Holland, Director of Riverside County Office of Economic Development, “full of opportunity and a unique synergy in retail, mixed-use and other exciting developments that will continue to bring an added quality of life and jobs to the region.”
The Riverside County Library System is a division of the Office of Economic Development. For more information, please contact the Riverside County Library System at (951) 369-3003 or visit www.rivlib.net.