Bicycle race will zip past Murieta

Lance Armstrong hasn't committed to be there, but the bicycles of the 2011 Amgen Tour of California will go streaking past Rancho Murieta on May 17. Read more »

Ready for summer? Circle these dates


Entertainment, Theatre & Culture for Rancho Murieta has released the dates for this summer's concerts -- with the names of the acts soon to follow.  Circle these dates:

  • Kickoff event: May 15
  • Concert 1: June 11
  • Concert 2: July 2
  • Concert 3: July 30  
  • Concert 4: Aug. 20   
  • Concert 5: Sept. 10

Bus trip Feb. 5 to Stockton hockey game

The Rancho Murieta Association is offering a bus trip to a Stockton Thunder hockey game Saturday, Feb. 5.  The bus leaves the North Gazebo at 4:45 p.m. and game time is 7:30 in Stockton.  The Thunder play the Utah Grizzlies.  The cost is $25 per ticket, and the event is for RMA members and guests only.  For reservations, call the RMA at 354-3500 or e-mail

'Coming to America' show canceled

Coming to America

"Coming to America," a show starring Neil Diamond tribute artist Jay White, scheduled for Saturday night at Sacramento's Community Center Theater, has been canceled.  The show, which was making its premiere, was produced by former Murietan Steve Hart, who said the show was being canceled "due to circumstances beyond our control."   Read more »

Ladies and gentlemen, you may start your holiday spending


Get a head start on holiday shopping starting next weekend with Murieta Village's annual Craft Fair and Bake Sale on Saturday. Then Kick Off Christmas, a holiday boutique that benefits the American Cancer Society, follows on Sunday. On Saturday, Nov. 13, the Pleasant Grove High School Band Boosters Fall Festival and Holiday Bazaar returns. Information about these events is available here. Read more »

Gathering for bingo, gathering to honor those who've fought cancer


It was ghosts, goblins and bingo Friday night at the Rancho Murieta Association Building when the RMA Recreation Committee hosted a capacity crowd for a sociable evening of games and treats.  Wanna come inside? Check out 24 photos in the gallery.  And check out the scary bingo video on's Facebook page.

Pink Party

A Celebration of Pink Party at the Villas Clubhouse Friday night honored mothers, sisters, daughters, and friends who have faced breast cancer. Proceeds benefitted the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure.

Fall Trash & Treasure coming Saturday

Trash & Treasure

Too much stuff? Consider renting a space at the Optimist Club's Fall Trash & Treasure event. Rancho Murieta's version of the yard sale is being held 8 a.m. to noon Saturday in the parking lot of the FAA Building on Cantova Way. Spaces rent for $20. Call 354-1084 to reserve a space.

Celebration of Pink Party benefits Komen Foundation

Komen logo

A Celebration of Pink Party will be held 6:30 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Villas Clubhouse. Enjoy wine tasting with Shenandoah Vineyards by Sobon Estate, Cookie Lee Jewelry by Kaitlin Peoples, food, live music, and fabulous raffles ranging from rounds of golf to spa treatments. Tickets cost $15 and are being sold in advance at Murieta Health Club, the Rancho Murieta Association or by contacting Shanel at 990-5427 or All proceeds go to the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure. Help support hope and finding a cure during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

A little bit of Italy on Lake Clementia

Italian Festival

Square See almost 100 photos from the event

The second annual Mangia! Mangia! Italian Festival at Lake Clementia started with a bocce ball tournament at the new courts constructed by the Rancho Murieta Association Maintenance Department and concluded with dinner by the lake Sunday. In between, several hundred participants enjoyed a dog parade, a spaghetti sauce contest, a limoncello contest and tasting, a grape stomping event, and lots to mangia, mangia, including Italian ice and other specialties. The event benefits St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church and area organizations.

Country Club goes country Saturday night

Dave Russell

The Rancho Murieta Country Club presents country singer Dave Russell for an evening of country western entertainment for club members and their guests Saturday.  A cocktail hour and line dance lessons begin the festivities at 6 p.m., followed by dinner in the Murieta Room featuring mesquite smoked prime rib, southwestern chicken, cornbread, and ranch beans, with sweet potato and pecan pies for dessert. The show begins at 8:30 p.m. Jeans, boots and cowboy hats are encouraged, but, please, no spurs. The cost is $25.95 per person. Call Cheryl at 354-3400 for reservations.

Syndicate content