Great Subs @ SUBMARINA - Hemet
May 1, 2010 is the last performance for this year's Ramona play.

Tickets are still available for the May 1 show.

Go here to get your Ramona tickets.

Check out the historical compilation video of the play, below.

Footage goes back all the way to 1924.

Period music.
S U B M A R I N A - Hemet

3220 W. Florida Ave. 
Hemet, CA  92545
(951) 925 - 1400

Mon - Sat       9am - 8pm
Sun       9am - 6pm

We are located on the corner of Florida Ave. & Sanderson Ave.
Stater Bros Shopping Center behind Coco's 
next to Cartridge World

On Saturday, April 24, 2010, Mt. San Jacinto College in San Jacinto Califronia will host both a Multicultural Fair and a Job Fair at the same time.

The multicultural fair will have music, dancing, food, arts and crafts and will be from 10am to 2pm in parking lot B.

At the same time MSJC, California Family Life Center and Goodwill Industries will hold a job fair on campus. 

30 potential employers are expected including Charlotte Russe, Banana Republic, Wells Fargo, LA Airport Police and various insurance companies.

The college is located at 1499 N. State Street, San Jacinto     (951) 487-6752

After our recent rains, the weather should be very nice for this event.

The 87th Ramona Outdoor Play, The Official California Outdoor Play, will be held at the Ramona Bowl in Hemet April 17/18, April 24/25 and May 1, 2010.

The Ramona Play is based on the novel "Ramona" by Helen Hunt Jackson, published in 1884.  The play depicts the love story between Ramona and Alessandro and also provides a glimpse of the tragic history of Southern California's native people.

"Ramona" begins on a Mexican rancho in California of the 1850's and describes in detail the lives of the Mexican settlers as well as the lives of the local Indians.

The play surrounds the love story between Ramona and the Indian Alessandro and the serious consequences of that relationship.

I will not describe the play further as it would diminish your experience of the play in all its glory.  Needless to say the play will be worth you while. Check it out.

For more information about the Ramona Play, performance schedule and ticket prices please go to the Ramona Bowl  website.

"Water in the Desert" is an exhibit at the Mt. San Jacinto College Art Gallery dealing with water conservation in SoCal.

The exhibit showcases 42 photographs taken by both Mt. San Jacinto College and Copper Mountain College ( Joshua Tree).

The 42 phototgraphs were taken in such diverse areas as the Coachella Valley, the Salton Sea, Anza Borrego Desert and Diamond Valley Lake.

The photographs will be shown at the Mt. San Jacinto Gallery until Thursday.  The gallery is located on the college campus and open Monday through Thursday from 10am to 4pm.

The college is located in San Jacinto @ 1499 N. State st. 

Entry to the exhibit is free.