Want to do something that is free and fun for the entire family in the Inland Empire? Well my suggestion is to head on down to Upland downtown tonight for the annual Friday Night Cruise. Its a family event.
Upland was one of the cities located on the National Old Trails Road, established in 1912 as the first national coast-to-coast highway. In Upland, the national highway ran along Foothill Boulevard, which had been built on the route established by the early Spanish explorers. In 1926, a hundred years after Jedediah Smith’s expedition, the western part of the National Old Trails Road became part of the famed Route 66. In 1954, the San Bernardino Freeway, later part of Interstate 10, was completed, connecting Los Angeles to San Bernardino. The freeway, one of the first in the nation, eased the commute to Los Angeles and accelerated the transition of Upland from a rural citrus area to a residential and commercial community. Please click the following link for more information. http://www.historicdowntownupland.org/.
There is so much to do in this beautiful community of the Inland empire. These are friendly neighborhoods, where it is safe to walk the streets, lots of shops and restaurants, bars and the like. Whether you are a youngster, teen, family or senior, there is something for everyone. Come and join the fun. For more information on Things to Do In the Inland Empire go to www.chriscurtess.com. See you there…..