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Arts & Culture

Chair – Daphne Grigsby
Mission Statement – The Arts and Culture Committee is dedicated to promoting and celebrating  arts, history, and entertainment in the Temecula Valley.  Our members volunteer at the community museum and assist the drama and music programs in local high schools.  The committee attends movies, plays, and musical performances at various venues.
A&C - Temecula Valley Museum

Temecula Valley Museum 

TVWC members volunteer 150 to 200 hours annually to support the museum with various events including:  the annual third grade history contest; the Second Saturday monthly celebration of the history and heritage of different cultures that call Temecula Valley home; artists’ receptions and performances; Night of the Luminaries celebrating the Summer Solstice; the annual bazaar; the Reality Rally featuring reality stars from a variety of television shows; and decorating the museum rotunda for the holidays.

TVWC awards grants to the Temecula Valley Museum to help offset the cost of various exhibits. Most recently, the museum received a $1,500 grant for the Native American Village.

A&C - Music
Temecula Valley High Schools
TVWC supports and promotes the arts in local high schools through annual donations to their music, art, dance and drama programs. In 2019, Murrieta Valley High received $500 for their instrumental program; and Great Oak High received $1,000 for their drama and dance programs.
A&C - Drama
A&C - Dance
Support for Local Arts Organizations
TVWC supports and attends local productions and shows at venues such as the Old Town Temecula Community Theater, The Merc, and Moonlight Vista Theater. Members also look forward to “Afternoons at the Movies” and the follow-up discussions to critique the films and discuss the writing, directing, acting, and cinematography.
A&C Old Town Community Theatre