1. The sun will shine anew, according to the National Weather Service. Today, expect mostly sunny skies with a high around 68. Tonight's forecast calls for increasing clouds along with patchy, dense fog and a low near 40.
2. The Murrieta City Council will hold its regularly scheduled meeting beginning at 6 p.m. Agenda includes the appointment of two Council members to the Youth, Family and Health Regional Task Force; approval of an $885,630 design services agreement with the San Francisco-based URS Corp. for work on the Interstate 15-Murrieta Hot Springs Road Interchange Improvement Project; and a discussion about parameters for international travel for economic development purposes due to the invitations to City Council member Randon Lane and Mayor Rick Gibbs for travel to China. Meetings are held in Council Chambers at Murrieta City Hall, 1 Town Square.
3. Here's what's for lunch today at elementary schools in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District: bean and cheese burrito. Lunches are served with a fresh fruit/salad bar and a choice of juice or milk. Lunches average about 658 calories and 16.29 percent fat. To see middle and high school menus, click here.
4. Reading Cinemas at Cal Oaks is hosting a special one-night-only showing of “Please Subscribe: A Documentary about YouTubers” beginning at 7:30 p.m. at 41090 California Oaks Road in Murrieta. YouTube is the third most trafficked site on the Internet and over 800 million people log on to watch over 3 billion hours of video a month. The documentary follows the phenomenon of some of the most influential and unique content creators raising the bar on Youtube and for online media in general. Through a series of intimate narrative vignettes, the film explores the different journeys taken by some of the medium's top creators to get where they are today, and asks the question, "What makes a YouTuber?" For more information, click here.
5. Parents are invited to a Family Math Night from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at E. Hale Curran Elementary, 40855 Chaco Canyon Road. Murrieta Valley Unified's Family Math Nights include eight different math activities for students to do with parents. Games range from place value to multiplication, addition and geometry.
BONUS TIP: Every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. the Vista Murrieta Golden Alliance Marching Band and Color Guard hosts a Bingo Night that includes a progressive jackpot. Held at Vista Murrieta High School, 28251 Clinton Keith Road, the buy-in is $15. Early bird play begins at 6:15 p.m.; doors open at 4 p.m.