This page was last updated: July 23, 2016
Contact Us 
39611 Oak Glen Rd. #13, Oak Glen, California, 92399
Office phone: (909) 797-1005
FAX:(909) 797-2207
E-mail: Los Rios Rancho Information

Celebrate the conclusion of the Harvest season with us on Thanksgiving weekend. We will be gathering the remaining fruit of the year to boil down into a delicious  apple butter. Help in the process of the apple butter making and participate in the various lawn activities. We will have our horse drawn hayrides petting zoo, and variety of frontier crafts open for you to enjoy. Don't miss the speed cider and apple butter competitions!
Festivities will take place on the green in front of the country store. 

Harvest Feast 
Saturday night of the festival 

Seated in true feasting style you will partake of a hearty stew served directly to your table in a farm grown pumpkin. Enjoy traditional early American folk music and bring a close to the harvest season with called country dances. 

Partake in the Christmas season in classic Currier and Ives fashion! We'll be singing, dancing, and enjoying the chilly winter evening as we gather 'round the warm hearth for a holiday feast. So, don your festive best and join us for a night of Yule Tide cheer. 

 You will dine on Apple Butter glazed ham, Chicken pot pie, dutch oven roasted potatoes, Green Beans, followed by a hearty bread pudding.

Check in time: 5:30 
Seating begins at 6:00
Currier and Ives Christmas Dinner 
December 3rd, 4th, 9th, 10th, 11th
All Tickets Sales - No refunds, no exchanges, no exceptions.
Select Date and Adult / Childern Tickets Selection Then Select Total Qty of Tickets During Checkout.

Specified events do not allow children ages 2 and under to attend

 We apologize for the inconvenience.  "All seating arrangements are determined by Riley's staff"
Riley's Hometown Jamboree 
April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, and September 3rd
 8 years ago Dennis and Devon Riley had the vision to bring back the hometown atmosphere of dinner shows and community jam sessions. That vision has been long in fruition with our monthly Jamborees. This is a casual event in which the Riley family band and friends will entertain you as Shelli Riley serves up a traditional Chicken dinner. After the meal we invite you up to join in a group jam session. Whether you play guitar, jug, saw, or accordion you are welcomed as family.  
Check in 5:45 Tickets start at $20
Seating begins at 6:00  

We proudly present our first ever
“Heritage Feast”
Date to be announced
An authentic farm to table dinner event

The Riley family invites you to dine under a canopy of alder trees on their homestead property. There you will enjoy an intimate 4 course feast made from locally sourced foods and prepared on sight.
Dennis Riley, founder of the Riley family operations, will be taking an opportunity to share his expertise on the American Agrarian age and the benefit of farming to the early settlers.

The event will take place at the Riley home and Frontier farm located just half a mile down the road from our Los Rios Location. 

Featuring cello music by Seana Thompson
Movies on the Green
July 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th
Shows begin at sundown
​Free Admission

Bring your picnic blanket and prepare for a night of great cinematic entertainment on the green in front of the barn. We will show 4 classic movies on 4 separate nights all on the big screen. Our theater will be a blanket of stars and a bed of grass all under the watchful eye of wilshire peak. 
A concession stand will be open throughout the duration of the film to ensure that no tummies are left growling. 

Life with Father (7/2) 7 Brides for 7 Brothers (7/9) Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (7/16) My Fair Lady (7/23) 
Old West Days &Chuck Wagon Supper 
August 6th and 7th

Join us for a two day festival that hearkens back to a bygone day of the American old West. We will have a host of Period vendors, historical demonstrations, and frontier crafts for you to enjoy on the green in front of the barn. 
Festival admission is free

Saturday August 6th
Chuck Wagon Supper Show

Dine on an authentic chuckwagon meal served from dutch ovens. Savor the rich flavor of slow cooked steak, potatoes, cowboy beans, biscuits, 
and farm fresh cobbler for dessert. We will host you under a canopy of summer stars and draw your mind to the lyrics of yesteryear with cowboy classics such as 
"Tumbling Tumbleweed", "Ghost Riders in the Sky", and "Happy Trails" 
Purchase tickets now as availability is limited. 
Public Events
Apple Butter Festival 
Harvest Dinner 
Thanksgiving Weekend