Palm Springs Community Calendar

Would you like to add an event?

All Day

Special Exhibit: Jose Sarria – Legendary Drag Queen and LGBTQ+ Activist

Welwood Murray Memorial Library 100 S Palm Canyon, Palm Springs

A special exhibit will be on display at the Welwood Murray Memorial Library in the main room during the hours the Library is open. A representative from the Jose Sarria Foundation will be on site daily and there will be special lectures and film screenings scheduled. Come see the exhibit and learn more about this trailblazer. …

Special Exhibit: Jose Sarria – Legendary Drag Queen and LGBTQ+ Activist Read More »

DWA Board Meeting


The Desert Water Agency Board meets this morning at 8 a.m. This meeting will be held virtually, and anyone can attend by phone or computer. To participate in this meeting by phone, call toll free (253) 215-8782 and use meeting ID 862 2273 8275 and pass code 966333. To join the meeting via computer, use this …

DWA Board Meeting Read More »

Dia de los Muertos Celebration

Demuth Community Center 3601 E. Mesquite Avenue, Palm Springs

Celebrate the Day of the Dead with the City of Palm Springs Parks and Recreation Department. This year's celebration, held at Demuth Community Center, includes free food, mariachis, community altars and drag queen loteria.  For more information, call the Demuth Community Center at (760) 320-6430.  

Historic Site Preservation Board Meeting


The Palm Springs Historic Site Preservation Board meets tonight via Zoom. To join the meeting, use this link, or call (669) 444 9171 and enter meeting ID 818 3074 6610.

Family Drum Circle/Círculo Familiar de Tambores

Palm Springs Family Center 333 S. Farrell Drive, Palm Springs

Learn, unite, play. To register, use this link: For more information, call (760) 416-1374. Para registrarse: Para más información: (760) 416-1374.

This site uses cookies to provide you with a great user experience. By continuing to use this website, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy.

Sign up for news updates.

Receive vital news about our city in your inbox for free every day.

100% local.

The Post was founded by local residents who saw gaps in existing news coverage and believed our community deserved better.

Scroll to Top