Dressing Downton at Muzeo in AnaheimTuesday February 14, 2017
One of the most popular shows around now has a traveling exhibition of its wears and inspirations. “Dressing Downton” celebrates the fashion and jewelry of the Downton Abbey. Enjoy the style of the working characters and the characters of leisure in this incredible exhibit. Extended museum hours from February 12 – May 7, 2017: Tue-Thu 10am-5pm, Fri-Sat 10-8pm, Sun 10-5, Closed Mondays. Muzeo is a beautiful venue and has a wide variety of exhibits and events throughout the year. While you’re in Anaheim, the Packing District is a great place to get a bite to eat.
Make an art nouveau card for your Valentine: FEB 5Monday January 30, 2017
The Fullerton Museum Center is offering a special, hands on, creative event to make art nouveau Valentines cards at 2pm on February 5, 2017. Create a heartfelt original Valentine for your love ones and enjoy tea and light refreshments of the period. $15 includes all materials and refreshments. Did you know that the Fullerton Museum Center was voted best art museum by the OC Weekly?! For additional information, call the Fullerton Museum Center at 714-738-6545. What is art nouveau?
Snow & Sled Day in Fullerton: JAN 28Monday January 16, 2017
Enjoy winter fun for everyone at the Snow & Sled Day in Fullerton on January 28. That’s right, real snow! The kids will love sledding on three 75’ runs at the Brea Dam. There will also be a toddler and sled run for those 5 and under. Enjoy hot chocolate and marshmallows to keep you warm and food is available for purchase. Music and crafts make this an event all kids will enjoy. Pre-registration is required. Sign-up today! If you looking for more grown up fun in the snow such as skiing or snowboarding, check out Mammoth Mountain, or Snow Summit.
Dining near historic Main Street in Yorba LindaFriday January 6, 2017
Part of the irresistible charm of Yorba Linda is Main Street. Since the 1920s, Main Street has been a popular place to dine, shop, and gather with friends. Enjoy Mexican and Italian food at Main Street Restaurant. They are famous for their 6-foot burritos. Winery at Main Street offers a fine selection of red, white, and fruit-based wines made in-house. Delicious appetizers are pairings are also top notch. Mimi’s and Fitness Grill are also close.
25th First Night Fullerton: New Year’s EveThursday December 22, 2016
A popular north Orange County tradition is First Night Fullerton. This is the 25th anniversary of this fun new year’s eve event. It’s a FREE, all ages, non-alcohol related event that takes place between 7pm and Midnight. On Harbor Blvd., Pomona Ave., and Wilshire Ave. Enjoy live music, extreme rides, zip lining, yummy food, games, roaming entertainment, and fireworks display at midnight. If you’re looking for a more beachy scene, try HB on January 1. The annual Surf City Splash takes place between 9-11AM. Activities include dip in the Pacific Ocean and a pancake breakfast. This event benefits the HB International Surf Museum.
The Nutcracker @ the Grove of Anaheim: DEC 17Thursday December 8, 2016
Enjoy a cherished holiday tradition with the Anaheim Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker at the City National Grove of Anaheim. This full-length production includes waltzing flowers, huge Christmas trees, and so much more. Get your tickets here. This is the 30th season for the Anaheim Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker. Learn about the history of this popular holiday tradition. Other holiday productions at the Grove include The Vandals Christmas Formal, Olate Dogs Santa Paws Holiday Show and 2nd Annual Noche Navidena con Luis.
Hometown Heroes Christmas Tree DedicationMonday November 21, 2016
Hometown Heroes Christmas Tree Dedication will honor those armed service members who lost their lives in Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam. It takes place Sunday, December 4th at Noon in the East Room of the Nixon Library. Each fallen hero will be recognized by name and families will receive personal ornaments to display on the special Hometown Heroes Christmas Tree. There is also a special film screening of ‘They Were Our Fathers’ at 2pm. This documentary film takes place at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C., as hundreds of children, now men and women, who lost their fathers during the Vietnam War honor their dads on Father’s Day with a special ceremony and remembrances left at The Wall. Both events are free and open to the public. Admission to the museum sold separately.
Provence Residence 3 is the one for you!Wednesday November 9, 2016
Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a beautiful brand new home at Provence in Yorba Linda. Residence 3 is ideal for growing families. The spacious plan has a generously sized great room that includes a welcoming fireplace. The gourmet kitchen includes an island, a Whirlpool stainless appliance package, and granite countertops. The pampering master suite has a large walk-in closet, dual sinks, separate shower, and bath. The loft is a perfect space for a home office or fourth bedroom. Start 2017 right with a beautiful new home at Provence in Yorba Linda!
The Nixon Library is new & improved!Monday October 24, 2016
Super close to Provence in Yorba Linda, you’ll find the sprawling Nixon Presidential Library. It has gone through a yearlong $15 million renovation which includes nearly 70 new major exhibits, including a replica of President Nixon’s Oval Office and an extensive exhibit on Nixon’s historic trip to China. It also features 30 unique multi-media experiences, 11 original films, 12 custom digital interactives, 10 curated archival film sequences, more than 600 photographs, 8,000 square feet of wall murals and more than 300 artifacts. This history-filled venue is a wonderful and impressive place to host a special occasion including weddings, family reunions, anniversaries, and business events.
Silverado Days: OCT 14-16Tuesday October 11, 2016
Enjoy Fall weather, family fun and good times at the 60th annual Silverado Days event from October 14-16. This popular event draws over 60,000 people from all over Orange County. It takes place at Peak Park in Buena Park. Have your choice of carnival rides, games, crafts, contests (pie eating contest, arm wrestling, dunk tank, speed pitch, bungee run, darts, win-a-fish and more), yummy food court, vendors, and fun. There will also be live entertainment. This cool event raises thousands of dollars for local charities.