World Famous Djs will be playing the Best 80s All Night Long! There will also be a FREE Champagne Toast @Midnight and FREE Party Favors! Continue reading
World Famous Djs will be playing the Best 80s All Night Long! There will also be a FREE Champagne Toast @Midnight and FREE Party Favors! Continue reading→
First Night Fullerton – Thursday, December 31, 7:00 pm to midnight, Free admission
Check out Downtown Fullerton during First Night Fullerton, A Megastar Spectacular New Year’s Eve Celebration! The alcohol-free, family-friendly event will highlight U2, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Beach Boys, and the Beatles cover bands.
Enjoy kids’ activities ($2-$7) including the NEW Euro Quad Jumper, Hot Air Balloon and more. Roaming celebrity impersonators and food will be located throughout the area. Don’t miss the fireworks show at midnight!
Nominal fees of $2-$7 apply to all games, rides and activities. Tickets are required and can be purchased at Harbor/Wilshire and Wilshire/Pomona. Ticket sales will end at approximately 10:45pm. All games, rides and
activities will end at 11:30 p.m. Continue reading→
OrcoExpo, which bills itself as having the largest number of stamp collection dealers in Southern California, will be at a new location next month, from Jan. 8-10 at the Hotel Fullerton, located at 1500 Raymond Drive at the 91 Freeway, in Fullerton.
Promoter Stephen Pattillo promises more than 50 dealers from across the United States, U.N. and foreign post offices, a Regency Superior auction and free appraisals of philatelic material brought to the event. The hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission and parking are free, according to the Ventura County Star. Continue reading→
On September 15, 2015, the Fullerton City Council approved the Community Participation Plan in connection with formation of proposed city council district boundaries for a district elections ballot measure to present to the voters in November 2016.
The City has completed the first round of individual meetings with Compass Demographics.
The next step in the Community Participation Plan is to hold four community meetings throughout the City to gather citizen input on the mapping process on a larger scale in a workshop setting.
Dates, times and locations for the four Community Meetings are as follows: Continue reading→
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Eric Eberwein, (714) 902-5716, email@example.com
OCPA Gives OC Theatregoers a Holiday Gift
OCPA Studios Presents…Packages, a new play by Beverly Arrowsmith
The holidays are here and the Orange County Playwrights Alliance (OCPA) is ready with a new play event – the OCPA Studios staged reading of Beverly Arrowsmith’s “Packages,” occurring November 7, 2015 at Fullerton’s STAGEStheatre. The playwright directs a cast featuring Michele Arrowsmith-Rowe, Carol Felt, Freddie Harris, Austin Holden, Rina Holden, Arthur Kraft, Annie Newton, Andrew Pack, Bill Reed and Jeff Sinclair. Call 714-902-5716 for reservations.
The Play: Continue reading→
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) will be hosting six community open house meetings in the LA-Anaheim Project Section from October 15 through October 28. The first meeting on the 15th is at the Anaheim ARTIC train station from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. These meetings are to update the public on the progress and refinements made as well as to gather public feedback on the proposed alternatives. The LA-Anaheim corridor is a critical link that will connect the many diverse communities in Los Angeles and Orange Counties with an allegedly cleaner and more efficient mode of transportation.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority’s (Authority) Los Angeles to Anaheim Project Section will connect Los Angeles and Orange counties with high-speed rail traveling from Los Angeles Union Station to Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC), along the existing Los Angeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo (LOSSAN) rail corridor currently used by commuter, regional and freight rail providers (Metrolink, AMTRAK and BNSF). The Authority is preparing to begin the evaluation of proposed alternatives and invites you to come and learn about the project, ask questions and provide early feedback. Continue reading→
For Immediate Release: August 6, 2015
Contact: Gino Folchi, 1-916-323-9794
Attendees to learn about establishing and running nonprofit and exempt organizations
Sacramento – California State Board of Equalization (BOE) Member Diane Harkey is sponsoring a free nonprofit event in Fullerton with Assemblymember Young Kim, Assemblymember Ling-Ling Chang, Orange County Supervisor Shawn Nelson, Fullerton Mayor Greg Sebourn, Fullerton Mayor Pro Tem Jennifer Fitzgerald, and California State University Fullerton.
“My goal is to give all nonprofits in this district the educational tools they need to succeed and thrive by understanding California’s tax system and laws. My office is working diligently to promote the education of nonprofit managers so they can focus on improving our communities,” said Board Member Harkey. Continue reading→
Company Commemorates Milestone with Guest Freebies at All Locations
IRVINE, California – Juice It Up!, one of the nation’s leading raw juice bar and hand-crafted smoothie franchises, is celebrating 20 refreshing years by offering guests a free smoothie at the chain’s more than 80 units nationwide. On Tuesday, August 4, between 9 and 11 a.m., head to Juice It Up! to receive a complimentary small Strawberry Wave™ or the new California Cooler™ smoothie, with no purchase necessary.
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION, ORANGE COUNTY MOBILIZES COMMUNITY TO END ALZHEIMER’S WITH FREE EDUCATION EVENTS
Leading nonprofit to promote brain health during Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month
IRVINE, Calif., June 2, 2015 – In Orange County alone, more than 84,000 individuals are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease – and the number continues to climb. To shine a light on the thousands of Orange County residents living with the disease, Alzheimer’s Association, Orange County (AAOC) is offering several no-cost community education events across the county, in addition to a host of important initiatives throughout June, which is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month.
The national initiative, which is receiving growing support from Congress, urges individuals to hold global conversations about the brain, Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. The local events encourage community members to become aware and educated about healthy habits and healthy aging. Continue reading→
Fullerton, CA – The “Greatest Generation” and the US Marines will be the focus of a special salute Monday, May 25, at the 77th Annual Fullerton Memorial Day Observance.
The program, which will begin at 10 a.m., will be held at Loma Vista Memorial Park. Free to the public, the program is sponsored by the nonprofit American Veterans Memorial Association and the City of Fullerton. Continue reading→