Today is the last day of the Railroad Days event in Fullerton. Here is the official press release:
We did it! Sponsors have stepped up to help cover the costs so Railroad Days in Fullerton can continue with its 13th year as a FREE community event from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 4 & 5 at the Train Station, presented by the Southern California Railway Plaza Association.
And a lineup of our most-ever featured rail exhibitors will be open for tours — led by Amtrak’s Exhibit Train, stretching 520 feet along the tracks; a BNSF modern diesel freight locomotive; Disneyland Railroad’s Ernest S. Marsh Locomotive #4 and three vintage cabooses. Continue reading
This will be a good old British-Style garden party, featuring:
- Beer & Wine
- Vintage Car Show
- Live Bands
- & Fun for the Family Continue reading
Press Release City of Fullerton, Public Information Office
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEn PRESS RELEASE #13013: 4/11/2013
Contact : City Council Office (714) 738-6311, Fullerton City Manager’s Office (714) 738-6317
Subject : Citizens Invited to “Talk Around Town” with Mayor Bruce Whitaker
Fullerton, Ca – Been too busy to keep track of what’s going on in your city? Well come join Mayor Bruce Whitaker as he host, “Talk Around Town with Bruce,” a monthly Town-Hall style meeting with the community.
“Talk Around Town” is the title of an informal gathering on Tuesday, April 23, hosted by Fullerton City Mayor, Bruce Whitaker at the Fullerton Museum at 301 N. Pomona Ave. Continue reading
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Media Contact: Jess Block, 909-706-8525, JessBlockPR@gmail.com
FULLERTON, CA- In observance of Autism Awareness Month in April, CF Dance Academy will offer “Everybody Dance Now,” the first dance and movement program specifically available for children with special needs in North Orange County, at CF Dance Academy West Campus at 109 S. Harbor Blvd in Fullerton, for an eight-week session Fridays from 5-6pm from April 19 through June 7, 2013. (Event Flyer) Continue reading
The Young Americans for Liberty California State Convention is coming to Cal State Fullerton on Saturday, April 13th, from 9 am to 7 pm at the The Royal Ballroom at Holiday Inn Fullerton, located at the south end of the CSUF campus, at 2932 Nutwood Ave.
There be speakers and activism training offered by expert faculty, and young leaders for liberty will also converge on the campus of Cal State Fullerton from all over the map: from NorCal to SoCal, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and Hawaii. Continue reading
Back to Natives Restoration is hosting a fun “Edible Native Plants for your Garden” workshop on Saturday, April 6, 2013, at 3 pm, at Green Bliss – The Café, located at 305 N. Harbor Blvd., Suite 103, in Fullerton.
Grab a delicious organic coffee and settle down for a lazy afternoon with Back to Natives. Join Reginald Durant, BTN Director of Restoration, and learn about edible native plants for your garden. Native plants provide a healthy environment for wildlife and people. Natives conserve water – an increasingly scarce natural resource. Using natives eliminates the need for pesticides, which harm beneficial insects and other animals, and reduces our exposure to toxic substances. Continue reading
State Senator Bob Huff (R-Brea) will be holding his annual Education Summit in April and will be proudly hosting the event at Fullerton College. This year’s theme will be student College and Career Readiness:
Here are the details:
How California’s Schools can Help Prepare Students for College and the Workforce
Speakers Include: Continue reading
Apparently several Fullerton residents learned nothing from the murder of homeless resident Kelly Thomas by a few Fullerton police officers. Supervisor Shawn Nelson, who is currently the Chairman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors, has pushed the County into paying $3.1 million for a 29,000-square-foot building on two acres on South State College Boulevard, to be used as a permanent year-round homeless shelter, according to the Voice of OC.
Kudos to Nelson for doing something when so few cities in Orange County are doing anything. The homeless in Orange County are expected to weather the elements, where they are exposed to dangers that in the past two years have included the Fullerton police and a crazed killer. Why not give them somewhere safe and warm to sleep at night? Continue reading