It’s the last night of the Market! Enjoy trick-or-treating at vendor booths, kids’ costume parades at 5:00 and 6:45pm, a pre-decorated pumpkin contest, free crafts, German beer at the Museum’s Beer and Wine Garden, music by Bubba and the Big Bad Blues and more! Continue reading
The Civil Air Patrol Falcon Squadron 40 is hosting their next meeting on Thursday, October 24 at 7:30 pm at the Fullerton Airport – AFI Hangar 2, at 4119 W. Commonwealth Avenue, in Fullerton.
Civil Air Patrol (CAP is an aviation-oriented volunteer auxiliary of the United States Air Force CAP Senior (Adult) Program for US Citizens 18 and over. Continue reading
Bourbon Street NFL Season Opener with a Heart: Former Rams Mike Lansford, Leroy Irvin and Swipe4TheKids Give Back – 9/8
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Media Contact: Jess Block, 909-706-8525, JessBlockPR@gmail.com
FULLERTON, CA— Former NFL Rams Mike Lansford and Leroy Irvin will join social enterprise Swipe4TheKids at Bourbon Street Bar and Grill to donate $400 to charity on the first day of the NFL season, Sunday, September 8, during halftime of the Rams game, anticipated around 2:30 p.m., at the California Cajun restaurant Bourbon Street Bar and Grill, 110 E. Commonwealth Ave. in Fullerton. Continue reading
Downtown Fullerton is getting a new restaurant – Pie Dog – and the owner, Michael Schepers, knows a thing or two about restaurants.
Schepers, who is Austrian and Dutch, and Megan, his Persian wife, is Persian lived in England for a while, according to Monster Munching. They moved to America and now own a Thai restaurant in Irvine called Kitima. They bought the place from a Thai family around a decade ago. But what they are really known for is a tiny little place, next door, they’ve called Mick’s Karma Bar, where they make a fine burger from meat they grind themselves. Continue reading
Thursdays in the Kitchen, the popular Fullerton Arboretum seasonal cooking class series is back for the rest of 2013!! Join a variety of local chefs, cooks, farmers and culinary experts as they guide you through a delectable selection of seasonal meals made with Arboretum-grown ingredients! Classes include instruction, a full dinner of the menu being prepared and an instruction and recipe booklet of the night’s dishes. Class starts at 6pm and usually last until 8:30 or 9pm. Continue reading
Media/Press Contact: Robin Wachner, Communications Department (714) 708-1543
Costa Mesa, Calif. (July 8, 2013) – The 2013 OC Fair will open its gates Friday, July 12, to mark the beginning of the much-anticipated annual tradition that runs until Sunday, August 11 (open Wednesday-Sunday). The theme, “Come & Get It,” brings back familiar favorites, such as the All-Alaskan Pig Races and exhilarating carnival rides, as well as new features including Dr. Entomo’s Palace of Exotic Wonders, a sideshow-type insect exhibit, and the Summer in the Cities Presentation, a nightly multi-faceted celebration of Orange County.
Fairgoers can take advantage of free admission and parking during Opening Hour (Friday, July 12, Noon-1 p.m.) The following promotions are also available on Friday (open Noon-Midnight): Continue reading
WTLC (With Tender Loving Care) is once again bringing the heart of New Orleans to Fullerton! The WTLC will be hosting its Annual Mardi Gras in July Fundraiser on Saturday, July 13th 2013 at the Museum Center Plaza, at 201 North Pomona Ave., in downtown Fullerton. The plaza will be jumping with the sound of Zydeco music, street performers, a “King and Queen” of the festival, a taste of the Big Easy and of course the Hurricanes will be flowing!
Tickets are $25 includes: Taste of New Orleans, entertainment, raffle ticket for a chance to win a 42″ TV and a glass of beer or wine.
WTLC aims to eliminate domestic violence With Tender Loving Care. Through your contributions, our organization is able to continue to assist victims of domestic violence and human trafficking and their families in rebuilding their lives. 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
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