14 Fun Things To Do in Orange County This Weekend

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There’s a lot of fun things to do this weekend in Orange County. Everything from Cinco de Mayo celebrations, Rancho Days Fiesta in Lake Forest, an International Festival in Aliso Viejo, a Citrus Fair in La Habra, Taste of Orange, Free Comic Book Day, Old Towne Tustin Home and Garden Tour, and more!

  • Rancho Days Fiesta is Saturday 5/4 from 11am-3pm at Heritage Hill Historical Park in Lake Forest. Explore the rich history of Orange County’s Ranchos and Native American tribes. Take part in butter churning, candle dipping, piñata breaking & more! Admission is $5. http://bit.ly/2wMalHx
  • The 18th Annual International Festival is Saturday 5/4 at from 10:30am-5pm in Soka University in Aliso Viejo. Entertainment, food, shopping & more! FREE to attend. $10 parking on-site. http://ocevent.co/1T3Ah8j
  • The Annual San Clemente Cinco de Mayo Fiesta is Saturday 5/4 from 2pm-6pm in Max Berg Plaza Park. Live entertainment, games, food trucks, and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2VeAf4C
  • The 23rd Annual Old Towne Tustin Home and Garden Tour is Saturday 5/4. Live music, vintage homes and gardens tour, quilt show & more. Tickets required. http://ocevent.co/1WbS8uz
  • Anaheim Cinco is all weekend La Palma Park in Anaheim. Carnival rides, games, entertainment, performances, food & more! FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2UYMdKv
  • Love ‘Em and Leash ‘Em Dog Day is Saturday 5/4 from 9am-3pm at Carbon Canyon Park in Brea. Events include a Pokey Pooch Hike, Moderate Mutt Hike, Hearty Hound Hike, dog costume contest, dog kissing contest, and more. There will also be rescue dogs available for adoption, vendors, and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2Y7l5uR
  • Fiesta De Mayo Celebration is Saturday 5/4 from 1pm-3pm in the Oak Tree Court of the Outlets at San Clemente. Mariachis, actives for kids, and more. FREE. http://bit.ly/2skYGPE
  • La Habra Citrus Fair starts Friday night and runs all weekend on La Habra Blvd. Live music, food, games, carnival rides & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2qKcfT9
  • Mermaids Day 2019 is Sunday 5/5 at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure. Join fellow mermaid enthusiasts, merpeople, and sirens, for a themed day that takes you under the sea. Park admission required. http://bit.ly/2UxVvSo
  • The OC Running Festival, which includes the OC Marathon, and OC Lifestyle and Fitness Expo is this weekend at the OC Fairgrounds. http://bit.ly/2ZTUFhY
  • The Downtown Santa Ana Art Walk is Saturday 5/4 from 6pm-10pm. Food, shopping, performances & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2sYdu4d
  • Free Comic Book Day is Saturday 5/4. Comic book stores all over Orange County are participating including locations in Tustin, Orange, Irvine, Lake Forest, Laguna Hills, and Westminster. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2qFQLrx
  • The Taste of Orange is Sunday 5/5 from 3-7pm in Old Towne Orange. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2VKTu57
  • The AVP (Association of Volleyball Professionals) Huntington Beach Open is all weekend. Watch world class athletes compete in beach volleyball. South side of the pier. FREE to attend, however VIP premium seating is available for purchase. http://bit.ly/2pbnYsJ
  • Visit one of the many weekend Farmers Markets in OC (some will not be happening on Easter so double check before you go)  http://bit.ly/2BdBcuQ

Outside of OC but worth the drive…

  • Renaissance Pleasure Faire starts this weekend in Irwindale and runs through 5/19. Live performances, jousting, shopping, food, and more. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2uPUtoh Ticket discount: http://bit.ly/2Vp8DFJ

 

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13 Fun Things To Do This Weekend in Orange County

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There are 13 things to do this weekend in OC, including 2 free car shows, a boat show, TikiLand Day at Disneyland, a film festival, garden show, pet expo, music festival and more!

  • TikiLand Day is Sunday 4/28 at Disneyland. Join fellow tiki enthusiasts for a day of tiki fun, tiki fashion, 30+ art drops from tiki artists, Tropical Treasure Hunt with pin prizes for the first 1000 guests to complete the hunt, meetups, group photos, and more. No cost to participate but must have admission to Disneyland. http://bit.ly/2Pyt8xD
  • The 32nd Annual Seal Beach Classic Car Show is Saturday 4/27 from 9am-3pm on Main Street. 550 cars on display! FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2HREDPv
  • The 22nd Annual “Doheny Wood” woodie car show is Saturday, 4/27, 8am-3pm at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point. Nearly 200 woodies on display. FREE to attend. State Beach parking fees apply. http://bit.ly/2IYYZ9q
  • The Newport Beach Film Festival starts runs through 5/2. The films are fantastic and there’s truly something for everyone. Tickets required and vary in price. http://bit.ly/2JvZp4a
  • The NSSA Surf Competition is all weekend at Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point. Viewing is FREE. http://bit.ly/2IWdZVG
  • The California Wine Festival is Saturday at Lantern Bay Park in Dana Point. California’s best wineries, top chefs, live music and more. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2ZDOvm3
  • Taste of Aliso Niguel is Saturday 4/27 from 6pm-11pm at the Laguna Design Center in Laguna Niguel. 30+ restaurants, beer and wine tasting, live music & more. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2pnrRwo
  • The 30th Annual Southern California Spring Garden Show “At Home in the Garden” is all weekend at South Coast Plaza. Garden vendors, garden displays, seminars, and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2HzItt0
  • America’s Family Pet Expo is all weekend at the OC Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. Pets to adopt, products & more. Admission required. http://ocevent.co/23LEYZc
  • “Back to the Beach” music festival is all weekend at Huntington State Beach, featuring Blink 182, The Used, Goldfinger, Reel Big Fish, and more. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2KjqXuP
  • The 46th Annual Newport Beach Boat Show is this weekend at the Lido Marina Village. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2prH4hX
  • Taste of Huntington Beach is Sunday 4/28 from 12pm-4pm at the HB Sports Complex. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2oO9Mpt
  • It’s the final weekend of the Knott’s Boysenberry Festival in Buena Park. Enjoy over 75 boysenberry inspired dishes, drinks, and more. Park admission required. http://bit.ly/2Gnqy8g
  • Visit one of the many weekend Farmers Markets in OC (some will not be happening on Easter so double check before you go)  http://bit.ly/2BdBcuQ

 

Outside of OC but worth the drive…

  • Renaissance Pleasure Faire starts this weekend in Irwindale and runs through 5/19. Live performances, jousting, shopping, food, and more. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2uPUtoh Ticket discount: http://bit.ly/2Vp8DFJ

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So Many Fun Things To Do This Weekend in Orange County, April 13-14

Car show, spring carnival, Earth Day celebrations, food, wine, and brews festivals, and much more this April 13-14 weekend in OC:

  • The 25th Annual Orange Plaza Car Show is Sunday 4/14 from 8am-3pm, in Old Towne Orange. More than 400 pre-1976 Street Rods, Custom and Classic vehicles will be on display. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2Gd6Yg8
  • The Sugar Plum Arts & Crafts Festival is all weekend in Buena Park at the Buena Park Downtown Mall. Shop for holiday themed craft items from vendors. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2IpL4Js
  • Movie in the Park: Enjoy Incredibles 2 at Hurless Barton Park in Yorba Linda on Saturday 4/13. Movie begins a dusk. FREE to attend http://bit.ly/2G9aubq
  • San Clemente Micro-Brew Fest is Saturday 4/13 from 12pm-5pm at Left Coast Brewing Co. in San Clemente. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2o9wa12  
  • Dapper Day Expo is all weekend at the Disneyland Hotel. Followed by the Spring 2019 Dapper Day on Sunday 4/14. Join thousands of Disney fans dressed in vintage styles from the bygone era. The Expo is at the Disneyland Hotel Exhibit Hall. Dapper Day requires Disneyland Park admission. Traffic and parking will be impacted in the surrounding area.http://bit.ly/2eHjBB4
  • Record Store Day is Saturday 4/13. Support your local record store and find exclusives available only on Record Store Day. http://bit.ly/2GjMF1N
  • Laguna Niguel Bunny Bonanza is Saturday 4/13 from 9am-12pm at Chapparosa Park in Laguna Niguel. Activities include crafts, games, face painting, visit from the Easter Bunny, and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2D7nu0n
  • The Newport Beach Mayor’s 5th Annual Egg Race is Saturday 4/13 from 10am-12pm at the Civic Center. Games, egg races, bounce houses, face painting, and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2UBoRzt
  • The San Juan Capistrano Spring Eggstravaganza is Saturday 4/13 from 10am-12pm at Los Rios Park. Egg hunts, petting zoo, face painting, games, and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2VMJOnH
  • There’s a Mother Earth Beach, Creek, and Park Cleanup at Doheny State Beach on Saturday 4/13 from 9am to noon. Meet at the lifeguard headquarters and bring gloves and a trashbag. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2Gewdi3
  • San Clemente GardenFest is Saturday 4/13 from 8am-2pm at the Community Center. Plant sale, garden flea market & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2UXCTri
  • San Clemente is celebrating Earth Day on Saturday 4/13 from 10am-2pm at Parque Del Mar. Beach cleanup at 8:30am, followed by educational displays, arts & crafts, and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2X7Ok0g
  • There’s a San Clemente Earth Day Beach Cleanup on Saturday 4/13 from 8am-10am. Meet at Pier 7. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2Z8xcsN Easter Eggcitement and Spring Carnival is Saturday 4/13 from 10am-1pm at Kraemer Park in Placentia. Easter egg hunts, crafts, storytime, visit from the Easter Bunny, and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2KyNg44
  • The City of Mission Viejo is celebrating Earth Day on Saturday 4/13 from 8am-12pm at Cordova Park. Help plant new landscape at the park. Free hotdogs and ice cream while supplies last.  FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2XeLwP1
  • CoastCon returns to OCC in Costa Mesa on Saturday 4/13. Enjoy a day of anime, manga, and Japanese culture. Attend panels, workshops, do some shopping and more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2GV9nP9
  • Attend a Luau at Soka University in Aliso Viejo. Ka Pilina Ho’olokahi 10th Annual Luau is Saturday 4/13 from 5-8pm. Buffet, live performances and more. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2UYsjTU
  • “Behind the Picket Fence” Vintage and Handmade Marketplace is Sunday 4/14 at the Heritage Museum in Orange County in Santa Ana from 9am-3pm. Shop from over 70 vendors. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2P6RMoV
  • Knott’s Boysenberry Festival continues this weekend and runs through 4/28 in Buena Park. Enjoy over 75 boysenberry inspired dishes, drinks, and more. Park admission required. http://bit.ly/2Gnqy8g
  • The Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival continues this weekend and runs through 4/23. Celebrity chefs, culinary demos, seminars, special food items & more. Park admission required. http://ocevent.co/1ROHxhh
  • Visit one of the many weekend Farmers Markets in OC (some will not be happening on Easter so double check before you go)  http://bit.ly/2BdBcuQ

Outside of OC but worth the drive…

  • Renaissance Pleasure Faire starts this weekend in Irwindale and runs through 5/19. Live performances, jousting, shopping, food, and more. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2uPUtoh Ticket discount: http://bit.ly/2Vp8DFJ

 

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10 Ways to Celebrate Mardi Gras in OC!

Fat Tuesday is next week! Just because you’re not down in The Big Easy, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some Mardi Gras fun. Orange County has some great options to get you in the Mardi Gras spirit. Below are 10 ways to celebrate Mardi Gras in Orange County.

 

Get a fresh baked King Cake

Porto’s Bakery in Buena Park is baking up traditional King Cake with cream cheese filling, only available through 3/5.

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Party at Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen

Fat Tuesday is back at Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen! The fun celebration includes a crowning of the King and Queen for the day, as well as specialty menu items, mini king cakes and lots and lots of beads!

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Enter a Crawfish Eating Contest

Hot N Juicy OC is bringing back their crawfish eating contest! Show up before 6pm on Tuesday, March 5th to register, or just come by anytime that evening to enjoy the drink specials! For more information, check out the events page here.

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Visit Bourbon Street

Head down to Bourbon Street, Bar & Grill of course, in Downtown Fullerton for a Mardi Gras celebration with food, drinks and live music from DixieDelics and DJ Barbosa. The party begins at 4pm on March 5th.

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Get some Mardi Gras inspired desserts

French’s Bakery is a great place to grab an authentic King Cake for your at-home Mardi Gras celebration. They also have delicious Mardi Gras decorated tiered cakes and cupcakes too!

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Take a trip to New Orleans Square

What better place to get into the Mardi Gras spirit than New Orleans Square in Disneyland? Check out the larger-than-life decorations, grab a Mickey beignet and a mint julep and maybe even catch a performance from the Jambalaya Jazz Band!

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Eat some NOLA-inspired food

Grab some authentic, live Louisiana crawfish or one of the other great Cajun combo meals from The Fire Crab in Garden Grove. No need to wait until Fat Tuesday, they have great specials every day!

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Take the kids to their very own Mardi Gras party

Kids can celebrate Mardi Gras too at Pretend City in Irvine! On Tuesday, March 5th, Pretend City is hosting their own family-friendly Mardi Gras celebration with fun themed activities, King Cake tasting and a Mardi Gras Parade!

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Catch some beads

Head to Campus Jax for Super Fat Tuesday, featuring $5 hurricanes, delicious cajun food and live music from 6pm to 10pm on Tuesday, March 5th.

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Enjoy a Mardi Gras Happy Hour

Celebrate Mardi Gras at On The Hook in Newport Beach on March 5th! Guest can enjoy Happy Hour all night long including $1 oysters, and great drink specials and try out their new Cajun Tacos!

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Lunar New Year Events in Orange County

Lunar New Year in Orange County

The Year of the Pig is upon us! With a strong and vibrant Asian population all throughout Orange County, there are many ways to celebrate! Here are some of the most popular Lunar New Year events happening this weekend in Orange County!

  • The largest Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration is held right here in Orange County! Celebrate the Lunar New Year at the Tet Festival, 2/8-2/10, at the OC Fairgrounds. Entertainment, cultural displays, games, fireworks & more! Regular admission is $6, children 2 and under are free with paid adult, and parking is $9. Guests can also park at Sid Goldstein Freedom Park and take the free shuttle to the event. https://tetfestival.org/

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  • OC Parks is celebrating the Lunar New Year with a Tet Festival held in Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley 2/8-2/10. The event will feature live music and entertainment, a traditional Lion Dance, firecrackers, and more. FREE to attend, free parking and free shuttles are available. http://www.ocparks.com/parks/mile/events

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  • The Little Saigon Tet Parade is the largest and most watched event of its kind in the U.S. This years even is on Saturday 2/9 from 9am-1pm in Westminster. The parade is free to attend, but a limited amount of seats located near the main stage are available for purchase. http://tetparade.org/

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  • The District at Tustin will celebrate their first ever Lunar New Year event with traditional and family-friendly festivities to ring in the Year of the Pig beginning at 3pm Sunday, 2/10. The first 500 guests will receive a lucky red envelope containing a crisp $1 bill and other highlights will include lively lion dance performances at 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., along with fan dancers and plenty of kid-friendly activities. https://thedistricttl.com/events/district-celebrate-lunar-new-year-at-the-district

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  • South Coast Plaza is celebrating the the Year of the Pig with a variety of free weekend entertainment featuring traditional Asian cultural performances including Lion Dance, UniStar Children’s Variety Show, the Silk Road Band and more. Children’s activities and unique exhibits and exclusive items are also available throughout the weekend. http://www.southcoastplaza.com/lunar-new-year/

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  • The Outlets at San Clemente is celebrating Lunar New Year with a special lucky envelope giveaway. Visit Customer Service between now and Friday, 2/8 to pick up your free Lucky Red Envelope for the chance to win special offers and prizes from your favorite brands. https://www.outletsatsanclemente.com/lunar/

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BONUS:

  • The 119th annual Golden Dragon Parade is in downtown LA on Saturday, 2/8 at 1pm, and Orange County residents can get a FREE ride from OCTA! The first 100 people in line at the Irvine Metrolink Station at 8am will receive round trip train tickets to Downtown Los Angeles! Everyone else can buy tickets for just $10. There will also be refreshments and a lion dance prior to the train departing. https://www.metrolinktrains.com/lunarnewyear/

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  • The Source OC in Buena Park is celebrating Lunar New Year next weekend in the main plaza on Saturday 2/16 from 12pm-6pm. Live performances, lion dancing, facepainting and more special events throughout the day. Tickets are free, but guests are strongly encouraged to register on Eventbrite prior to attending. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lunar-new-year-celebration-tickets-55437774877

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Plenty of Fun Things To Do in Orange County this Weekend, Nov 2-4

Here’s what’s happening this weekend in Orange County. Noche de Altares (Day of the Dead) is Saturday in Santa Ana, Holiday Arts & Crafts Faire is Saturday in Irvine, Pumpkin Launch is Saturday in Fullerton & more!

  • Noche de Altares is Saturday 11/3 from 1pm-10pm on 4th and Birch streets in Santa Ana. This community Dis de los Muertos celebration will include over 100 altars, live entertainment, face painting, shopping, food & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2gNoJKn
  • The skating at the Irvine Spectrum opens Friday 11/2 and runs through 1/6. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2CXEEyo
  • Irvine Fine Arts Center Holiday Faire is Saturday 11/3 from 9am-4pm on Yale Ave. in Irvine. Shop for handmade gifts, enjoy festive music & more. Admission is $2. http://bit.ly/2AI8Pbe
  • Pumpkin Launch is Saturday 11/3 from 10am-2pm on the athletics fields of CSUF in Fullerton. Watch as pumpkins are launched at targets 200-300 feet away. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2QgtzMA
  • Dapper Day Expo is all weekend 11/3-11/4 at the Disneyland Hotel. Followed by the fall 2018 Dapper Day on Sunday. Join thousands of other Disney fans as they dress in vintage styles from the bygone era. The Expo is at the Disneyland Hotel Exhibit Hall admission is $10. Dapper Day requires Disneyland Park admission. Traffic and parking will be impacted in the surrounding area. http://bit.ly/2eHjBB4
  • Big Adventure Fest is all weekend at the OC Fairgrounds. Live music, live comedy, cosplay, gaming, vendors, and more. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2yLZBt5
  • BlizzCon Blizzard Entertainment’s gaming convention is all weekend 11/4-11/5 at the Anaheim Convention Center. Onsite tickets are sold out but you can still buy a virtual ticket to watch the event at home. Traffic and parking will be impacted in the surrounding area. http://bit.ly/2PJxdlr

 

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This is the Weekend for Halloween Events in Orange County

Here are a ton of Halloween events happening this weekend in OC. Highlights include two ghost tours, the Anaheim Fall Festival and parade, Pageant of the Monsters, and more! Plus you’ll find other non-Halloween weekend events at the bottom of the post, which include Corgi beach day, a vintage market, and more.

  • Dana Point Halloween Spooktacular and Moonlight Movies is Friday 10/26 from 3-9pm at the Dana Point Community Center. Cookie decorating, costume parade, games & more. Movies start at 5:30pm and 7pm. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2JiBNkO
  • Ghosts & Legends Tours are Friday 10/26 and Saturday 10/27 in San Juan Capistrano. Take a walking tour of California’s oldest residential street and learn it’s spooky history. Tickets are $10. http://bit.ly/2wakQ4u
  • Pageant of the Monsters is 10/26, 10/27, 10/29, and 10/31 in Laguna Beach. Tour through a haunted house, enjoy music, activities, and more. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2yC2PPV
  • Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade is Saturday 10/27 in Downtown Anaheim. Festival starts at 11am, parade starts at 6pm. Games, costume contests, pumpkin patch, food & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2flcQce
  • Boo at the Santa Ana Zoo is Saturday 10/27 and Sunday 10/28, from 5:30-8pm. Trick-or-treating, entertainment, games, costume parade & more. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2xPrmCW
  • Fullerton Haunted Walking Tours run through 10/30. Tickets required, call ahead for reservations. http://bit.ly/2jOBxB0
  • Boot Hill (OC’s most elaborate Halloween yard display) runs select nights in October, in Irvine. FREE to attend but donations are welcomed and benefit CHOC. http://ocevent.co/1NNxnkD
  • Halloween Time at Disneyland runs every night through Halloween. Enjoy costumed characters, Halloween themed thats & more. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2cxXWdU
  • Knott’s Scary Farm runs select nights through Halloween. Journey through mazes and scare zones. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2yT1h5J
  • Los Alamitos Trunk-or-Treat is Saturday 10/27 from 5-7:30pm at Little Cottonwood Park. Treasure hunts, trick-or-treating, games & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2ytlDiO
  • The OC Halloween Zoo-tacular is Saturday 10/27 from 10am-4pm in Orange. Watch as zoo animal receive treat-filled pumpkins throughout the day. First 100 kids in costume get a free gift. Admission is $2. http://bit.ly/2PpMura
  • Mission Viejo’s Hometown Halloween is Saturday 10/27 from 4-7pm at the Community Center. Activities include games, crafts, music, maze & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2PXvhCw
  • Los Alamitos Halloween Festival is Saturday 10/27 at 6pm at the Los Alamitos Race Course. Costume contest, games, & more. Admission is $3. http://bit.ly/2SjzLF1
  • Stanton Halloween Fun with Family & Friends event is Saturday 10/27 from 12pm-4pm at Stanton Central Park. Costume contests, crafts, music & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2rMhR3c
  • The 2nd Annual Spooky San Clemente is Saturday 10/27 from 4pm-7pm at the Community Center. Games, corn maze, magic show, costume contest, and outdoor movie “Monsters Inc.”. Activity fee is $5. http://bit.ly/2RgKazV
  • The Dana Point Terrifying 10-Miler, Spooky 5K & 10K, and Super Hero Kids Run is Sunday 10/28 at Salt Creek Beach Park. Registration required. http://bit.ly/2D4sxk0
  • HB Halloween Fest is Tuesday 10/31 from 4-8pm on Main Street in Huntington Beach. Petting zoo, games, pony rides, entertainment & more. FREE to attend.

Non-Halloween weekend events:

  • The VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship, the world’s largest junior surfing competition, kicks off Saturday 10/27 with a parade along Main Street at 10am. Free to attend. http://bit.ly/2z3ZSaj
  • Spring Corgi Beach Day is Saturday 10/27 from 10am-3pm at Huntington Dog Beach. Watch as corgi dogs participate in costume contests, talent contests & more! FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2D4zpOe
  • The Golden Years Vintage Market is Saturday 10/27 from 11am-5pm on 2nd Street Promenade in Downtown Santa Ana. Vintage clothing, vinyl records & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2sVxP8t
  • Patches and Pins Expo is Sunday 10/28 from 12pm-8pm on 4th Street in Santa Ana. Free pin to the first 200 guests. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2z426GH

 

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Things To Do This Weekend in Orange County 9/7-9

Summer is starting to wind down but there is still plenty to do this weekend in Orange County. The Tall Ships Festival returns to Dana Point, Flying Miz Daisy Vintage Market is back for another show at the Hanger at the OC Fairgrounds, Sunset Serenades returns to Laguna Beach, and more!

  • Watch “Moana” Friday 9/7 at Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point at 8pm. (Free parking after 6pm). http://bit.ly/2GPFETB
  • Sunset Serenades return to Heisler Park in Laguna Beach Friday 9/7. Enjoy live music every Friday night in September from 5:30pm to sunset in the Rockpile Amphitheater (by the whale sculpture). FREE to attend. Schedule: http://bit.ly/2MPWt8N
  • The Tall Ships Festival is all weekend in Dana Point. Friday night “Sunset Parade Sail”, tour the tall ships, cannon battles, entertainment and more. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2xOj7m9
  • Flying Miz Daisy Vintage Market is Friday and Saturday inside the Hangar at the OC Fair and Events Center in Costa Mesa. There will be over 60 curated vintage vendors, a food truck and more. Admission and parking required.  http://bit.ly/2Lq3zM5
  • Halloween Time at Disneyland starts Friday and lasts through Halloween. Enjoy costumed characters, Halloween themed thats & more. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2cxXWdU
  • The 9th annual Dana Point Lobster Fest Saturday 9/8 from 4pm-10pm at Doheny State Beach. Tickets required: http://bit.ly/2MUxpO2
  • Concert in the Park: Desperado (Eagles tribute) Sunday 9/9 on the Civic Center Green in Newport Beach. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2M74hh0
  • Oktoberfest kicks off on Sunday 9/9 at Old World in Huntington Beach. Weiner dog races, live music, games & more. Doors open at 2pm. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2NlCL4d
  • Check out our ultimate guide to “Movies in the Park”. There are only a few movie nights left!! All are FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2H5uKck
  • Visit one of the many weekend Farmers Markets in OC: http://bit.ly/2BdBcuQ

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4th of July events in Orange County 2018

Here’s a list of 4th of July events in Orange County for 2018, listed by city:

Aliso Viejo:

  • July 4th Community Celebration & Fireworks is from 6-9:30pm at Grand Park in Aliso Viejo. FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1LZ4woE

Anaheim Hills:

  • 4th of July Celebration starts at 7am with a 5k/10k Firecracker Run followed by a Pancake Breakfast at 7:30am. Dog show at 9:30am and parade at 1pm. Live entertainment in the evening and Fireworks at 9pm. Multiple locations. FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1JrpAEb

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Brea:

  • 39th annual 4th of July Country Fair starts at 7am with a pancake breakfast in City Hall Park. Fair runs from 10am-3pm. Live music, vendors, food, games & more! FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2rWYkgm

Buena Park:

  • Knott’s Berry Farm is having a 4th of July Fireworks show on 7/4. Fireworks start at 9:30pm. Park admission required. http://bit.ly/2sF9SCY

Costa Mesa:

  • 4th of July Spectacular: Music of Chicago is at 8pm at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa. Evening finishes off with fireworks. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2I7mZDm

Cypress:

  • The 31st Annual “joint city” 4th of July Celebration (Los Alamitos, Cypress, Rossmoor and Seal Beach) takes place at the Joint Forces Training Base in Los Alamitos at 4pm. Food, entertainment, kids fun zone & more. Fireworks start at 9pm. FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1JrCUbG

Dana Point:

  • 4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza display starts at 8:45pm over the water at Doheny State Beach. Tune your radio to KSBR 88.5 FM to hear the fireworks synchronized to music. FREE viewing & shuttle bus. Popular viewing locations: Heritage Park and Lantern Bay Park.  http://bit.ly/2tms7OF

Fullerton:

  • The 29th Annual 4th of July Festival and Fireworks Show starts at 5pm at Fullerton High School Stadium. Activities, food & live music. Fireworks start at 9pm and last for 20 minutes. FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1JvA6Nv

Huntington Beach:

  • 4th of July activities start on 7/1 with a multi-day festival in Pier Plaza, featuring live music, food and vendors. The 4th of July Parade starts at 10am on 7/4, this year’s theme is “A Star Spangled Salute”. Fireworks start at 9pm. FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1LTFaZq

Irvine:

  • 34th Annual Concert on the Green & Fireworks Festival starts at 3pm at the Irvine High School Football Stadium. Live music, activities for the kids, food & more! Fireworks at 9pm. Admission required: http://ocevent.co/293RDwF

La Habra:

  • 4th of July Spectacular starts at 4pm at La Bonita Park. Fireworks, kids zone, games, food, live music, & more. Fireworks start at 9pm. Admission Required. http://ocevent.co/29gWm03

La Palma:

  • “Run for Fun” 10K, 5K and Yankee Doodle Dash start at 7:30am. There’s also a pancake breakfast from 7:30-10am and a kids fun zone. http://bit.ly/2r7FtQv

Laguna Beach:

  • 4th of July Fireworks start at 9pm and will originate from Monument Point in Heisler Park. FREE. http://bit.ly/2rGHVfz

Laguna Hills:

  • 4th of July Celebration starts at 4pm at the Community Center & Sports Complex. Carnival rides, food, music, crafts, face painting & more. Fireworks start at 9:10pm. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2MJOW7O

Laguna Niguel:

  • July 4th Summer Concert is from 6-8pm at Crown Valley Community Park, followed by a fireworks show at 9pm. Enjoy music from The Suffragettes (Hits from the 70s & today). FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2tdf8j2

Lake Forest:

  • 4th of July Parade starts at 10am at the intersection of Toledo Way and Ridge Route Drive. FREE to attend. More info: http://ocevent.co/299w7cR

Los Alamitos:

  • The 31st Annual “joint city” 4th of July Celebration (Los Alamitos, Cypress, Rossmoor and Seal Beach) takes place at the Joint Forces Training Base in Los Alamitos at 4pm. Food, entertainment, kids fun zone & more. Fireworks start at 9pm. FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1JrCUbG

Mission Viejo:

  • 4th of July Street Fair starts at 12pm on Olympiad between Marguerite and Melinda. Live music, games, food & more. Fireworks start at 9pm. FREE to attend & FREE shuttle. http://bit.ly/2sIuhH3

Newport Beach:

  • 8th Annual “4th of July is for Families” Festival kicks-off at 9am with a Bike Parade and runs until 11:30am in Channel Place Park. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2yzw882
  • 46th Annual Independence Day Celebration at Mariners Park kicks-off with a parade at 10:30am. Celebration runs until 1:30pm. http://bit.ly/2r0xUao
  • Old Glory Boat Parade starts at 1pm and cruises through Newport Harbor. This year’s theme is “America – Where Freedom Sails”. Events start at 7am with a pancake breakfast, followed by live music, and fireworks at 9pm. Parade viewing is FREE, other events have a fee. http://bit.ly/2MaaZn8
  • Newport Dunes “Independence Day on the Back Bay” starts at 2pm. Music, food & more. Admission required. Fireworks start at 9pm. http://bit.ly/2K1VPPT
  • Newport Beach Fireworks start at 9pm are viewable from Newport Dunes and Balboa Island.

Orange:

  • 3rd of July Celebration is TUESDAY 7/3 from from 4pm-9pm at Fred Kelly Stadium/El Modena High School. Family friendly activities & fireworks. Admission is $7. http://bit.ly/2sIsuBM

Rancho Santa Margarita:

  • 4th of July Star-Spangled Spectacular is at the Lago Santa Margarita Beach Club. Entertainment, game, fireworks starting at 9pm. http://bit.ly/2s1C44R

San Clemente:

San Juan Capistrano:

  • 4th of July Celebration and Carnival starts at 12pm at the San Juan Capistrano Sports Park. Games, rides, live music starts at 6pm, followed by fireworks at 9pm. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2K7YFGs

Santa Ana:

  • 4th of July Celebration starts at 4pm in Centennial Park. Live music, food, kids zone & more. Fireworks start at 9pm. FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1KpjG85

Seal Beach:

  • The 31st Annual “joint city” 4th of July Celebration (Los Alamitos, Cypress, Rossmoor and Seal Beach) takes place at the Joint Forces Training Base in Los Alamitos at 4pm. Food, entertainment, kids fun zone & more. Fireworks start at 9pm. FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1JrCUbG

Tustin:

  • 4th of July celebration starts at 6:30pm at the Tustin High School Stadium with live music. Snack bar with drinks & bbq items. Fireworks start at 9pm. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2tpNtuy

Yorba Linda:

  • Fourth of July Spectacular starts at 5pm at the Veterans Sports Park. Family activities, live entertainment, kids zone and fireworks. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2I5lG81

 

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‘Star Wars’ Land update: Disneyland’s Rivers of America route nearly done

The steel is climbing out of the ground as “Star Wars” land continues to take shape at Disneyland.

But while that land will open in 2019, crews are rapidly finishing work on the rockwork and landscaping around the new route for the Rivers of America. The waterway is scheduled to be open to boat traffic again in the latter half of 2017, as is the Big Thunder Trail that connects Frontierland to the back side of Fantasyland.

Related to that work, the steam engine of the Disneyland Railroad that has been on display at the Frontierland/New Orleans Square station has been taken back to the Roundhouse. The remaining items on display on the other side of the tracks should be removed by Monday, May 8, as well.

Other refurbishments at Disneyland include the Guided Tours Garden and the Indiana Jones Adventure – Temple of the Forbidden Eye, the latter will reopen by summer.

Over at Disney California Adventure, workers are putting the finishing touches on the new “Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout!” attraction that will open to the public by Memorial Day weekend.

Those seeking an extended preview of Disney’s Johnny Depp-starring “Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the fifth movie in the series, can do so at the Sunset Theater near Monsters, Inc.

Disney Junior is still closed, but expected to open with a new show for the summer.

Meanwhile, workers are still pouring the foundation for the Splitsville Luxury Lanes in Downtown Disney.

Click through the slideshow to see more, including some beautiful roses currently blooming at Disney California Adventure.

  • Where there was once a giant hole in the ground, concrete walls have grown in one of the show buildings under construction in “Star Wars” land at Disneyland. The project is so big, it takes two cranes working each day to keep up with the project’s needs. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Where there was once a giant hole in the ground, concrete walls have grown in one of the show buildings under construction in “Star Wars” land at Disneyland. The project is so big, it takes two cranes working each day to keep up with the project’s needs. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The scrim hiding the back end of the Rivers of America at Disneyland has been removed, allowing better views of the rock work that will be along the water’s edge when it reopens later in 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The scrim hiding the back end of the Rivers of America at Disneyland has been removed, allowing better views of the rock work that will be along the water’s edge when it reopens later in 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • A worker drives a raft to Tom Sawyer Island to work on the island, as it is still closed due to construction of “Star Wars” land at Disneyland. The island is expected to open later in 2017. The refurbishment of the Sailing Ship Columbia appears to be complete too. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    A worker drives a raft to Tom Sawyer Island to work on the island, as it is still closed due to construction of “Star Wars” land at Disneyland. The island is expected to open later in 2017. The refurbishment of the Sailing Ship Columbia appears to be complete too. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • This is the mother goose named Suzi at Disneyland. She appears to be keeping an eye on the photographer, or is looking for food for her and her two younglings, which the photographer named Kyleigh and Melissa. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    This is the mother goose named Suzi at Disneyland. She appears to be keeping an eye on the photographer, or is looking for food for her and her two younglings, which the photographer named Kyleigh and Melissa. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The rigging and masts shine in the sunlight on the Sailing Ship Columbia at Disneyland. The ship looks ready to set sail on the Rivers of America, but for now sits in Fowler’s Harbor. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The rigging and masts shine in the sunlight on the Sailing Ship Columbia at Disneyland. The ship looks ready to set sail on the Rivers of America, but for now sits in Fowler’s Harbor. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Spotted through a crack in the fence, two workers appear to be building a dock on Tom Sawyer Island while the back part of the Rivers of America remains dry of water during this construction phase related to “Star Wars” land at Disneyland. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Spotted through a crack in the fence, two workers appear to be building a dock on Tom Sawyer Island while the back part of the Rivers of America remains dry of water during this construction phase related to “Star Wars” land at Disneyland. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Rock work around the Rivers of America is really taking shape at Disneyland as this phase of the “Star Wars” land project nears completion. This area should open up some time in the second half of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Rock work around the Rivers of America is really taking shape at Disneyland as this phase of the “Star Wars” land project nears completion. This area should open up some time in the second half of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Trees planted behind the rock work around the Rivers of America and along the Big Thunder Trail block the views of “Star Wars” land, as was the intention all along. The area along the trail should open up at Disneyland in the second half of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Trees planted behind the rock work around the Rivers of America and along the Big Thunder Trail block the views of “Star Wars” land, as was the intention all along. The area along the trail should open up at Disneyland in the second half of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • This photo, taken through a scrim to block views by guests at Disneyland, is of the rock work and more around the northern section of the re-routed Rivers of America. The water body got a new route to make room for “Star Wars” land. The river is supposed to open to boat traffic some time in the second half of 2017, while the new land opens in 2019. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    This photo, taken through a scrim to block views by guests at Disneyland, is of the rock work and more around the northern section of the re-routed Rivers of America. The water body got a new route to make room for “Star Wars” land. The river is supposed to open to boat traffic some time in the second half of 2017, while the new land opens in 2019. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Two floating barges are covered in tarps on the eastern side of the Rivers of America at Disneyland, probably related to the eventual opening of the river to reach their final destination. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Two floating barges are covered in tarps on the eastern side of the Rivers of America at Disneyland, probably related to the eventual opening of the river to reach their final destination. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Some of the rock work around the Rivers of America appears to be nearly complete at Disneyland as the area takes shape to be open to visits by people on the river boats, or on the Big Thunder Trail some time in the second half of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Some of the rock work around the Rivers of America appears to be nearly complete at Disneyland as the area takes shape to be open to visits by people on the river boats, or on the Big Thunder Trail some time in the second half of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The steam engine that has been on display at the Frontierland/New Orleans Square Station of the Disneyland Railroad has been returned to the Roundhouse. The rest of the displays will be closed and removed by Monday, May 8, 2017. All part of the preparations to get the railroad running again some time in the second half of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The steam engine that has been on display at the Frontierland/New Orleans Square Station of the Disneyland Railroad has been returned to the Roundhouse. The rest of the displays will be closed and removed by Monday, May 8, 2017. All part of the preparations to get the railroad running again some time in the second half of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The original boiler from the #2 engine (the E.P. Ripley) was turned into a display model to explain how steam engines work. It has been on display at the Frontierland/New Orleans Square station for nearly a year while the Disneyland Railroad was closed due to the construction of “Star Wars” land. The display will be closed this weekend, and the display removed by Monday, May 8, 2018. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The original boiler from the #2 engine (the E.P. Ripley) was turned into a display model to explain how steam engines work. It has been on display at the Frontierland/New Orleans Square station for nearly a year while the Disneyland Railroad was closed due to the construction of “Star Wars” land. The display will be closed this weekend, and the display removed by Monday, May 8, 2018. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The Guided Tours garden at Disneyland is getting refurbished. Besides the guided tours, this is the starting point for the “Walk in Walt’s Disneyland Footsteps” tour too. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The Guided Tours garden at Disneyland is getting refurbished. Besides the guided tours, this is the starting point for the “Walk in Walt’s Disneyland Footsteps” tour too. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • While the Guided Tours garden is closed for refurbishment, visitors to Disneyland are directed by this sign to visit Disneyland’s City Hall to sign up for the tour, which does carry an extra charge besides the admission to the park. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    While the Guided Tours garden is closed for refurbishment, visitors to Disneyland are directed by this sign to visit Disneyland’s City Hall to sign up for the tour, which does carry an extra charge besides the admission to the park. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The Indiana Jones Adventure – Temple of the Forbidden Eye is closed for refurbishment at Disneyland, but will open up in a few weeks. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The Indiana Jones Adventure – Temple of the Forbidden Eye is closed for refurbishment at Disneyland, but will open up in a few weeks. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Disney Junior, a show for the younger set, is closed and getting retooled into a new show at Disney California Adventure. It is expected to open with the new show by summer 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Disney Junior, a show for the younger set, is closed and getting retooled into a new show at Disney California Adventure. It is expected to open with the new show by summer 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Seeking a preview of the fifth installment are ye? Well at Disney California Adventure, now showing is a preview of “Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Men Tell No Tales” in the Sunset Showcase theater in the Hollywood land area of the park. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Seeking a preview of the fifth installment are ye? Well at Disney California Adventure, now showing is a preview of “Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Men Tell No Tales” in the Sunset Showcase theater in the Hollywood land area of the park. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The folks in the entertainment department at Disney California Adventure have installed a new stage near the Monsters, Inc. attraction for its Disney Performing Arts. Here musical groups from a variety of schools perform each month. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The folks in the entertainment department at Disney California Adventure have installed a new stage near the Monsters, Inc. attraction for its Disney Performing Arts. Here musical groups from a variety of schools perform each month. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • While Disneyland Resort’s custodial staff prides themselves on keeping things clean and removing cobwebs from nearly everywhere, except attractions like the Haunted Mansion, they know better then to touch Spiderman’s web slinging in Disney California Adventure. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    While Disneyland Resort’s custodial staff prides themselves on keeping things clean and removing cobwebs from nearly everywhere, except attractions like the Haunted Mansion, they know better then to touch Spiderman’s web slinging in Disney California Adventure. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • What was the Tower of Terror has pretty much disappeared, but the construction walls are still up around what will be the new Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout! attraction in Disney California Adventure. The new attraction is expected to open to the public Memorial Day weekend of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    What was the Tower of Terror has pretty much disappeared, but the construction walls are still up around what will be the new Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout! attraction in Disney California Adventure. The new attraction is expected to open to the public Memorial Day weekend of 2017. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Grizzly River Rapids is once again flowing and getting riders wet after its annual winter/spring refurbishment at Disney California Adventure. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Grizzly River Rapids is once again flowing and getting riders wet after its annual winter/spring refurbishment at Disney California Adventure. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Some things, like this Prickly Pear cactus, need no refurbishment to show their colors, as this one in the Cars Land area bloomed with bright colors at Disney California Adventure. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Some things, like this Prickly Pear cactus, need no refurbishment to show their colors, as this one in the Cars Land area bloomed with bright colors at Disney California Adventure. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • These beautiful pink roses are in the view area for World of Color at Disney California Adventure. Their name is Sexy Rexy Rose, or Rosa Floribunda, Sexy Rosa. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    These beautiful pink roses are in the view area for World of Color at Disney California Adventure. Their name is Sexy Rexy Rose, or Rosa Floribunda, Sexy Rosa. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • This planter near the parking lot tram station in Downtown Disney was getting a major overhaul by some of the Disneyland Resorts horticulture staff. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    This planter near the parking lot tram station in Downtown Disney was getting a major overhaul by some of the Disneyland Resorts horticulture staff. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Not much to see where the Splitsville Luxury Lanes is being built. Crews behind the construction are diligently working on the foundations for the building next to the Build A Bear shop in Downtown Disney. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Not much to see where the Splitsville Luxury Lanes is being built. Crews behind the construction are diligently working on the foundations for the building next to the Build A Bear shop in Downtown Disney. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • The swimming pool at the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is still closed, but the pool now has water in it as crews work to get it open in time for the 2017 summer season after a major refurbishment. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    The swimming pool at the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is still closed, but the pool now has water in it as crews work to get it open in time for the 2017 summer season after a major refurbishment. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

  • Trees have been planted along the berm that surrounds the new route for the Rivers of America at Disneyland. Meanwhile, construction continues on the “Star Wars” land project in the foreground, with Big Thunder Mountain rising in the distance above the trees. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

    Trees have been planted along the berm that surrounds the new route for the Rivers of America at Disneyland. Meanwhile, construction continues on the “Star Wars” land project in the foreground, with Big Thunder Mountain rising in the distance above the trees. (Photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

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