Fun Things To Do This Weekend in Orange County, Feb 8-10

This weekend in Orange County you can enjoy a car show in San Juan Capistrano, art crawl in Anaheim, a music festival in Laguna Beach, a beach cleanup in Huntington Beach, or a special Valentine’s Day themed Rocky Horror Picture Show in Santa Ana, plus a ton of Lunar New Year event too!

  • The 16th annual San Juan Capistrano Car Show is Saturday 2/9 from 7:30am-2pm at the Community Center and Sports Park. Over 400 cars on display. Admission is $5. http://ocevent.co/1PBeCRc
  • The Laguna Beach Music Festival is this weekend. There are multiple different ticketed events. http://bit.ly/2SgMlbY
  • The Downtown Anaheim heART Crawl Experience (Valentine’s Day edition) is Saturday 2/9 from 6pm-10pm at the center street promenade. Live entertainment, food, art, shopping & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2kOhwHo
  • Attend a beach clean up in Huntington Beach on Saturday 2/9 from 9am-11am at Huntington State Beach (Lifeguard Tower #2). FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2k9mf9y
  • The Frida Cinema in Santa Ana is hosting a very special Valentine’s Day “Rocky Horror Picture Show” event on Friday 2/8 at 11:30pm. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2TC9CBy

Also check out what’s happening this weekend for Lunar New Year:

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And enjoy “Top 20 Cutest Valentine’s Day Treats in Orange County:

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Fun Things To Do in Orange County on Veteran’s Day Weekend

This Veteran’s Day weekend in Orange County has a few fun things to do, from a music festival at Doheny, shopping at a arts and crafts festival, vintage market, and makers market, to a display of American flags.

  • The Sugar Plum Arts & Crafts Festival is Thursday 11/8 through Saturday 11/10 at the OC Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. Shop for holiday themed craft items from 120+ vendors. Admission is FREE but you must pay to park. FREE parking Saturday ONLY. http://bit.ly/2dbo8QT
  • Field of Valor is on display through 11/17. View 1776 ‘3×5’ American Flags on the fields of Handy Park in Orange. Viewing is FREE http://bit.ly/2PjsOWV
  • Flying Miz Daisy Vintage Market is Friday & Saturday 11/9-11/10 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
  • Driftwood Music Festival is all weekend 11/10-11/11 at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point. Enjoy country music, craft beer, bbq & more. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2Qs2qXa
  • Handmade: A Maker’s Market is Saturday 11/10 from 10am-4pm at The Ecology Center in San Juan Capistrano. Shopping, crafts, music & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2SVX4VO

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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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Surfing Dogs, Sand Castles, and more – This Weekend in Orange County

There’s no shortage of fun things to do this weekend in Orange County. Watch dogs surf at the Surf City Surf Dog Competition, check out a sandcastle building competition, attend a Chili Cook-Off, Greek Festival, or a Fall Festival, enjoy music on the sand at Ohaha Fest, and more!

  • The last “Sunset Serenades” concert of the season is at Heisler Park in Laguna Beach Friday 9/29. Enjoy live music from 5:30pm to sunset in the Rockpile Amphitheater (by the whale sculpture). FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2grF72Q
  • The 10th Annual Surf City Surf Dog Competition is Saturday 9/29 at Huntington Dog Beach. Watch dogs from around the world compete in a surf completion. Surfing starts at 8am. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2wjECxj
  • The San Juan Capistrano Greek Festival is all weekend at the SJC Community Center. Greek food, pastries, live music, dancing, greek market, kids zone & more! FREE to attend. http://ocevent.co/1MJ055K
  • The 7th Annual Taste of Lake Forest is Saturday 9/29 from 12-3pm. Tastings from 20 restaurants, live entertainment & more. FREE to attend. Tasting ticket is $1, buy as many tastes as you would like. http://bit.ly/2N75buN
  • The Ohana Music Festival is all weekend at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point. Enjoy performances by Eddie Vedder, Eric Church, Mumford and Sons, Norah Jones, Beck, and  more. Tickets required. http://ocevent.co/1RYOQGo
  • Boo-uena Park Old Tyme Fall Festival is Saturday 9/29 from 12pm-5pm. Spooky storytelling, ghostly tours, halloween-themed vendors & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2OgDYdu
  • The 41st Annual Ultimate Home and Outdoor Living Expo is all weekend at the OC Fairgrounds. Products, demonstrations & more. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2wJrL5W
  • The 15th Annual Orange County Children’s Book Festival is Sunday 9/30 from 9:30am-4:00pm at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa. Over 125 authors, storytellers, live entertainment & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2cA55gc
  • The 57th Annual Newport Beach Sandcastle Contest is Sunday 10/1 from 10am-4:30pm at Corona del Mar “Big Corona” State Beach. This year’s theme is “Have a Ball”. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2DzIL5B
  • The 22nd Annual Laguna Beach Pet Parade and Chili Cook-off is Sunday 9/30 from 11:30am-3pm at Seven7Seven (Art-A-Fair grounds) in Laguna Beach. Admission is $10. http://bit.ly/2yeiH8D
  • The Huntington Beach Old World Oktoberfest Parade is Sunday 9/30. Parade begins at 2pm and is the kick-off to Oktoberfest. http://ocevent.co/1YBOfhn

 

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14 Fun Things To Do This Weekend in Orange County 8/24-26

Here’s 14 things to do this weekend in Orange County. The annual Elvis Festival is back for its 19th year, the OC Night Market returns to the OC fairgrounds, and there’s plenty more to keep you busy this weekend.

  • The OC Night Market returns to the OC Fairgrounds Friday night 8/24 and runs all weekend. Food, entertainment, shopping, & more. Admission is $5 and parking is $8. http://ocevent.co/1H5rcnJ
  • Rancho Mission Viejo Rodeo is all weekend in San Juan Capistrano. Tickets required. http://bit.ly/2ulllXX
  • The Gem Faire is all weekend at the OC Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. Shop for gemstones, crystals, jewelry & more. Admission and parking required. Visit the website for a 2 for 1 coupon: http://bit.ly/2br8EkT
  • 19th Annual Elvis Festival is Sunday 8/26 from 10am-6pm on Main Street in Garden Grove. Elvis impersonators, Cadillac car show, food, shopping & more. FREE to attend. http://bit.ly/2MspWp5
  • The Pageant of the Masters & Festival of Arts continues this weekend in Laguna Beach. Show runs through 9/1. Watch as famous paintings come to life! Tickets required. http://bit.ly/29JMP0S
  • Art-A-Fair Fine Art Festival continues this weekend in Laguna Beach. Show runs through 9/2. Admission required. http://bit.ly/2uodnjN
  • The Sawdust Arts and Crafts Festival continues this weekend in Laguna Beach. Show runs through 9/2. Open 10am-10pm daily. Admission required. http://ocevent.co/296QLIk

Outdoor movies:

  • Friday, August 24: “Mulan” at Harper Park in Fountain Valley. Activities begin at 6pm, movie starts at dusk. http://ocevent.co/1G7q6qG
  • Friday, August 24: People’s choice TBA at Champions Sports Complex in Placentia. Movie begins at dusk. http://ocevent.co/1TKwivQ
  • Friday, August 24: “Coco” at Laguna Niguel Park in Laguna Niguel at 8pm. (Free parking after 6pm). http://bit.ly/2GPFETB
  • Friday, August 24: “The Lion King” at Lake Forest Sports Park in Lake Forest at 7:30pm. http://bit.ly/2KWTHJh

Outdoor concerts:

  • Sunday 8/26: The Wiseguys Big Band Machine at Huntington Beach Central Park in Huntington Beach at 5pm. http://ocevent.co/1BQrkad
  • Sunday 8/26: Surfin’ Sundays at the Huntington Beach Pier from 11am-5:30pm. http://bit.ly/2qkSO7u
  • Sunday 8/26: Woody and the Longboards (Beach Boys tribute) at Bluebird Park in Laguna Beach from 5-7pm. http://bit.ly/2uvc95h
  • Check out our ultimate guide to “Movies in the Park”. Over 80 movies all across OC all summer long. 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

Anaheim:

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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Aliso Viejo dance students take to the streets of San Juan Capistrano’s downtown district

On an otherwise quiet Sunday morning when there was no train service  due to work being done on the rail line, the Capistrano Depot and environs took on a magical ambiance.

Dancers from PAVE School of the Arts in Aliso Viejo spent the morning of April 30 filming a promotional video, performing dance routines from 6 to 9:45 a.m. in front of nine businesses.

  • Sydney VanDijk gets upside-down while doing a flip on the street in front of Five Vines Wine Bar in downtown San Juan Capistrano while filming a dance scene with other students from PAVE School of the Arts on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    Sydney VanDijk gets upside-down while doing a flip on the street in front of Five Vines Wine Bar in downtown San Juan Capistrano while filming a dance scene with other students from PAVE School of the Arts on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • Jimmy Quick lifts Victoria Batlle into the air while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District featuring dancers from PAVE School of the Arts on Sunday, April 30. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

    Jimmy Quick lifts Victoria Batlle into the air while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District featuring dancers from PAVE School of the Arts on Sunday, April 30. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

  • Dancers from PAVE School of the Arts in Aliso Viejo show off their moves in front of the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday morning, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    Dancers from PAVE School of the Arts in Aliso Viejo show off their moves in front of the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday morning, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • Dancers from PAVE School of the Arts in Aliso Viejo show off their moves in front of the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday morning, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    Dancers from PAVE School of the Arts in Aliso Viejo show off their moves in front of the San Juan Capistrano Train Depot while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday morning, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • A group of dancers from Aliso Viejo’s Pave School of the Arts run through an elaborate choreographed number while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    A group of dancers from Aliso Viejo’s Pave School of the Arts run through an elaborate choreographed number while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • A group of dancers from Aliso Viejo’s Pave School of the Arts run through an elaborate choreographed number while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    A group of dancers from Aliso Viejo’s Pave School of the Arts run through an elaborate choreographed number while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • Students from PAVE School of the Arts dance in the street in front of the Regency Movie Theatre, in the Historic District of San Juan Capistrano, while filming a promotional video for the district and its businesses on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    Students from PAVE School of the Arts dance in the street in front of the Regency Movie Theatre, in the Historic District of San Juan Capistrano, while filming a promotional video for the district and its businesses on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • PAVE School of the Arts dancers Kylie Hatfield, Brea Anderson, Riley Fox and Olivia Batlle, from left, leap from benches in front of Guapas Tapas Bar in the Franciscan Plaza of San Juan Capistrano’s Historical District during the filming of a promotional video on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    PAVE School of the Arts dancers Kylie Hatfield, Brea Anderson, Riley Fox and Olivia Batlle, from left, leap from benches in front of Guapas Tapas Bar in the Franciscan Plaza of San Juan Capistrano’s Historical District during the filming of a promotional video on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • PAVE School of the Arts dancers perform in front of the 3:16 Bakery Shop on Verdugo Street in the San Juan Capistrano Historical District while filming a promotional video on Sunday, April 30. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

    PAVE School of the Arts dancers perform in front of the 3:16 Bakery Shop on Verdugo Street in the San Juan Capistrano Historical District while filming a promotional video on Sunday, April 30. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

  • Those responsible for creating a short film promoting the businesses of the San Juan Capistrano’s Historical District, with dancers from PAVE School of the Arts, Beth Carney, producer, Eric Bergstrom, director, Mark Swartz, an actor and the head DJ at KSBR, and Jordan Blais, choreographer, from left, sit together on a bench during a short break from shooting on Sunday morning, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    Those responsible for creating a short film promoting the businesses of the San Juan Capistrano’s Historical District, with dancers from PAVE School of the Arts, Beth Carney, producer, Eric Bergstrom, director, Mark Swartz, an actor and the head DJ at KSBR, and Jordan Blais, choreographer, from left, sit together on a bench during a short break from shooting on Sunday morning, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • A group of dance students from Aliso Viejo’s PAVE School of the Arts pose for a group photo during a break from shooting a promotional video in the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    A group of dance students from Aliso Viejo’s PAVE School of the Arts pose for a group photo during a break from shooting a promotional video in the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • A group of the youngest dancers from Aliso Viejo’s PAVE School of the Arts dance in a circle together on the sidewalk in the San Juan Capistrano Historical District while filming a promotional video for the district on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    A group of the youngest dancers from Aliso Viejo’s PAVE School of the Arts dance in a circle together on the sidewalk in the San Juan Capistrano Historical District while filming a promotional video for the district on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

  • Students from PAVE School of the Arts dance on the sidewalk in front of Conservatory @ Curiosity, in the Historic District of San Juan Capistrano, while filming a promotional video for the district and its businesses on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

    Students from PAVE School of the Arts dance on the sidewalk in front of Conservatory @ Curiosity, in the Historic District of San Juan Capistrano, while filming a promotional video for the district and its businesses on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer

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Beth Carney, owner of the designer boutique Conservatory at Curiosities, is producing the video in collaboration with eight other businesses to promote their niche in downtown San Juan Capistrano.

“Los Rios gets plenty,” she said. “The mission gets plenty. This is San Juan’s historic theater, dining and mercantile district.”

If you didn’t happen to be in the area and missed the action, Eric Bergstrom of Bergstromedia.com is editing the video, which he expects to begin appearing online around May 12 at KLIXmag.com. In June, look for it to also appear on So Cal Safari on Cox Cable.

Participating businesses include Trevor’s at the Tracks, The Vintage Steak House, Guapas Tapas & Wine Bar, Rancho Capistrano Winery, Regency Theatres, 3:16 Bakery Shop, Five Vines Wine Bar, Conservatory at Curiosity and Hennessey’s Tavern.

 

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Chance of showers Monday, then clouds, sun for rest of week

The light weekend showers are expected to carry on to Monday but after that it’ll be mostly clouds and sun, according to the National Weather Service.
Orange County did not receive the heavy showers that were forecast for Saturday or Sunday…

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