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Orange County, let’s finish August with some exciting fun. Start your week the right way, with dessert, and end it on Labor Day weekend with a sampling of various ethnic foods, a fabulous Art-Deco festival with dancing, dining, and drinking galore, or a trip to San Diego for one of the world’s best sand sculpting competitions.
To summon your inner intellectual curiosity, you could brush off those dusty books and get in a read or two, or you could take a museum tour right in the middle of Orange County at these best museum tours in the OC.
From Chef Tech Cooking School, to Salon Medusa, to local branch of investment giant Edward Jones, everyone along Atlantic is getting involved. Looking for a night out – First Fridays is slam dunk.
Take a night to enjoy the best places to grab food, enjoy some upcoming shows at the playhouse and post-show activities in the Laguna Beach area.
Your taste buds will be satisfied this week with OC restaurant openings, celebrating National Olive Month, and signature tequila tastings on board the Queen Mary.
These upcoming OC art exhibits are not to be missed. The contemporary mixed-media art being showcased covers various genres and topics regarding the environment, science and sociology.
These seasoned Orange County dance studios provide children and adults with the opportunity to advance dance skills and explore a variety of dance styles in an enjoyable environment.
Wine and friends are two undeniable pleasures of a good book club, but a book that inspires passion and debate is the true heart of the occasion.
A visit to Laguna Beach’s annual Festival of Arts’ Pageant of the Masters is a bucket-list worthy attraction for every art lover.
The Laguna Art Museum provides a very manageable experience as well as a lesson in California history.
Check out the action at the Vans US Open of Surfing this week, Ringling Bros. Circus, the closing of the Sawdust Festival, and the La Habra Corn Festival.
Grab your blankets and your lawn chairs and take a break from adding to your expenses to check out these local concerts that don’t cost you a penny.
These lectures celebrate music, literature, fine art and illustrations. There is sure to be a topic that will interest adults and kiddos alike.
From green to gorgeous, Orange County prides itself on architecture that is recognized throughout the country and world. Architects note that new residential architecture designs frequently begin in Orange County and then spread throughout the country.