Thankfully, it does not rain much in Orange County, but when it does, there are plenty of enriching indoor activities to participate in.
This spring, Orange County is presenting several impressive art exhibits. Take a journey back in time with some of Beethoven’s artifacts, examine the art of a world traveler and learn more about contemporary art at these installations.
Orange County claims many incredible festivals and events annually, especially in the spring.
2014 marks the year of the horse and for those that celebrate the Lunar New Year, it marks a year of better fortune as well. If you are in the Orange County area, you can celebrate the new year with different events ranging from festivals to supper clubs and much more.
Catch a Christmas parade at an Orange County neighborhood, harbor and amusement park near you.
This fall, there are lots of free activities to offer entertainment and even learning experiences for the entire family.
Following the right Twitter users will hone in the exhibits, galleries and artists that shape the Orange County scene.
No matter what time of year you plan on taking a museum visit, you can investigate a multitude of artifacts from all over the globe without leaving Orange County.
Father’s Day weekend in Orange County means excitement, relaxation or both with local ballgames, barbecues, buffets, brunches and beach walks.
Considering all that mom has done for you, don’t you think she deserves at least a day of getting completely spoiled? Show mom your appreciation by doing something fun on Mother’s Day.
Orange County is the hub for great street festivals, art festivals, dance and film festivals.
If you haven’t experienced Orange County’s art scene, or if you’re just looking for a way to get your fix on the cheap, look no further. These art walks and museums provide opportunities to check out art almost any day of the week. With paintings, sculptures, jewelry and performance art, these free events are sure to be entertaining, enlightening and even relaxing.
Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead has a history spanning to more than 3,000 years and is celebrated in Mexico and the states, including Orange County. It is a celebration to honor the deceased by building private altars, decorating sugar skulls and celebrating the lives of those who have passed. Take a look at the events taking place in the Orange County area this year.
Orange County harbors artists that portray the culture and society in their work. With these upcoming competitions in Orange County ranging from film to artwork, we can gain a glimpse into some of these great minds.
This fall, experience art and culture at some of Orange County’s best art exhibits.