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Sunday 4/17

Sunday means the end of the weekend but hasn’t it been a beautiful one? There is a lot to do in Fullerton today and of course our Fullerton Egg Hunt for adults is still going strong!

9am-1pm: Build your own omelette (up to 20 items) at Roscoe’s Famous Deli in the SOCO District of downtown Fullerton.

9am-2pm: At Big’s Bar & Grill get all you can eat Brunch with regular drink purchase for $9.99, or for $15.99 with bottomless mimosas. Drink specials include $4.50 large domestics, $5 bloody marys, and $12 bucket of beer – 5 bottles domestic per bucket.

9am-2pm: For under $20 you can enjoy brunch at Matador Cantina for breakfast classics with a Mexican-cuisine twist (omelettes, Huevos Rancheros, Mexican Breakfast Pizza and more). Drink specials include $8 Bottomless Champagne or Mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys, Greyhounds and Screwdrivers.

9:30am-12:30pm: Help the Earth Day Clean Up at Bastanchury Park. Clean up is needed along the drainage ditch (and surrounding area) that feeds into the ocean. Start at Bastanchury and Hughes Dr. Volunteers wanted.

10am: Join local Tito Branca for yoga in the park this Sunday at Hillcrest Park at the stage area above the parking lot at the corner of E. Valley View & Lemon. Questions email yogainthapark@ gmail.com or call/text (626) 757-2016,

10am-2pm: Join Cantina Lounge for LIVE SUNDAY for $15.99 Brunch and $4.99 All You Can Drink Mimosas and then live bands from 2-4pm; This week hear tunes from the Jo Jamez Band.

10am-2pm: Chomp sushi in Fullerton has Champagne & Punch Family Brunch for $24.95 adults and $12.95 children. They have eggs, pancakes, omelettes, breakfast burritos and more.

10am-3pm: Sunday Funday at Slidebar means you can take the family for an all you can eat $25 Brunch & Bottomless Mimosas, kids 1/2 price!

10am-4pm: Green Scene at the Fullerton Arboretum is a weekend outdoor gardening event featuring master gardener and plant societies offering advice; speakers on composing, water conservation, organic gardening and sustainability; more than 80 vendors selling plants, vegetables, garden art and accessories; second annual “We CAN Garden” community garden exhibit; and children’s activities. Admission is $6.

10am-4pm: Join the Harley-Davidson of Anaheim-Fullerton (2635 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) for their Open House and Motorcycle Show. Enter the motorcycle contest with more than $1,000 in prizes (Touring, Dyna, Softail, Sportster, Vrod, Antique-Radical Custom, Rat bike, Best Chrome, Best Metric, Best Sound System, Best Paint job, Best in show), enjoy live music, free food, Dan the Cigar Man, a Hot Jalapeno Pepper eating contest, plus 15% off select items.

11am-3pm: The Riveting Ex Voto Cuff jewellery class at Gilding the Lily is $55 with instructor Nancy Jamar. Class has limited seatings of eight persons, using the new piercing and riveting tool and working with vintage and new items to create this stunning cuff bracelet.

11am-6pm: Hair of the Dog Sunday at House of Eden treats you to $2 Bloody Marys and $2 Mimosas with the only topless girls in town. 1-5pm: If you stay till 1pm you’ll get to be a part of Photo Shoot Sundays where you can watch, direct & join the Eden girls during a photo shoot.

11am-10pm: To promote their new kids menu launch, Chipotle is giving away a free kids meal every Saturday and Sunday in April when parents purchase an entree meal (burrito, salad, burrito bowl or tacos). (501 N. State College Blvd. # A)

11:30am-10pm: Sangria Sunday at Lizarran means you can buy 1 pitcher of Sangria and get the 2nd free!

12pm: Cal State Fullerton Softball plays a single game vs. Cal Poly SLO in Big West Conference play at Anderson Family Field. Tickets are Adults: $7, Seniors and Youths: $5.

12-4pm: For $16.99/person you can head to AMF Carter Lanes for 2 hours of bowling, shoe rental and All You Can Eat Pizza! (cheese or pepperoni, served by the slice). No other coupons can be accepted and there’s a minimum of 3 bowlers per lane.

12-4pm: The Pint House has Sunday Lunch Specials for $7.95 and $8.95 including drinks.

12-6pm: Join Bootlegger’s Brewery for Sunday Funday for $4 Pints all day!

1pm: The Cal State Fullerton baseball team plays Santa Barbara in a single Big West Conference game at Goodwin Field. General Admission is Adults: $8, Seniors and Youths: $6.

1-4pm: Hear Dixieland Jazz with The Golden Eagles and The Dixiedelics for $5 at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe.

1-5pm: Enjoy Sunday Funday at Bourbon Street with the Crawfish Boil Big Easy Style for $15, and $2 Bloody Marys and mimosas, with live entertainment. Happy hour is 4-7pm with $4 well drinks, domestic draft beer and house wine, plus a Sunday-only $4 Hurricane special! Breakfast is served until 2pm, and the entire menu (lunch and dinner) is available at noon.

1:30pm: The Fullerton College Foundation asks you to come and participate in Hands Across California – the largest fundraising event in higher education’s history – at Fullerton College. Stand with 1.5 million others to raise awareness and funds for Calififornia Community College students through California. They will be holding hands at 2pm for about 15 minutes. Learn more at the event site.

2pm: Footloose: The Musical is presented at Cal State Fullerton’s Little Theater for $20.

2pm: The Idiot Box is a comedy that centers on six sit-com characters whose lives turn topsy-turvy when they discover the amazing realities of love, sexuality and the American society that they never knew existed. Clayes Performing Arts Center-Young Theatre at Cal State Fullerton, $10.

2pm: Disappeared by Phyllis Nagy plays at the Monkey Wrench Collective theater in downtown Fullerton for $21 general admission ($11 student). Sarah Casey is a 25-year old travel agent who’s never been outside of New York. When she goes missing after leaving a seedy bar in Hell’s Kitchen, the last person to see her was a man who works in a thrift store and dresses in his client’s clothes, assuming different identities.

2pm: STAGES Theatre presents The Odd Couple for $20.

2-4pm: The Heritage House Weekend Tours continue this weekend at the Fullerton Arboretum. Reservations not required; tours free however voluntary donations of $2/person are encouraged to help support the Heritage House.

4-7pm: Find out who has Happy Hour specials on Sunday in Fullerton with our HH Guide page.

4-10pm: Kids Eat Free at IHOP (151 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) with each adult entree purchase. Valid for kids 12 and under on the “Just for Kids” menu items. Drinks not included unless otherwise specified on “Just for Kids” menu. Not valid with any other discounts or coupons. Dine-in only.

4-11pm: Slidebar for Southern Fried Sunday will have DoubleWide performing and drink specials.

4:30-6:30pm: The Tropical Shave Ice truck will be in downtown Fullerton for some cooling Sunday treats.

5pm: Albert Herring, with Libretto: Eric Crozier and Composer: Benjamin Britten will be at the Cal State Fullerton Clayes Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall. Tickets are $10 ($8 Titan discount).

5pm: The Cellar has been going through a series of improvements and next week new carpet will be installed. In celebration, any bottle of Champagne or sparkling wine purchased will be open with a blade in true celebratory fashion. You are also welcome to bring a special bottle from your own cellar as they will waive the $25 corking fee for the night. Call (714) 525-5682 for reservations.

5-9pm: Roscoe’s Famous Deli will have the VooDudes play live.

5-10pm: Salon and Service Industry Night at Commonwealth Lounge in downtown Fullerton serves those in the Salon & Service industry to 1/2 off the entire dinner menu. (Dine with up to 3 non-industry guests with proof of employment.)

6-8pm: Hear Porter Road live at Branagan’s Irish Pub in downtown Fullerton. While you’re there be sure to check out the Tap Table for self-serve beer taps!

6-11pm: The Fullerton Dancesport Center invites you to Hep Cat’s Hideaway Swing Dance featuring DJ Vintage Pete. For $7 attend the lesson taught by Jacob Giron or for $5 attend the public dance starting at 7pm.

7pm: As You Like It continues the Hunger Artists tradition of presenting modern, relevant Shakespeare productions. General admission is $18, $15 for students/seniors with ID.

7pm: Sunday night Incahoots will be transformed into a club Rio with The Real POP Alot, 818 Ball and Jim Jones Capo. For $25 you also get to hear Pookief’Nrude & Necterrmusic By DJ Lynx DJ Thizz And DJ Demico.

8-10pm: Get $3 well drinks & $3 domestic beers at 2J’s Lounge for Power Hour.

8-11pm: Xtreme Bowling at AMF Carter Lanes (3 person minimum) is bowling in the dark! For $12.50 you’ll get 2 hours of bowling & shoe rental with Xtreme lighting, sound & fun!

8pm-1am: The New Jazz Jam at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe invites local musicians and singers of all levels to join a core trio of Evan Stone, Roger Shew and Matt Politano up on stage for $2. Drink specials include $4 well drinks and $5 martinis (jam only).

9pm-1am: Sing karaoke in Fullerton for Sunday night, find out where using our karaoke Guide.

9pm-1am: Back Alley will have Natural Heights playing live.

9pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Bourbon Street is for Restaurant & Hospitality Workers to receive 40% off Food and Drinks! Also enjoy Live Video Mixes.

9:30pm-2am: Commonwealth Lounge presents a night of Ska, Reggae and Roots with The Allentones and Arise for $5 at the door.

11pm-1am: Happy Hour at Stubrik’s late night is a dollar off draft beers and well drinks.

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17 Apr 2011

Fullerton events for Sunday! April 17

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Saturday 4/16

Our Fullerton Egg Hunt for adults means free stuff for you! Even better, on the weekends we hide multiple eggs around town! (Sign up for our RSS feed & you can get email notices as soon as we update the page with a clue!)

So many great things to do in Fullerton, let’s get to it!

9-10:30am: Morning Yoga in the Garden at the Fullerton Arboretum is $13/members $15/nonmembers. The class is appropriate for all levels including beginners. Ages 16 – 17 allowed with an adult. Wear comfortable clothing, and bring a mat if you have one. Call (657) 278-3407 for more information.

9am-1pm: The City of Fullerton hosts “Shredder Day” to allow residents to dispose of personal documents and papers at the City Hall visitor parking lot. For “Shredder Day,” citizens may bring five 10-inch-by-12-inch-by-16-inch boxes filled to the brim with material to be shredded for free.  Additional boxes over the five free loads will be charged $5 per box. Citizens may also bring old dead batteries to the April event for disposal. In addition, electronic waste will be collected for recycling. Also accepted are used or broken cell phones for the Women’s Transitional Living Center, a shelter for abused women and children.

9am-2pm: For under $20 you can enjoy brunch at Matador Cantina for breakfast classics with a Mexican-cuisine twist (omelettes, Huevos Rancheros, Mexican Breakfast Pizza and more). Drink specials include $8 Bottomless Champagne or Mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys, Greyhounds and Screwdrivers.

9am-5pm: Cal State Fullerton will host the 7th Annual Social Justice Summit “If Not Me, Then Who?” in the Titan Student Union. This event is free and open to the public, featuring workshops and keynote speakers Captain Paul Watson (animal rights activists and “Whale Wars” TV star) and Jamie Kilstein (comedian and co-host Citizen Radio).

10am: Nature Walks are held at the Fullerton Arboretum and are free.

10am: The Cal State Fullerton Relay for Life will be held at the CSUF Titan Track. This event is a 24-hour walk-a-thon to raise money for cancer research and treatment. This event is organized by CSUF students and is open to the community. There will also be free entertainment, prizes, food and lots of fun.

10am: Outdoor Fitness Boot Camp at the Student Recreation Center at Cal State Fullerton. To register, please visit the Recreation Services Desk, located on the second level of the SRC.

10am: Discover Meat and Dairy Alternatives in the Happy Cooking Company (549 S. State College Blvd.) class for $45. To register call Liz at (714) 388-0240.

10am-2pm: Belly Sprout finishes their “Week of the Young Child” (ages 2+) with a Springtime Carnival – a free event with Ladybug Jane, refreshments, storytime, activities, giveaways and vendors!

10am-2pm: Chomp sushi in Fullerton has Champagne & Punch Family Brunch for $24.95 adults and $12.95 children. They have eggs, pancakes, omelettes, breakfast burritos and more.

10am-4pm: Green Scene at the Fullerton Arboretum is a weekend outdoor gardening event featuring master gardener and plant societies offering advice; speakers on composing, water conservation, organic gardening and sustainability; more than 80 vendors selling plants, vegetables, garden art and accessories; second annual “We CAN Garden” community garden exhibit; and children’s activities. Admission is $6.

11am: Saturday Storytime at Barnes & Noble (1923 W. Malvern Ave.) is open to all ages to discover new books!

11am-2pm: Healthy Kids Day, a free community event, will be held at the North Orange County YMCA (2000 Youth Way) promoting healthy living with a community health fair, games and activities, group exercise demos of Zumba, Karate, youth sports, and so much more! AND a free BBQ.

11am-4pm: For $16.99/person you can head to AMF Carter Lanes for 2 hours of bowling, shoe rental and All You Can Eat Pizza! (cheese or pepperoni, served by the slice). No other coupons can be accepted and there’s a minimum of 3 bowlers per lane.

11am-7pm: Robbins Brothers Fullerton (255 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) hosts the second and final day of their ‘Spring Bling’ Tacori Trunk Show (featuring engagement rings, wedding bands and fashion jewelry). Call (714) 871-5000 to make an appointment.

11am-10pm: To promote their new kids menu launch, Chipotle is giving away a free kids meal every Saturday and Sunday in April when parents purchase an entree meal (burrito, salad, burrito bowl or tacos). (501 N. State College Blvd. # A)

11am-2am: Yager My Weekend at House of Eden means you’ll get $3 Yager Bomb shots AND Happy Hour from 4-8pm gets you $2 well drinks and domestic beers and $3 call drinks and import beers all at the only topless bar in town.

12pm: Cal State Fullerton Softball plays a double header vs. Cal Poly SLO in Big West Conference play at Anderson Family Field. Admission is Adults: $7, Seniors and Youths: $5.

2pm: “A Pirate’s Life for Me” is the 53rd Annual show of the Orange Empire Barbershop Chorus.  The show is an original musical written and presented by the Chorus at Plummer Auditorium (201 E. Chapman Ave.) Tickets start at $12.

2pm: Footloose: The Musical is presented at Cal State Fullerton’s Little Theater for $20.

2-4pm: The Heritage House Weekend Tours continue this weekend at the Fullerton Arboretum. Reservations not required; tours free however voluntary donations of $2/person are encouraged to help support the Heritage House.

4-7pm: Find out where to get Happy Hour specials in Fullerton on Saturday with our HH Guide page.

4-7pm: The Geezer with the Guitar will play live at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

4-10pm: Kids Eat Free at IHOP (151 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) with each adult entree purchase. Valid for kids 12 and under on the “Just for Kids” menu items. Drinks not included unless otherwise specified on “Just for Kids” menu. Not valid with any other discounts or coupons. Dine-in only.

5-8pm: Saturday Scotch & Steak at The Pint House in downtown Fullerton is $18.95 (plus tax, gratuity) for a Black & Bleu 10oz Rib-Eye Steak with mashed potatoes, green beans, and a side salad, plus 50% off Premium Scotch.

5-9pm: The OC Food Truck will serve dinner while you drink from the Bootlegger’s Brewery tasting room. (While you’re there inquire about their 3rd Anniversary Party!)

6pm: The Cal State Fullerton baseball team plays Santa Barbara in a single Big West Conference game at Goodwin Field. General Admission is Adults: $8, Seniors and Youths: $6.

6-9pm: Creating Space for Imagination is Katy Betz‘s art show presented at Cal State Fullerton. Join in for the opening art reception, with free parking and refreshments. A Master of Fine Arts Exhibition by local artist this show will transport you through a visual fairytale. Discover a world of wonder within over 40 original artworks on display and for sale. Located on Cal State Fullerton campus in the Visual Arts West gallery.

6pm-1am: Xtreme Bowling at AMF Carter Lanes costs $17.50 for 2 hours of bowling & shoe rental (3 person minimum) with xtreme black lighting, xtreme special effects and xtreme music.

7pm: “A Pirate’s Life for Me” is the 53rd Annual show of the Orange Empire Barbershop Chorus.  The show is an original musical written and presented by the Chorus at Plummer Auditorium (201 E. Chapman Ave.) Tickets start at $12.

7pm: Disappeared by Phyllis Nagy plays at the Monkey Wrench Collective theater in downtown Fullerton for $21 general admission ($11 student). Sarah Casey is a 25-year old travel agent who’s never been outside of New York. When she goes missing after leaving a seedy bar in Hell’s Kitchen, the last person to see her was a man who works in a thrift store and dresses in his client’s clothes, assuming different identities.

7-10pm: Crosstown 2 will play live at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

7:30-11:30pm: Riff Haus Studios presents an all ages show for $10 with Embers, Exhausted Prayer, and Winterthrall (and more TBA).

8pm: Albert Herring, with Libretto: Eric Crozier and Composer: Benjamin Britten will be at the Cal State Fullerton Clayes Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall. Tickets are $10 ($8 Titan discount).

8pm: Ernest Salem, violin & Alison Edwards, piano will perform at Cal State Fullerton for $15.

8pm: Footloose: The Musical is presented at Cal State Fullerton’s Little Theater for $20.

8pm: The Idiot Box is a comedy that centers on six sit-com characters whose lives turn topsy-turvy when they discover the amazing realities of love, sexuality and the American society that they never knew existed. Clayes Performing Arts Center-Young Theatre at Cal State Fullerton, $10.

8pm: As You Like It continues the Hunger Artists tradition of presenting modern, relevant Shakespeare productions. General admission is $18, $15 for students/seniors with ID.

8pm: The Count of Monte Cristo is presented by the Maverick Theater for $20 general admission, $10 students.

8-10pm: Get $3 well drinks & $3 domestic beers at 2J’s Lounge for Power Hour.

8pm-12am: The Rockstar Back Bar is open at The Continental Room with DJs and drink specials every week. At 9pm hear DJ-Micro live with resident DJs Whitey White & Thrifty Lips.

8pm-12am: Lucky John’s has $3.50 YOU-CALL-IT on some CALL Mixed Drinks.

8pm-12am: Lucky 13 will host a Psychobilly Night at Slidebar with music from The Howlers, The Black Rose Phantoms, and The Triggers. The first 13 people wearing Lucky 13 apparel will get a free Swag Bag!

8:30pm: Jimmi’s Bar & Grill (500 S. Raymond Ave. # A) will host Icky’s Ego for a live show.

8:30-11:30pm: Enjoy the free Dueling Piano Show at Ziings’/TAO in downtown Fullerton featuring 2 grand pianos played by some of the world’s best piano bar entertainers.

8:30pm-1am: For $8 hear Barbara Morrison at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe for an encore performance.

9-11pm: Club Plush at the Cantina Lounge brings you DJs, 1/2 off drink specials and bottle service. Dress code enforced, 21+ club, private booth sections and VIP service also available. This week get 2 for 1 drinks until 11pm and DJ Los from Power 106 and DJ Peanut.

9pm-12am: Neon Nights, only at Titan Bowl & Billiards at Cal State Fullerton is on the lower level of the Titan Student Union. Combine bowling with an exciting club atmosphere for your Saturday night. Call (657) 278-2144 for more information.

9pm-1am: For $7 GNG Promotions presents The Groovy Beat at The Tropics Lounge, a night of Reggae, Ska Rocksteady, Soul & more with live performances by The Bohunks and The Boss Beats.

9pm-1am: Find out where to go for karaoke in Fullerton using our Guide!

9:30pm-1:15am: Roscoe’s Famous Deli will have Another Fine Mess playing live.

10pm-2am: DJ Ruffnek will spin all night long at Bourbon Street in downtown Fullerton.

10pm: Hear DJ Lito at Commonwealth Lounge in downtown Fullerton.

10:30pm-12am: The Kogi BBQ food truck will be at the Howard Johnson Hotel Fullerton (220 W. Houston Ave.)

10:30pm-1am: Gravity Guild will play at Stubrik’s in downtown Fullerton.

11pm: Laugh at Improv Shmimprov at Maverick Theater for only $5.

11pm-2am: The Crepes Bonaparte food truck is scheduled to be in downtown Fullerton serving late night food from Amerige & Harbor.

12am: Looking for more late night food? Check our Guides for where to go near downtown, or follow us on Twitter for last minute food trucks in town.

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16 Apr 2011

Fullerton events for Saturday! April 16

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Sunday 4/10

#FullertonEggHunt for adults means more than one egg is hidden today! What a great way to end the weekend – getting free stuff! (Our Egg Hunt page now has a link to our Guide for Fullerton Egg Hunts for Kids too.) Good luck in your hunting and enjoy these great events in town!

9am-1pm: Build your own omelette (up to 20 items) at Roscoe’s Famous Deli in the SOCO District of downtown Fullerton.

9am-2pm: At Big’s Bar & Grill get all you can eat Brunch with regular drink purchase for $9.99, or for $15.99 with bottomless mimosas. Drink specials include $4.50 large domestics, $5 bloody marys, and $12 bucket of beer – 5 bottles domestic per bucket.

9am-2pm: For under $20 you can enjoy brunch at Matador Cantina for breakfast classics with a Mexican-cuisine twist (omelettes, Huevos Rancheros, Mexican Breakfast Pizza and more). Drink specials include $8 Bottomless Champagne or Mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys, Greyhounds and Screwdrivers.

10am: Join local Tito Branca for yoga in the park this Sunday at Hillcrest Park at the stage area above the parking lot at the corner of E. Valley View & Lemon. Questions email yogainthapark@ gmail.com or call/text (626) 757-2016,

10am-2pm: The Public School Arts Semi-Annual Fundraising Cactus and Succulent Plant Sale will be held at 1005 E. Commonwealth Ave. sponsored by Operation Art Gardens.

10am-2pm: Join Cantina Lounge for LIVE SUNDAY for $15.99 Brunch and $4.99 All You Can Drink Mimosas and then live bands from 1-4pm, this week Reggae, Rock and Soul cover band the Showkillers.

10am-2pm: Chomp sushi in Fullerton has Champagne & Punch Family Brunch for $24.95 adults and $12.95 children. They have eggs, pancakes, omelettes, breakfast burritos and more.

10am-3pm: Sunday Funday at Slidebar means you can take the family for an all you can eat $25 Brunch & Bottomless Mimosas, kids 1/2 price!

10am-4pm: The Clearance Sale in The Potting Shed at the Fullerton Arboretum is open this weekend. No charge for admission and clearance sales apply to plants only.

10am-5:30pm: Fullerton Critical Mass is meeting at the Fullerton Train Station to take the Metrolink to CicLAvia to ride bikes. Train leaves at 10:07am! CicLAvia is when 10 miles of LA roadways will temporarily close to car traffic and be open for recreational purposes. 

11am-4pm: The Fullerton Beautiful Open Garden Tour is a self-guided tour that begins at the Fullerton College Horticulture Department (Berkeley Ave.) Enjoy the plant sale and for $10 pick up a tour map. Portions of the proceeds go to funding the Fullerton College Scholarships. For more information call (714) 871-4156.

11am-6pm: Hair of the Dog Sunday at House of Eden treats you to $2 Bloody Marys and $2 Mimosas with the only topless girls in town. 1-5pm: If you stay till 1pm you’ll get to be a part of Photo Shoot Sundays where you can watch, direct & join the Eden girls during a photo shoot.

11am-10pm: To promote their new kids menu launch, Chipotle is giving away a free kids meal every Saturday and Sunday in April when parents purchase an entree meal (burrito, salad, burrito bowl or tacos). (501 N. State College Blvd. # A)

11:30am-10pm: Sangria Sunday at Lizarran means you can buy 1 pitcher of Sangria and get the 2nd free!

12-4pm: For $16.99/person you can head to AMF Carter Lanes for 2 hours of bowling, shoe rental and All You Can Eat Pizza! (cheese or pepperoni, served by the slice). No other coupons can be accepted and there’s a minimum of 3 bowlers per lane.

12-4pm: The Pint House has Sunday Lunch Specials for $7.95 and $8.95 including drinks.

12-6pm: Join Bootlegger’s Brewery for Sunday Funday for $4 Pints all day!

12pm-2am: The Twisted Vine weekly flight for wine & beer tasting. This week Flight 1 is $30 for 3oz. pour of 3 wines from Napa Valley, Flight 2 is $15 for 2oz pour of 3 reds from Argentina, and Flight 3 is $15 for 5oz pours of 3 beers from Brasserie Dubuisson – Wallonia, Belgium.

1pm: Patrick’s Music School piano recital will be held at Fullerton Main Library (Osborne Auditorium – Room B).

1-4pm: Hear Dixieland Jazz with The Golden Eagles and The Dixiedelics for $5 at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe.

1-5pm: Enjoy Sunday Funday at Bourbon Street with the Crawfish Boil Big Easy Style for $15, and $2 Bloody Marys and mimosas, with live entertainment. Happy hour is 4-7pm with $4 well drinks, domestic draft beer and house wine, plus a Sunday-only $4 Hurricane special! Breakfast is served until 2pm, and the entire menu (lunch and dinner) is available at noon.

2pm: The Cal State Fullerton baseball team plays UC Irvine in a single Big West Conference game at Goodwin Field. General Admission is Adults: $10, Seniors and Youths: $6.

2pm: Footloose: The Musical is presented at Cal State Fullerton’s Little Theater for $20.

2pm: The Applied Voice Recital at the Fullerton College Recital Hall presents Vocal Studies students perform a wide variety of vocal repertoire for $7.

2-4pm: The Heritage House Weekend Tours continue this weekend at the Fullerton Arboretum. Reservations not required; tours free however voluntary donations of $2/person are encouraged to help support the Heritage House.

3pm: The Southern California Philharmonic Concert will play live at the Fullerton College Campus Theater for $15. Hear the Young Artists Showcase featuring classical pieces.

3:30-5pm: The Open TESOL Seminar at Cal State Fullerton’s Kinesiology & Health Services (KHS) Building (Room 199) will feature Anaheim University’s renowned faculty of linguists.

4-7pm: Find out who has Sunday Happy Hour in Fullerton with our HH Guide page.

4-10pm: Kids Eat Free at IHOP (151 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) with each adult entree purchase. Valid for kids 12 and under on the “Just for Kids” menu items. Drinks not included unless otherwise specified on “Just for Kids” menu. Not valid with any other discounts or coupons. Dine-in only.

4-11pm: Slidebar for Southern Fried Sunday will have DoubleWide performing.

5-10pm: Salon and Service Industry Night at Commonwealth Lounge in downtown Fullerton serves those in the Salon & Service industry to 1/2 off the entire dinner menu. (Dine with up to 3 non-industry guests with proof of employment.)

6-9pm: Green Screen Door, Animal Eye, and The Meru will play live, free at Burger Records (645 S. State College Blvd.) for the Animal Eye & Green Screen Door Split cassette release.

6-9pm: The OC Food Truck will be in town to serve you Sunday dinner at 386 S. Richman Ave.

6-11pm: The Fullerton Dancesport Center invites you to Hep Cat’s Hideaway Swing Dance featuring DJ Vintage Pete. For $7 attend the lesson taught by Jacob Giron or for $5 attend the public dance starting at 7pm.

7pm: As You Like It continues the Hunger Artists tradition of presenting modern, relevant Shakespeare productions. General admission is $18, $15 for students/seniors with ID.

8pm: Love Shack Parties will be at Revolucion 1910 Cantina in downtown Fullerton with lots of sexy giveaways and drink specials. Check out their lingerie, lotions and toys.

8-10pm: Get $3 well drinks & $3 domestic beers at 2J’s Lounge for Power Hour.

8-11pm: If you were too busy Saturday to enjoy Xtreme Bowling at AMF Carter Lanes you can head out tonight with friends (3 person minimum) for an even better deal for fun bowling in the dark! For $12.50 you’ll get 2 hours of bowling & shoe rental with Xtreme lighting, sound & fun!

8pm-1am: The New Jazz Jam at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe invites local musicians and singers of all levels to join a core trio of Evan Stone, Roger Shew and Matt Politano up on stage for $2. Drink specials include $4 well drinks and $5 martinis (jam only).

9pm-1am: Sing karaoke in Fullerton (one place has a giveaway)! Find out where with our Guide.

9pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Bourbon Street is for Restaurant & Hospitality Workers to receive 40% off Food and Drinks! Also enjoy Live Video Mixes.

9:30pm: Commonwealth Lounge presents a free show featuring See Spot and Solutionaries for live Ska, Reggae, Rocksteady and Dub from Los Angeles

11pm-1am: Happy Hour at Stubrik’s late night is a dollar off draft beers and well drinks.

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10 Apr 2011

Fullerton events for Sunday! April 10

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

This Guide is a listing of Easter Egg Hunts in Fullerton for kids!

*Saturday, April 7, 10am sharp Fullerton South Rotary 31st Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Hillcrest Park (1200 N. Harbor Blvd.) For ages Kindergarten – 4th grade.  (714) 318-3911.

*Saturday, April 7, 10am-12pm at First Presbyterian Church – Family Easter Celebration.
Activities for families and kids under age 10 to include: crafts, bounce house, face painting, a worship program, and an Easter Egg Hunt (toddler – 6th grade). Food and beverages provided throughout. First Presbyterian Church of Fullerton 838 N. Euclid St. (714) 526-7701.

*Saturday, April 7, 10am-12pm at Ford Park (435 W. Wilshire Ave.) – FREE Easter EGGstravaganza!!
4 Age-Level Egg Hunts! (Ages 0-12),  free Hot Dogs! Drink! Popcorn! Candy! Door Prizes, 2 Jump Houses, Face Painting & more!
Sponsored By: Christian Life Center (American English), Bethel Assembly (Spanish) and California South Church (Korean) 404 W. Wilshire Ave. (714) 526-5544.

*Saturday, April 7, 10am-12pm – food, fellowship, fun & an egg hunt with a visit from the Easter Bunny at St Paul Lutheran Church 111 W. Las Palmas Dr. (714) 879-8290.

*Saturday, April 7, 10am-1pm – The North Orange County Family YMCA hosts their Annual Easter Egg Hunt! The free event includes; an Easter egg hunt, free BBQ lunch, crafts, face painting, bounce house, activities and more. 2000 Youth Way (714) 879-9622.

*Sunday, April 8, 10am Worship with Easter Egg Hunt to follow at Fullerton First United Methodist Church, 114 N. Pomona Ave. (714) 871-4115.

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6 Apr 2011

Fullerton Easter Egg Hunts for kids!

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Holiday, Special Event

Saturday 4/2

It’s been a few crazy days for us here at iF, we hope you’re staying cool in this crazy heat. If you brave the hot temperatures you might be lucky enough to find one of our eggs for our 1st ever Fullerton Egg Hunt for Adults! Below, as always, is your daily list of things to do!

8am-6pm: High School Jazz Bands, Combos and Vocal Jazz Ensembles compete in the Annual Jazz Festival at Fullerton College. A two day event with competitions beginning in several venues all over campus. Adult admission for featured performance events is $8.

8:30am-12pm: U.S. Representative Ed Royce hosts the 3rd Annual Women’s Conference at California State University, Fullerton.  Rep.  Royce, in conjunction with Cal State Fullerton’s Women and Philanthropy Network, invites you to attend a half-day seminar addressing issues facing women today. Keynote speaker will be Kristen Bell. Royce’s 3nd Annual Women’s Conference offers the following five breakout seminars. You will have an opportunity to attend two during the half-day women’s conference. Visit the event site to register.

9-10:30am: Morning Yoga in the Garden at the Fullerton Arboretum is $13/members $15/nonmembers. The class is appropriate for all levels including beginners. Ages 16 – 17 allowed with an adult. Wear comfortable clothing, and bring a mat if you have one. Call (657) 278-3407 for more information.

9-11am: Birdwatching at the Fullerton Arboretum is $10/members, $12/nonmembers Discount price for all 3 classes: $25/members, $30/nonmembers. Join gardener and amateur birdwatcher Greg Pongetti for a birdwatching walk through the Arboretum. Learn about the natural history, identifying characteristics, songs, and specialized adaptations of our feathered friends who visit the Arboretum. Please bring your binoculars.

9am-2pm: For under $20 you can enjoy brunch at Matador Cantina for breakfast classics with a Mexican-cuisine twist (omelettes, Huevos Rancheros, Mexican Breakfast Pizza and more). Drink specials include $8 Bottomless Champagne or Mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys, Greyhounds and Screwdrivers.

10am: Outdoor Fitness Boot Camp at the Student Recreation Center at Cal State Fullerton. To register, please visit the Recreation Services Desk, located on the second level of the SRC.

10am: Discover Meat and Dairy Alternatives in the Happy Cooking Company (549 S. State College Blvd.) class for $45. To register call Liz at (714) 388-0240.

10am-2pm: Chomp sushi in Fullerton has Champagne & Punch Family Brunch for $24.95 adults and $12.95 children. They have eggs, pancakes, omelettes, breakfast burritos and more.

10am-3pm: STAGES Theatre will hold auditions for their upcoming presentation of The Twilight Zone.

10am-4pm: The African Violet Display & Sale will be at the Fullerton Arboretum. Tri-Counties African Violet Society presents a two day sale and display. African Violets, related plants and supplies will be for sale. Educational displays and a variety of African Violets will be on display. Members available to answer questions.

10am-4pm: The Mercantile Flea Market at Carpe Diem Experience (115 S Harbor Blvd.) is a new way of shopping in downtown Fullerton. The monthly event features artists, designers, antiques, vintage, imports, urban creations, close outs, and more.

10:30am: Cal State Fullerton’s Reading Department dedicates its Reading Center in honor of the late Hazel Miller Croy, emerita professor of education and founder of the university’s reading education program. (Reading Center, Cal State Fullerton Education-Classroom Building, Room 24?, 800 N. State College Blvd.)

10:30am-3pm: Gilding the Lily will host a Coptic Bound Metal Book class with instructor Leslie Marsh for $75.

11am: Saturday Storytime at Barnes & Noble (1923 W. Malvern Ave.) is open to all ages to discover new books!

11am-4pm: For $16.99/person you can head to AMF Carter Lanes for 2 hours of bowling, shoe rental and All You Can Eat Pizza! (cheese or pepperoni, served by the slice). No other coupons can be accepted and there’s a minimum of 3 bowlers per lane.

11am-10pm: To promote their new kids menu launch, Chipotle is giving away a free kids meal every Saturday and Sunday in April when parents purchase an entree meal (burrito, salad, burrito bowl or tacos). (501 N. State College Blvd. # A)

11am-2am: Celebrate Joe’s First Anniversary all weekend with drink specials, raffles, entertainment and much more! There will be $4 beer specials, 20% off all appetizers, enjoy breakfast drink specials too! Jimmy and Andrew are playing the patio on Saturday at 3:30pm, Brett Cain plays the patio on Sunday at 3:30pm. Patio Bar open on Sunday.

11am-2am: Yager My Weekend at House of Eden means you’ll get $3 Yager Bomb shots AND Happy Hour from 4-8pm gets you $2 well drinks and domestic beers and $3 call drinks and import beers.

12pm-2am: The Weekly Tastings at The Twisted Vine in downtown Fullerton (run through next Wednesday) include Flight 1: Salvestrin – St. Helena, Ca, $20 for 2oz pour of each wine; Flight 2 (Spring Whites): $15 for 3oz pour of each- 2009 Tangent – Viognier – Edna Valley, Ca, 2007 Pfeffingen – Riesling – Pfalz, Germany, 2007 Krupp Brothers – Black Bart’s Bride – Napa Valley. Wine Flight 3 (Big Guns): $40 for 3oz pour of each- 2008 Sea Smoke – Pinot Noir “Southing” – Sta.Rta.Hills, 2005 Lang & Reed – Right Bank – Napa Valley, 2006 Vina von Siebenthal – Toknar – Aconchagua, Chile. Beer Flight is Pale Ales $12 for 5oz pour of each- Bootlegger’s – Palomino – Fullerton, Ca, Anderson Valley – Poleeko Gold – Boonville, Ca, Flying Dog – Doggy Style – Frederick, Md.

1pm: Hear Kyung’s Spring Piano Concert at the Fullerton Library (Osborne Auditorium).

1:30-3:30pm: The Hypertufa Pot Workshop at the Fullerton Arboretum is $25/members,  $30/non-members. Landscape designer Steve Gerischer returns to lead you through the steps to make an “instant antiquity” Hypertufa bowl or trough-shaped pot for your garden.

2-4pm: The Heritage House Weekend Tours continue this weekend at the Fullerton Arboretum. Reservations not required; tours free however voluntary donations of $2/person are encouraged to help support the Heritage House.

3:30pm: City Councilwoman Sharon Quirk-Silva hosts “Meet Your Small Business Owner,” a new community outreach program at Fullerton Photographics (908 N. Harbor Blvd.). The program is an informal series of community meetings that will be held at a different local small business the first Saturday of each month. Light refreshments will be served.

4-7pm: Find out who has Happy Hour specials on Saturday with our HH page!

4-7pm: The Geezer with the Guitar will play at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

4-10pm: Kids Eat Free at IHOP (151 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) with each adult entree purchase. Valid for kids 12 and under on the “Just for Kids” menu items. Drinks not included unless otherwise specified on “Just for Kids” menu. Not valid with any other discounts or coupons. Dine-in only.

5-8pm: Seekers Chapel (1521 E. Orangethorpe Ave., Suite D) will host their Countdown to Easter, featuring crafts, games, puppet show and egg dying.  Dinner will also be served. For more information call Shelly Hanlon at (909) 910-3484.

5-8pm: Saturday Scotch & Steak at The Pint House in downtown Fullerton is $18.95 (plus tax, gratuity) for a Black & Bleu 10oz Rib-Eye Steak with mashed potatoes, green beans, and a side salad, plus 50% off Premium Scotch.

5-9pm: Bacon MANia will be serving bacon-y goodness at Bootlegger’s Brewery tasting room. Make sure you get there early for bacon & Knuckle Sandwich.

5:30-9pm: The Cellar will honor Elizabeth Taylor with a fundraising dinner benefitting the American Foundation for AIDS Research (her favorite cause). The pix fixe dinner will be $50 for 4 courses (escargot, Caesar salad, Filet Steak & Chocolate Mousse). Space is limited and reservations are recommended by calling (714) 525-5682.

6pm-1am: Xtreme Bowling at AMF Carter Lanes costs $17.50 for 2 hours of bowling & shoe rental (3 person minimum) with xtreme black lighting, xtreme special effects and xtreme music.

7pm: The Rainbows End! Spring Fling DANCE! will be at the Crowne Plaza Fullerton (1500 S. Raymond Ave.). The amazing Hector is the DJ, wear something colorful and dance the night away for $10. This is also a fundraiser for (JDRF) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation! Free Snacks, Special Drink Prices, 2 Private Bars, Cool Outside Patio, Huge Dance Floor! For more information call (714) 635-9000.

7pm: Riff Haus Studios hosts an all ages show for $10 with Matamoska, Mafia Rusa, 213 Mob, D-Skarados, Cafe Con Tequila, and more.

7-10pm: Sandro Rasziel will play at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

7pm-1am: Join the 4 Year Anniversary Party at The Continental Room with DJ Curse & more.

7:30pm: How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying is presented by the Fullerton Union High School Academy of the Arts at Plummer Auditorium (201 E. Chapman Ave.) for $10 ($8 Student/Senior).

8pm: Big’s Bar & Grill hosts Gramilla with special guests Kaiowas, and Blacklight Revelation, free.

8pm: As You Like It continues the Hunger Artists tradition of presenting modern, relevant Shakespeare productions. General admission is $18, $15 for students/seniors with ID.

8pm: The Maverick Theater presents their production of The Wedding Singer, Written by Chad Beguelin & Tim Herlihy, Music by Matthew Sklar & Lyrics by Chad Beguelin and Directed by Curtis Jerome. The show ticket is $25 and suitable for ages 13+.

8pm: Green Natives will play at Roscoe’s Famous Deli in downtown Fullerton for a free, 21+ show.

8pm: Living Things will be playing at Slidebar in downtown Fullerton for a free, 21+ show.

8pm: STAGES Theatre presents Twelfth Night – A Bold New Staging of Shakespeare’s rollicking comedy – for  $20, $17 for students and seniors.

8-10pm: Get $3 well drinks & $3 domestic beers at 2J’s Lounge for Power Hour.

8pm: The Rockstar Back Bar is open at The Continental Room with DJs and drink specials every week. Get Funk/soul/hip hop with Deejay Lito and DJ CNote.

8pm-12am: Lucky John’s has $3.50 YOU-CALL-IT on some CALL Mixed Drinks.

8:30-11:30pm: Enjoy the free Dueling Piano Show at Ziings’ in downtown Fullerton featuring 2 grand pianos played by some of the world’s best piano bar entertainers.

8:30pm-1am: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe will host Louie Cruz Beltran and his Latin Jazz Ensemble. Call (714) 871-8800 to make reservations.

9-11pm: Club Plush at the Cantina Lounge brings you DJs, 1/2 off drink specials and bottle service. Dress code enforced, 21+ club, private booth sections and VIP service also available.

9pm-12am: Neon Nights, only at Titan Bowl & Billiards at Cal State Fullerton is on the lower level of the Titan Student Union. Combine bowling with an exciting club atmosphere for your Saturday night. Call (657) 278-2144 for more information.

9pm-1am: Karaoke in town is easy to find with our Karaoke Guide.

10pm-1am: DJ Ruffnek will spin all night at Bourbon Street in downtown Fullerton.

10pm-1am: A band called “d” will play at Stubrik’s for a free, 21+ show.

11pm: The Red Light Revue – Folly of the Fools returns to the Hunger Artists Theater. Come ready to laugh, cringe, drool, and don’t forget to bring your zombie repellent for $15 General Admission / $12 Students & Seniors. (18+)

11pm: Laugh at Improv Shmimprov at Maverick Theater for only $5.

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2 Apr 2011

Fullerton events for Saturday, April 2

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized