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Monday 4/11

Don’t be blue because it’s Monday, #FullertonEggHunt is still happening! And there are all these great things to check out in Fullerton!

9am: Leslie from the Yorba Linda Hiking Meetup Group will lead a Wednesday morning walk at the Fullerton Court House Trail. Meet in the upper parking lot off Berkeley Street between 8:50 and 9am and start walking at 9 am.

9am-5pm: It’s Dollar Mania at AMF Carter Lanes! Get the best value for your dollar and fun for your bowl! The $5 cover charge gets you $1 games and $1 shoe rental with a minimum of 3 bowlers per lane.

10am-12pm: Belly Sprout starts their “Week of the Young Child.” Each day of the week children (ages 2 on up) can enjoy a daily class for only $10! They’ll end the week on April 16th with a Springtime Carnival – a free event from 10am-2pm with Ladybug Jane, refreshments, storytime, activities, giveaways and vendors!

10am-12pm: “Spring into Music,” for students in 4th through 9th grades, will be held at the Fullerton Museum Center daily through April 15. The intensive introductory class includes guitar instruction, music games and visits to the Fender Gallers for $80 per student for museum members and $90 for the general public. The fee includes all materials, and acoustic Fender guitars will be available for students to use in class and at home.

11am-12:30am: The Monday Special at Les Amis in downtown Fullerton: Buy any two grand sandwiches and get a free petite hummus.

11am-9pm: Get 5 for $10 wine tasting at Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante. From 11am-3pm you can enjoy their lunch buffet or get the $3 pizza/salad combo special from Woppo’s takeout.

11am-3pm: At Revolucion 1910 Cantina the lunch specials are only $5.99 with over 10 items to choose from.

11am-10pm: Monday ALL DAY Happy Hour at NYPD Pizza gets you half off appetizers, and half off beer and wine.

12-1pm: The Fullerton Kiwanis will meet at Wyndham Hotel (222 W. Houston Ave.) New members are welcome. For more information call (714) 255-0925.

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.

2pm-2am: Wine Monday at Matador Cantina in downtown Fullerton lets you enjoy wines by the glass at half price, with any food order.

3-6pm: Pallazzo’s Pizzeria Happy Hour has All-You-Can-Eat pizza & salad for $5.99, .89cent 12oz. domestic draft beers and $2 off appetizers! Some great deals near Cal State Fullerton!

3-6pm & 4-7pm: Happy Hour specials for Fullerton are listed on our HH Guide page.

4-7pm: Manic Monday at The Pint House will treat you to 40% off ALL appetizers and you’ll get $2 pints of Coors Light.

4-10pm: Locals Night at Commonwealth Lounge means you can show your ID and receive 50% off your entire food bill (dinner menu only).

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.

4pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Matador Cantina treats employees of the service and hospitality industries to happy hour drink specials. Bring a check stub, business card or your boss with you.

4pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Stubrik’s. Bring your restaurant pay stub and receive 30% off your bill.

5pm: Martini Monday at Roman Cucina in downtown Fullerton means you’ll get any martini from their menu at $5.

5:30pm: Stephen D. Smith, executive director of USC’s Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, founder of the UK Holocaust Centre in Nottinghamshire, England, and the Aegis Trust for the prevention of crimes against humanity and genocide, will deliver the 3rd Annual Hansen Lecture, titled “Auschwitz 2045: What will become of the Holocaust?” at Cal State Fullerton’s Titan Student Union free.

6pm: Hunt Branch Library hosts the Independent Film Series. This month’s film is IF I WANT TO WHISTLE, I WHISTLE. Silviu has only two weeks left before his release from a hostile juvenile detention center. But when his mother, who abandoned him long ago, returns to take his younger brother away – a brother Silviu raised like a son – those two weeks become an eternity. This film is not rated and may contain adult language and situations not recommended for young children. Films are subject to change.

6:30pm: The Parks and Recreation Commission will meet at Fullerton City Hall, Council Chambers (303 W. Commonwealth Ave.) Commission duties and responsibilities include study and policy recommendations related to community service concerns, projects, and programs.

7pm: The OCBG (Orange County Board Gamers) Meetup Group usually meets on Mondays. The membership dues are $5 /year but new players are always welcome. The group usually plays “Family Strategy” or “Euro” boardgames like Settlers of Catan, Ticket To Ride, Puerto Rico, etc. These games are fun, fast playing, and easily taught. The group was organized by and is held at Fullerton’s own Coworking Place.

7-10pm: Enjoy Vic Miller on piano and French Poetry Reading at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir in downtown Fullerton.

7:30pm: The Diabetes Support Group (Sweet Peas) meets in the Community Services Conference Room at 130 W. Bastanchury Rd. in Fullerton. Call (800) 870-7537 for more information.

7:30pm: Cody Bryant & The Riders of the Purple Sage will play live at First United Methodist Church (114 N. Pomona Ave.) The concert will be the 5th and final performance in the North Orange County Community Concerts 65th season. Tickets at door are $20 for adults, $10 for students.

8pm: Test your knowledge at Heroes with Trivia Night. Individual players or teams are invited to try their skill for prizes of $50, $25 and $10 gift certificates or house cash for 1st 2nd and 3rd place.

8-11pm: Cheap Date Night at Sunset Lounge means free pool and darts (free jukebox too – up to $20 in credits) AND $1.75 domestic beer and $2 well drinks.

8pm-12am: Lucky John’s has $1 Domestic 10oz Draft Beer.

8pm-12am: Slidebar has Monday drink specials, event better they have Angel Vain and her Adult Industry friends for you to hang out with!

8pm-12am: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe brings you Bill Strout’s Big Band 2000 with Shannon Lee Blas, no cover all night!

9pm-1am: 2J’s Lounge has free pool and drink specials for Monday.

9pm-1am: Sing karaoke in Fullerton! Monday means 5+ places where you can be your own Rebecca Black!

9:30pm: Commonwealth Lounge presents live music from Love Grenades and Beatmo.

10pm-1am: Crash Monument & Special Guests will play live at Back Alley.

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

8pm-12am: Lucky John’s has $1 Domestic 10oz Draft Beer.
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11 Apr 2011

Fullerton events for Monday, April 11

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Monday 4/4

Have a good weekend? we hope so! Find an egg? Let us know! There are 3 announcements for upcoming events, then your daily events list!

Announcement: Registration is required for the upcoming Estate Management Class at the Fullerton Senior Multi-Service Center – a free, 8-week course called “It’s Your Estate,” starting April 6. Classes will be held from 2-2:30pm on Wednesdays, and will feature local financial and estate experts who will answer questions and help participants stay in charge of their estate-planning options. To RSVP, call (714) 738-6305.

Announcement: “Spring into Music,” for students in 4th-9th grades, will be held from 10am-12pm daily April 11-15 at the Fullerton Museum. The intensive introductory class will include guitar instruction, music games, and visits to the museum’s Fender Gallery. Fee for the class is $80 per student for members and $90 for the general public. The fee includes all materials, and acoustic Fender guitars will be available for students to use in class and at home. Register by calling (714) 738-6545.

Announcement: Registration is now being taken for the Fullerton Parks and Recreation Department’s 5th Annual “Kid’s Fishing Derby” set for Saturday, April 23, at Laguna Lake Park. While the derby is free, pre-registration is required and may be made by calling the Parks and Recreation Department at (714) 738-6575. Free commemorative fishing derby T-shirts will be given to the first 400 kids to pre-register for the event.

9am-5pm: It’s Dollar Mania at AMF Carter Lanes! Get the best value for your dollar and fun for your bowl! The $5 cover charge gets you $1 games and $1 shoe rental with a minimum of 3 bowlers per lane.

10-11:15am: The Asian American Studies Program and the Department of Radio-TV-Film at Cal State Fullerton present Actor Sung Kang speaking at the Titan Student Union Titan Theater.

11am-9pm: Get 5 for $10 wine tasting at Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante. From 11am-3pm you can enjoy their lunch buffet or get the $3 pizza/salad combo special from Woppo’s takeout.

11am-3pm: At Revolucion 1910 Cantina the lunch specials are only $5.99 with over 10 items to choose from.

11am-10pm: Monday ALL DAY Happy Hour at NYPD Pizza gets you half off appetizers, and half off beer and wine.

11am-12:30am: The Monday Special at Les Amis in downtown Fullerton: Buy any two grand sandwiches and get a free petite hummus.

11:30am: The Fullerton State of the City Luncheon – Fullerton Open For Business! will be held at Cal State Fullerton’s Titan Student Union. The Fullerton Chamber of Commerce event is $55.

12pm: Soroptimist International of Fullerton will meet at Anaheim Park Hotel (222 W. Houston Way.) The organization is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls. Cost is $15 for lunch. For more information call Leslie (714) 577-4547.

12pm: The Kiwanis Club of Fullerton will meet at Wyndham Hotel (222 W. Houston Ave.) new members are welcome. For more information call (714) 255-0925.

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.

2pm: Wine Monday at Matador Cantina in downtown Fullerton lets you enjoy wines by the glass at half price, with any food order.

3-5pm: The Cadena Cultural Center at Fullerton College (Room 1440) with the support of the FC Veteran’s Club will host The Impact of War on Families: An Intimate Discussion with David & Adela Lopez Family and viewing of the documentary, free.

3-6pm & 4-7pm: Happy Hour specials in Fullerton are listed on our HH page!

4pm: The Transportation & Circulation Commission will meet at Fullerton City Hall, in Council Chambers (303 W. Commonwealth Ave.) The commission acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council in the review and development of systems, facilities, plans, policies, and programs that relate to public transportation and circulation within the City.

4-7pm: Manic Monday at The Pint House will treat you to 40% off ALL appetizers and you’ll get $2 pints of Coors Light.

4-10pm: Locals Night at Commonwealth Lounge means you can show your ID and receive 50% off your entire food bill (dinner menu only).

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.

4pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Matador Cantina treats employees of the service and hospitality industries to happy hour drink specials. Bring a check stub, business card or your boss with you.

4pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Stubrik’s. Bring your restaurant pay stub and receive 30% off your bill.

5pm: Martini Monday at Roman Cucina in downtown Fullerton means you’ll get any martini from their menu at $5.

5-8pm: General Plan Advisory Committee Meeting for the city of Fullerton will meet at the Fullerton Library (Osborne Auditorium). This is a regular meeting to discuss the update to the City’s General Plan. For more information call Bob St. Paul (714) 738-6559.

7pm: The Hunger Artists Theater (699-A State College Blvd.) will hold Auditions for The Beauty Queen of Leenane.

7pm: The OCBG (Orange County Board Gamers) Meetup Group usually meets on Mondays. The membership dues are $5 /year but new players are always welcome. The group usually plays “Family Strategy” or “Euro” boardgames like Settlers of Catan, Ticket To Ride, Puerto Rico, etc. These games are fun, fast playing, and easily taught. The group was organized by and is held at Fullerton’s own Coworking Place.

7:30-10pm: Open mic for actors and playwrights, monologues, scenes, audition pieces, and one acts at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir in downtown Fullerton are performed in a workshop environment. 18+ only.

8pm: Test your knowledge at Heroes with Trivia Night. Individual players or teams are invited to try their skill for prizes of $50, $25 and $10 gift certificates or house cash for 1st 2nd and 3rd place.

8-11pm: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe hosts a free evening with The Hal Willis Big Band.

8-11pm: Cheap Date Night at Sunset Lounge means free pool and darts (free jukebox too – up to $20 in credits) AND $1.75 domestic beer and $2 well drinks.

8pm-12am: Lucky John’s has $1 Domestic 10oz Draft Beer.

8pm-1am: Find out where to sing karaoke to be your own American Idol in Fullerton with our karaoke Guide!

8:30pm: Join the Fullerton Historic Ballroom for their single classes and dances Weekly Meetup. For $12 you can learn classic dances from great instructors. For more information call (714) 525-5155 or visit the website.

9pm-1am: Play free pool at 2J’s Lounge.

9pm-1am: OC Music Award Winner for Best Latin, Nancy Sanchez performs with local music favorites Molly Marlette & Skee with resident DJ’S TOEJAMZ & MIDNIGHT SNACK at Commonwealth Lounge, free.

9pm-1am: Slidebar has $5 Martini Mondays and $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon Cans and for Money Shot Monday you can hang out with Adult Industry star Angel Vain and her special guests!

10pm: Quinn Ivory and Late Night Revival will play live at The Continental Room in downtown Fullerton.

10pm: Violethour Studio will host an educational (and exclusive) event tonight with wine tasting. There is only room for 10 people so contact them ahead of time.

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

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4 Apr 2011

Fullerton events for Monday, April 4

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Monday 3/28

First we have a few upcoming events to tell you about and then we’ll get to the daily list of things to do in Fullerton for Monday!

Announcements:
>Register now for the Health Eating on a Budget workshop at the Fullerton Multi-Service Center March 30 at 10:30am. A health educator from SCAN Health Plan will discuss nutrition & guidelines for older adults, as well as inexpensive meals and snacks. The program is free, but registration requested. Call (714) 738-7305).

>The 3rd Annual Women’s Conference will be held April 2 at Cal State University. Hosted by US Rep. Ed Royce, the half day seminar will adress issues facing women today with keynote speaker Kristen Bell. To register visit the event site.

To do today!

9am-5pm: Dollar Mania bowling at AMF Carter Lanes gives you $1 games and $1 shoe rental for a $5 cover charge (minimum 3 bowlers per lane).

11am-3pm: Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante and Woppo’s Cucina (their walk-up takeout) offers a lunch buffet and $3 pizza/salad combo lunch special respectively.

11am-3pm: At Revolucion 1910 Cantina the lunch specials are only $5.99 with more than 10 items to choose from.

11am-9pm: Get 5 for $10 wine tasting at Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante.

11am-9pm: Super Mex has a Monday deal for one FREE kid’s meal per adult meal purchase.

11am-10pm: Monday ALL DAY Happy Hour at NYPD Pizza gets you ½ off appetizers and ½ off beer and wine.

11am-12:30am: The Monday special at Les Amis in downtown Fullerton: Buy any two grand sandwiches and get a free petite hummus.

12pm: The Kiwanis Club of Fullerton will meet at the Wyndham Hotel (222 W. Houston Ave.) and new members are welcome. For more information call (714) 255-0925.

12pm-2am: The Weekly Tastings at The Twisted Vine in downtown Fullerton (run through Wednesday) include Flight 1: Salvestrin – St. Helena, CA, $20 for a 2oz pour of 3 wines; Flight 2: Ceago – Lake County, CA, $15 for a 3oz pour of 3 wines; and Flight 3: Create your own beer flight for $12 with a 5oz pour of 3 from the following list: Blache de Bruxelles – White Beer, The Bruery – Saison de Lente, The Lost Abbey – Ten Commandments, Avery – Dugana IPA, or Port Brewing – Old Viscosity.

2pm: Wine Monday at Matador Cantina in downtown Fullerton lets you enjoy wines by the glass at ½ price, with any food order.

3-4pm: The Fullerton College Political Science Department invites students, faculty, staff to join in a discussion of current political events in the Middle East with professor Naji Dahi (Fullerton College Room 1413).

3-6pm & 4-7pm: Happy Hour in Fullerton is easy to find using our HH page.

4-10pm: Locals Night at Commonwealth Lounge means you can show your ID and receive 50% off your entire food bill (dinner menu only, residents of Fullerton).

4-7pm: Manic Monday at The Pint House will treat you to 40% off all appetizers and $2 pints of Coors Light.

4pm-close: Service Industry Night at Matador Cantina treats employees of the service and hospitality industries to happy hour drink specials. Bring a check stub or business card.

4pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Stubrik’s gives those working in the service (restaurant) industries 30% off their total bill with proof of employment (restaurant pay stub).

5pm: Martini Monday at Roman Cucina in downtown Fullerton gets you any martini from their menu for $5.

7pm: The OCBG (Orange County Board Gamers) Meetup Group usually meets in downtown Fullerton at CoWorking in downtown Fullerton. The membership is $5/year but new players are always welcome. The group usually plays “Family Strategy” or “Euro” boardgames.

7-10pm: The Matador Cantina will debut their new Signature Spring Cocktails. Each drink is handcrafted by mixologist Ricky Yarnall and offered at $8. Be the first to try the new lineup.

7:30-9:30pm: Enjoy Vic Miller on piano and French Poetry Reading at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir in downtown Fullerton.

8pm: Fullerton College Symphony presents All Beethoven Concert at the Fullerton College Campus Theater for $10, $5 Student/Senior, Under 14 free.

8pm: Test your knowledge at Heroes with Trivia Night. Individual players or teams are invited to try and win prizes of $50, $25 and $10 gift certificates or house cash for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

8pm-11pm: The Mark Hix Big Band will play an all ages show at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe.

8-11pm: Cheap Date Night at Sunset Lounge means free pool, free darts, $1.75 domestic beer and $2 well drinks. (The bar also has up to $20 in credits to put in the jukebox for ‘free’ music too.)

8pm-1am: Find out who has karaoke in Fullerton with our Karaoke Guide.

8:30pm: Join the Fullerton Historic Ballroom for their single-classes and dances Weekly Meetup. For $12 you can learn classic dances. For more information call (714) 525-5155.

9pm: Enjoy free pool at 2J’s Lounge.

9pm-1am: Come Down will play a free show at Back Alley.

9pm-1am: Slidebar has $5 Martini Monday and $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon cans AND you can hang out with Adult Industry star Angel Vain and her friends while singing karaoke for Money Shot Monday.

10pm: The Continental Room hosts Y LUV with The Gromble and The Have & Have Nots, free (21+).

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

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28 Mar 2011

Fullerton events, specials, things to do for Monday

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Monday 3/21

Happy Monday! We want to give you a heads up first on some events coming up and then we’ll get to the days events!

Announcements:
>The Stone Brew Dinner at Commonwealth Lounge will teach you about brewing different beers and how to pair foods with each selection with 6 Stone Brews, a 6 course beer dinner for $49 per person on Thursday, March 24th at 7pm. Seating is limited, call to make reservations (714) 525-8888.

>March 26, 9am-3pm: The 19th Annual A Day of Authors will be held at the Titan Student Union at Cal State Fullerton for $85. The event will host 8 best-selling authors including JA Jance and local writer Carol Snow as well as book signings, gourmet lunch, drawings for gift baskets and more. Attendance is limited so RSVP by emailing [email protected]

>March 26, 10am: The Cal State Fullerton women’s soccer team invites past Titan greats and their families as well as fans and supporters to the inaugural “Alumnae Festival” at Titan Stadium featuring a family-friendly atmosphere complete with a taco bar, bounce houses, live music and 6-a-side soccer between the alumnae and current members of the program. Cost is $25 per person ($10 for children ages 12 and under) and all proceeds and donations go directly to the women’s soccer program. For more information or to register for the event, contact Assistant Coach Lauryn Welch at (657) 278-4053 or via email at [email protected]

>St. Jude President and Chief Executive Officer Lee Penrose will review the changes and challenges for health care providers and how businesses can meet the changing regulations at the Fullerton Chamber’s monthly Insider’s Briefing at the Fullerton Marriott (2701 E. Nutwood Ave.) on March 31 at 7:30am for $35 for members and $45 for non-members,  including breakfast. Reservations will be accepted through March 22, 2011. For more information or to purchase tickets, call the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce offices at (714) 871-3100.

DAILY EVENTS:

9-11:30am: Fullerton College’s 2011 Artist in Residence, Gronk, will conduct one of his daily demonstrations at Fullerton College, room 1021. This event is free open to the public.

9am-5pm: It’s Dollar Mania at AMF Carter Lanes! Get the best value for your dollar and fun for your bowl! The $5 cover charge gets you $1 games and $1 shoe rental with a minimum of 3 bowlers per lane.

11am-3pm: At Revolucion 1910 Cantina the lunch specials are only $5.99 with over 10 items to choose from.

11am-9pm: Get 5 for $10 wine tasting at Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante. From 11am-3pm Enjoy their lunch buffet or the $3 Special Special from Woppo’s takeout door.

11am-10pm: Monday ALL DAY Happy Hour at NYPD Pizza gets you half off appetizers, and half off beer and wine.

11am-12:30am: The Monday Special at Les Amis in downtown Fullerton: Buy any two grand sandwiches and get a free petite hummus.

12pm: The Kiwanis Club of Fullerton will meet at Wyndham Hotel (222 W. Houston Ave.) new members are welcome. For more information call (714) 255-0925.

12-1:15pm: Soroptimist International of Fullerton Meeting at Anaheim Park Hotel (222 W. Houston Way) meets the first and third Mondays of each month. The organization is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls. Cost is $15 for lunch. For more information call (714) 577-4547.

1-4pm: Fullerton College’s 2011 Artist in Residence, Gronk, will conduct one of his daily demonstrations at Fullerton College, room 1021. This event is free and open to the public.

2pm: Cal State Fullerton women’s tennis matches New Mexico State in a non-conference match.  Free admission to all home matches at the Cal State Fullerton Sports Complex.

2pm-2am: Wine Monday at Matador Cantina in downtown Fullerton lets you enjoy wines by the glass at half price, with any food order.

3-6pm & 4-7pm: Find out where you can enjoy Happy Hour specials in Fullerton with our HH page!

3-7pm: Join Cal State Fullerton for the 2nd Annual Graduate Forum Student Workshop Kick-Off Event at Pollak Library (room 130). Workshop 1: Graduate Student Panel: Student to Student Voices, Workshop 2: Financing Your Graduate Education, and Workshop 3: Considering Your Next Educational Steps?. For more information visit the event site.

4-7pm: Manic Monday at The Pint House will treat you to 40% off ALL appetizers and you’ll get $2 pints of Coors Light.

4-10pm: Locals Night at Commonwealth Lounge means you can show your ID and receive 50% off your entire food bill (dinner menu only).

4pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Matador Cantina treats employees of the service and hospitality industries to happy hour drink specials. Bring a check stub, business card or your boss with you.

4pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Stubrik’s. Bring your restaurant pay stub and receive 30% off your bill.

5pm-2am: Martini Monday at Roman Cucina in downtown Fullerton means you’ll get any martini from their menu at $5.

6-8pm: The NUFF Forum (Neighbors United for Fullerton) will discuss the Fullerton Police Gang Task Force & I-Watch at the Fullerton Main Library. Captain Jeff Stuart and Captain Dan Hughes of the Fullerton Police Department will be presenting an informative evening.

7pm: The OCBG (Orange County Board Gamers) Meetup Group usually meets on Mondays. The membership dues are $5 /year but new players are always welcome. The group usually plays “Family Strategy” or “Euro” boardgames like Settlers of Catan, Ticket To Ride, Puerto Rico, etc. These games are fun, fast playing, and easily taught. The group was organized by and is held at Fullerton’s own Coworking Place (122 N Harbor Blvd #110).

7:30-10pm: Open mic for actors and playwrights, monologues, scenes, audition pieces, and one acts at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir in downtown Fullerton are performed in a workshop environment. 18+ only.

8pm: Test your knowledge at Heroes with Trivia Night. Individual players or teams are invited to try their skill for prizes of $50, $25 and $10 gift certificates or house cash for 1st 2nd and 3rd place.

8-11pm: Cheap Date Night at Sunset Lounge means free pool and darts (free jukebox too – up to $20 in credits) AND $1.75 domestic beer and $2 well drinks.

8pm-1am: Find out who has Karaoke in Fullerton for Monday! Use our Guides!

8pm-1am: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe hosts Arlene and The Guys Big Band, free for an all ages show.

8:30pm: Join the Fullerton Historic Ballroom for their single classes and dances Weekly Meetup. For $12 you can learn classic dances from great instructors. For more information call (714) 525-5155 or visit the website.

9pm-1am: Play free pool at 2J’s Lounge.

9pm-1am: Hott Mess will perform at Back Alley.

9pm-1am: At Slidebar you can get $5 Martini Mondays and $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon Cans AND karaoke.

9:30pm-1am: Anything & Everything Monday at Commonwealth Lounge features southern California locals Max And The Moon and Audigraffiti. OCMA nominated resident DJ’S Toejamz & Midnight Snack will also be spinning tunes.

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

11pm: Looking for late night food near downtown Fullerton? Check our Guides page for info!

21 Mar 2011

Fullerton events, specials, things to do for Monday

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Monday 3/14

Back to the grind but there’s still so much to do! Make time! Lunch specials, Happy Hour, Independent Film, Grand Piano concert and more! (First an announcements.)

Announcements:
>Succulent Suppers “Flavors of Ecuador” will be at Belly Sprout next Sunday, March 19 from 1-4pm for $65. You must Pre-Register at Belly Sprout. “Please join us to learn, prepare and cook this delightful meal that is sure to satisfy all of your taste buds. You will get a full experience as we story-tell the culture of Ecuador while listening to traditional Andean music.” Pre-register no later than Thursday March 17th. Call Belly Sprout (714) 879-1303 or email [email protected]

To do Today!

9am-5pm: It’s Dollar Mania at AMF Carter Lanes! Get the best value for your dollar and fun for your bowl! The $5 cover charge gets you $1 games and $1 shoe rental with a minimum of 3 bowlers per lane.

11am-3pm: At Revolucion 1910 Cantina the lunch specials are only $5.99 with over 10 items to choose from.

11am-9pm: Get 5 for $10 wine tasting at Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante.

11am-10pm: Monday ALL DAY Happy Hour at NYPD Pizza gets you half off appetizers, and half off beer and wine.

2pm: Wine Monday at Matador Cantina in downtown Fullerton lets you enjoy wines by the glass at half price, with any food order.

2:30-5:30pm: Stand Up For Education at the Fullerton College Quad. Students will be standing in solidarity with faculty and supporters of education against budget cuts, pink slips and fee increases in the state of California. The march will begin in the FC quad at 2:50pm and will proceed to Assembly Member Norby’s Office located on Harbor Blvd. and Valley View. This event is endorsed by the Associated Students & Inter Club Council of Fullerton College.

3pm: Find out Happy Hour deals with our HH page!

4pm-2am: Service Industry Night at Stubrik’s. Bring your restaurant pay stub and receive 30% off your bill.

5pm: Martini Monday at Roman Cucina in downtown Fullerton means you’ll get any martini from their menu at $5.

6pm: Join the Hunt Branch Library (Community Room) for the Independent Film Series. This month’s film is “How I Ended This Summer”. On a desolate island in the Arctic Circle, two men work at a small meteorological station, taking readings from their radioactive surroundings. This film is not rated and may contain adult language and situations not recommended for young children. Films are subject to change.

6:30-9:30pm: The Parks and Recreation Commission will meet at Fullerton City Hall in Council Chambers (303 W. Commonwealth Ave.). Commission duties and responsibilities include study and policy recommendations related to community service concerns, projects, and programs.

6:30-9:30pm: Bar Olympics at Roscoe’s Famous Deli for 2 person teams of 8ball, 9ball, Darts, Shuffleboard, and Golden Tee golf.

7pm: The OCBG (Orange County Board Gamers) Meetup Group meets on Mondays. The membership dues are $5 /year but new players are always welcome. The group usually plays “Family Strategy” or “Euro” boardgames like Settlers of Catan, Ticket To Ride, Puerto Rico, etc. These games are fun, fast playing, and easily taught. The group was organized by and is held at Fullerton’s own Coworking Place (122 N Harbor Blvd #110).

7:30pm: The Diabetes Support Group (Sweet Peas) meets in the Community Services Conference Room at 130 W. Bastanchury Rd. in Fullerton. Call (800) 870-7537 for more information.

7:30pm: North Orange County Community Concerts presents Double Grande: Two Grand Voices, Two Grand Pianos for one night only at the Fullerton First United Methodist Church (114 N. Pomona Ave.). Hear Wayland Pickard and Deborah Johnson, America’s Premier Piano Duo and 2009 Grammy contenders for $20/Adults and $10/Students.

7:30-10pm: Enjoy the French Poetry Reading at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

8pm: Test your knowledge at Heroes with Trivia Night. Individual players or teams are invited to try their skill for prizes of $50, $25 and $10 gift certificates or house cash for 1st 2nd and 3rd place.

8pm: Slidebar presents a free show by HELMET with special guests Sederra and Blacklight Revelation.

8-11pm: Join Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe for an all ages, no cover show with Big Band 2000 and Shannon Lee Blas.

8-11pm: Cheap Date Night at Sunset Lounge means free pool and darts (free jukebox too – up to $20 in credits) AND $1.75 domestic beer and $2 well drinks.

8:30pm: Join the Fullerton Historic Ballroom for their single classes and dances Weekly Meetup. For $12 you can learn classic dances from great instructors. For more information call (714) 525-5155 or visit the website.

9pm: Beyond the Red Door will play at Back Alley Bar.

9pm: Find out where to sing karaoke in Fullerton!

9pm: Slidebar is one place you can sing karaoke with Adult Film/Industry stars Angel Vain and friends for Money Shot Monday AND this week she’ll be giving away a boob job courtesy of Ocean Cosmetic!! You’ll also get $5 Martini Mondays and $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon Cans.

9:30pm: Commonwealth Lounge will host Let’s Drive to Alaska and Cheers to Vanity for piano driven pieces, live electronics and programming, and a strong emphasis on organic samples and production. You’ll also hear Resident DJ’S TOEJAMZ and MIDNIGHT SNACK.

11pm: Stubrik’s is one place you can find late night Happy Hour on Monday! Get more details on our HH page, or look at our Guides for ideas on late night food!

14 Mar 2011

Fullerton Events, things to do, Specials for Monday

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized