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Thursday 3/24

Friday is almost here, the weather is bad/good/bad…. who knows anymore :) Get out there and do something fun today!

7:15am: The Fullerton Sunrise Rotary Breakfast Meeting will be held at the Meridian Sports Club (1535 Deerpark Dr.) and new members are welcome. For more information contact Carolyn Johnson at (714) 743-8670.

9am: The Fullerton Chapter of TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) will meet and the meetings are open to new members. For more information contact (714) 738-5295.

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-10pm: Eat at Ruby’s Diner (1301 S Harbor Blvd.) in Fullerton to help the fundraiser for FACES. 20% of your bill will be donated to helping the programs of FACES.

9:30am: Visit the Fullerton Senior Multi-Service Center (340 W. Commonwealth Ave.) for the free knitting and crochet class, new members are welcome.

9:30am: Visit the Fullerton Senior Multi-Service Center (340 W. Commonwealth Ave.) for the second “Show and Tell” fashion show presented by the center’s knitting and crochet class spotlighting unique pieces of clothing, hats, accessories and more created by the talented members of the class.

10am: You’re invited to the Cal State Fullerton Children’s Center Building Dedication and Open House. This new facility is the place for children of staff, students, and faculty! Tours will continue throughout the day.

10:15-10:45am: HI – HO -THE DERRY – O at the Fullerton Main Library (Osborne Auditorium) is storytime with stories, finger plays, puppets, songs and crafts for children 3-6 years old. Children must be 3 years old by December 1, 2010.

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-2am: At House of Eden you’ll not only get the only topless bar in town but Thirsty Thursday too; $2 well drinks and $2 domestic drafts all night.

11am-2am: Thirsty Thursday at Slidebar in downtown Fullerton gets you $3 Domestic Pints and $6 Super 32oz. Mugs.

11:15-11:45am: HI – HO -THE DERRY – O at the Fullerton Main Library (Osborne Auditorium) is storytime with stories, finger plays, puppets, songs and crafts for children 3-6 years old. Children must be 3 years old by December 1, 2010.

11:30am-12am: Thursday is all you can eat Pintxo (a large Basque style of tapas) for $19.95 a person with beverage purchase at Lizarran in downtown Fullerton.

12-3pm: Free Senior Tax Return Help is sponsored by AARP at the Fullerton Senior Center Thursdays, through April 14. Call (714) 738-6305 for an appointment.

12:30-2pm: The League of Women Voters Lunch will feature Linh Tranh and a talk on Human Trafficking: The Ugly Reality in Orange County for $12 (includes lunch) at the Fullerton Sizzler (1401 N. Harbor Blvd.)

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.

2-5pm: Sports at Fullerton College is three-fold today; Men’s Baseball vs. Orange Coast College, and Women’s & Men’s Tennis vs. Irvine Valley College all at Fullerton College (321 E. Chapman Ave.)

3-5pm: Enjoy free bowling every Thursday at Cal State Fullerton in the Titan Bowl and Billiards! Shoe rental not included!

3pm & 4pm: Find Happy Hour specials in Fullerton with our HH page.

4-5pm: The Afterschool Club at the Hunt Branch Library (Gallery Room) this week it’s Spring! Listen to a story or two then it is time to get growing as we plant some sees and learn a little about plants. For children kindergarten and up. For more information contact Janine Jacobs at (714) 738-6338.

4pm: The Redevelopment Design Review Committee will meet at Fullerton City Hall, Council Conference Room (303 W. Commonwealth Ave.) The committee advises the Planning Commission on matters relating to physical design including architecture, site design, signs, and landscaping for all major development projects on properties in the redevelopment areas.

4-5pm: Join the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: Brian’s/Big B’s BBQ 30th Anniversary.

4-10pm: Ladies Night at Commonwealth Lounge means extended Happy Hour specials: 1/2 Select Appetizers, $4 Crafts on Drafts, $4 Well Cocktails, $5 Sangria and select martinis and wines!

5-7pm: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Wine Tasting Lesson at The Twisted Vine in downtown Fullerton for $30 (including appetizers). Networking will be from 6-7pm with a no host bar & appetizers. The Young Professionals program was created to cultivate the next generation of civic and business leaders.  Tailored to the business person aged 21 to 40.

5-8:30pm: The Dogzilla Hotdog food truck will be at Bootlegger’s Brewery.

5pm-12am: Thirsty Thursday gets you 50% off select bottles of wine with the purchase of an entree at Karma Kabob. (One offer per party. Cannot combine offers.)

5:30-9pm: Eat dinner with gourmet food trucks at Robbins Brothers (255 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) This week the Chuck Wagon Stop includes Short Stop BBQ, BaconMania, Dos Chinos, The Flip Truck, Barcelona on the Go and Chunk-n-Chip.

6-10pm: Thirsty Thursday at NYPD Pizza in downtown Fullerton gets you $1 Domestic Drafts and $2 Import Drafts.

6-11pm: 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.

6:45pm: Learn computer fundamentals with one-on-one tutoring with Sam Standring at the Fullerton Main Library. Please call the library at (714) 738-3121 to make an appointment.

7pm: Seussical Jr. the musical is presented by Ladera Vista Productions at Ladera Vista Junior High Gym for $5 Students, $8 Adults, $10 VIP. For more information call (714) 447-7765.

7-8pm: Bring your Friends & Artwork to The HASHBURRY Art Exchange at Panera Bread (2415 E. Chapman Ave.) a weekly fun meet up for creatives to share and talk about their artwork with other local Artists! Hashburry is an Artist Community Supporting Creatives by Providing them with Art Shows and Events to participate in.

7-8:30pm: Join Temple Beth Tikvah for Israeli dancing for $3 per person. RSVP by calling (714) 871-3535.

7-9pm: 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. Seating is limited, call to make reservations (714) 525-8888.

7:30pm: Vocal Magic & Friends will perform A Cappella Jazz at The Muckenthaler Cultural Center for $20.

7:30-9:30pm: Temple Beth Tikvah will host Hillel Karaoke. They’re rumored to have sushi and possibly even Sake.

7:30-10pm: Listen to or play covers, original music or just a jam session hosted by “The Geezer with the Guitar” at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

8pm: Monkey Wrench Collective theater (204 N. Harbor Blvd.) presents West Side Terri for $10-$12.

8pm: Stadium Tavern has trivia nights with free popcorn.

8-10pm: 365 Days will be performed at Cal State Fullerton’s Clayes Performing Arts Center for $10.

8-11pm: Chomp Fullerton has all you can eat Sushi for $20.

8pm-12am: Hear Super Chump at Roscoe’s Famous Deli.

8p-12am: Join Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe for a free for Peter Buck and Buck’s Vibe.

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-12am: Hear Brett Cain play live at 2J’s Lounge.

9pm-1am: Thirsty Thursday at Back Alley means $2.50 pints of Budweiser, Coors Lite, Bass and Guinness with a DJ usually up front and 80s in the back.

9pm-1am: Slidebar presents Slacktone and Aloha Radio for a free show.

9pm-1am: Sing karaoke in Fullerton – use our Guide to find out where!

10pm-1am: Nerdy Thursday at Mulberry St. Ristorante is a free weekly variety show featuring live music, poetry, comedy, mini presentations, quizzes, film screenings and more, hosted by Jesse La Tour.

10pm-1am: Hear KettleBlack at Stubrik’s.

10pm-1am: Ziings’ club atmosphere has a DJ and $3 Kirin Ichiban Drafts and $3 Kamikaze Shots.

10pm-2am: Ladies Night at Bourbon Street means DJ Ruffnek, Live Video, 80′s Movies, Commercials, and Remixes! And of course drink specials.

10pm-close: Heroes has Late Night Happy Hour for $1 off all beers and 12″ pizzas for $8 (cheese or pepperoni only).

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

11pm-2am: If you’re lucky the Bacon Mania food truck will be in downtown Fullerton serving late night food! Follow us on twitter for last minute updates on things to do!

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24 Mar 2011

Things to do in Fullerton for Thursday

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Wednesday 3/23

8am: The Local Affairs Committee meets at the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce offices, featuring OCTA with an update on the 57 freeway widening project.

8am-2pm: Fullerton Certified Farmers Market at Independence Park (801 W. Valencia Dr.)

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.

10-11:30am: The Student Loan Workshop at Fullerton College (Room 226) will teach you about repayment options in terms of educational financing, the differences between a Stafford loan and a PLUS loan. We will also discuss the changes to the student loan program on the horizon, and how they affect you as a student loan borrower.)

10am-12pm: The Stroller Brigade at the Fullerton Museum Center is free for all preschoolers, toddlers and their grown-ups! Come to FMC to enjoy docent-led games, stories, puzzles and crafts in the gallery.

10am-3pm: The Cal State Fullerton Health & Human Development Inter-Club Council presents: Carnival of Connections on the ESC Lawn (above the Fallen David statue) with FREE food, fun, & prizes.

10:15am & 11am: Toddler Storytime at the Fullerton Main Library (Osborne Auditorium) treats children under 3 years old, accompanied by an adult, to a first group experience with stories, songs and fingerplays.

11am: Children ages 2 to 5 are invited to discover new books at each Toddler Storytime! Get your little one to the Barnes & Noble (1923 W. Malvern Ave.).

11am-9pm: Get 5 for $10 wine tasting at Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante. From 11am-3pm check out their lunch buffet and the Special at Woppo’s takeout window!

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

11am-10pm: Wing Wednesday at NYPD Pizza in downtown Fullerton will add wings to any order for just $0.50 a wing, in counts of 10 and 20.

11:30am-2pm: Grow Your Business with C-Level & Salesforce.com free lunch & learn seminar at Fullerton Marriot (2701 E. Nutwood Ave.) Register at the event website.

12-1pm: The Transfer Planning for Business Majors at Fullerton College (Room 1018). This workshop is a transfer planning workshop for students intent on transferring with a business major to a four-year university that will cover what being a business major means and what careers are linked to a business degree and the transfer admission requirements to be admitted as a business major to a university.

1-2:30pm: FAFSA Guided Assistance Labs at Fullerton College (Room 661) will help you fill out forms for financial aid (bring tax information).

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 will match New Mexico State at Cal State Fullerton Sports Complex.

2pm-close: Wednesday drink specials at Matador Cantina means you can enjoy margaritas, mojitos and sangrias at $5 each.

3pm & 4pm: Find Happy Hour specials in Fullerton with our HH page.

3-5pm: Fullerton College Softball vs Santa Ana College game at Fullerton College.

3-11pm: Wing Wednesday at Cantina Lounge will get you $0.50 Wings (in quantities of 6, 12, and 18), $3 Margaritas, $2 Budweiser Drafts, $2.50 Heineken and Heineken Light, $3.50 beers and $4.50 well drinks. Live DJs start at 6pm.

4-7pm: Wacky Wing Wednesday at The Pint House means chicken wings are only $0.50 cents each and you can get $3 pints of select drafts too.

4-8pm: Kids eat free at Slidebar! (1 free kids meal with purchase of adult entrée.)
It’s also Service Industry Night so if you work in the Service industry you’ll get Happy Hour pricing on alcohol and half off food with a service industry pay stub.

4:30pm: Prime Rib Wednesday at the Summit House Restaurant wil get their Cottage Cut for only $19.95.

5pm: Join 8Eightyeight Cigar Lounge in downtown for their La Gloria Cigar Tasting. (Don’t have a membership? Get a free day pass!)

5pm: Wine Wednesday at Roman Cucina in downtown Fullerton will get you 1/2 off bottles of wine, or bring your own in with no corking fee.

5-9pm: The Rolling Sushi Van will be going to Homestead Luxury Apartment Homes for dinner. Chef Chris will take your ideas for special menu items – send in your suggestions to [email protected]

5-9pm: The Louks To Go gourmet Greek food truck will be in downtown Fullerton.

5-10pm: Wine Wednesday at Commonwealth Lounge means half off all wine by the glass and 25% off bottles of wine.

5-10pm: Wednesday food deal at ENVY Ultra Lounge gets you $1 Kobe beef sliders and $1 fries.

5-10pm: Wine Wednesday at Lizarran gets you wine by the bottle 50% off and no corkage fee if you bring your own in for dinner.

5pm-12am: Get Penny Pizza at Karma Kabob. Buy any regular priced beer, wine, cocktail or hookah and get pizza for a penny.

5pm: Redneck Wednesdays at Incahoots will teach you line dancing & 2-Steppin’. Free lessons start at 7:30 & 8:30pm. 18+ is a $10 cover, 21+ is a $5 cover (free before 6:30pm).

6pm: Cafe Hidalgo‘s Wine Wednesday will feature Sort This Out Cellar Boutique Winery. The cost is $15.00 for the flight along with assorted cheeses, crackers, and fresh fruit.

6pm: The Cal State Fullerton baseball team plays ASU in a single non-conference game at Goodwin Field, General Admission is Adults: $8, Seniors and Youths: $6.

6-9pm: Get tasty treats from the Crepes Bonaparte food truck who will be in downtown Fullerton for dinner (Harbor/Commonwealth).

6-11pm: Join Roscoe’s Famous Deli for Shuffleboard League.

6:30pm: The Longevity Cooking Class at the Happy Cooking Company will teach you to retain up to 95% of nutrients in your foods for $45. Register by calling Liz at (714) 388-0240.

7pm: Fullerton College French Film Festival will show FAUTEUIL D’ORCHESTRE / AVENUE MONTAIGNE for $6.50 at the Wilshire Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at the Campus Theater Box Office (714) 992-7150.

7pm: Seussical Jr. the musical is presented by Ladera Vista Productions at Ladera Vista Junior High Gym for $5 Students, $8 Adults, $10 VIP. For more information call (714) 447-7765.

7pm: The Planning Commission Meeting makes recommendations to the Council for the regulation of future growth, development and beautification of the city at Fullerton City Hall, Council Chambers (303 W. Commonwealth Ave.)

7-8:30pm: Look Who’s Cooking! YOU! at Belly Sprout is $15. “If you are motivated by losing weight, eating healthier and cooking wholesome food for you and your family, this is the workshop for you.”

7:30pm: Test your knowledge in competition for a chance at prizes at Trivia Night at Roscoe’s Famous Deli.

8-10pm: Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir hosts open mic for music. Listen to or play original music and covers.

8pm-12am: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe hosts an all ages, free evening featuring Holly Zell Jurgensen with the Ron Kobayashi Trio.

9pm: Karling’s Rockabilly Review at Big’s Bar & Grill this week will feature The Cadillac Angels.

9pm: ’80s Night at Bourbon Street means 80s DJ Ruffneck all night long and refills on your 32oz mug with domestic draft beer for only $5. AND if you dress in your favorite 80s style you’ll get a FREE mug (empty).

9pm-1am: Reggae Wednesday at Cantina Lounge brings you $2.50 beers, $3 margaritas, beer pong, hookah and Soul Papa performing live, all for free (21+).

9pm-1am: Slidebar will present Dead to Me, The Flatliners, Joyce Manor & The Bombpops for a free (21+) show.

9pm-1am: Find out where to sing karaoke in Fullerton with our Guides page.

10pm: Hear DJ Impact at Matador Cantina free (no cover) with Margaritas, Mojitos and Sangria only $5.

10pm-1am: Ziings’ has Wednesday specials of $3 Stella Artois Drafts and $3 Washington Apple Shots with a DJ spinning all night.

11pm: Find late night Happy Hour at Stubrik’s and if you’re looking for late night food near downtown check our Guide!

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23 Mar 2011

Fullerton events, things to do for Wednesday!

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

Sunday 3/20

Sunday means the end of the weekend but it doesn’t have to mean the end of your fun!

Announcements: The Wednesday Art Studio from March 23 – April 20 at the Fullerton Museum Center, for students in grades 1-6 to create original artwork in a variety of media in this loosely structured, highly individualized art studio. Pre-paid registration is required so call now! (714) 738-6545.

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.

9am-4pm: The Fullerton Arboretum hosts its annual “Monster Tomato and Pepper Sale” at The Potting Shed, located on the grounds of the Arboretum. This is the largest annual plant sale in the region focusing exclusively on tomato and pepper plants.

9am-7:30pm: The Judi Garman Classic Softball Tournament at Cal State Fullerton’s Andersen Family Field is 19 schools competing in 45 softball games over a 5-day period. Visit the event site for details on game times. Adults: $16, Seniors and Youths: $12.

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 1-4pm.

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: Join Gilding the Lily in downtown Fullerton for the Enchantress of The Sea reliquary class, to create your own under water world in a small glass and wood display case, with instructor Iva Wilcox. Class Fee: $75.00, $10 kit fee.

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.

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

12-4pm: The Louks To Go food truck will be at Goodwin Field at Cal State Fullerton for the baseball game.

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.

12pm: The Twisted Vine weekly flights continue through Wednesday. This week taste Santa Barbara Reds ($20 for 3oz pour of 3 wines), Big Guns ($35 for 3oz. pour of 3 wines), and/or Happy St. Patrick’s Day beer flight ($12 for 5oz. pour of 3 beers).

1pm: The Cal State Fullerton baseball team plays Washington in a single non-conference game at Goodwin Field. General Admission is Adults: $8, Seniors and Youths: $6.

1-4pm: Succulent Suppers “Flavors of Ecuador” by Belly Sprout is $65. You must Pre-Register at Belly Sprout to learn, prepare and cook a delightful meal that is sure to satisfy all of your taste buds. “Yofunu will get a full experience as we story-tell the culture of Ecuador while listening to traditional Andean music.” Call Belly Sprout (714) 879-1303.

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

1-4:30pm: Join Cafe Hidalgo for the Pushing Pink Pedals fundraiser for $40 per person. Pushing Pink Pedals is a non-profit organization committed to working with at risk women and teens to help build self awareness and empowerment through makeup. Enjoy Hors d’oeuvres and multiple wineries presenting, pouring and educating from 6 different stations. A silent auction will also be held.

1-5pm: 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 4-7 p.m. with $4 well drinks, domestic draft beer and house wine, plus a Sunday-only $4 Hurricane special! Breakfast is served until 2 p.m., and the entire menu (lunch and dinner) is available at noon.

1-5pm: If you stay at House of Eden 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.

2pm: 365 Days is $10 at Cal State Fullerton Hallberg Theatre, a gut-wrenching chamber theatre piece, which follows the harrowing, actual experiences of Ronald J. Glasser, during his time as a medic overseas, in the Vietnam conflict.

2pm: Tartuffe – A classic comedy, recent Broadway hit and long overdue production featuring CSUF’s graduate students! – plays at Cal State Fullerton’s Young Theatre. Single Tickets $10 ($9 with advance Titan discount).

2pm: West Side Terri at the Monkey Wrench Collective theater is one-woman musical workshop production starring Terri Mowrey. Tickets are $12 general admission and $10 students.

2pm: STAGES Theatre presents Twelfth Night – A Bold New Staging of Shakespeare’s rollicking comedy – for  $20, $17 for students and seniors.

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.

4pm: The Maverick Theater presents The Wedding Singer, Directed by Curtis Jerome. The show ticket is $20 and suitable for ages 13+.

4-5:30pm: An American Choral Legacy with John Alexander Singers and Dale Warland, conducting, will be at Cal State Fullerton’s Clayes Performing Arts Center, Meng Concert Hall for $25 or $10 Students.

4-7pm: Find out who has Happy Hour deals in Fullerton on Sunday with our HH page!

5pm: Julius Caesar is presented by STAGES Theatre for $10/$12.

5-9pm: Hear The Voodudes play live at Roscoe’s Famous Deli.

5-10pm: SSIN 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.)

5pm-1am: Southern Fried Sundays at Slidebar is Country Music all night, plus special guest performers with house band Double Wide.

6-9pm: The 5th Annual Food-Loving Guys Event raises funds for FIES (Fullerton Interfaith Emergency Services) and will take place at Coyote Hills Golf Course (1440 E. Bastanchury Rd.) Local amateur chefs compete in an event to include samplings of the chefs’ creations, entertainment and a silent auction.For more information call (714) 680-3691.

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

8-11pm: Xtreme Bowling at AMF Carter Lanes. 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: Hear the Wentworth Trio play live at Back Alley.

9pm-1am: Find out where you can sing karaoke in Fullerton with our Guide.

9:30pm-1am: Hear the B-Side Players, a 10-piece San Diego Cumbia, Salsa, Roots Reggae band for $5 (21+) at Commonwealth Lounge.

10:30pm: The Continental Room will host their Sundays in March resident punk band Chicken or Fish this week with special guest Roosterhead.

11pm-1am: Find late night Happy Hour in downtown Fullerton tonight, and if you’re looking for late night food check our Guides page for help!

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20 Mar 2011

Fullerton Events for the weekend! Sunday, March 20

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Let’s get straight to it! 58+ things to check out in town for Saturday!

Saturday 3/19

7am-2pm: Help raise money for Fullerton High School ASB and head to the Mr. Fullerton Car Wash at the High School Quad.

7-11am: Yard Sale Benefiting 4th Annual Veterans’ Appreciation Night will be on the Cal State Fullerton Campus, Parking Lot 1 (Enter Folino Dr.), Cash only.

9-10:30am: Morning Yoga in the Garden at the Fullerton Arboretum is $52 for members and $60 for non-members for 4 classes. 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-4pm: The Fullerton Arboretum hosts its annual “Monster Tomato and Pepper Sale” at The Potting Shed, located on the grounds of the Arboretum. This is the largest annual plant sale in the region focusing exclusively on tomato and pepper plants.

9am-7:30pm: The Judi Garman Classic Softball Tournament at Cal State Fullerton’s Andersen Family Field is 19 schools competing in 45 softball games over a 5-day period. Visit the event site for details on game times. Adults: $16, Seniors and Youths: $12.

9:30am-12pm: Ericka Danczak of the Orange County Office on Aging will speak about services provided for older adults at the Ruby Gerontology Center at Cal State Fullerton. For more information call the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at (657) 278-2446.

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: Saturday Nature Guide Tours at the Fullerton Arboretum are free (donations encouraged). Call to verify tour in inclement weather, or for more information, Mark Costello (657) 278-8347.

10am-12pm: Rock Wall Climbing Workshop at Cal State Fullerton’s Student Recreation Center Rock Wall. For more information call (657) 278-7529.

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

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

11am-3pm: Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante takeout door, Woppo’s, has a $3 lunch special with a slice of pizza and a 2 salad combo.

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-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: The Scratch Bowling Tournament at Cal State Fullerton’s Titan Bowl & Billiards is a $40 entry fee for 5 games.

1-4:30pm: The Orange County Ragtime Society will meet at Rutabegorz Restaurant (211 N. Pomona Ave.) featuring performances of ragtime and ragtime-related music.

2pm: 365 Days is $10 at Cal State Fullerton Hallberg Theatre, a gut-wrenching chamber theatre piece, which follows the harrowing, actual experiences of Ronald J. Glasser, during his time as a medic overseas, in the Vietnam conflict.

2pm: Tartuffe – A classic comedy, recent Broadway hit and long overdue production featuring CSUF’s graduate students! – plays at Cal State Fullerton’s Young Theatre. Single Tickets $10 ($9 with advance Titan discount).

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 & 4pm: Find out who has Happy Hour specials on the weekend with our HH page!

4-7pm: Hear The Geezer with a Guitar at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

5pm: Julius Caesar is presented by STAGES Theatre for $10/$12

5-9pm: The Rolling Sushi Van will be at Bootlegger’s Brewery serving dinner with your beer tasting!

5-9pm: The Louks To Go food truck will be at Goodwin Field for the Cal State Fullerton Baseball game.

6pm: The Cal State Fullerton baseball team plays Washington in a single non-conference game at Goodwin Field. General Admission is Adults: $8, Seniors and Youths: $6.

6pm: The Awards Ceremony for the Fullerton High School Theater Festival will be held at the Encampment Quad. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place trophies will be given to Acting & Design category winners and evaluation forms distributed to high school instructors.

6pm: The Opening Art Reception for SYSTEMS at the Cal State Fullerton Exit Gallery is free. Exhibit will be open 12-6pm till Thursday.

6-10pm: Date Night at Belly Sprout is $40. “Put on that little black dress, grab your hubby and drop your sweet babes with us! Amy and Christy will entertain and engage your little ones so you can enjoy a night (or in) while your children are cared for in a nurturing and safe environment. We will offer healthy snacks, crafts, songs, stories and a movie.”

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: West Side Terri at the Monkey Wrench Collective theater is one-woman musical workshop production starring Terri Mowrey. Tickets are $12 general admission and $10 students.

7-10pm: UFC 128 Shogun vs. Jones will be on at these Fullerton locations: Cantina LoungeBig’s Bar & Grill, Brian’s, Cherch Lounge, Stadium Tavern, and 8Eightyeight Cigar Lounge.  (Contact each location for cover charge information.)

7-11:30pm: For $8 get in to the All Ages Punk Rock Show at Riff Haus Studios featuring The Radioactive Chicken Heads, Rosemary’s Billygoat, Duckmandu, Drop Dead Beats and Delusions of Destruction.

7:30-10pm: Tuckbox will perform at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

8pm: As part of the Fullerton High School Theater Festival there will be a special production of Man of La Mancha. (For mature audiences.) Tickets can be requested through Festival online registration and are subject to availability.

8pm: The University Singers & Concert Choir at Cal State Fullerton will perform in Meng Concert Hall for $15.

8pm: Tartuffe – A classic comedy, recent Broadway hit and long overdue production featuring CSUF’s graduate students! – plays at Cal State Fullerton’s Young Theatre. Single Tickets $10 ($9 with advance Titan discount).

8pm: Lucky John’s invites you to the St. Patrick’s Day Party AFTER the Party. They love St. Patrick’s Day so much they are throwing a second party for everyone who has to work Friday morning! Get Drink Specials, Good Food AND a Free T-Shirt giveaway.

8pm: The Maverick Theater presents The Wedding Singer, Directed by Curtis Jerome. The show ticket is $25 and suitable for ages 13+.

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

8pm: Tropics Lounge hosts The Groovy Beat, a Reggae, Ska night with special guests  Slime Kings and Otro Desperidicio for $7.

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

8-10pm: 365 Days is $10 at Cal State Fullerton Hallberg Theatre, a gut-wrenching chamber theatre piece, which follows the harrowing, actual experiences of Ronald J. Glasser, during his time as a medic overseas, in the Vietnam conflict.

8pm-1am: 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 and The Groove Line.

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: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe hosts The Frank Cano Latin Jazz Band for an all ages, $8 show.

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: Tropics Lounge hosts the Slime Kings, The Groovy Beat, plus DJs for a 21+, $10 show.

9pm-12am: Neon Nights 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-12am: Brett Cain on guitar and vocals at The Pint House.

9pm-12am: Hear the Swingin’ Utters, Longway, Dead Relatives and more perform live at Slidebar for free.

9:30pm-1am: Use our Guide to karaoke in Fullerton to find out where you can be your own star of the bar!

9:30pm-1:15am: Roscoe’s Famous Deli will have Woody and The Harrelsons perform live.

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

10pm-1am: iBand will perform live at Stubrik’s.

10pm-2am: DJ Ruffnek will be spinning at Bourbon Street.

10:30-11:30pm: The Kogi BBQ food truck will be stopping by 2J’s Lounge for late night food.

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 you late night food.

11pm-2am: Looking for more late night food around downtown Fullerton? Check out our Guides page for some ideas!

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19 Mar 2011

Fullerton events for the weekend! Saturday, March 19

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized