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Sunday 3/6

Sunday Funday in Fullerton isn’t just about food and drinking but is also about great events and things to do!

9am, 10am & 11am: Rainbow Garden Group Tours with Julie Johnston at the Fullerton Arboretum meets at the Nature Center. Minimum of 10 children, maximum of 30 children / 1 adult required for every 10 children, $60 flat fee for 10-20 children / $90 flat fee for 21-30 children. Be led through the delightful spring garden and get to plant your own seed!

9am: Ten schools play 26 softball games over a 3-day period for the DeMarini Softball Invitational at Cal State Fullerton’s Anderson Family Field. Adults are $12 for a day pass, Seniors & youth $10 for a day pass. Games: 9 a.m.: Iowa vs. Murray State; Southern Miss vs. UCSB, 11:15 a.m.: IPFW vs. Northwestern; Southern Miss vs. Cal State Northridge, 1:30 p.m. CSF vs. Oregon State; Stanford vs. Cal State Northridge.

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.

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, omelets, breakfast burritos and more.

10am-3pm: The 2011 Tomato, Pepper, & Vegetable Plant Sale at Fullerton College ends today! Get Tomatoes, Peppers, and Veggies- From tiny to jumbo, in a rainbow of colors, they’ll have over a hundred varieties to choose from, so go early for the best selection. No Entrance Fee and as always and free parking. For more information call (714) 992-7135. (Berkeley Ave, east of Lemon.)

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.

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!

12-2:30pm: Hear Mike Levan and The Doctors free at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe.

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.

1-3pm: The Giving Trees: An Arbor Day Event at the Fullerton Arboretum will be an afternoon of fun, interactive activities discovering the rich gifts of trees! Games and exercises throughout our collections will focus on the beauty, intricate inner workings, and environmental significance of trees for $5 per family, ages 6 and up – individuals also welcome. For more information call (657) 278-3407.

1-5pm: Pursuit Cyclery Presents: The Spring GoldSprint Series at I Got Cha Pizza in downtown Fullerton. They’ll be running some FREE races during registration, with some lovely prizes: food, drinks, bike stuff, life stuff. You don’t have to be 21 for the food, but if you want the drinks, bring your ID! Registration starts at 1pm The tournament will begin at 2:30pm. Cost is $6 and includes a slice of pizza. There will be prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places for each tournament.

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.

1-5pm: 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: STAGES Theatre presents Twelfth Night - A Bold New Staging of Shakespeare’s rollicking comedy – for  $20, $17 for students and seniors.

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.

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.

3-5pm: Cooperative Childbirth Education (CCE) with Alyce Dagorn at Belly Sprout is $315 for an 8 week class (through April 23).The CCE method focuses on the mother’s innate ability to give birth while providing evidence based information and caring support. To Register, contact Alyce Dagorn, CCE (516) 410-2379.

4pm: The University Symphony Orchestra featuring the Music Associate’s Concerto-Aria Competition Winners will perform at Meng Concert Hall at Cal State Fullerton for $15.

4pm: The Get on the Bus benefit dinner & concert will be held at St. Juliana Catholic Church (1316 N. Acacia Ave.) to benefit children in need of funds to visit incarcerated parents. The $40 requested donation gets you a dinner prepared by Chef Jon Sanders and a Jazz Concert by Ron Kobayashi & Friends plus social hour and a silent auction. Make reservations by calling Barbara Johnson at (714) 529-5166.

4pm: Almost, Maine at Hunger Artists Theater is suitable for ages 21+ and is $15 general admission and $12 for seniors/students with ID.

4pm: 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 $20 and suitable for ages 13+.

4-7pm: Happy Hour at Tuscany Club gets $2 domestic beer, $3 premium wine, Callaway wine and well drinks, $5 martinis & $5 appetizers (not including steak, crab, shrimp & rib platters).

4-7pm: Happy Hour at Commonwealth Lounge will get you Well Cocktails $4, Crafts on Draft $4, and select Martinis & Boutique Wines $5 AND tasty dishes (like ribs and Fuji Rolls) for $6 and under.

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

5-8pm: The Summit House Restaurant has Happy Hour Sundays so you can enjoy Happy Hour all night in their tavern and tavern patio.

5-9pm: Enjoy Southern Fried Sundays with Double Wide and Outlaw Justice free at Slidebar (21+). While there get half off wells, drafts and selected appetizers.

5-9:30pm: The Short Stop BBQ food truck will be hosted by Rock Harbor Fullerton for their Family Night services at the facilities of Hope International University.

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.)

7pm: Waiting for Godot at Hunger Artists Theater is $18 general admission and $15 for seniors/students with ID. In Samuel Beckett’s absurdist masterpiece, Vladimir and Estragon are waiting by a tree for Godot to keep his appointment with them, but he keeps putting them off.

7-11:30pm: Hear Grammy-award winning Poncho Sanchez and his Latin jazz band for $15 at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe.

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!

9pm: Sing and be your own Idol – find out where to sing karaoke with our Guide.

9:30pm: Quantic & Jeremy Sole will perform at Commonwealth Lounge & Grill for $5 (21+).

10:30pm: The Continental Room will host their Sundays in March resident punk band Chicken or Fish.

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6 Mar 2011

Sunday Funday in Fullerton, March 6

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Saturday 2/5

A lot to check out today, take your time looking through the list!

All Day: Today marks the end of OC Restaurant Week! Don’t miss the great deals in Fullerton at participating restaurants – our special Restaurant Week page (link above) will help you decide!

6:30am-12pm: The Museum of Teaching and Learning will host a White Elephant Sale at Morningside Presbyterian Church (1201 E. Dorothy Ln. at the corner of Raymond Ave.)

7-10am: The Boy Scouts of Troop 97 will be serving their 49th Pancake Breakfast at Morningside Presbyterian Church (1201 E. Dorothy Lane at Raymond) for a $5 suggested donation.

8am-1pm: Mr. Fullerton Car Wash at Fullerton High School is $5 – $10, donations will also be accepted.

9am, 10am & 11am: Rainbow Garden Group Tours with Julie Johnston at the Fullerton Arboretum meets at the Nature Center. Minimum of 10 children, maximum of 30 children / 1 adult required for every 10 children, $60 flat fee for 10-20 children / $90 flat fee for 21-30 children. Be led through the delightful spring garden and get to plant your own seed!

9am: The Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Fullerton is sponsored by Fullerton Heritage. Tours are $5 per person for the general public and free to Fullerton Heritage members. The tour starts at the Fullerton Museum Center.

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: The DeMarini Softball Invitational will be held at Cal State Fullerton’s Anderson Family Field. The cost is $12 for a day pass for adults, Seniors & youth $10. Today the games include: 9 a.m.: California vs. Iowa; UCSB vs. IPFW, 11:15 a.m.: California vs. Murray St.; UCSB vs. Stanford, 1:30 a.m.: Oregon State vs. Southern Miss; Iowa vs. IPFW, 3:45 p.m.: Murray State vs. Stanford; Cal State Northridge vs. Northwestern, and 6:00 p.m.: CSF vs. Southern Miss; Oregon State vs. Northwestern.

9am: Cal State Fullerton will host the Ben Brown Track and Field Meet – an open track and field meet that annually attracts hundreds of competitors from all levels. Field events start at 9am and running events at 10am. $5 general admission and parking is free.

9am-12pm: The Fullerton Arboretum presents Botanical Art – Culinary Curiosities: Before There Was Bananas Foster for $30/members and $35/nonmembers. Let loose your creativity and explore the plant world through art! Join artist and botany instructor Tania Marien on an artistic exploration of the beautiful inner workings of banana plants in the second of three classes on select plants we most often enjoy as food.

9am-12pm: Eat the Yard! Organic Edible Gardening Series Part I: Intro to Edible Gardening at the Fullerton Arboretum is $20/members and $25/nonmembers. Full series discount price: 3 classes for $50/members and $60/nonmembers. The class covers low-labor lawn removal, soil amendment, planning for efficient use of space and resources, starting plants from seeds, companion planting and polyculture, and water conservative irrigation practices.

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.

10-11am: Simply Cloth: The Easy Solution to Cloth Diapering! at Belly Sprout is $15. “If you are thinking about cloth diapering your baby and just don’t know where or how to start join us for some quick and easy solutions.” RSVP REQUIRED: (714) 879-1303 or email: [email protected]

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, omelets, breakfast burritos and more.

10am-3pm: The Arboretum Farm Stand will be open with a significant increase in the size and selection of vegetable gardens and a large selection of home grown produce to members and other visitors at the Fullerton Arboretum.

10am-4pm: The 2011 Tomato, Pepper, & Vegetable Plant Sale at Fullerton College. Get Tomatoes, Peppers, and Veggies- From tiny to jumbo, in a rainbow of colors, they’ll have over a hundred varieties to choose from, so go early for the best selection. No Entrance Fee and as always and free parking. For more information call (714) 992-7135. (Berkeley Ave, east of Lemon.)

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.

10am-5pm: Welcome Spring with the Sidewalk Sale at The Brick Basement (113 N. Harbor Blvd.) with unbeatable prices and yummy treats and refreshing beverages. For more information call (714) 525-3692.

10am-6pm: Join the Composer-Performer Symposium, Paper sessions, panels, lecture-demos at Cal State Fullerton Clayes Performing Arts Center for free lectures and demos. Part of the New Music Festival at Cal State University Fullerton. For more information call (657) 278-3371.

10am-9pm: Eat at Super Mex (250 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) for the Fullerton College KinderCaminata “Dining for Dollars” Fundraiser. 20% of your bill will be donated towards KinderCaminata (good on dine-in or take-out orders) but make sure you bring this flyer with you.

11am: Cal State Fullerton women’s tennis vs. Portland in a non-conference match is free at the Cal State Fullerton Sports Complex.

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-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 Annual Chowder Cook-Off at Branagan’s Irish Pub in downtown Fullerton will have the following categories: Chowder made with Guinness, Shell Fish, Seafood, Sausage, or Vegetarian. There will be prizes for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd winners in both People’s Choice and Judges Choice. There will also be $4 pints of Guinness, $6 Car Bombs and a free Banger in a Bun for competitors and the first 100 tasters!

12-2:30pm: Mike Levan and The Doctors will play at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe.

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.

2-8pm: The OC Weekly Pub Crawl in downtown Fullerton is today. Event sponsors include SKYY Spirits & Kona Brewing Company. Participating locations include ChErch Lounge, Tuscany Club, The Palapa Grill, Commonwealth Lounge, Ziings’, The Pint House and The Continental Room. Food trucks at your service include Louks To Go gourmet Greek. Check our special page for more details!!

2:30-4pm: The Working Mothers Play Clinic at Belly Sprout is $25. This play clinic is for working mothers and their children. You and your child will enjoy refreshments, engage in art activities, stories and song.

3pm: Cal State Fullerton Women’s Basketball vs. UC Davis is $7 for adults and $5 for youth and seniors. Order tickets online here.

3-6pm: Burger Records (645 S. State College Blvd. #A) presents a free show with Feeding People (cassette release show!), The Vex, Ale Mania and BYODeath. For more information call (714) 336-0561.

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

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

5pm: Almost, Maine at Hunger Artists Theater is suitable for ages 21+ and is $15 general admission and $12 for seniors/students with ID.

6pm: Cal State Fullerton Baseball vs. USC at Goodwin Field. Ticket prices: Box Seats- Adults: $15 and Seniors and Youths: $15. Reserved- Adults: $10 and Seniors and Youths: $10. General Admission- Adults: $8 and Seniors and Youths: $6.

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.

6:30-9pm: The Kogi BBQ food truck will be at Bootlegger’s Brewery.

7pm: The Dogs Bollix will perform at Branagan’s Irish Pub.

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.

7:30pm: La Habra High School Theater Guild will present The Sound of Music at Plummer Auditorium for $12 at the door.

7:30-10pm: Enjoy the Greg Paxton Trio at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.

8-11pm: Old Man Markley will play a 21+ FREE show at Slidebar with special guests Jackass, Joey Briggs, and The Carmines.

8pm: CSUF New Music Ensemble with faculty & guest artists will be at Meng Concert Hall at Cal State Fullerton for $15.

8pm: For $8 hear The Louie Cruz Beltran Latin Jazz Ensemble at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe.

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

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: Waiting for Godot at Hunger Artists Theater is $18 general admission and $15 for seniors/students with ID. In Samuel Beckett’s absurdist masterpiece, Vladimir and Estragon are waiting by a tree for Godot to keep his appointment with them, but he keeps putting them off.

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-12am: The Rockstar Back Bar is open at The Continental Room with Dangerhouse, DJ Whitey White, and DJ Thrifty Lips and drink specials every week AND The Groove Line will go on at 10pm.

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.

9-11pm: TRIIO with CSG, and DJ ADJUST of Mix Armada will be at Cantina Lounge for Club Plush, with 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 at Cal State Fullerton Titan Bowl & Billiards brings you bowling with a club atmosphere. Call (657) 278-2144 for more information.

9pm: Porcupine Soldiers will play at Big’s Bar & Grill.

9pm: Karaoke is strong on Saturday in Fullerton! Use our Guide to find out where to go sing your heart out!

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

10pm: Looking for late night food in Fullerton? Check our Guides page for where you can get a late night bite to eat!

10:30pm-12am: The Kogi BBQ food truck will be at 2J’s Lounge to feed Fullerton late night food truck fare.

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

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5 Mar 2011

Fullerton Events, Things to do Saturday, Mar. 5!

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Sunday 2/26

Today marks the start of Orange County Restaurant Week! Check out the special page (link up top) to find out where you can enjoy specials from venues in Fullerton (or click through to the site to see other OC locations). All this week (Feb 27th – March 5th) you can enjoy these specials! Now let’s get to the events!

8am-2am: It’s NFL Sunday Ticket at 2J’s Lounge but since NFL is over you can probably expect some other sports – plus enjoy free BBQ!

9am: The Fullerton Harley Owners Group will have a Welcome (Orientation) Ride. Safety Officer Jerry will instruct and lead this ride. Come as a refresher or to learn to ride as a group. Contact FullHOG for more information.

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

9am-2pm: Big’s Bar & Grill has 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.

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! Happy Hour is from 5pm-9pm.

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.

11am-4pm: Join the Joshua Christopher Salon (363 Imperial Hwy.) fundraiser for kids offering: Haircut—$25, Blow-dry and styling—$20, Eyebrow shaping—$10, Deep conditioning—$10 – All proceeds will benefit the Fullerton Technology Foundation, which funds technology learning in all of Fullerton School District’s schools.

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: 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.

12-6pm: New OC gourmet food truck, Swinging Kitchen will be serving up sliders and more at Bootlegger’s Brewery.

1-3pm: Worms…Worms…Worms at the Fullerton Arboretum is $5/family and recommended for ages 6 and up. Learn how worms can turn your garbage into soil for the garden and more. For more information call (657) 278-3407.

1-4pm: The Golden Eagles Dixieland Band plays at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe.

1-5pm: Pursuit Presents: The Spring GoldSprint Series at I Got Cha Pizza in downtown Fullerton. They will be running some FREE races during registration, with some lovely prizes: food, drinks, bike stuff, life stuff. ;o) You don’t have to be 21 for the food, but if you want the drinks, bring your ID. The tournament begins at 2:30pm and to participate you must be registered by the end of round 1. Cost is $6 and includes a slice of pizza.

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.

1-5pm: 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: STAGES Theatre presents Twelfth Night – A Bold New Staging of Shakespeare’s rollicking comedy – for  $20, $17 for students and seniors.

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.

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: BaroQue Across The River at Sunny Hills High School: Performing Arts Center (1801 Warburton Way) is presented free by the Fullerton Friends of Music, featuring New York’s finest early-music performers, this period-instrument group prefers to perform in intimate settings. Their program in Fullerton will be The French Cantata: Love, Longing and Triumph! Seating for the concert will start at approximately 3pm.

4pm: The Warne Foundation will host the 3rd Annual Young Artists in Recital at the Recital Hall at Cal State University Fullerton. The Foundation was established as a stringed instrument scholarship and the event is free.

4pm: Almost, Maine at Hunger Artists Theater is suitable for ages 21+ and is $15 general admission and $12 for seniors/students with ID.

4pm: 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+.

4-7pm: Happy Hour at Tuscany Club gets $2 domestic beer, $3 premium wine, Callaway wine and well drinks, $5 martinis & $5 appetizers (not including steak, crab, shrimp & rib platters).

5-8pm: The Summit House Restaurant has Happy Hour Sundays so you can enjoy Happy Hour all night in their tavern and tavern patio.

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

5-10pm: SSIN at The 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.)

7pm: Waiting for Godot at Hunger Artists Theater is $18 general admission and $15 for seniors/students with ID. In Samuel Beckett’s absurdist masterpiece, Vladimir and Estragon are waiting by a tree for Godot to keep his appointment with them, but he keeps putting them off.

8pm: Don’t miss Southern Fried Sundays at Slidebar to hear Double Wide free (21+).

8-10pm: $3 well drinks & $3 domestic beers is what you’ll get during Power Hour at 2J’s Lounge.

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: Find out where to sing karaoke in Fullerton with our Guide.

10pm: DRV will play at Back Alley Bar in downtown Fullerton.

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26 Feb 2011

Fullerton Events, Specials, Things to do for Sunday

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Monday 2/21

It’s President’s Day so instead of being at work, school or home doing chores, pick one (or two) of these great things to do in Fullerton today!

Announcement: The Insider’s Briefing with California Assemblyman Chris Norby, “California Legislative Update, A Fresh Perspective” is Friday, Feb. 25, at 7:30am, at the Fullerton Marriott. Get your tickets now for $35 by calling (714) 871-3100.

To do today!:

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

10am: The Revolution (Short Film) directed by Michael Cruz is holding a casting call in Fullerton. The wardrobe is casual, night out at the bar, any color, any style. Payment is meals, copy, credit and IMDB credit. If you would like to work on this film please e-mail Vanessa at [email protected]

11am-3pm: Get lunch from the food trucks at Best Buy Fullerton (120 E. Imperial Hwy.) with Louks To Go gourmet Greek, Bacon MANia, Oh For Sweets Sake, Rolling Sushi Van and Chomp Chomp Nation.

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.

11am-close: During All Day Happy Hour at Cantina Lounge, enjoy $5 appetizers, $4.50 well drinks and $3.50 beers.

2pm: Cal State Fullerton Women’s Tennis takes on New Mexico State in a non-conference match at the CSUF Sports Complex. Free admission to all home matches.

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

4-6pm: Happy Hour at Mulberry St. Ristorante gets you 1/2 off select appetizers (like meatball sliders, fried calamari, fettucini alfredo & more), and $3 domestic beers, $4 imports.

4-7pm: Happy Hour at Tuscany Club gets $2 domestic beer, $3 premium wine, Callaway wine and well drinks, $5 martinis & $5 appetizers (not including steak, crab, shrimp & rib platters).

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.

4-7pm: Happy Hour at Commonwealth Lounge will get you Well Cocktails $4, Crafts on Draft $4, and select Martinis & Boutique Wines $5 AND tasty dishes (like ribs and Fuji Rolls) for $6 and under.

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

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

5-7pm: The Tropical Shave Ice truck often makes a stop in downtown Fullerton on Mondays. Follow us (or them) on twitter for updates!

6:30pm: Don’t miss Bar Olympics at Roscoe’s Famous Deli in downtown Fullerton. Form 2 person teams for 8 ball, 9 ball, Darts, Shuffleboard, and Golden Tee golf.

7pm: Hunger Artists Theater invites you to auditions for As You Like It, directed by Amber Scott.

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 respectively.

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: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe presents a free, all ages, night of music with Arlene and The Guys Big Band with vocalists Bill Lymperis and Jennifer Hart.

8pm: Slidebar will have a free show with Kevin Seconds, Joey Briggs and Ari Shine.

9pm: Find out where you can sing karaoke in Fullerton with our handy Guide. (one of them is Money Shot Monday with porn stars!)

9:30pm: Anything & Everything at Commonwealth Lounge tonight brings you the music of Preacher’s Sons, Paulie Pesh, and Handsome Lake, free.

Bar Olympics 6:30PM – 9:30PM
2 person teams. 8ball, 9ball, Darts, Shuffleboard, and Golden Tee golf.
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20 Feb 2011

Monday Feb. 21, Events, Things to do in Fullerton

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized

Sunday 2/20

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

9am-2pm: The Dresser in downtown Fullerton is having a sale on wedding dresses. For more information call (714) 870-7101.

9am-2pm: Big’s Bar & Grill has 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.

10am: Join local Tito Branca for yoga in the park (if it’s not raining) 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: Auditions will be held at Hunger Artists Theater for the upcoming production of As You Like It, by William Shakespeare. The show will occupy the same time slot as The Great American Trailer Park Musical, March 25 – April 23. The show will be directed by Artistic Director Amber Scott, visit the website for more information.

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.

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-3pm: Nismolism 2011: All Nissan/Infiniti Car show and Meet will be held at Cal State Fullerton. This is the first annual car show and meet for strictly Nissan and Infiniti. They welcome all models from Sentras and Versas to Skylines and GTRs, old school Datsuns to SUVs. There will be 3 seperate parking areas: 1 for show cars, 1 for spectators who bring Nissans, 1 for spectators who bring other cars. Show fee is $25 ($20 pre-registered) and general entrance is only $2. A portion of all proceeds will be going to St. Jude Children’s Research Center.

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! Happy Hour is from 5pm-9pm.

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: 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.

1-4pm: The Dixiedelics play at Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe, free.

1-5pm: If you stay till 1pm at House of Eden from earlier you’ll get to be a part of Photo Shoot Sundays where you can watch, direct & join the Eden girls during a photo shoot.

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.

2-4pm: The Heritage House Weekend Tours at the Fullerton Arboretum do not require reservations and the tours are free however voluntary donations of $2/person are encouraged to help support the Heritage House.

4pm: Hear Eduardo Delgado on piano Celebrating 200 years of Franz Liszt! with Baritone Sam McElroy at Meng Concert Hall at Cal State Fullerton for $15.

4pm: Almost, Maine at Hunger Artists Theater is suitable for ages 21+ and is $15 general admission and $12 for seniors/students with ID.

5-8pm: The Summit House Restaurant has Happy Hour Sundays so you can enjoy Happy Hour all night in their tavern and tavern patio.

5-9pm: Southern Fried Sundays at Slidebar has Happy Hour specials, half off wells, drafts and select appetizers and this week a free honky tonk tribute show from Double Wide.

5-10pm: SSIN at The 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.)

5-10pm: The Short Stop BBQ food truck will have Dinner at Rock Harbor Fullerton Family Night at Hope International University (2500 Nutwood Ave.).

7pm: The 18+ Redneck 80s Country Party at Incahoots will have 80s music from DJs all night and dance lessons at 7:30pm and 8:30pm.

7pm: Waiting for Godot at Hunger Artists Theater is $18 general admission and $15 for seniors/students with ID. In Samuel Beckett’s absurdist masterpiece, Vladimir and Estragon are waiting by a tree for Godot to keep his appointment with them, but he keeps putting them off.

7:30pm: Lucky John’s Fullerton (1310 Euclid St. at Orangethorpe) is throwing a Birthday Bash for Steph. They invite you to join the fun (they say they’ll have a few surprises you don’t want to miss!).

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: Find out where you can sing Karaoke on Sunday in Fullerton! Places in downtown and places with giveaways!

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19 Feb 2011

Fullerton Events, Things to do for Sunday Feb. 20

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized