Head on over to Donate Life Run/Walk Festival in Fullerton today and enjoy a thrill of a lifetime.
Treat yourself to a cardio blast and kick and punch your way to your health and wellness goals.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Stop by Swisspark Banquet and Catering Facility for a fresh twist on the simple sammie.
Enjoy a drink with your dinner — this restaurant has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more.
Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Swisspark Banquet and Catering Facility's beautiful outdoor seating area.
Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code.
If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have Swisspark Banquet and Catering Facility cater for you.
Guests can park for free in the adjoining lot.
You can take it easy on your wallet at Swisspark Banquet and Catering Facility — prices are generally less than $30 per person.
The sandwiches at Swisspark Banquet and Catering Facility are stacked with tasty ingredients, so swing by today and try one.
Bring your imagination to life with some arts and crafts supplies from Sugar Plum Festivals in Long Beach.
Pick up a breathtaking piece of handcrafted artwork at this store.
With nearby space available, you won't need to worry about parking when you come to Sugar Plum Festivals.
Quality art supplies are around every corner at Sugar Plum Festivals, so swing by when it's time to start your next project.
Fill up on fare from Downtown Long Beach in Long Beach and be sure to satisfy your stomach.
Street parking is readily available near Downtown Long Beach's West Broadway location.
Downtown Long Beach makes bikers feel at ease with the multiple storage racks outside.
If you don't want a night that will cost you an arm and a leg but you do want a delicious meal, come to Downtown Long Beach.
Although it takes place at the Orange County Fair and Event Center, the Anatolian Cultures & Food Festival actually exists at the nexus of thousands of years of Anatolian history. That's the way it feels, at least. Upon arrival, guests begin this trek through time at the Gates of Civilizations, whose waypoints honor 14 historic and present-day nations ranging from the mighty Hittite Empire to the modern Turkish Republic. Towering, ornate arches and a staff of highly knowledgeable costumed actors guide them through this journey, sharing the traditional dress and customs of bygone regional residents including the Ottomans, Romans, Phrygians, and Byzantines.
Once inside, guests can extend their explorations within stunning recreations of nine different Anatolian cities, grabbing lifelike views of everything from the Topkapi Palace—once occupied by Ottoman sultans—or the Armenian Cathedral of the Holy Cross, the ancient seat of the Armenian Orthodox patriarch. Along the way, they can stop for souvenirs at the bustling Grand Bazaar, where more than 100 vendor hawk traditional Near Eastern good. A traditional Turkish coffeehouse also occupies part of the festival grounds, tempting guests with cups of rich Turkish coffee that par well with the kebabs, stews, and baked goods prepared by the festival’s food vendors.
Nestled in the historic Rancho Santa Anita—a homestead originally inhabited by the Gabrieleno Tongva tribe—Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden houses wildlife and plants from all over the globe on 127 acres. Its creators opened the Arboretum in 1947 to promote environmental awareness in a sanctuary that reflects the distinct history, flora, and culture of southern California. The grounds reflect the founders' aim—hummingbirds flutter among the colorful blooms in the Grace Kallam Perennial Garden, and wildflowers, herbs, and veggies spring to life at the hands of community volunteers in the educational Garden for All Seasons. Tropical and temperate blossoms embellish the Meyberg waterfall's sun-drenched stone face and blue-gum trees stand guard in front of the Queen Anne cottage, one of several historic sites that was constructed in 1885 to encapsulate Victorian opulence. Peacocks and great egrets strut among living plant collections, which explode into flowery canopies whenever the right garden sprites are available to aid in pollination.
Members often gain exclusive access to the Arboretum's slate of events, which includes workshops, tours, Yoga in the Garden, and live music performances in the summer months. Summer camps reawaken brains that usually hibernate until September, and Bookworms Story Time captures attention year-round. Fall events include Escape From Black Friday held in November.