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    🎉 March Orange County Calendar of Events 🗓️ 🎉

    Daddy Daughter Prince & Princess Dance Mar. 1
    Princesses are invited to have an exciting night out with their “Prince Charming”. Activities include dinner,
    dancing, crafts and games. $20.
    Time and Place: 6:30-8:30pm / Yorba Linda Community Center
    Contact: 714-961-7100 /​ www.yorbalindaca.gov

    Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade Mar. 2
    “Everyday Heroes” Entries in the popular event range from civic and veterans organizations to school bands,
    floats, vintage automobiles, and light-hearted novelty groups. The parade also honors citizens who have served
    the community and those who have served the nation in time of war or national emergency.
    Time and Place: 11am / Laguna Beach
    Contact: www.lagunabeachparade.org

    GEMfest Mar. 2
    For Middle school girls in grades 6 through 8! Become part of the Girls Empowerment Movement to make
    changes in your life, your school, your community and the world. Free snacks, a delicious lunch and
    a gift bag full of awesome swag.
    Time and Place: 9am-2pm / Sage Hill School, Newport Coast
    Contact: www.gemfestoc.com

    Los Olivos Community Park Dedication Mar. 2
    The event will showcase the new 12.5-acre park, which features lighted baseball and soccer fields, a lighted basketball court, four tennis courts, and a musical-themed playground inspired by the former Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre.
    Time and Place: 4-6pm / 101 Alfonso, Irvine 
    Contact: www.cityofirvine.org

    Parenting OC’s Summer Opportunities Jamboree Mar. 2
    Jamboree will have special guests, along with games and many new exhibitors featuring
    family travel destination spots, summer camps, and school information. The Aquarium of the Pacific
    will be in attendance with the acclaimed Aquarium on Wheels, and back by popular demand is the
    Bubble-Dash Games. Come on down for this fun-filled, free family event.
    Time and Place: 10am-3pm / Discovery Cube Science Center, Santa Ana
    Contact: 714-630-4510 x8www.parentingoc.com

    Pacific Symphony: Lantern Festival Mar. 2
    Takes place 15 days after the Lunar New Year and marks the return of spring, representing the reunion of family. Decorate your very own lantern, take in live music, try your hand at solving a riddle, take a Chinese folk dance lesson and more!
    Time and Place: 11am-5pm / Segerstrom Concert Hall, Costa Mesa
    Contact: 714-556-2787www.pacificsymphony.org

    Festival of Whales Mar. 2-3 & 9-10
    Celebrates the return of the once-endangered California Gray Whale. In addition to whale watching, the festival includes a kick-off parade, Sand Sculpting, Ocean Awareness Day, musical entertainment, on-the-water Concert, Whale of a Block Party, Art Shows, Pancake Breakfast, BBQs, Kids Interpretive Crafts, Classic Car Exhibits, Lectures/Seminars at multiple venues including the Ocean Institute, Historic Walking Tours, Paddling Events, Sailing/Rowing/Kayak/SUP Demos, plus much more!
    Time and Place: See website for schedule. / Dana Point Harbor
    Contact: 949-472-7888 / ​www.dpfestivalofwhales.com

    German Style Carnival FASCHING Mar. 3
    Families with children ages 4-17 are welcome to join an afternoon filled with activities, dances and games lead by teachers of GermanSchoolCampus.com.
    Time and Place: 3-6pm / Old World Village, Huntington Beach
    Contact: 714-895-8020www.oldworld.ws

    Tustin Hangar Half Marathon & 5k Race Mar. 3
    These races are designed to raise the maximum amount of funds for nonprofits and charities, while showcasing one of the most beautiful and historic cities in Southern California.
    Time and Place: 7am-12pm / The District at Tustin Legacy 
    Contact: www.tustinhangarhalf.com

    Hoag Classic Mar. 6-10
    Each year, the tournament raises over $1 million for Hoag and other local charities, totaling more than $20 million in its history – making it the most philanthropic event on the PGA TOUR Champions. Additionally, it attracts a field of professional players that rivals any major championship in golf.
    Time and Place: 8am / Newport Beach Country Club 
    Contact: www.hoagclassic.com

    South County Pet Expo Mar. 9
    This family and pet friendly event will feature rescue groups with many loving animals available for adoption, fun and exciting canine demonstrations, local vendors providing all manner of pet products and services, food trucks and giveaways.
    Time and Place: 10am-2pm / Lake Forest Sports Park
    Contact: 949-858-1000www.adoptocpets.org/events

    La Habra Races Mar. 9
    Includes a 5K race for all ages, as well as a 1K Kiddy Run (ages 6-9 yrs.) and
    a 50-Yard Diaper Dash (ages 3-5 yrs.).
    Time and Place: 6-9am / La Habra Marketplace Shopping Center
    Contact: 562-383-4211www.lahabracity.com

    Kite Party Mar. 9-10
    Kite fliers connecting face to face with people who they may not otherwise have the opportunity to connect with. Kite Party is about socializing with people we have known for years, and meeting people new people.
    Place: Huntington Beach Pier 
    Contact: www.kiteparty.com

    Surfin’ Sundays Concert Series Mar. 9-10
    Enjoy shopping from local vendors on Saturdays and live music on Sundays throughout the Summer. Pier Plaza concerts are from 11am-5:30pm.
    Vendors will be in Pier Plaza all day, from 8am-5pm during the summer.
    Time and Place: 8am-5:30pm / Huntington Beach Pier Plaza 
    Contact: www.surfingmuseum.org

    Cherry Blossom Festival Mar. 15-17
    A FREE day of fun for the whole family filled with Japanese food, music, dance, cultural performances, and games and crafts for the kids. This festival is in support of the over 30 year student exchange relationship Huntington Beach shares with their sister city of Anjo, Japan.
    Place: Huntington Central Park 
    Contact: www.hbcbfest.com

    El Presidente Ball Mar. 16
    Journey back to the late 1800s of early California and let the Fiesta Association show you how “the West was fun” at this western style dinner dance. Enjoy some great food and old-fashioned fun while dancing under the stars (weather permitting) to live country-western style music.
    Time and Place: 6-10pm / El Adobe de Capistrano, SJC
    Contact: 949-493-1976 / ​www.swallowsparade.com ​

    Multicultural Fair at Sage Hill School Mar. 16
    Taste home-cooked delicacies from virtually every nation represented at Sage Hill; enjoy non-stop musical and dance performances; bid on tantalizing baskets of themed goodies; browse the ethnic bazaar; and plenty of entertainment.
    Time and Place: 11am-4pm / Wilkins Town Square, Newport Coast
    Contact: 949-219-0100www.sagehillschool.org

    Kids Night Out-Spring Break Party Mar. 16
    Spring Break brings plenty of opportunities for students to play outdoors. A light snack will be provided.
    Time and Place: 2-5pm / Stanton Central Park 
    Contact: ​http://ci.stanton.ca.us ​

    Newport-Mesa Spirit Run Mar. 17
    Twelve racing events plus a 5k Family Walk and Toddler Trot. In between races, participants and spectators enjoy the Youth & Fitness Expo is located adjacent to the start/finish area in Edward’s Big Newport. A fun family expo showcases products and services of community businesses. Bungee jumping, rock climbing, a skate park, massage, running footwear and apparel, shopping, and more.
    Time and Place: 6am / Fashion Island, Newport Beach 
    Contact: www.nmspiritrun.org

    Saint Joseph’s Day at the Mission Mar. 19
    Live mariachi music, community presentations, Special Guest “Swallows Speakers”, Mission Basilica School performances, ringing of the historic bells and History of St. Joseph’s Day and Swallows Legend.
    Time and Place: 9am-3pm / Mission San Juan Capistrano
    Contact: www.missionsjc.com

    Swallows Day Fiesta Grande Mar. 20
    Best Dressed Old West Man, Best Dressed Old West Woman, Best Belt Buckle, and the Hairiest Man (best moustache and/or beard). There is a $5 entry fee per category for each contestant entered. For the more timid, spectators are always welcome at the hilarious Fiesta Grandé.
    Time and Place: 6-9pm / Swallow’s Inn, SJC 
    Contact: www.swallowsparade.com

    Swallows Day Parade & Mercado Mar. 23
    The nation’s largest non-motorized parade. The Mercado is a Street Fair and Market Place where you can eat, drink, and shop. Listen and dance to the music of The Working Cowboy Band, a traditional country music band.
    Time and Place: 11am / Dowtown San Juan Capistrano
    Contact: 949-493-1976www.swallowsparade.com

    Huntington Beachcruisers Meet Mar. 23
    A popular gathering of beach cruising vehicles manufactured through 1972, featuring nomads, woodies, VW Transporters, convertibles, steel wagons and other beach cruisin’ vehicles of the era. Vehicles will be on display throughout the weekend along Main Street and in Pier Plaza.
    Time and Place: 8am-4pm / Downtown Huntington Beach 
    Contact: www.hbcruisers.com

    Mad Hatter Children’s Tea Party Mar. 23
    Guests will be treated to a delicious lunch and sweet treats, take part in a photo op with tea party characters and enjoy fun games and crafts. Tickets are $10 per person; complimentary for children under 12 months.
    Time and Place: 11am-2pm / Lago Santa Margarita Beach Club
    Contact: www.samlarc.org

    Birthday Bash Mar. 24
    Exciting plans are in progress for LOCA’s biggest fundraising celebration to date. The public is invited to enjoy amazing food and wines, interactive art activities and art auctions.
    Time and Place: 4-7pm / Neighborhood Congregational Church-Bridge Hall, Laguna Beach
    Contact: 949-363-4700www.locaarts.org

    CRY OC – Holi By The Sea Mar. 24
    Bring color to a Child’s Life! Celebrate HOLI – The Festival of Colors! with Child Rights & You America, Inc. – Orange County, and ensure a brighter and more colorful future for children everywhere. Be ready to get very colorful and enjoy Amazing Bollywood music by Fusion Sounds!
    Time and Place: 11am-3pm / Bolsa Chica State Beach 
    Contact: www.cryamerica.org

    Swing for the Sea Lions Mar. 25
    Benefiting Pacific Marine Mammal Center. 18 holes of golf on the Jack Nicklaus-designed course, lunch provided by Chick-Fil-A, beverages provided by Laguna Beach Beer Company, Tito’s Handmade Vodka and more, a buffet dinner and contest opportunities. The helicopter golf ball drop, silent auction, dinner and awards ceremony follow at 5pm.
    Time and Place: 12-7pm / Aliso Viejo Country Club 
    Contact: ​https://pmmcgolf.accelraising.com

    CrabFest 2019 Mar. 29
    Hosted by the Huntington Beach Lions Club. Enjoy all you can eat salad, chowder, crab and shrimp! During the event there will be a silent auction, raffle and live auction. Fundraiser will benefit a number of local charities and organizations, including Off the Streets Huntington Beach, Therapeutic Riding Center of Huntington Beach and
    many others.
    Time and Place: 4-7pm / Huntington Beach Senior Center in Central Park 
    Contact: www.eventbrite.com

    Jazz Festival 2019 Mar. 29-30
    Friday Concert: Enjoy small bites from the best local restaurants. Mix and mingle while enjoying hosted bars, a silent auction and more. Saturday Jazz Gala: A four-course gala dinner presented by the Executive Chefs from Monarch Beach Resort, The Ranch at Laguna Beach, Montage Laguna Beach, and The Laguna Cliffs Marriott.
    Place: Ocean Institute, Dana Point 
    Contact: www.ocean-institute.org

    Laguna Niguel Senior Games Mar. 30-31
    Soccer, basketball, bocce ball, billiards, pickleball and table tennis.
    Opening Ceremony: March 29 at 6pm at Sea Country Senior and Community Center.
    Contact: 949-425-5151www.cityoflagunaniguel.org

    Glitterfest Mar. 31
    This event features a collection of creative folks who express their talent through mixed media art. It includes handmade jewelry, sculpture, primitive dolls, paper whimsy and more!
    Time and Place: 10am-3pm / Spring Field Conference Center, Fullerton
    Contact: 714-573-1025www.glitterfest.com

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