Category Archives: Events and Festivals

  1. Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween Party

    On August 24 and 27, mark your calendar for one of the most exciting summer nights at Disneyland. These special nights in August, September, October, and November allow the Magic Kingdom to come alive with just-spooky-enough delights. Check out the Mickey Boo-to-You Halloween Parade, the Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular, and special Happy HalloWishes fireworks. Get…

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  2. Anaheim 5 de Mayo Festival

      With a rich, thriving Mexican-American population, Anaheim is home to some of the biggest fiestas in the country. Over 100,000 people flock to the massive Cinco de Mayo festival during the holiday weekend, and one of the biggest hosts is Anaheim 5 de Mayo, a local non-profit committed to promoting Hispanic American activities. The…

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  3. California Dental Association Spring CDA Cares

      Dentists, hygienists, and specialists in the dental industry are flocking to Anaheim April 28 – 29 for the annual Spring CDA Cares conference. The organization supports the 10 million+ Californians who struggle with access to dental care. Volunteer dentists and dental professionals band together with community volunteers to offer free dental services to around…

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  4. Hollywood Half Marathon

      In its sixth year, the Hollywood Half Marathon has already become one of the most popular runs in Southern California. Take to the streets of the famed Hollywood hills on April 7 for rolling hills, gorgeous scenery, and the chance to zip past renowned landmarks. You’ll race across the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where…

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  5. The American Showcase

      Traveling to Anaheim for The American Showcase April 6 – 8? Stay conveniently close at a hotel offering blocked rooms for teams and fans. Held at the Anaheim Convention Center, this annual cheer competition brings the best teams to the Golden Coast for three full days of non-stop action. Tickets are available at the…

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  6. Your MLK Jr. Day Celebration Guide

      Two major parades take place in Southern California for MLK Jr. Day, including the 30th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Peace and Unity Parade and Celebration in Long Beach. The parade begins at 10:30 a.m. at the corner of MLK and Atlantic Avenues. Afterwards, the celebration continues until 6 p.m. with a carnival, arts…

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  7. Ring in the New Year

    Southern California goes all out for NYE, which means you can find the perfect party for your taste. The annual Long Beach Fireworks New Years Cruise is hosted on the Catalina King Yacht, and you’ll love seeing the fireworks reflected off the waters while sipping delicious cocktails, dining on gourmet fare and dancing the night…

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  8.  A Disney Christmas

      The most magical place on Earth goes above and beyond for the Christmas holidays, starting with a World of Color – Season of Light extravaganza where the night is lit up with joy. The Festive Foods Marketplace offers vendors and kiosks featuring seasonal and holiday fare from a variety of traditions, whether you’re more…

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  9. Visit Christ Cathedral

      Faith-driven and non-secular guests alike are welcome to the Christ Cathedral, a landmark in Anaheim and an architectural delight. Visitors can’t help but notice the stunning steeple, and the cultural icon is a destination for guests of all faiths. However, it shot to fame with former Rev. Robert Schuller’s “Hour of Power,” which was…

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  10. Wobble and Gobble: Anaheim Races

      November is the perfect month to beat your best time in a half marathon, or challenge yourself to your first 5k. With the holidays coming, getting a head start on fitness and health is a wise move. There are plenty of November races near Anaheim, like the Spider-Man 5k on Friday, November 10. The…

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