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30 Oct 2014

Fullerton events for Thursday, October 30

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Daily Post

8am-4:30pm: Head to the Community Room at the Fullerton Library for the City Annual Health Fair.

10:15am & 11:15am: Monkey Tales Preschool Storytime at the Library is free. Enjoy storytime with stories, fingerplays, puppets, songs, and crafts for children 3-6 years old.

1pm: The Fullerton Library presents a free matinee in the Osborne Auditorium. This week: The Guns of Navarone (1961).

3-7pm: Check out our Happy Hour guide for an early break from work.

4:30-8pm: The downtown Fullerton Market returns! Head to the Museum Plaza (Wilshire Ave. between Harbor and Pomona) and find fresh fruit, produce, vendors, activities for kids, food, a beer & wine garden and live music. This week is the LAST WEEK of the market and it’s OCTOBOOFEST! Come in costume for spooky fun.

6pm: The Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours from the Fullerton Museum Center are back! Take a guided tour through Fullerton: Orange County’s Most Haunted City. Be prepared to walk approximately 1.5 miles Cost is $18 general admission/$15 for museum members. A special tour will be held on Halloween too! RSVP because spots fill up fast! Tours will be preceded by a paranormal open house from 5-6pm in the museum classroom. Members of North Orange County Paranormal Society will be on hand to share the latest in scientific research of the supernatural.

7-11pm: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe  will host a $2 show with Amanda Castro.

7:30-10pm: Listen to or play covers, original music or just improvise at the jam session at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir. Get there early to sign-up.

8pm: For $11 enjoy the CSUF Fall Dance Theater in the Clayes Performing Arts Center, Little Theatre.

8pm: Is He Dead? is on stage at Cal State Fullerton’s Young Theater for $11.

8pm: Assuming We Survive, Cromwell, and Common War will play a free, 21+ show at Slidebar.

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

8pm: Head to Spectacles Improv Engine at STAGEStheatre for Comedy Sucks, a variety show with stand-up and videos. Stay for the 10pm show with Blammo Live.

8-11pm: Chomp has all you can eat Sushi for $23.

9pm-1am: Sing karaoke in Fullerton – find out where with our Guides page!

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29 Oct 2014

Fullerton events for Wednesday, October 29

Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Daily Post

Tonight there’s a free introduction to cinema, or you can see if there are still tickets available for the costume $10 for 10 wine tasting!

8am-1pm: Fullerton Certified Farmers Market at Independence Park (801 W. Valencia Dr.) The Farmers Market offers fresh fruit, vegetables, eggs, honey, fish, flowers, plants, nuts and bread. Operated by the nonprofit Fullerton Certified Farmers Market Board.

9-10:30am: The Relationship Between Diabetes, Obesity, and Heart Disease will be the free seminar from speaker John Zamarra, MD, St. Jude Medical Center, at the Fullerton Elks Lodge this morning (1451 N. Brea Blvd.)

10am-12pm: Join the Fullerton Museum Center for Stroller Brigade, free! Toddlers, preschoolers and their grownups can enjoy docent-led games, stories, puzzles and crafts in the main gallery.

10am-8pm: Don’t miss the Cal State Fullerton Dia de los Muertos Celebration. All day there will be different entertainment in the Cal State Fullerton Humanities Main Quad, including mariachi, ofrenda workshops, face painting, and performers. Everyone is welcome to participate in the tradition.

10:15am & 11am: Kanga & Roo Storytime at the Fullerton Library is free. Enjoy storytime for babies and toddlers up to 3 years old, accompanied by an adult featuring stories, songs, and fingerplays. Registration is required.

12-9pm: Every Wednesday is New Comic Book Day at Zero to Hero Comics. Get new issues of comic books and 15% off all back issue comic books.

3-7pm: Get Happy Hour deals in Fullerton with our HH Guide page.

3:30pm: Read With The Dogs at Fullerton Library is free.

5-9pm: Bootlegger’s Brewery will have their Trivia Night.

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

5-10pm: 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.

6pm: The Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours from the Fullerton Museum Center are back! Take a guided tour through Fullerton: Orange County’s Most Haunted City. Be prepared to walk approximately 1.5 miles Cost is $18 general admission/$15 for museum members. A special tour will be held on Halloween too! RSVP because spots fill up fast! Tours will be preceded by a paranormal open house from 5-6pm in the museum classroom. Members of North Orange County Paranormal Society will be on hand to share the latest in scientific research of the supernatural.

6pm: Head to Cafe Hidalgo for their $10 for 10 Wine Tasting & Halloween Costume Contest Event. Costumes are optional and not required to attend this event. Advance Ticket purchase is necessary for this event.  Tickets are on sale now.  Only selling 90 tickets . When you purchase a ticket online your name will be added to guest list – check in at the door. Prizes will be given for the top three Halloween Costumes. Seating is 1st come 1st serve.

7pm: You are cordially invited to a spooky Halloween Mixer at Dillon’s Bar & Grill (2736 Nutwood), hosted by CSUF PRSSA! Enjoy delicious food, refreshments, music and good company as we celebrate Halloween. Don’t forget to wear your costume.

7-9pm: Men’s Soccer vs. UC Irvine will happen in Titan Stadium at Cal State Fullerton.

7-11pm: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe will have a $2, all ages jazz show from Peter Buck and Buck’s Vibe.

7:30pm: For the next two months at Hibbleton Gallery, award-winning filmmaker Steve Elkins will be presenting a free weekly INTRODUCTION TO THE CINEMA OF INDIA. While the focus of the series will be non-Bollywood Indian cinema from the 19th century to present day, Steve will also show a handful of films about India made by outsiders.

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

8pm: Slidebar will have a free, 21+ show from Koffin Kats, True Rivals, Oceanside Sound System and China Wife Motors.

8-10pm: Enjoy one of America’s finest classical guitarists, William Kanengiser, at Cal State Fullerton’s Recital Hall for $5.

9pm-1am: Use our Guides page to find karaoke in and out of downtown!

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