Fullerton events for Saturday, April 2Author: mmclaughlin | Filed under: Uncategorized
It’s been a few crazy days for us here at iF, we hope you’re staying cool in this crazy heat. If you brave the hot temperatures you might be lucky enough to find one of our eggs for our 1st ever Fullerton Egg Hunt for Adults! Below, as always, is your daily list of things to do!
8am-6pm: High School Jazz Bands, Combos and Vocal Jazz Ensembles compete in the Annual Jazz Festival at Fullerton College. A two day event with competitions beginning in several venues all over campus. Adult admission for featured performance events is $8.
8:30am-12pm: U.S. Representative Ed Royce hosts the 3rd Annual Women’s Conference at California State University, Fullerton. Rep. Royce, in conjunction with Cal State Fullerton’s Women and Philanthropy Network, invites you to attend a half-day seminar addressing issues facing women today. Keynote speaker will be Kristen Bell. Royce’s 3nd Annual Women’s Conference offers the following five breakout seminars. You will have an opportunity to attend two during the half-day women’s conference. Visit the event site to register.
9-10:30am: Morning Yoga in the Garden at the Fullerton Arboretum is $13/members $15/nonmembers. 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.
9-11am: Birdwatching at the Fullerton Arboretum is $10/members, $12/nonmembers Discount price for all 3 classes: $25/members, $30/nonmembers. Join gardener and amateur birdwatcher Greg Pongetti for a birdwatching walk through the Arboretum. Learn about the natural history, identifying characteristics, songs, and specialized adaptations of our feathered friends who visit the Arboretum. Please bring your binoculars.
9am-2pm: For under $20 you can enjoy brunch at Matador Cantina for breakfast classics with a Mexican-cuisine twist (omelettes, Huevos Rancheros, Mexican Breakfast Pizza and more). Drink specials include $8 Bottomless Champagne or Mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys, Greyhounds and Screwdrivers.
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.
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, omelettes, breakfast burritos and more.
10am-3pm: STAGES Theatre will hold auditions for their upcoming presentation of The Twilight Zone.
10am-4pm: The African Violet Display & Sale will be at the Fullerton Arboretum. Tri-Counties African Violet Society presents a two day sale and display. African Violets, related plants and supplies will be for sale. Educational displays and a variety of African Violets will be on display. Members available to answer questions.
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.
10:30am: Cal State Fullerton’s Reading Department dedicates its Reading Center in honor of the late Hazel Miller Croy, emerita professor of education and founder of the university’s reading education program. (Reading Center, Cal State Fullerton Education-Classroom Building, Room 24?, 800 N. State College Blvd.)
10:30am-3pm: Gilding the Lily will host a Coptic Bound Metal Book class with instructor Leslie Marsh for $75.
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-10pm: To promote their new kids menu launch, Chipotle is giving away a free kids meal every Saturday and Sunday in April when parents purchase an entree meal (burrito, salad, burrito bowl or tacos). (501 N. State College Blvd. # A)
11am-2am: Celebrate Joe’s First Anniversary all weekend with drink specials, raffles, entertainment and much more! There will be $4 beer specials, 20% off all appetizers, enjoy breakfast drink specials too! Jimmy and Andrew are playing the patio on Saturday at 3:30pm, Brett Cain plays the patio on Sunday at 3:30pm. Patio Bar open on Sunday.
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-2am: The Weekly Tastings at The Twisted Vine in downtown Fullerton (run through next Wednesday) include Flight 1: Salvestrin – St. Helena, Ca, $20 for 2oz pour of each wine; Flight 2 (Spring Whites): $15 for 3oz pour of each- 2009 Tangent – Viognier – Edna Valley, Ca, 2007 Pfeffingen – Riesling – Pfalz, Germany, 2007 Krupp Brothers – Black Bart’s Bride – Napa Valley. Wine Flight 3 (Big Guns): $40 for 3oz pour of each- 2008 Sea Smoke – Pinot Noir “Southing” – Sta.Rta.Hills, 2005 Lang & Reed – Right Bank – Napa Valley, 2006 Vina von Siebenthal – Toknar – Aconchagua, Chile. Beer Flight is Pale Ales $12 for 5oz pour of each- Bootlegger’s – Palomino – Fullerton, Ca, Anderson Valley – Poleeko Gold – Boonville, Ca, Flying Dog – Doggy Style – Frederick, Md.
1pm: Hear Kyung’s Spring Piano Concert at the Fullerton Library (Osborne Auditorium).
1:30-3:30pm: The Hypertufa Pot Workshop at the Fullerton Arboretum is $25/members, $30/non-members. Landscape designer Steve Gerischer returns to lead you through the steps to make an “instant antiquity” Hypertufa bowl or trough-shaped pot for your garden.
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: City Councilwoman Sharon Quirk-Silva hosts “Meet Your Small Business Owner,” a new community outreach program at Fullerton Photographics (908 N. Harbor Blvd.). The program is an informal series of community meetings that will be held at a different local small business the first Saturday of each month. Light refreshments will be served.
4-7pm: Find out who has Happy Hour specials on Saturday with our HH page!
4-7pm: The Geezer with the Guitar will play at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.
4-10pm: Kids Eat Free at IHOP (151 W. Orangethorpe Ave.) with each adult entree purchase. Valid for kids 12 and under on the “Just for Kids” menu items. Drinks not included unless otherwise specified on “Just for Kids” menu. Not valid with any other discounts or coupons. Dine-in only.
5-8pm: Seekers Chapel (1521 E. Orangethorpe Ave., Suite D) will host their Countdown to Easter, featuring crafts, games, puppet show and egg dying. Dinner will also be served. For more information call Shelly Hanlon at (909) 910-3484.
5-8pm: Saturday Scotch & Steak at The Pint House in downtown Fullerton is $18.95 (plus tax, gratuity) for a Black & Bleu 10oz Rib-Eye Steak with mashed potatoes, green beans, and a side salad, plus 50% off Premium Scotch.
5:30-9pm: The Cellar will honor Elizabeth Taylor with a fundraising dinner benefitting the American Foundation for AIDS Research (her favorite cause). The pix fixe dinner will be $50 for 4 courses (escargot, Caesar salad, Filet Steak & Chocolate Mousse). Space is limited and reservations are recommended by calling (714) 525-5682.
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.
7pm: The Rainbows End! Spring Fling DANCE! will be at the Crowne Plaza Fullerton (1500 S. Raymond Ave.). The amazing Hector is the DJ, wear something colorful and dance the night away for $10. This is also a fundraiser for (JDRF) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation! Free Snacks, Special Drink Prices, 2 Private Bars, Cool Outside Patio, Huge Dance Floor! For more information call (714) 635-9000.
7pm: Riff Haus Studios hosts an all ages show for $10 with Matamoska, Mafia Rusa, 213 Mob, D-Skarados, Cafe Con Tequila, and more.
7-10pm: Sandro Rasziel will play at Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir.
7pm-1am: Join the 4 Year Anniversary Party at The Continental Room with DJ Curse & more.
7:30pm: How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying is presented by the Fullerton Union High School Academy of the Arts at Plummer Auditorium (201 E. Chapman Ave.) for $10 ($8 Student/Senior).
8pm: Big’s Bar & Grill hosts Gramilla with special guests Kaiowas, and Blacklight Revelation, free.
8pm: As You Like It continues the Hunger Artists tradition of presenting modern, relevant Shakespeare productions. General admission is $18, $15 for students/seniors with ID.
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: Green Natives will play at Roscoe’s Famous Deli in downtown Fullerton for a free, 21+ show.
8pm: Living Things will be playing at Slidebar in downtown Fullerton for a free, 21+ show.
8pm: STAGES Theatre presents Twelfth Night – A Bold New Staging of Shakespeare’s rollicking comedy – for $20, $17 for students and seniors.
8-10pm: Get $3 well drinks & $3 domestic beers at 2J’s Lounge for Power Hour.
8pm: The Rockstar Back Bar is open at The Continental Room with DJs and drink specials every week. Get Funk/soul/hip hop with Deejay Lito and DJ CNote.
8pm-12am: Lucky John’s has $3.50 YOU-CALL-IT on some CALL Mixed Drinks.
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.
8:30pm-1am: Steamers Jazz Club & Cafe will host Louie Cruz Beltran and his Latin Jazz Ensemble. Call (714) 871-8800 to make reservations.
9-11pm: Club Plush at the Cantina Lounge brings you DJs, 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, only at Titan Bowl & Billiards at Cal State Fullerton is on the lower level of the Titan Student Union. Combine bowling with an exciting club atmosphere for your Saturday night. Call (657) 278-2144 for more information.
9pm-1am: Karaoke in town is easy to find with our Karaoke Guide.
10pm-1am: DJ Ruffnek will spin all night at Bourbon Street in downtown Fullerton.
10pm-1am: A band called “d” will play at Stubrik’s for a free, 21+ show.
11pm: The Red Light Revue – Folly of the Fools returns to the Hunger Artists Theater. Come ready to laugh, cringe, drool, and don’t forget to bring your zombie repellent for $15 General Admission / $12 Students & Seniors. (18+)
11pm: Laugh at Improv Shmimprov at Maverick Theater for only $5.
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