Category Archives: Events and Festivals

  1. Memorial Day Remembrances

      It’s almost Memorial Day, and that means a variety of organizations around Anaheim are preparing to remember those who served. Close to your Anaheim hotel, the Anaheim Cemetery Memorial Day begins at 11 a.m. Brought to you by the Orange County Cemetery District, three Anaheim cemeteries will be hosting events: Anaheim Cemetery, El Toro…

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  2. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

      One of the biggest Cinco de Mayo festivals in the country takes place right in Anaheim. The 5 de Mayo Festival began as a small gathering in the 1970s and has blossomed into a four-day event with over 100,000 attendees. When Cinco de Mayo falls on a Saturday, it’s a full weekend of folkloric…

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  3. Orange County National College Fair

      Students and families are flocking to Anaheim for the annual Orange County National College Fair held at the Anaheim Convention Center on Sunday, April 22. Located at 800 W. Katella Avenue in Anaheim, the yearly fair brings colleges and universities to Southern California from around the world and highlights California’s top college options. Here,…

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  4. Disneyland’s Eggs-Stravaganza

      The biggest Easter egg hunt in town is back! The first half of April marks the annual hunt at Disneyland, a scavenger hunt that will have you hopping around the resort to uncover hidden eggs. When you arrive, purchase stickers and a map so you can record every treasure unearthed. Mark the map with…

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  5. Celebrating MLK Jr. Day

      One of the most popular ways to commemorate the work and life of Martin Luther King Jr. is by exploring the interconnected regional trails of Orange County. Dr. King promoted peace and meditation, and taking to the trails is a fantastic way to reflect on how you can live a life of service. The…

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  6. An Anaheim New Year

      There are plenty of options for ringing in 2018 in Anaheim, starting with the decadent Fantasy in the Sky fireworks show at Disneyland. Tickets to spend the full day at the park on New Year’s (8 a.m. – 2 a.m.) start at just $99. Take advantage of a full day of rides and surprises…

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  7. Seascape Kids Fun

      Whether you’re in the mood for a full-fledged party or just want to play, this three-storied arena features gigantic slides, 13 foam ball air guns, and plenty of spaces for private celebrations. Parents can take advantage of free Wi-Fi while the kids play, and the delicious menu has something for all tastes. Customize your…

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  8. Anaheim Thanksgiving

      An Anaheim Thanksgiving means blending tradition with California flare. It never feels like Thanksgiving in sunny southern California—until you walk through the doors of a restaurant known for holiday classics. The Anaheim Whitehouse serves Thanksgiving dinner from noon – 9 p.m. and is known for fresh turkey and sides like mashed potatoes and stuffing….

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  9. Get Your Run On

      November in Southern California has the perfect weather for a run, whether you’re challenging yourself to your first 5k or you’re in the midst of marathon season. The Anaheim area is full of race options, like the Pants Off Racing Almost 5k and 10k in famous Calabasas. The fundraiser encourages costumes, meerkats greet you…

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  10. Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade

      One of the oldest Halloween festivals in the country takes place right in Anaheim. Since 1923, the Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade has drawn several thousand spooky lovers to the city, decked out in their best ghost and goblin costumes to take to the streets and watch this decades-old party unfold. Family-friendly and…

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