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September

Mystique de la Mer - Sea World
mid June through early Sept
Sea World
500 SeaWorld Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
619-226-3901
As the sun sets this summer, SeaWorld is transformed by the magic of Mystique de la Mer. Sea creatures from the underwater world of Atlantis emerge throughout the park to bring you amazing physical feats, new shows, live music, fireworks and a spectacular finale of pure imagination.

Festival of Children
September 1-25, 2005
South Coast Plaza
714-438-3286
A collaboration of children’s charities and community involvement that provides education and resources to improve the future of children throughout the Orange County, California. 125 events during the month include cartooning, craft projects, storytelling, and gymnastics presentations.

Annual Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival
September 14-September 22, 2005 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
(909) 699-6267
The International Film and Music Festival begins September 8 through the 12th  at the Tower Plaza, Movie Experience, corner of Ynez & Rancho California Roads.

Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours
September 1, 2005 - October 30, 2005
Fullerton Museum Center
301 N. Pomona Ave
Fullerton, CA
(714) 738-6545
Celebrate Halloween at the Fullerton Museum center’s 4th Annual "Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours." Register to attend, space is limited..

Annual Temecula on Stage
September 3rd
Main Street, Old Town Temecula
Contact Theater Foundation
(909) 678-1456
The area's top chefs and wineries will be showcased along with a variety of performance arts including local musicians, vocalists, actors and dancers. Temecula On Stage will be promoted as the centerpiece of an entire weekend.

Sugar Plum Arts & Crafts Festival
September 29, 2005 - October 1, 2005
Orange County Fair & Exposition Center
(562) 598-0857

Tall Ships Festival
September 10-11, 2005
Dana Point Harbor
(949) 496-2274
Activities will include ship tours, nautical artisans, craftsmen and skill demonstrations.

Taste of Newport
Sept 16-18
At Fashion Island in Newport, September brings an annual three-day festival with participation by 30 restaurants, 15 wineries, and top-notch entertainment. Call (949) 729-4400 for more information.

International Street Faire
September 5, 2005
Old Towne Orange
(714) 538-3581
This annual festival offers cuisine, folk music, dance from around the world, more than 100 craft artisans displaying their works around this famous historic plaza at Chapman & Glassell.

Annual Professional Women's Roundtable
September 24, 2005
All Day
Pechanga Resort and Casino
45000 Pechanga Parkway
Temecula, CA
(909) 296-9694
"Women in Business Achieving Success" conference and expo will feature a full day of national recognized speakers, educational workshops, and exhibits by more than 70 businesses, along with a luncheon featuring Carrie Fisher as keynote speaker

A Day of Wine and Chocolate
September 25, 2005
Wilson Creek Winery
35960 Rancho California Road
Temecula, CA
(909) 672-1666
Hospice of the Valleys is hosting this 4th annual event to benefit its program development. Guests will enjoy tasting from the local wineries and chocolatiers. A commemorative cookbook may be purchased. Enjoy a silent/live auction throughout the day; bid on travel, recreation, entertainment, health and beauty packages

Gay Days at Disneyland
Sept 30- Oct 2
Following the newer Mini-Gay Days in April, early October brings Gay Days at Disneyland.

October

Gay Days at Disneyland
Sept 30- Oct 2
Following the newer Mini-Gay Days in April, early October brings Gay Days at Disneyland.

Annual Catalina Island Jazz Trax Festival
The first three weekends of October
Casino Ballroom
Catalina Island
(866) TRAXTIX
The 18th annual festival is a three day, three weekend event that takes place in the Casino Ballroom.

Calabasas Pumpkin Festival
October 23, 2005 from 10:00am to 5:00pm
Juan Bautista de Anza Park
3701 Lost Hills Road, Calabasas, Ca
(818) 878-4225
This fun-filled annual weekend festival at the Paramount Ranch has food, entertainment, and games.

Garden Festival - Wild Animal Park
October 30-31st
San Diego Wild Animal Park
(616) 718-3000
To celebrate the Park's botanical bounty and rare species, the annual Garden Festival hosts plant experts from San Diego County to share their knowledge and tips on how to care for your garden. 

Halloween Event - Newport Beach
October 31, 2004
Fashion Island
Newport Beach, CA
For a spectacular Halloween, Fashion Island holds its annual safe and fun trick-or-treating.

Happiest Halloween on Earth!
October 31
Disneyland Park
1313 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim 92803-3232
714-781-4565 (Recorded Resort Information)
Get into the spirit of the season, Disney style. Ever wish you could... Become an Intergalactic Hero? A Space Alien? Or maybe even a Disney Princess? Now all of your dreams can come true! Whether you're a child or a child-at-heart, you'll find Halloween costumes, souvenirs, plush, pins and more at World of Disney™.

Anaheim Fall Festival & Halloween Parade
Halloween
(714) 995-7665
Halloween traditions spring to life in historic Anaheim with a pancake breakfast hosted by the fire department, a parade with marching bands, children’s costume contest, and afternoon activities at Pearson Park

Halloween Festival
Usually held the Saturday before Halloween
This annual festival includes a parade, pancake breakfast, rides & games.
714- 956-3586

November

Holiday Trees at Richard Nixon Library
Nov 5-6
(714) 993-5075
The first weekend of November brings display of holiday tree decor from around the world at the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda. Other trees include the presidential tree, the first lady Tree and the Hometown Heroes Evergreen (honoring Orange County’s Vietnam War dead.)

A Christmas Fantasy at Disneyland
Runs Daily Mid Nov through- January 1
Disneyland Park
1313 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim 92803-3232
714-781-4565 (Recorded Resort Information)
Christmas is one of the most enchanting seasons at Disneyland. The entire park is decked out in the Yuletide spirit, and even jolly old Saint Nick takes time out of his busy schedule to visit all of the little boys and girls at Disneyland. Town Square gets the addition of a 60-foot Christmas tree decked with 8,000 lights and ornaments, and the Castle receives two flocked trees in the moat. Throughout the park, guests can enjoy Christmas additions to many stores and lands.

Fight Night
Late November, Date TBA
(714) 704-2600
This annual professional boxing exhibition at Arrowhead Pond takes place in late November.

Sawdust Art Festival Winter Fantasy
Nov. 19 & 20; Nov. 25, 26 & 27;
Dec 3 & 4; Dec. 10 & 11
Sawdust Art Festival
Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach
(949) 494-3030
The Winter Fantasy is a fine art and crafts festival featuring more than 170 artists from around the country. Visitors may visit with Santa, enjoy art classes and refreshments.

Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony
November 29th at 6pm.
Town Center Park
Costa Mesa, CA
(714) 435-2000
Celebrate the lighting of a live 90-foot Christmas tree at one of Orange County's oldest holiday traditions.

Opera Pacific 2005-2006
Starts in Early November
Orange County Performing Arts Center & the Pacific Amphitheater
Costa Mesa, CA
1-800-346-7372

Annual Intertribal Marketplace
Early Nov
10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Mt. Washington
Southwest Museum of the American Indian
234 Museum Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90065
323-221-2164
American Indian cultures, traditions, and innovations are celebrated in this unique event of Southern California. Admission is free with museum admission.

Aquarium of the Pacific Autumn Festival
Early Nov, Date TBA
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Aquarium of the Pacific
Long Beach, CA
562-590-3100
Dive into the arts, foods, cultures, and marine environments of Asia during our annual Autumn Festival.

December

A Christmas Fantasy at Disneyland
Runs Daily Mid Nov through- January 1
Disneyland Park
1313 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim 92803-3232
714-781-4565 (Recorded Resort Information)
Christmas is one of the most enchanting seasons at Disneyland. The entire park is decked out in the Yuletide spirit, and even jolly old Saint Nick takes time out of his busy schedule to visit all of the little boys and girls at Disneyland. Town Square gets the addition of a 60-foot Christmas tree decked with 8,000 lights and ornaments, and the Castle receives two flocked trees in the moat. Throughout the park, guests can enjoy Christmas additions to many stores and lands.

Festival of Lights - San Diego Wild Animal Park
Throughout Dec
4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
San Diego Wild Animal Park
619-718-3000
With over 100, 000 multi-colored lights, light sculptures, holiday entertainment, crafts, and shopping, the Festival is quite literally a sight to see.

Sawdust Art Festival Winter Fantasy
Nov. 19 & 20; Nov. 25, 26 & 27;
Dec 3 & 4; Dec. 10 & 11
Sawdust Art Festival
Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach
(949) 494-3030
The Winter Fantasy is a fine art and crafts festival featuring more than 170 artists from around the country. Visitors may visit with Santa, enjoy art classes and refreshments.

Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade
December, Date TBA
(714) 729-4400
More than 200 decorated boats cruise Newport Harbor in a dazzling week-long boat parade that is the largest, oldest parade of its kind in southern California. 

John R. Wooden Classic
Dec 3-4
(714) 704-2500
Hoop dreams in collegiate basketball unfold during annual competition at Arrowhead Pond the first weekend in December.

Nutcracker Festival
Dec 3
Holiday Street Fair held at the Center Street Promenade.
714-956-3586

Annual New Year's Eve Gala, Casino Ballroom
New Year’s Eve
Casino Ballroom
Catalina Island
(310) 510-1520
Celebrate the New Year in the world famous Casino Ballroom. Tickets go on sale October 1st. 

New Year’s Eve at Disneyland
New Year’s Eve
Disneyland Park
1313 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim 92803-3232
Guests visiting the park on New Years Eve will get a special Disneyland count down to the New Year. Countdowns are located at various locations throughout the park including New Orleans Square, Tommorowland, in front of "it's a small world holiday", and of course in front of Sleeping Beauty's castle. Each countdown location has music and entertainment themed to the land that the countdown takes place in.

 
















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