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“Duck the Halls” Holiday Events

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Christmas, Events, Holiday, Uncategorized | 0 comments

   November 20th kicked off the holiday season when The Tustin Marketplace hosted the Anaheim Ducks’ Official Watch Party. Thursday was one of 5 events being held at the Marketplace that help make up what the hockey franchise is calling “Duck the Halls”. The night began with a tree lighting ceremony to light the three Ducks-themed trees located at the Marketplace. Special guest, Teemu Selanne, had the honor of lighting the trees. Selanne retired last year after 21 seasons in the NHL, 13+ of which were with the Ducks. Selanne, always a fan-favorite, had a large gathering of fans surrounding him from when he arrived until he left. After the trees were lit, fans got to watch the night’s game outside while they enjoyed a beautiful Orange County evening. The game was played on two LED screens set up...

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Baker Ranch Park in Lake Forest

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014 in Family, Featured, Lake Forest, Parks | 0 comments

  Baker Ranch Park in Lake Forest is located off Bake and Dimension in the new Baker Ranch Development. My kids and I had never been to this park before, but I think after our visit this park will be on our list of top parks in the OC. This park made me want to be a kid again, as I raced across the play structure with my kids and down the slides. The park opened about 5 months ago so everything feels so fresh and new. There are two separate play areas. One rated for 2-5 year olds and the bigger equipment playground is rated for 5-12 year olds. The smaller playground has sand on one side, so make sure to bring those sand toys. The smaller playground has a small open slide, small ride on pony and...

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Painting with Wyland at The Aquarium of the Pacific

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Aquarium of the Pacific, Events, Featured, Theme Parks | 0 comments

 We attended as a guest of the Aquarium Wylands’ Art Challenge which starts today Sept 25-Nov 25, encourages millions of students to use Art to address ocean conservation. Whether students live on the coast or thousands of miles upstream, millions of elementary and secondary students across the United States are invited to explore the future of the ocean as art of the Wyland “Water Is Life” National Art Challenge, an annual individual art and mural contest. We attended the kick off event for the Art Challenge as a guest of the Aquarium of the Pacific. It was amazing to see Robert Wyland bring his love for the arts and the ocean to life before our eyes, as he painted a mural of a whale. We watched in awe as how quickly and effortlessly the whale came to life against...

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