Category Archives: Holidays

  1. MLK Jr. Day in the OC

    Spend this MLK Jr. Day in Orange County participating in one of several celebrations of the life and works of Dr. King. The 30th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace and Unity Parade and Celebration takes place in nearby Long Beach at 1950 Lemon Avenue. It all begins at 10:30 a.m. with a parade at…

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  2. Your Guide to a Disney NYE

      Nothing is more magical than spending New Year’s Eve at Disneyland, and these tips will help if you’re a first-timer. Disney fans flock to Main Street USA, so you’ll be surrounded by thousands of like-minded fans. It’s the most crowded night of the year at Disneyland, but you’ll enjoy the best holiday entertainment and…

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  3. Your NYE Guide

    There’s a party for everyone in Southern California, like the Minimal Effort: NYE bash from 4 p.m. – 4 a.m. You’ll need to travel to downtown Los Angeles for this mega party, but it’s well worth the short drive, especially since revelers keep it going until the wee hours. Held at the Minimal Effort Club,…

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  4. Spending Christmas at Disneyland

    Christmas Day is one of the busiest days of the year at Disneyland parks, and the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve is always packed. However, when planned correctly, this can also be the most magical time of year to visit the park. Always arrive early and plan to spend the entire day at…

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  5. Anaheim Winter Holiday Happenings

      You don’t want to miss out on some of the best local holiday attractions in town. The Holiday Event with Santa at Anaheim Plaza is free and fun for the whole family. You’re welcome to bring your camera and snap a photo with the big guy. Raffle prizes, a kid-friendly DJ and many more…

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  6. Magical Thanksgiving Feasts

    Three places are famously open on Thanksgiving Day in Anaheim: Theme parks, plenty of restaurants and a lot of pubs. One of the most popular picks for holiday cuisine is Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant at Knott’s Berry Farm. For less than $30 per person, you can enjoy a lavish and traditional feast. However, tables…

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  7. Your Thanksgiving Restaurant Guide

      Anaheim takes food seriously year-round, but restaurants really step up their game for Thanksgiving. Reserve a table at the GardenWalk McCormick and Schmick’s Seafood, open from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. and enjoy the regular menu or a three-course turkey dinner. The affordable $25.95 price tag ($9.95 for children) includes all your favorite sides…

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  8. Anaheim’s Day of the Dead

      Take a day trip to Old Town San Diego for one of the biggest Day of the Dead events in Southern California. It’s a celebration of history, heritage and culture. The rich diversity of the area makes it the perfect destination within the Mercado, where you’ll find food, goods, entertainment and plenty of activities…

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  9. Halloween Treats and Tricks

      Since 1924, the Anaheim Halloween Parade has drawn thousands to the downtown streets for a day festival full of costumes, candy and plenty of fun. At its peak, 150,000 attendees lined the streets. It’s your pick for family-friendly fun on October 28, and the perfect pre-cursor for more spooking outings throughout the evening. You…

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  10. An Anaheim Halloween

      With non-stop thrills throughout Anaheim, there are Halloween options for visitors of all ages. Join the Halloween L.A. Pub Crawl and let someone else worry about driving from one spooky destination to the next. Every Friday and Saturday night in October you can snag the VIP pass to gain access to the best spooktacular…

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