Category Archives: Holidays

  1. Honoring Those Who Served this Memorial Day

    The Anaheim area offers many ways to pay homage to those who gave their all in service. The Anaheim Cemetery Memorial Day program includes three cemeteries: The Anaheim Cemetery, Santa Ana Cemetery, and El Toro Memorial Park. Each features a special Memorial Day program starting at 11 a.m. including a gun salute and placing of…

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  2. Honoring Fallen Soldiers

      Memorial Day weekend in and around Anaheim is full of options to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. The nearby Anaheim Cemetery Memorial Day Program includes three local cemeteries with events starting at 11 a.m. Hosted by the Orange County Cemetery District, visitors can head to the Anaheim Cemetery, El Toro Memorial Park,…

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  3. Mother’s Day Picks

      Treat the Mom in your life during your Anaheim vacation by booking a table at The Ranch Restaurant and Saloon. Located at 1025 E Ball Rd., The Ranch serves a special Mother’s Day brunch from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. that includes champagne and mimosas throughout the extravagant outing. Vanilla bean crème brulee bombolni,…

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  4. Fiesta! Cinco de Mayo

    For over 40 years, Cinco de Mayo celebrants have traveled to Anaheim for the massive holiday celebration. What started as a simple gathering in the 1970s has exploded into one of the biggest parties in the country. The holiday, which celebrates the Mexican army’s victory over France in Pueblo, now includes a folkloric dance competition…

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  5. Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

    Every year, over 100,000 attendees flock to Anaheim for the 5 de Mayo Festival. It spans over four days, particularly when Cinco de Mayo falls on a Saturday, and is one of the biggest celebrations in the country. Cinco de Mayo, a relatively small holiday in Mexico, celebrates the Mexican army’s victory over French forces…

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  6. Easter Brunch in Anaheim

    Anaheim is home to some of the most impressive Easter brunches in Southern California. Storyteller’s Café at 1600 S Disneyland Dr. is a favorite, conveniently located at the Grand Californian in Disneyland. A rich variety with plenty of kid-friendly options, omelet station, and Disney characters stopping by your table make for a magical outing. You…

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  7. Where to Get Your April Fools’ Day Fix

    Looking for the perfect gag gift this April Fools’ Day? Check out the classic Spencer’s Gifts at 20 City Boulevard, Suite 106 in Orange. You’ll find your favorite novelty gifts, gags, and a lot more. Every Spencer’s offers slightly different inventory, and the Orange location goes traditional with fake dog poo, whoopee cushions, chattering teeth,…

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  8. Hoppy Easter!

    Get a head start on burning off those Easter brunch calories at the Hoppy Easter race in Long Beach. The run takes you across the gorgeous beach-side streets before you zip around a pristine lake to finish with an ocean view. Aid stations along the route offer cookies, Gatorade, water, bananas, chips, and much more….

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  9. Let the Green Weekend Begin

      The Anaheim area is packed with options for St. Patrick’s Day weekend, starting with the local Fenians St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at the City National Grove of Anaheim. Head to 2200 E. Katella Avenue and enjoy the award-winning Irish band for just $25 per person. Add on dinner for an extra fee, and rock…

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  10. Your St. Patrick’s Day Guide

    It’s not all just a bunch of malarkey at Malarky’s Irish Celebration in nearby Newport Beach. Head to 3011 Newport Boulevard for a weekend of Irish bagpipers and traditional fare. Breakfast is served starting at 6 a.m., and you can score prime rib for lunch or dinner. Green beer is flowing the entire weekend, along…

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