If there is one thing about the holidays we love most, it's tradition. If you don't have a family holiday tradition, or are looking to start a new one, here is a list of our Orange County-area favorites.
Harbor Lights Christmas Cruise
1. No, Everyone From Anaheim Doesn't Hang Out At Disneyland All The Time
Photo: Todd Lechtick, 2011
The end of summer is right around the corner, and what better way to end your summer than a festival of international dance in sunny Southern California? From a celebrity Master of Ceremonies, to famous international dance performers, the Anaheim International Dance Festival is the perfect curtain call for your summer."
Children look forward to it all year long. It is one of the few times of year they are allowed to indulge in excessive amounts of sweets and treats and dress up like their favorite characters and personalities. The air is getting cooler and the days are getting shorter. It's Halloween time!
One thing to keep in mind when taking your little ones trick-or-treating on Halloween is safety. Here are a few of the safest and most popular places to trick-or-treat in Orange County:
Invite yourself to feel the comfort of a home-style backyard barbeque, and cross the white picket fence of one of Costa Mesa's hidden gems. The Beach Pit BBQ serves up a flavorful selection of authentic southern barbeque meats in a casual and family-friendly setting."
Fall is upon us, and you know what that means? Zombies, monsters and goblins have invaded Southern California theme parks! Here's a sneak peek of what you can expect from the frightfully fun and recently transformed theme parks this season.
Today marks our 50th anniversary as Anaheim and Orange County's leading destination marketing organization, and as if that was not enough to be excited about, we're also launching our brand-new website.