City Guide

07
Dec

Sherman Library and Gardens

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The Sherman Library and Gardens is a 2.2 acre horticultural oasis in Corona del Mar, California and creates beautiful settings for unforgettable events. Read More
20
Oct

City Lights, Films at Night

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Known for their top film selections and ongoing pouring of delicious drinks, the Ricardo Montalbán Theatre hosts Los Angeles' most acclaimed outdoor film ambiance with its rooftop view of the LA. Read More
27
Sep

Explore Preserved Gems of Riverside County

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The Lake Mathews - Estelle Mountain Reserve area includes this vast amount of geological wonder that also provides outdoors' men and women alike an endless place to hike and camp. Read More
08
Sep

Learning by Discovering in SoCal

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Bring the family for a day of exploration at Southern California's Discovery Cube, the 2013 national medalist for museums and library services. Read More
31
Aug

Orange County Park Highlight: Mile Square Regional Park

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Mile Square Regional Park is a 607-acre, urban park, dwelling in the city of Fountain Valley in Orange County. The boundless park is home to many family activities, day adventures, sporting events, and countless facilities. Read More
27
Jul

Oval Office in Orange County

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Explore our nation's most powerful office right in Orange County at the newly re-opened Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum. The museum is situated adjacent to the 37th U.S. President's 1910 birthplace - a humble farmhouse in Yorba Linda, California. Read More
27
Jul

Route 66 "Mother Road" Museum

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The Route 66 "Mother Road" Museum features a collection of historic photographs and artifacts related to Route 66 and the Mojave Desert communities. Read More