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Chalk Art & Music Fest 
 
 
Held in October by the Downtown Anaheim Association and their various sponsors. "There is free public parking on Oak Street @ Clementine or Lemon."  Anaheim
Christmas at the Mission 
 
 
"Juaneño Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation Presents: Christmas at the Mission - The official City ceremony and lighting of the San Juan Capistrano Christmas tree begins in Historic Towne Center Park, with a visit from Santa Clause, a Live Nativity Presentation, Merchant Open House, Music and Fun. From there, holiday guests are invited to attend the annual Christmas at the Mission Festival." At the Historic Mission San Juan Capistrano.  San Juan Capistrano
Downtown Anaheim Children's Festival 
 
 
Held in May by the Downtown Anaheim Association and their various sponsors. "There is free public parking on Oak Street @ Clementine or Lemon."  Anaheim
Downtown Anaheim Christmas TreeLighting Cerermony 
 
 
The Downtown Anaheim Christmas TreeLighting Cerermony & Nutcracker Market Place is hosted in December by the Downtown Anaheim Association and their various sponsors. "There is free public parking on Oak Street @ Clementine or Lemon."  Anaheim
Fun with Chalk Children's Creative Festival 
 
 
"Fun With Chalk is a unique festive celebration of the heart, mind, and creative spirit. Thousands of visitors are captivated annually by one of America's most fun Festivals! Incredible images are created directly on asphalt, by artists, using their enormous talent, and chalk. Yes, chalk! The entire parking lot of the Norman Murray Community Center is transformed into a canvas of hundreds of images, some recreations of famous masterpieces, and others original creations of incredible design and color. The Childrens Creative Festivals, producers of Fun With Chalk, is an all - volunteer organization of people who care deeply about children and art, and who work and plan all-year round to bring a first class event to the community."  Mission Viejo
Garden Grove Strawberry Festival 
 
 
"The Strawberry Festival over the years has evolved into a variety of Commercial booths, Arts and Crafts, Game Booths, Food Booths and major Carnival Rides which dot the landscape of the Village Green, located between Euclid Avenue and Main Street, two blocks north of Garden Grove Boulevard. The Strawberry Festival Amphitheater, located at the South End of the Village Green, which was built for the city by funds raised by the Association, provides a charming venue for the many stage shows featuring celebrity and local performers. The largest Strawberry Shortcake is devoured by hungry fairgoers on opening night. The Strawberry Festival is always held Memorial Day weekend. A parade highlights Saturday’s festivities as it winds its way to the Festival grounds. The Strawberry Festival has raised over $4.2 million for local organizations, including the Police and Fire Departments, Boys and Girls Club, Acacia Day Care Center for the frail elderly, The Assistance League and many others. In addition, local service, fraternal, school, and church groups raise thousands more each year."  Garden Grove
Imagination Celebration of Orange County 
 
 
2004 Festival runs from April 17th thru May 16th at various locations. See website for schedule and exhibitions. "Welcome to event, exhibition and general information for the 2004 Imagination Celebration of Orange County's annual spring festival titled 'Renaissance 2004'. This is our 19th year of providing some of the best performing and visual art featuring the youth of Orange County! Children will have the opportunity to try their hand at variety of art workshops, while families will enjoy the musical and performing groups featuring students from Orange County." Includes a Saturday... "afternoon is a fun filled interactive event for all ages. Families are treated to mini performances, storytelling, and crafts. Aspiring dancers are given the opportunity to try on tutus and pointe shoes while meeting professional ballerinas. Remember to bring your camera!" 2004 schedule includes exhibits, venues & participation by: The Anaheim Ballet, Bowers Kidseum, OC Museum of Art, Ballet Montemarte, Little Shop of Horrors, The Children's Museum at La Habra, Rancho Canada School, Journey School, Cypress Festival of the Arts, The Curtis Theater, Forum Theater, McGaugh Elementary, Newport Beach Public Library, California Choreographer's Dance Festival, Art-A-Fair, OC Department of Education, Pacific Symphony, Huntington Beach Library, Knott Avenue Christian Church, Assistance League of Irvine, Laguna Art Museum, OC Performing Arts Center, Fullerton Museum Center, Southland Ballet Academy, South Coast Repertory, Waldorf School of Orange County, Santa Ana High School, Anaheim High School, ICOC Poster Contest, 1000 Pieces of Arts, All District Art Exhibit, Crayola Dream-Makers, Public Exhibitions of Student Artwork, 'Art off the Wall' - A 3D Exhibition, Photography & Multimedia Exhibit, Rising Starts Elementary Art Awards and Scholarship Performance Reception, OC Public Library, OCDE Family Art Show, 28th Annual Very Special Arts Exhibit, Young Masters Art Show.  Irvine
Return of the Swallows Mission San Juan Capistrano 
 
 
2006: "Mission San Juan Capistrano will present its annual Return of the Swallows celebration Saturday March 18th to Sunday March 19th, 2006. Festivities include the traditional bell ringing, Pageantry, live entertainment, ethnic foods, and vendors all to mark the springtime return of the swallows to Capistrano. The Mission's biggest annual celebration, it marks the coming of spring, a time of renewal and rebirth. Other highlights include Living History Members, scheduled Docent tours, artisans demonstrating crafts, mariachi performers, school choirs and performers, Indian dance groups, ethnic foods and much more. The swallows migrate annually to Goya, Argentina in October, and return to their spring and summer home in San Juan Capistrano each March. The Swallows celebration began centuries ago when Mission padres observed that the birds return roughly coincided with St. Joseph's Day on the church calendar, March 19. The celebration has achieved international prominence since then."  San Juan Capistrano
Sawdust Festival 
 
 
Held June through September. Includes musical entertainment, art classes and demos. "Welcome to the world-famous Sawdust Art Festival where visitors experience the artistic wonders of 200 Laguna Beach artists amidst towering eucalyptus trees and tranquil waterfalls within a three and half acre canyon setting. Since 1966 the Sawdust has drawn art enthusiasts looking for original artwork including: painting, ceramics, jewelry, photography, textile arts, wood and metal sculpture, hand blown and fused glass and even scrimshaw. This year we invite you to join us in celebrating our '40 Creative Years' with special events and exhibits to give visitors a glimpse into our history and that of our artists. Included with your Sawdust admission are daily artist demonstrations including glass blowing, complimentary art projects for adults and children, three outdoor cafes and continuous entertainment. This shopper’s paradise allows visitors to meet and even purchase art directly from the artists. The Sawdust Art Festival is truly the ultimate, interactive art experience for any one at any age.... The Sawdust Art Festival is a 5 - 10 minute walk from downtown Laguna, Main Beach and the other Laguna Beach art festivals."  Laguna Beach
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