November 2009 Events

 

Nov10 > Nov 12

 

 

 
 

 

 

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 California Events

 

 

FULLERTON - Haunted Fullerton Walking Tour. Explore Fullerton’s ghostly history in this 2½ hour guided tour of the downtown. Tours begin at 6:00pm and include approximately 1.5 miles of walking. Tours not recommended for children under 13. Sponsored by Fullerton Museum, pre registration is required is required. Cost: $18 general. Time: 6 - 8:30 p.m. Location: 301 N. Pomona Ave., Fullerton, CA  Call (714) 738-6545. ci.fullerton.ca.us

JULIAN - Fall Apple Harvest. A San Diego tradition, the Annual Julian Fall Apple Harvest runs through November 15. This year, the Apple Harvest celebrates its 100th birthday as thousands of visitors venture to this historic East County mining town, nestled in the Cuyamaca Mountains, to sample fresh crisp apples, homemade apple pies and ciders. Visitors can also enjoy acres of colorful fall foliage, charming bed and breakfast inns, art shows, quaint antique shops and live entertainment. julianca.com

PETALUMA - North Bay Veterans Day Parade. ee what has been called the largest, most colorful parade of its kind in Northern California as it winds its way through Historic Downtown heading south on Petaluma Boulevard. Parade steps off at about 1 p.m. Phone: 707-769-0429

REDDING -  House of Floyd - Pink Floyd Tribute Concert. Time: 8 p.m. Tickets: $26-$36. Location:  Cascade Theatre, 1731 Market Street, Redding, CA. cascadetheatre.org

REDONDO BEACH  - Seaside Ice Rink - Opens to the public. Ice skate at the beach at Seaside Ice in Redondo Beach. seasideice.com

SANTA ANA - Head to Toe: All About Your Body. Explore the science under your skin with Taco Bell Discovery Science Center’s exhibit that includes five interesting body topics-- skeletons, organs, the senses, keeping healthy and general body facts. Hours: 10am – 5pm. Cost: $9.95 Age 2 to Teen; $12.95 Adult . Location: 2500 North Main St., Santa Ana, CA 92705. Call: (714) 542-2823. discoverycube.org

SANTA ROSA - The Language of Lines. Exhibit at Charles Schulz Musuem runs through Nov. 30. The Language of Lines: How Cartoonists Create Characters is an exhibition, co-curated by cartoon historian Brian Walker. It explores the four different stages in the creation of cartoon characters: the archetypes, the icons, the personalities, and casts, and features cartoons from the late 19th century to the present day. Time: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost: $8; $5 youth, seniors; Free under 4 years. Location: 2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa, CA. Call: (707) 579-4452. SchulzMuseum.org  | Buy Tickets!

 

 

 

 

 

 
 


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