January 2019

Found 3 blog entries for January 2019.

We have a rainy weekend coming up - and if you are looking for places celebrating the Lunar New Year - we have a couple of indoor ideas :)

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

 

Ring in the Lunar New Year with heartwarming traditions and wishes for a wonderful future! This year is the year of the Pig!

  • 37th Annual Tet Festival: The world’s largest Vietnamese Lunar New Year Festival returns to the OC Fair & Events Center this year. The event features traditional foods, live entertainment, festive games, traditional customs, and more. February 8-10, 2019.
  • Segerstrom Center for the Arts: Celebrate the Year of the Pig through Eastern and Western music as the center celebrates this annual festival observed by Asian cultures in Orange County and around the
Read Full Post »

Back again this year, a tradition of 48 years! The Dana Point Festival of whales is a two fun-filled weekends, March 2 & 3 and 9 & 10, 2019 . The Festival is free to attend and there are several different activities that have different costs throughout both weekends.

The Festival kicks off with the Whale Parade - on March 2nd at 10am. This is our local - small town - famous parade!

The parade embraces the Festival’s theme of Magical Migration with parade floats and entries decorating in an ocean/whale theme and costumes. Giant helium parade balloons of a Blue Whale, Orca and many other sea life creatures fill the air over head during the parade. The parade promptly begins at 10 AM with a route along Pacific Coast Highway beginning at Selva Road and

Read Full Post »

Thinking of enrolling your child in one of the Spanish Immersion Schools offered by the Capistrano District in South Orange County? There's a new program starting at RH Dana Elementary in the upcoming school year 2019-2020.

Parents, students and community members have three chances to learn more about RH Dana Elementary School’s Spanish Dual Immersion Program through a series of informational meetings.

Under the language immersion instruction, students would be taught in English 50 percent of the time and in Spanish the other 50 percent. The transition will be introduced in the 2019-2020 school year, starting with the kindergarten class, which will carry the program through each subsequent grade level. The Capistrano Unified School District Board of

Read Full Post »