With the kids out of school, and the many events going around our cities, we wanted to remind you guys who follow our blogs here at Orange Ccounty Real Estate news, about some really nice activities coming up this weeked and the following.
First and foremost, this weekend the 'Ocean Festival' takes place at the San Clemente Pier area, a family-centered festival that is focused on the promotion of ocean safety and the environment. The festival delivers quality athletic events that attract world class athletes as well as athletic novices to test their strength and have plenty of fun in the sun. Thousands of locals and visitors gather to watch and participate in the festival with some coming as far away as Hawaii and Australia. The Festival is full of family friendly events that you will not want to miss. A city lifeguard pancake breakfast will be served both Saturday and Sunday mornings from 7:30am to 11:00am. The crowd pleasing 20th annual Woody car exhibit will be on display on the pier, where you can take a stroll the pier amongst surfing classics. Not to forget, the Ocean art show will be overlooking the event in the park nearby. Make sure to check the website for a full list of events available during the festival, as they vary from Saturday to Sunday and include a free concert and many races and activities for the whole family.
If you are around South OC, might as well also check out the Free concerts at the park series, from the city of Dana Point. This Sundat at 4pm, the city presents INXSive , an INXS Tribute at the Sea Terrace Park of Dana Point. Reminder: the Doheny Surf Festival is also coming up pretty soon, to be held at Doheny Beach on August 11 and 12th. The “Green” event will include all things surf: exhibits, surf demonstrations, environmental education, surf star autograph signings, tandem, outrigger & SUP exhibitions for all ages, and all proceeds go to help the State Parks of California.
Also, The Pageant of the Masters is on! This is an annual festival held by the Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach, California. The event is known for the "living pictures" wherein classical and contemporary works of art are recreated by real people posing in almost exact detail to the work of art they are portraying. The first festival started in 1932 and has since been held each summer. Tickets are on sale now and good seats sell quick.
With so many activities all year long, who doesn't want to live in Orange County? Check out the current homes for sale in the cities where these activites are held below.