Monthly Archives: May 2014

June Events in Orange County


01Balboa Island Parade     June 1
Come for the parade and stay for the after party featuring “Big Wednesday” Surf Band and “The Tricia Freeman Band” performing right after the parade in front of the Fire Station! 11am. 127 Marine Ave.


02Dana Point 5th Marines Combat Golf Tournament     June 2
Come to win and prepare to be challenged by many obstacles along the way. The tournament features great raffle prizes and on-course games. $195 per player. 9am. Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club: 26772 Avery Parkway, Mission Viejo. 949-500-4951 /

03Habitat for Humanity of OC Volunteer Orientation     June 3
Learn more about Habitat OC’s mission and how you can get involved in making a difference in your community. They have volunteer opportunities including construction, deconstruction, ReStores, family services, office and more! 6:30-8pm. 480 S Batavia, Orange. (714) 424-6200 /

042014 OC Global Women’s Conference     June 5
The premier event for development and advancement for women of all ages, ethnicities, cultures and backgrounds in Southern California. It is a platform committed to diversity and inclusion, facilitating the situation of all women leaders and progressing feminine, authentic and global leadership. 8am-6pm. Hilton Anaheim: 777 Convention Way, Anaheim. (714) 241-6154 /

05Father of the Year 2014     June 5
The Orange County American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the Father’s Day Council of Orange County are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 Father of the Year Awards. Johnny Gilbert the voice of “Jeopardy” will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the evening. 6pm. Island Hotel: 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

06Face2Face: A Business Expo at the Pier     June 6
Annual showcase of the diverse business community in Huntington Beach. Learn about products manufactured, sold, and available in our community. The Business Expo will take place from 2-5pm, followed by a networking event from 5-7pm. Pier Plaza: 325 Pacific Coast Hwy. 714-536-8888 /

07Student Beach Concert     June 6
It’s the Annual Beach Concert Series “Bringing the Bands to the Sand!” Come with your friends and family or just by yourself and enjoy live music on the beach with the sunset as your backdrop. For more information, contact the Recreation Division at (949) 361-8264. 6pm. San Clemente Pier.

08Corona del Mar Scenic 5K     June 7
Whether running the 5K course, participating in the 2-mile Celebration Walk, or simply cheering the kids on in the Youth and Dolphin Dash series, all registered participants are hosted to a complimentary restaurant row feast of local eateries. 7:30am. Ocean Blvd & Heliotrope Ave. (949) 673-4050 /

09Wooden Boat Festival     June 7
The 2014 Festival will bring maritime life alive by showcasing 50 exceptional wooden boats of all shapes and sizes in the water and on land. Experienced boaters as well as novices will come together to enjoy maritime art, savory food, and lively music. 10am-5pm. Balboa Yacht Club: 1801 Bayside Dr.,  Corona del Mar. (949) 673-3515 x 135 /

10Sand Soccer in Huntington Beach     June 7-8
Over 250 youth teams from Southern California and Nevada will be playing in the only 7 v 7 Sand Soccer Tournament in the world. 7am-5pm. HB City Beach: Beach Blvd. & Pacific Coast Highway. 714-969-7817 /

11Taste of the Nation – Laguna Beach     June 8
Proceeds locally benefit the Community Action Partnership of Orange County and  Second Harvest Orange County Food Bank. Both organizations are fighting to end childhood hunger in Orange County. 4-9pm. Montage Laguna Beach: 30801 South Coast Highway. 949-481-7792 /

12Classic Car Show     June 8
The Downtown Business Association is hosting their 19th annual Classic Car Show in downtown San Clemente. The show boasts 300 quality show cars from classic to exotic and is free to the public. The venue includes food booths, vendors, DJ entertainment, a Farmer’s Market, and a whole lot of San Clemente friends. 10am-3pm. Avenida Del Mar. (949) 218-5378 /

13Laguna Dance Festival’s 10th Anniversary Gala – Carnival     June 12
An unforgettable evening of wine, food, live dance, silent auction and other surprises. 7-10pm. [seven-degrees]: 891 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach. 949-715-5578 /


14Rolling for Wishes     June 13
Enjoy an evening of lively casino action, prizes, silent auctions and more at the 7th annual Rolling For Wishes presented by the Young Professionals of Make-A-Wish® Orange County and the Inland Empire. The night will include $150 in casino chips (included with ticket), hosted beer and wine, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and DJ entertainment. 1107 Jamboree Road, Newport Beach. 714-573-9474 /

15Chili at the Beach     June 15
Bring the whole family to kick off Father’s Day Weekend at the beach! Chili at the Beach brings you a chili cook off and salsa tasting benefiting the Boys and Girls Club of Huntington Valley. 11am-6pm. Downtown Huntington Beach: 200 Main Street. 714-536-8300 /

16Paint San Clemente     June 14
The San Clemente Art Association’s Annual Paint San Clemente features a weeklong, citywide Plein Air (outdoor) Painting Competition with an estimated 100 artists participating each year. Community Center (100 N. Calle Seville) (949) 369-0260 /

17Orange County VisionWalk     June 15
Signature fundraising event of the Foundation Fighting Blindness, a nonprofit organization. The Foundation Fighting Blindness is making a difference today to make the world a brighter place for those suffering with retinal degenerative diseases. 9am-12:30pm. Angel Stadium of Anaheim. 310-450-2910 /

18The OC Tourism Classic Golf Tournament     June 18
California’s Golf Coast and Anaheim Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau’s annual golf tournament benefiting the hospitality industry. Shotgun start is 1 p.m. Lunch and dinner reception are all inclusive. 12-8pm. Anaheim Hills Golf Course: 6501 E. Nohl Ranch Road. 714-488-7800 /

19Dana Point Food, Wine & Music Festival     June 21
A portion of the proceeds from your drinks purchases will be donated to the Dana Point 5th Marine Corp Regiment Support Group. Free admission. Free parking and shuttle service available from Dana Hills High School 12-8pm. Sea Terrace Park: 33501 Niguel Road, Dana Point.

20Huntington Beach Celebrates 100 Years of Surfing     June 21
On June 21, 1914, George Freeth demonstrated the art of surfing at the new Huntington Beach Pier’s grand opening. 9am. Huntington City Beach: 400 Pacific Coast Hwy.


21Fete de la Musique     June 21
Summer solstice music celebration. 1:30-4:30pm. Main Beach Cobblestones/Downtown Laguna Beach. 949-497-3748 /


222014 NSSA National Championships     June 26-July 3
The National Scholastic Surfing Association brings its National Championships back to Huntington Beach for the fifth year.  Garnering the highest attendance among all annual youth surfing championships in the nation, the event draws over 900 participants in the various categories. 7am. Huntington City Beach: 1 Main Street. 714-378-0899 /

DDohenySurf-Fest-logooheny Surf Festival     June 28-29
This FREE event will include ALL THINGS SURF: The Kona Brewing Party Place w/ the Still Water “unplugged” stage, surf demonstrations, environmental education, surf Legends and tandem exhibition. Free admission.

This information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.