Monthly Archives: August 2015

Orange County September Events 2015


Orange County

Farmers Markets Ongoing
List of Farmers Markets in Orange County

Laguna Dance Festival Sept 3 – 13
Celebrating their 11th anniversary, Laguna Dance Festival is dedicated to the development of  audience awareness and provides access to all forms of dance through the presentation of dance events from world-renown dance companies and educational opportunities.

Orange International Street Fair Sept 4 – 6
International foods, crafts, folk dancing and music. Many different ethnic foods and costume. The Street Fair has become known for the variety of food reflecting cuisine from around the world. They provide food, drink, entertainment and crafts to the visitors.

Disneyland Half Marathon Sept 6

Annual Coastline Car Classic Sept 7
Featuring an extraordinary display of show cars from distinguished European and American Classics to racy Street Rods, Sports Cars and custom Woodies. The seaside setting for this event is an exciting venue for family, friends and extreme car enthusiasts. Vintage & dealer select automobiles in 13 classes will be at this judged event.

Senior Saturday Community Festival Sept 12
The Huntington Beach Council on Aging (HBCOA) is proud to announce its 27th annual “Senior Saturday Community Festival” to be held at the beautiful Pier Plaza in downtown Huntington

Orange County Beer Festival Sept 12
This year there will be over 80 breweries serving over 175 craft & import beers plus awesome food, live entertainment, beer seminars, all at the best location in Orange County. No one under the age of 21 will be admitted.

Tall Ships Festival Sept 12 – 13
Nine tall ships from up and down the California coast are expected to participate in the weekend. On shore, visitors can enjoy pirate encampments, live entertainment and see the many exhibits and sea creatures at the Ocean Institute.

Oktoberfest Sept 13
If you love to drink beer, eat bratwürst and sauerkraut and enjoy dancing to “Oompah-pa music directly from Linzerbuben, Austria, then you’ll love the Oktoberfest at Old World Village with its traditional German festivity.

California Celtic Classic (Irish & Scottish Festival) Sept 13
The event will also feature one whole field dedicated to the Irish marketplace, music and attractions with another field dedicated to the Scottish marketplace, music and attractions. Both will share a common food court area, other Celtic Nations attractions and an expanded Celtic Beer Festival.

Brea Jazzestival Sept 18 – 20
The Jazz Festival is a crowd favorite from people in and around Orange County. The outdoor event draws well over 12,000 people during the four-weekend musical jazz extravaganza in the month of September. People can also bring their chairs and watch the festival from their vantage point, as Brea Downtown sets the ambiance.

Irvine Park Railroad Pumpkin Patch Sept 19 – Oct 31
Irvine Park Railroad’s ninth annual pumpkin patch is fun for the entire family! Activities include train rides, hay rides, a child friendly haunted house, a hay maze, a moon bounce, face painting, picture stands, John Deere tractor races and a lot more.

Dozynki Harvest Festival Sept 19 – 20
Celebrating Polish culture with food, music dancing and exhibits. Held at the Pope John Paul II Polish Center.

St NorbertFest Sept 19 – 21
The annual St. Norbertfest (formerly Oktoberfest) continues to grow and helps to build the parish, school, and the Orange community. There will be great food fun games such as Sumo Mania, bingo, raffles, exciting ridesand awesome entertainment for everyone—it’s a perfect time for fellowship!

San Juan Capistrano Greek Festival Sept 22 – 27
Be Greek for the day! Enjoy authentic Greek food and pastries, live Greek music and dancing, shopping at the Greek bazaar, kid friendly activities and exhibits featuring Byzantine icons and traditional Greek attire.

Irvine Global Village Festival Sept 26
This daylong event features over 100 musical, dance and demonstration performances;  international cuisine; a Kids Village with craft and activities; cultural and religious exhibits
and an international marketplace.

Cruisin’ For A Cure Sept 26
A full day of more than 3,500 hot rod, classic & muscle cars plus other activities including more than 200 vendors, live music, prizes and food. Also, men and their families are encouraged to
learn more about prostate cancer, a disease that kills thousands of men a year.