Take A Haunting Walking Tour in Fullerton

If you are looking to get spooked this Halloween, the Fullerton Museum Center’s “Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours” may just scare the socks off of you. The event is returning for its 16th straight year and features tours given on Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m from now until Nov. 5 (so there is still time to get spooked). On Halloween, the Museum will offer a special tour with an extra bit of scariness. The tours tend to be quite popular and do book up quickly (particularly the actually Halloween tour).  If you plan to have some Halloween fun, be sure to book your tours now.


These events can be quite scary and they are not recommended for any young children under the age of 13 (and even then, it might be too much). Have a safe and fun Halloween, and be sure to avoid any ghosts on the tour. Here is some more info on the event and a link to purchase tickets.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016: 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Phone: (714) 738-6545


Get Your Free Admission Into the Downtown Fullerton Museum

Now that fall is in full swing, finding fun activities can be difficult. However, if you love Museums, the Fullerton Museum will be offering free admission throughout the month of October. The Museum will host a market area with a beer garden and various food and craft vendors. All proceeds from the beer and wine garden will be used to fund the Museum’s exhibits and various educational programs.


If you are looking to give back this fall, will also enjoying a nice beer or glass of wine, the Fullerton Museum market is the place to be in October. The festivities take place on Thursday from 4pm to 8pm. Here is a link to find out more info about the event: http://www.cityoffullerton.com/resident/community_events/fullerton_market.asp. Have fun and enjoy the month of October.

Octoberfest Comes Early in Fullerton

Are you ready for Octoberfest? Despite what the name might suggest, Oktoberfest gets a head start this year since the beer festivals starts in September! Starting on the 16th and lasting thru October 30th the Phoenix Club’s annual October fest will be open in Orange county. The authentic October fest event features German food, folk dancing and German beers on tap. The festivities will also feature live German bands and a bounce house for the kids.

Sundays will be family day with free train rides and $5 pony rides. If you are looking for some good food and tasty beers this fall, the Phoenix Club’s October fest is the event to attend. For more information, please call 714-563-4166, ext 2. Have fun and enjoy the mouthwatering beer for us! The kick off information is below. Click here for more info.

Friday September 16, 2016

6:00 PM

The Phoenix Club’s Oktoberfest 2016

Head Out to the Fullerton Farmer’s Market

The 2016 Fullerton Farmers Market is in full swing and ready to continue all summer long. If you are looking for fresh veggies, hand crafted items, or want to meet health minded people, this is the community event to attend. The market will feature kid’s activities, a beer and wine gardens, live entertainment, food and much more. The festivities begin at 6:30pm and last until 8:30pm every weekend in Fullerton.


If you are looking to attend the weekly events, become a vendor, or simple want  more information, call the Fullerton Museum Center at 714-738-6545. The farmers market is free and open to the community. Get involved with your city by attending and getting to meet the people you live near. Have fun and enjoy the fresh veggies with your family and friends.

Send Your Kids To Summer Camp In Fullerton

It is going to be a long summer and if you don’t have anything for the kids to do, your apartment might be a war zone. If you are looking to keep the kids busy and entertained all summer long, why not send them to a daily summer camp in Fullerton? The Fullerton parks and rec department will be hosting a daily kids summer camp (which is already gong on) which spreads into late August and will feature games, activities, crafts and excursions. Here is a bit more information about the summer camp, to sign up visit:  https://www.cityoffullerton.com/gov/departments/parks_n_recreation/programs/hillcrest_day_camp/summer.asp


Monday – Friday (10 Weeks)

Starting May 31 through August 5, 2016

(Holiday on Monday, July 4; * $149/ 4 day week)

Hillcrest Park Recreation Center

Downstairs at 1155 N. Lemon St.

(Lemon St. and Valley View)


Summer Tourist Attractions In Fullerton

Just because you live in Fullerton doesn’t mean you can’t act like a tourist and enjoy the city. Most of the time we get so busy with life and other obligations that we forget to enjoy all the great sites and attractions in our own area. There is no need to drive miles away to have some fun and enjoy life this summer; Fullerton has a host of great attractions for the entire family. Here is a quick look at three great options to try over the next few months.


Fullerton Arboretum

1900 Associated Rd
Fullerton, CA 92831

Phone number: (657) 278-3407


Fullerton Loop Bike Trail

1275 N Berkeley Ave
Fullerton, CA 92832

Phone number: (276) 226-1478


Fullerton Museum Center

301 N Pomona Ave
Fullerton, CA 92832

Phone number(714) 738-6545


Attend the Annual Muckenthaler Motorcar Festival Fullerton

“A One-of-a-kind Automotive Cultural Event. Featuring car rally, motor movies & Concours d’Elegance and Horseless Carriage Tour.”

If you are looking for some pre-summer fun in the city of Fullerton and love classic cars the Muckenthaler Motorcar Festival is the event you’ve been waiting for. The festival is free and open to the public and will feature a line of classic cars, food booths, arts and crafts booths and other entertainment for both kids and adults. The event is a great way to meet other Fullerton locals who share your passions and hobbies. Stop by this motorcar show to have a great time in your city. Let us know how the event went in the comments sections if you do attend.


When: Saturday, May 17

Time: 8am to 2pm

Location: Muckenthaler Cultural Center

1201 W Malvern Ave

For more information, call: 714-738-6595

Fullerton Classes and Activities For Your Kids

If you have kids, then you know that summer is a busy time for the little ones, who want to be anywhere but inside an apartment. The trouble, however, is finding the right classes or activities to let your children participate in over the summer. Luckily, the city of Fullerton has an active park and recreation program with events and classes for the little ones taking place every week. Here are two great art classes to sign your

kids up for during spring and summer. Enjoy and be sure to keep the kids busy over the next few months.


Art Innovators

3:30 to 4:30pm

Price: $68 for residents

Ages: 5 to 11


Wednesday Art Studio

2:00 to 4:00pm

Price: $45

Ages: 6 to 12


For more information or to sign up for a class, click here.

Fullerton Events: Have a Snow Day

Are you ready for a fun filled day in the snow? On Saturday, January 30th the City of Fullerton will host a kids snow day at the Brea Dam. The event will feature a 75’ sled run, a toddler area for kids five and younger, a hot chocolate and marshmallow station and other great activities. The event is expected to sell out, so please pre-register at www.fulleroneconnect.com or by visit or calling the Fullerton Community Center at (714) 738-6575. The snow day will also include:

  • Three 75’ sled run
  • Toddler sled run and Play Zone (5 and under)
  • Blast Zone
  • Music
  • Crafts and games for kids
  • Food for purchase


Snow Day in Fullerton
When: Saturday, January 30
Price: $12 (Residents Pre reg) $15 Day of
$15 (Nonresidents pre reg) $18 Day of


So be sure to sign up your kids as soon as possible.