Monthly Archives: August 2015

365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Anaheim Angels Baseball Game – Day 323

Attending a baseball game makes for a fun outing whether you’re going with family, friends, or coworkers, it is America’s original favorite pastime after all! Even if you don’t keep up with sports, baseball games are simple enough to understand … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Mission San Juan Capistrano – Day 322

Historic landmark, Mission San Juan Capistrano was a spanish colonial in what was colonial Las Californias; known today as Orange County. The Mission is full of culture and history as it was once home to indigenous people before European Catholics … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Starlight Theatre Company – Day 321

Visit this cozy, family owned, community theatre for a mellow day or night out. Starlight theatre seats approximately 50 guests & hosts a variety of productions on your favorite classics, classes, or improv. All shows are kid friendly which makes a … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Kitsch Bar – Day 320

Kitsch Bar is a small lounge bar tucked away in a small strip mall located at the intersection of Baker Street and Bear Street. The bar’s plush round chairs, dim lighting and real candles make it an ideal place for … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – The Noguchi Museum – Day 319

Opened in 1985, the mission of the Noguchi Museum is to advance the understanding and appreciation of Isamu Noguchi’s art and legacy. The intimacy of Noguchi’s design of the Museum is a fundamental and exceptional part of the visitor experience. Noguchi … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Art Crawl Experience – Swingin’ on the Promenade – Day 318

“Art Crawl Experience” or simply “ACE” is a visually invigorating, tastefully titillating, and an auditory explosive art walk and arts festival that takes place in the Downtown Anaheim Arts District from 6pm to 10pm this Saturday, August 8th. The crawl … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Muddy’s Studio – Day 317

The mission behind Muddy’s Studio is to encourage and support the artist in need of a place to work. Their state of the art facility, founded by Kevin A. Myers, offers a unique, exciting and creative environment for the independent clay … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Southwind Kayak Center Rental Base – Day 316

Located between Newport Harbor and the beautiful Back Bay Ecological Reserve, family owned Southwind Kayak rental site has served the Newport area since 1995. If you’re looking for a tranquil but active experience kayaking is a great way to go. … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Jetpack America – Day 315

If you’re up for something adventurous, learn to fly the world’s first recreational jetpack! Jetpack America’s water-propelled jetpack is safe, fun and easy to fly, allowing pilots to hover up to 30 feet above the water! Within minutes, their Certified Flight … Continue reading

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365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Segerstrom Center for the Arts – Day 314

One of the region’s premier performance venues,  Segerstrom Center for the Arts mission is to bring the community together through performance art. Its beautiful and inviting architecture makes a wonderful environment to see a show or take an art class. … Continue reading

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