7 New Reasons to Visit Discovery Cube OC

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The Discovery Cube OC expansion opened in June 2015. We've written a review of what you can expect including 7 New Reasons to Visit Discovery Cube OC. I got to experience the new exhibits at a media preview right before the expansion was completed, then our volunteer park reporter (Lisa) brought her boys to see the completed version. Although, I'm sharing what's new AT … [Read more...]

Ultimate Guide to City Recreation Programs and Calendars in OC

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Welcome to the ultimate guide to city recreation programs and calendars in OC with links to each city's community calendar or recreation classes and activities guides. If you live in Orange County, chances are you get a recreation guide mailed to you on a seasonal basis or at least a community newsletter. But we are all accustomed to traveling between many different OC cities … [Read more...]

The Day “New” Happened at Discovery Cube OC

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Bloggers covered it. The OC Register covered it. And lots of people are talking about the expansion finally opening. But you really need to visit and see for yourself! I don't want to spoil the surprise too much. We got to visit as part of a media preview. Although, I'm sharing what's new AT the Cube - the coolest bit of this expansion is what happens outside the cube! … [Read more...]

Back Bay Science Center Community Days in Newport Beach

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Back Bay Science Center is open on Sundays for Community Days from 10am to 2pm -- making it the perfect destination for a bike ride along Back Bay Drive (Mountains to Sea Trail & Bikeway) from Vista Point.  It’s an open house style event with tanks to see and volunteers to help guide you through the Center’s exhibits. Directions to Back Bay Science Center: When … [Read more...]

Moro Beach at Crystal Cove State Park

Moro Beach at Crystal Cove State Park

Moro Beach is very confusing with all its names: El Moro, Moro Cove, or El Moro Canyon. The signage seems to indicate that they've decided on Moro Canyon Area - as a way to describe the beach, canyon, and hiking/biking trails. Whatever you want to call it, you enter near El Morro Elementary School off Pacific Coast Highway just north of Laguna Beach. And, yes, I spelled the … [Read more...]