Date night idea! Celebrate local arts and culture with the 7th year of the Art Crawl Experience series with new dates. Downtown Anaheim’s Art Crawl Experience (ACE) is a quarterly art walk and arts festival which takes place on February 11, May 13, August 19 and November 18, 2017 from 6-10pm. Guests to the event will revel in the artsy attractions ranging from artists demonstrating their creative process to craftspeople showcasing their handcrafted works of art to delectable artisans and to fire dancers and local musicians.
Since the first Art Crawl of the new year will take place the weekend before Valentine’s Day, February 11. Participating artists and indie crafters will build their works around the theme of “love.” ACE is definitely a date night destination, a place where folks can stroll through a cascade of canopies illuminated by Euro-style twinkling market lights, shop for one-of-a-kind gifts, dine at a downtown eateries and sip on beverages along the way. Guests can show off their artistic skills by painting with artist, Jack Knight of GOALS. To add to the love-themed festivities, the first 50 single ladies who visit the CTR ST Anaheim booth will receive 1 single stem rose.
The crawl stretches from Clementine to Anaheim Boulevard along neo-vintage Center Street Promenade with activities featured at MUZEO, Center Gallery and the Anaheim Packing District. Art lovers can walk or even crawl throughout Downtown Anaheim’s Art Crawl Experience.
For more information, call (714) 956-3586 or visit www.downtownanaheim.com/events/ace/
Santa Mickey and Minnie Mouse in the holiday spirit!
Last week I had the opportunity to head over to the Disneyland Resort and experience all that Disneyland has to offer during the holidays. It’s no secret that along with probably millions of others, my favorite time of year to visit the Disneyland Resort is during the holiday season. There is something just so magical about visiting Disneyland and Disney California Adventure during this time of the year.
Christmas Tree on Main Street USA
The Disneyland Resort is dressed up for the holiday season until Jaunary 8th, 2012. My absolute favorite thing about heading to Disneyland during the holidays is without a doubt is the “Believe…in Holiday Magic” Fireworks show and snow falling after the firework show. It never fails. I cry like a baby every time the snow starts falling and I see the sparkle in my children’s eyes as they revel in the magic of the holidays and Disney. It really is the stuff that memories are made off and heading to the Disneyland Resort during the holiday season has become a tradition for our family and has allowed me to create many beautiful memories with my family.
One of Santa's Reindeer
Here are some of the special events and attractions that are taking place throughout the Disneyland Resort during the holiday season.
- It’s a Small World Holiday: This favorite attraction is all dressed up for the holidays as it celebrates the holidays throughout the world.
- Christmas Fantasy Parade: Save a seat with the family and enjoy watching this festive parade, featuring your favorite Disney characters and of course Santa! Check times of parade. You won’t want to miss it!
- Santa’s Reindeer Round Up- Head over to Frontierland for some one on one time with Santa and to have an up and close look at real live reindeer!
- Haunted Mansion Holiday- Join Jack Skellington and friends as they transform the Haunted Mansion just in time for the holidays.
It's a Small World Holiday
Disney California Adventure
- World of Color – Our favorite show is revamped for the holidays and better than ever!
- Santa’s Seaside Pavillion- Stop over in Paradise Pier and have your picture taken with the Big Guy in Red!
- Cinderella and Prince Charming
The resort is truly magical during this time of year and the decorations throughout the park are amazing. I learned that there are over 700 trees throughout the resort that are decorated! It’s touches like this that make heading to Disneyland during the holidays. Get ready to make some memories at the Disneyland Resort. A visit is a must during this holiday season! For resort hours and other information head here.
P.S. Don’t forget to buy one of the holiday mugs on Main Street filled with hot chocolate. It’s become a tradition for our family and they make the best mugs! We grab a mug before the fireworks start and enjoy our hot cocoa and snow. It truly is the best!