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NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters & ITF Wheelchair Double Masters

Thirty eight superhumans, including three from the United States, are traveling to Mission Viejo this week to compete in the Wheelchair Tennis Masters at the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion. Mission Viejo will be the first U.S. city to host the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Masters. November 5th through the 11th, the world’s top 20 singles more…

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Aquarium of the Pacific

The Aquarium of the Pacific showcases planet Earth’s largest and most diverse body of water, the Pacific Ocean, and is the 4th most attended aquarium in the country. Located on Rainbow Harbor in Long Beach, across the water from the Long Beach Convention Center, Shoreline Village, and the Queen Mary, the Aquarium of the Pacific more…

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Spooky Science at the Discovery Science Center

Now through October 31st the Discovery Science Center located in Santa Ana, only two miles away from the Ayres Inn Orange, is getting in the Halloween spirit with their new Spooky Science exhibit. Each weekend in October has a special theme which will explore various spooky subjects. Creepy crawlers, pumpkins, and friendly spooks will be more…

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The USTA Regional Tournament – Costa Mesa

The United States Tennis Association Regional Tournament will be taking place Saturday, October 26th through Monday, October 28th at the Costa Mesa Tennis Center. Junior pro tennis players, young women ages 16 to 18, will be competing as singles and doubles during this highly anticipated competition. These are the top youth players in the United more…

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Disneyland’s Halloween Time

This October, the Disneyland Resort of Southern California presents their “Halloween Time” celebration. The entire resort is festooned with Halloween decorations starting at the entrance gates. Main Street is decked out in orange and yellow garland, with over 300 unique hand carved pumpkins for the Pumpkin Festival. Town Square, at the end of Main Street, more…

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