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Jan
27
Mon
Oracle Challenger Series Newport Beach @ Newport Beach Tennis Club Tickets
Jan 27 – Feb 2 all-day
Oracle Challenger Series Newport Beach @ Newport Beach Tennis Club | Newport Beach | California | United States

Mark Your Calendars!

The Oracle Challenger Series is returning to Newport Beach! This professional tennis tournament is the third stop of the 2019-2020 Oracle Challenger Series, designed to promote American tennis and help up-and-coming players secure both ranking points and prize money. Come out and see some of the sport’s future stars in this free event taking place at the Newport Beach Tennis Club on January 27 – February 2, 2020.

The race is heating up on the Road to Indian Wells, as the top two American women’s and men’s points-getters over the course of the Series receive wildcards into their respective singles main draws at the 2020 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, CA, one of the most prestigious events in professional tennis.

You won’t want to miss this exciting week of tennis action! The event is FREE and open to the public.

Get your free ticket here: https://bit.ly/2RC2E1g.

For additional information about the event, please visit the tournament website.

Feb
15
Sat
Scots Festival & International Highland Games XXVII at The Queen Mary @ The Queen Mary Tickets
Feb 15 all-day
Scots Festival & International Highland Games XXVII at The Queen Mary @ The Queen Mary | Long Beach | California | United States

Paying tribute to Queen Mary’s Scottish legacy, the two-day festival hosts North American Professional Highland Games, authentic pub offerings, dancing, live entertainment, Scottish market and more.

The Queen Mary welcomes back the annual Scots Festival & International Highland Games XXVII. Experience Scottish culture through an array of authentic activities including Highland Games and competitions, traditional dance, cuisine, whisky tastings, bagpiping, live entertainment, and activities for the entire family — all in honor of the Queen Mary’s Scottish ancestry.

Guests can witness professional and amateur competitions in piping, drumming, massed bands, darts, Highland dancing and Highland athletics. This year’s Highland Games welcome the all-new North American Lightweight Women’s Championship. On Sunday, February 16, the top lightweight women in the United States will be competing in all nine Scottish heavy events to crown the 2020 Champion. This year’s roster includes several current World Record holders, so spectators may even be able to witness these talented women break more records during ScotsFestival.

ScotsFestival & International Highland Games XXVII welcomes nearly fifty clans and vendors throughout the weekend. Clans will share their traditions through reenactments and demonstrations. Additional daily activities include sheep herding, falconry demonstrations, and competitions in piping, drumming, marching, darts, and Highland dancing. Festival goers can try their hand in axe throwing, archery, and Scottish dancing classes from Royal Scottish Dance Companies, and enjoy live music throughout each day. The wee laddies and lassies can participate in Queen Mary’s knighting and coronation ceremonies after completing the assigned quests or take part in mini Highland Games with youth competitions in caber toss, archery, potato sack races and tug o’ war.

Tickets to the Queen Mary’s 27th annual ScotsFestival and International Highland Games are on sale now and start at $25 online for adults (ages 12+) and $15 online for children (ages 4-11) for one day general admission. Children under the age of 4 do not require a ticket. VIP tickets start at $45 online for adults, $35 online for children and grant VIP entry, access to shaded VIP lounge and bar, ScotsFestival t-shirt, and access to Cèilidh. Upgrades, ticket add-ons and hotel packages are available. Visit queenmary.com for more information and to purchase tickets.

Feb
16
Sun
Scots Festival & International Highland Games XXVII at The Queen Mary @ The Queen Mary Tickets
Feb 16 all-day
Scots Festival & International Highland Games XXVII at The Queen Mary @ The Queen Mary | Long Beach | California | United States

Paying tribute to Queen Mary’s Scottish legacy, the two-day festival hosts North American Professional Highland Games, authentic pub offerings, dancing, live entertainment, Scottish market and more.

The Queen Mary welcomes back the annual Scots Festival & International Highland Games XXVII. Experience Scottish culture through an array of authentic activities including Highland Games and competitions, traditional dance, cuisine, whisky tastings, bagpiping, live entertainment, and activities for the entire family — all in honor of the Queen Mary’s Scottish ancestry.

Guests can witness professional and amateur competitions in piping, drumming, massed bands, darts, Highland dancing and Highland athletics. This year’s Highland Games welcome the all-new North American Lightweight Women’s Championship. On Sunday, February 16, the top lightweight women in the United States will be competing in all nine Scottish heavy events to crown the 2020 Champion. This year’s roster includes several current World Record holders, so spectators may even be able to witness these talented women break more records during ScotsFestival.

ScotsFestival & International Highland Games XXVII welcomes nearly fifty clans and vendors throughout the weekend. Clans will share their traditions through reenactments and demonstrations. Additional daily activities include sheep herding, falconry demonstrations, and competitions in piping, drumming, marching, darts, and Highland dancing. Festival goers can try their hand in axe throwing, archery, and Scottish dancing classes from Royal Scottish Dance Companies, and enjoy live music throughout each day. The wee laddies and lassies can participate in Queen Mary’s knighting and coronation ceremonies after completing the assigned quests or take part in mini Highland Games with youth competitions in caber toss, archery, potato sack races and tug o’ war.

Tickets to the Queen Mary’s 27th annual ScotsFestival and International Highland Games are on sale now and start at $25 online for adults (ages 12+) and $15 online for children (ages 4-11) for one day general admission. Children under the age of 4 do not require a ticket. VIP tickets start at $45 online for adults, $35 online for children and grant VIP entry, access to shaded VIP lounge and bar, ScotsFestival t-shirt, and access to Cèilidh. Upgrades, ticket add-ons and hotel packages are available. Visit queenmary.com for more information and to purchase tickets.

Feb
24
Mon
Family Autism Night @ Pretend City Children's Museum Tickets
Feb 24 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Family Autism Night @ Pretend City Children's Museum | Irvine | California | United States

Today at Pretend City, we will be hosting a special event for children of all ages who are on the autism spectrum. This is a fun opportunity for families and children to play and interact in an autism-friendly environment. Pretend City wants to enrich your family’s play experience with welcoming smiles and practical support.

Mar
19
Thu
Celebrate Holi Festival @ Pretend City Children's Museum Tickets
Mar 19 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Celebrate Holi Festival @ Pretend City Children's Museum | Irvine | California | United States

The Holi Festival is an ancient Hindu Festival of Love. Holi is also known as the Festival of Colors which is celebrated to mark the arrival of spring. Join us we venture into another cultural celebration where we will learn about the festivals traditions through performances, art, and activities.

Visit the website for additional information.