When the celebration mode is on, Santa Ana is at its best! Participate in these festive events and welcome the New Year.
2017, New Years Eve Masquerade Party at The Copper Door, 225 N. Broadway Basement is the most happening event in your apartment city. Three DJ’s on the mix will keep you engaged with the dance grooves. Be here with your party crazy friends on December 31st 7PM-2AM. Tickets are priced between $15 pre sales to $20 at door. This includes express entry, free champagne to toast, masquerade mask, and surprise party flavors. Let the confetti canons and champagne take you through the New Year countdown and ring in 2017 with full enthusiasm and excitement. Guests above 21 years are permitted at this event. If you do not want to miss this fun party, reserve your table today.
These family friendly events in Santa Ana are hard to miss! Be a part of the festivities and celebrations happening in your apartment city.
Did you book for Santa Ana Noise Fest VIII? This musical event at Orange County Center at Contemporary Art, 117 N Sycamore St can be a perfect holiday celebration for you and your friends on December 17th 6PM-12AM.
Reel Big Fish and The Untouchables are performing at Yost Theatre on December 17th 8PM and December 18th 2PM. Be a part of this exceptional live show with a payment of $20. Get your tickets here.
Stronger Together Lesbian New Years Eve Celebration is a fun event at Original Mike’s Restaurant, 100 Main Street on December 31st 8PM-2AM. This event is mainly to build unity in the community. Food, dance, style and drinks are just a part of the celebration. Ticket of $25 will give you an opportunity to interact with some of the wonderful people of Santa Ana.
We’re always looking for exciting places in town that we think you’ll love and Chapter One is one of them. Chapter One: A Modern Local is a literary-themed restaurant that has plenty of ways to make your evening a memorable one.
Housed in what used to be a bookstore, this is one hip hangout that is perfect for date night or an evening out with your pals. Featuring modern cuisine and pub-style fare, there’s a little something for everyone.And when it comes to cocktails and beer selections, you won’t be disappointed. An extensive drink menu with plenty of specials awaits you. Be sure to check out their Lunch and Dinner menus, too!
Feel like taking it to the next level? Their Red Room is perfect for hosting your private event or birthday party. If this sounds as good to you as it does to us, make a reservation or call 714-352-2225 for more information.
Presenting classic and contemporary cult cinema, Friday Night Freakouts is back this December in Santa Ana and now is the time to mark your calendars. Every week, you’ll have the opportunity to see a classic film. Friday Night Freakouts is held at The Frida Cinema, which is located at 305 E 4th Street.
This December 2, you’ll be able to enjoy the classic 1984 film Gremlins. It’s a little bit of Christmas and a whole lot fun when a young boy gets a new pet for Christmas. But be careful. If you don’t follow the rules for taking care of this pet, chaos ensues, which is exactly what happens.
Produced by Steven Spielberg, this fantasy tale has become an annual tradition for the Holiday season. The movie starts at 11:00 pm and you can purchase advance tickets here. Really want to take it up a notch? Get excited by watching the Gremlins trailer before you head out.
Are you still running out of ideas for Thanksgiving side dishes. Check them out here.
Sauteed Mushrooms and Green Beans is a quick and easy recipe. Toss blanched green beans and sliced mushrooms in a skillet with heated butter. Add salt and pepper according to your taste. Fried onions will add crunch to the food.
If you are looking out for something sweet, Cranberry Grape Sauce can be a nice idea. You will need cranberry, seedless black grapes, shallots, orange juice and orange zest. This will definitely be an awesome treat for your guests.
Many of us don’t prefer veggies. But crispy Squash Spinach Salad is quite tempting to reject. Roast a squash in a preheated oven at 425 degrees F. Sauté shallot, bacon with red wine vinegar and brown sugar. Salt and black pepper is mandatory. In a bowl of spinach place the roasted squash and pour the mixture on top of it.
If you and your friends are hunting for some cheap yet fun Friday night activities in Santa Ana, rest assured, these places won’t disappoint you.
Carefully prepared and yummy sushi rolls are available at Sushi Murasaki on 2901 W MacArthur Blvd #108. This modern Japanese restaurant remains open until 10PM on Fridays. Delectable dinner menu with sake can be a good start to an awesome weekend.
How about attending a live music show at The Observatory! Book your tickets for Nekromantix, Masego+ Traphouse Jazz Band and Galantis which are some of the upcoming events on November 18th. Grab a bite at The O.
Jerome Park remains open until 8PM. You can kickstart your weekend by having a refreshing walk through the park on a Friday evening.
Silver Trumpet Restaurant and Bar is located at Avenue of the Arts Costa Mesa. Enjoy private dining at the lakeside eatery at your ease as the place stays open until 1AM.
The Fall season is full of festivities. Here are a few more to make you stay active in the apartment city of Santa Ana.
Loved by both adults and kids, Santa Ana Zoo is a place you can visit anytime round the year. Located on 1801 E Chestnut Ave, this 20 acre zoo features animals and plants which belongs to Central and South America. It stays open daily from 10AM-4PM.
Bowers Museum on 2002 N Main St is ideally for those who are fond of exhibitions, travel programs, lectures, musical performances and art classes. Bowers Children’s Museum is dedicated towards children’s art and music education.
Santora Building is a mile’s walk from your apartment. Though marked for its architecture, pay a visit for its exclusive galleries, retail stores and restaurants.
Yost Theater on 307 N Spurgeon St is the heart of Montclair. Various events take place here throughout the year. Attend any of those with your friends.
Are you running short of fun activities in Santa Ana? Here are some upcoming November events which will keep you busy for the rest of the Fall season.
Celebrate life at Mexican Day of The Dead Festival at Bowers Museum, 2002 N. Main St. on November 6th from 11AM-3.30PM. Enjoy music, dance and art after you honor the departed loved ones.
If dancing makes your day, participate in Bachata Workshop with Aubrey Ares on November 12th from 2PM-4PM at VIP Dance Studio, 3625 West Macarthur Boulevard, #308. Tickets range between $25-$40.
Off Campus Open House at San Francisco Art Institute will feature SFAI’s programs where you can connect with faculty, students, alumni and Admissions Counselors. Attend this free event on November 13th from 12PM-4PM at DoubleTree Club, 7 Hutton Centre.
To sharpen your cooking skills this Holiday season, attend Thanksgiving Cooking Class on November 16th from 7PM-9PM at 4th Street Market on 201 E 4th St.