We realize that sometimes our Grub Guides are full of boozy festivals and not much else. This week is different. Plant sales, a grand opening and even a “green” recipe are on deck this week. Sure, there’s still booze; it just isn’t the main focus. Sandwich for a Cause – all OC Mendocino Farms […]
Nori Uyematsu is a Korean War veteran, and he was at the Nikkei Heritage Museum in the Fullerton Arboretum recently to see their current exhibit, “What If Heroes Were Not Welcome Home?” Put on by the Oregon Historical Society, it examines the racism experienced by Japanese-Americans World War II veterans upon their return home to […]
Bow down to the divine light and connect to your mind, body and soul with the natural sounds and fresh air at the Fullerton Arboretum. Instructors Cosette Deza and Sarah Starr alternate Saturday mornings, hosting a moving meditation through the arboretum's vibrant landscapes. Free the yogi spirit within you while embracing the warm sun and […]
It's the naturist yin to Cal State Fullerton's brutalist yang, 26 acres of gardens and solace, with events and workshops happening throughout the year. Make sure to go to the annual VeggiePalooza, which is exactly what it sounds like.
Whether a stressed-out college kid or someone needing to check out of urban sprawl for a while, the Fullerton Arboretum provides an oasis of landscapes. Located on the northeast side of Cal State Fullerton, the botanical garden features woodlands, desert, cultivated and Mediterranean collections. There's no need to worry about student parking here, and entrance […]
Whether you maintain a Victory Garden, drip-irrigated exotic botanical showpiece, or just a few cooking herbs growing on the window sill, you, child of God, are a grower. And you'll find something to admire, learn about, or be in awe of at the annual plant and garden show at the county’s biggest botanical gardens, the […]
This preserved Victorian-era home was originally built for and occupied by Fullerton physician Dr. George C. Clark and stood at the corner of Amerige and Harvard (now Lemon). In 1972, the house was moved to its current location in the Fullerton Arboretum and now hosts tours and workshops that present the lifestyle and culture of […]