July 28, 2015
Right next to John Wayne Airport and only a short drive from Azulón, is a wonderful museum. Founded by Major General William Lyon, Lyon Air Museum is located on the west side of John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California. Lyon Air Museum is collocated with Martin Aviation, an award winning jet, turbo-prop and piston-powered aircraft repair facility established in 1923 by famed aviation pioneer Eddie Martin.
The Lyon Air Museum exhibit is comprised of authentic aircraft, rare vehicles and related memorabilia, with emphasis on the defining event of the 20thcentury – World War II. Through captivating and thought provoking exhibits based in historical scholarship, visitors gain a better understanding of the important role the United States plays in shaping world history.
The B-17 Flying Fortress, “Fuddy Duddy” was used as a VIP transport in the Pacific at the end of World War II and was occasionally used for motion picture filming during it’s civilian life. On August 8th, you will get a chance to tour inside this aircraft that once carried General Dwight D. Eisenhower, who later became the33rd President of the United States.
Event Date: Saturday, August 8, 2015 – 10:00 am
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July 22, 2015
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July 16, 2015
The 1968 Exhibit is an ambitious, state-of-the-art, multimedia exhibit that looks at how the experiences of the year fueled a persistent, if often contradictory, sense of identity for the people who were there. It runs now through September 13, 2015. It is the unsettled nature of the debate about damage done or victories won that makes an exhibit on this subject so compelling and urgent. The social forces that swirled through the turbulent 1960s crested in 1968. It was a turning point for a generation coming of age and a nation at war. The year saw the peak of the Vietnam War, the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, riots at the Democratic National Convention, assertions of Black Power at the Olympic Games and feminist demonstrations at the Miss America pageant. Hair opened on Broadway, Laugh-In debuted and became the number-one show on TV, Bonnie and Clyde and The Graduate picked up Oscars and Johnny Cash gave a legendary performance at Folsom Prison. President Lyndon Johnson spoke of a country “challenged, at home and abroad” in his State of the Union address; his successor, Richard Nixon, promised in his nomination acceptance speech that “the long, dark night for America is about to end.” In the closing days of the year, we saw Earth in its entirety for the first time from the window of the Apollo 8 space capsule. CLICK HERE for more info.
July 8, 2015
On July 12 from 2-6:3-pm, celebrate German Heritage Day at Old World in Huntington Beach. The first 500 people can enjoy free food, as well as Donau Schwaben Folk Dancers, Dachshund Races and German American Brass Band all Day. Old World is located at 7561 Center Ave. in Huntington Beach and only a short drive from Azulón. CLICK HERE for more info.
July 1, 2015
Irvine Spectrum Center is turning 20! Celebrate with them and enjoy a day and evening of family-fun games and entertainment. On July 11 from 2pm to 10pm, Giant Wheel Court will be transformed into game central, where guests can challenge each other in bingo, play an oversized Jenga with a game host and DJ – and spin a wheel for prizes. Guests can also enjoy complimentary rides on the dazzling, all-new LED-illuminated Giant Wheel. Additionally, 250 lucky guests will be randomly rewarded instantly with prizes throughout the shopping center. CLICK HERE for more information.