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February 4 through 9 at Cal State Fullerton

The Mirror Visions Ensemble will be the ensemble-in-residence at Cal State Fullerton School of Music from February 4 to February 9. CSUF School of Music students will benefit from masterclasses, individual coachings and lessons from members of MVE--including soprano Vira Slywotzky, tenor Scott Murphree, baritone Jesse Blumberg, and composer and pianist Richard Pearson Thomas--culminating in a final concert at the Clayes Performing Arts Center Box Office on February 9 at 8:00 p.m. For tickets:

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Full Moon Rising Brings Special Haunted Tour

There is a full moon rising! The Fullerton Museum Center will mark the occasion with a special Haunted Fullerton Full Moon Walking Tour on Monday, February 22, from 6:00-8:30 p.m.

Patterned after the popular “Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours” that are offered in the fall, the Haunted Fullerton Full Moon Tour will include visits and stories surrounding properties and locations around the city, starting at the Museum Center and ending at the Villa Del Sol with a prepaid refreshments and paranormal investigation. Prior to the tour, attendees can meet and ask questions of representatives with the North Orange County Paranormal Society (N.O.P.S.), from 5:30-6 p.m. Cost of the tour is $18 for general admission, and $15 for Museum members.

The Haunted Fullerton Full Moon Walking Tour includes approximately 1.5 miles of walking and the use of stairs. Attendees are encouraged to pre-register for the popular event and to wear appropriate footwear. Tours are not recommended for children under 13 years old.

The Fullerton Museum Center is located at 301 N. Pomona Ave. For more information or to register, please call the Museum at (714)738-6545.


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Fullerton Day of Music

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Events for Your Calendar

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  • Wednesday Art classes at Museum Center

    Art and history will unite for a series of creative classes at the Fullerton Museum Center’s popular Wednesday Art Studio for children in first through sixth grade. Participants will be able to explore the ancient cultures of Egypt, Greece, China, Medieval Europe, and more, through drawing, painting, oil pastels, metalworking, clay, papier mache, and fused glass. Read More


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  • City watering scheduled adjusted

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  • Be a part of the District Elections Mapping community process!

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  • photography and life's lessons

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  • Brought to you by Dunlap Property Group, featuring the historic Villa Del Sol in downtown Fullerton.

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