Things to do in Orange County July 28 -Aug. 3 – Orange County Register

Friday, July 28

“My Son Pinocchio Jr.”: Out of the Box Learning presents a classic Disney production at Saddleback College. Enjoy the tale of an aging toy maker and his beloved wooden puppet performed entirely by kids. Free. Showtimes at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 28000 Marguerite Parkway, Mission Viejo. 949-582-4500 or saddleback.edu

 

Join a 9-day celebration of surfing and surf culture in Huntington Beach, starting July 29. (Photo Courtesy of Vans US Open of Surfing)

Saturday, July 29

“2017 Vans US Open of Surfing”: Come out and enjoy a 9-day celebration of surfing and surf culture in Huntington Beach. Watch the top surfers in the world compete along with skateboarding and BMX competitions at the beach. This family-friendly event will feature sponsor exhibits on the sand, free outdoor movie showings, art installations, more than 20 sponsors, musical performances and athlete meet and greets. Free. 6 a.m.-7 p.m. Recurring daily through Aug. 6. 315 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach. 714-969-3492 or surfcityusa.com

“David Allan Coe”: Listen to live performance by David Allan Coe and special guests at the M3 Live Anaheim Event Center. Food and a full bar will be available for purchase. All ages are welcome. $30-$50. 6:30 p.m. 2232 S. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim. 714-522-8256 or brownpapertickets.com

Sunday, July 30

“Armenian American Picnic”: Enjoy a day of Armenian music by the Hosharian Brothers, kids games , raffle prizes and a Shish Kebab lunch at Mason Regional Park. Parking fee required per car entry. $12-$25. Noon. July 30. 18712 University Drive, Irvine. 714-321-8671 or octrexarmenianpicnic.com

Monday, July 31

“Just Plein Fun”: In the celebration of this event’s 12th year, eight award-winning artists will paint scenes on Balboa Island from sunrise to sunset. The freshly painted work will be available to view and purchase each day. Visitors can get a free Just Plein Fun passport to enter to win prizes, including gift certificates to local…

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