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DIY New Year's Wreath

If you are looking for an easy, quick, fun New Years decoration we have the one for you! In less than 10 minutes, this winter craft will jazz up your front door or it will brighten up any room in your house!  What you will need: 1 Wreath (foam) 2 - 3 Tinsel Garlands Fun festive embellishments such as ribbons, fake flowers, ornaments, string etc. Continue reading

Published on Tuesday, December 29, 2015

3 Fun Newport Beach New Year's Eve Plans

Option 1: Gatsby Glam NYE Party at Aqua Lounge        Welcome the New Year roaring 20's style at Aqua Lounge at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach. You will truly roar into the New Year! Your night will be filled with glitz, glam, glitter and of course your favorite drink of choice.  When : 9 pm to 1 am Where : Aqua Lounge, 690 Continue reading

Published on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Old World Christmas Market

Old World Huntington Beach is hosting this year's German Christmas Market on December 20th! This Christmas Market will make you feel as though you have been transported all the way to Germany.  Browse the wide assortment of vendors and admire all of the unique handmade crafts and gifts. Snack on traditional German food like curry Continue reading

Published on Friday, December 18, 2015

Breakfast with Santa at Disneyland

Santa Claus is coming to Downtown Disney!  Get the most out of your disneyland vacation.  Stay in Newport Beach in one of our Newport Beach Vacation Properties , and visit Santa at Downtown Disney.  On December 19, 20, or 21st, join Santa and his elves at Catal Restaurant in Downtown Disney for a fun-filled, family event including a delectable Continue reading

Published on Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade

  A Historic Tradition To Be Carried On The Christmas Boat Parade is one of Newport Beach's many claim to fames. It has a long history dating all the way back to 1919 when Joseph Beek, the owner and operator of the Balboa Ferry, started the “Balboa Tournament of Lights”. People flocked from all over to come see the lights including both Continue reading

Published on Monday, December 7, 2015