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Snow Day at Brea Dam 1.27.2018

Snow Day at Brea Dam 1.27.2018

Tons of frosty snow will be delivered to the park to enable youngsters to sled, make snow people, and have old-fashioned snowball battles. Children are advised to wear warm clothes and gloves. The event time is 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Three 75-foot sled runs Special sled run for children 5 and under Kids’ Play...
"Juggling for Dummies" & "PT Barnum: Fact and Fiction" @FMC 12.2.17

“Juggling for Dummies” & “PT Barnum: Fact and Fiction” @FMC 12.2.17

Juggling For Dummies @FMC Auditorium Take a break from the Winter Market and learn the basics of juggling with members of the Fullerton Union High School Circus Club. No experience or special skills needed! Adults and children are welcome. Led by teacher Christina Barnum Garner — a distant cousin of circus icon P.T. Barnum — students...
"Exploring the Circus with Timothy Tegge" @FMC 11.25.17

“Exploring the Circus with Timothy Tegge” @FMC 11.25.17

A Life Under the Big Top: Exploring the Circus with Timothy Tegge @ FMC     Timothy Tegge, a third generation showman and performer, was born and raised in the circus. In this program, Timothy will talk about his career, is collection in “Step Right Up”, and demonstrate some of the “tricks of the trade”...
"Step Right Up" Opening Reception 11.11.17

“Step Right Up” Opening Reception 11.11.17

STEP RIGHT UP: Behind the Scenes of the Circus Big Top 1890-1965 Open to the public November 11 through January 7, 2018 Join us for a MAGNIFICENT evening! The night will include a curator’s talk, food, drinks, and live music. Step Right Up! takes viewers behind the scenes of the circus, exploring the dramatic pageantry,...
Fender Museum Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Fender Museum Celebrates 10th Anniversary

LEO FENDER: LIFE AND LEGACY For the past decade the Fullerton Museum Center’s LEO FENDER GALLERY has provided a hometown venue for celebrating the life and works of the city’s most famous and influential son. Clarence Leo Fender was an unassuming man who couldn’t play guitar, yet his creations inspired generations of musicians, and changed...