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March 2017

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Page 83 of 91 84 Parenting OC Magazine | March 2017 GO OC * OTHER NOT-TO-MISS EVENTS FOR March By Michael Berick Occasionally an event listed changes date or location after printing. Always phone ahead to confirm information. Get your event listed! Email Include the name of the event, date, time, address, short description, appropriate age range, fee, phone number and photos. 3 4 5 2 Free Family Day at OCMA Sunday March 5 Pop over to the Orange County Museum of Art and get cre- ative at this Free Family Day event inspired by the museum's "Pop Art Design" exhibit. Families can take part in an artist-designed Pop Art project, go on special, family-geared gallery tours and enjoy impressive youth music and dance performances by Com- pass Dance Company, Community Youth Orchestra of Southern California and Huntington Beach Cities School District Music Pro- grams. If you get hungry, look for the food truck onsite. Orange County Museum of Art | 850 San Clemente Drive, Newport Beach | 949-759-1122| Kids Night Out Friday March 17 Parents, are you looking for a night out? Then you should know that the Los Alamitos Youth Center hosts a Kids Night Out on the third Friday of the month. Each Night Out contains a bunch of fun children's activities, from a scavenger hunt to karaoke. Tonight's theme will be St. Patrick's Day, which makes sense since March 17 is St. Patrick's Day. You can send your child with their own din- ner or snacks, or pay $3 for pizza, snack and a drink. The Youth Center Center | 10909 Oak Street, Los Alamitos 562-493-4043 | Babychella Family Art & Music Festival Sunday March 12 The first-ever Babychella promises to be a big hit with parents who have young children. The festival's tents will be home to a vari- ety of activities, like story time, face painting, bubbles, family yoga, theme photo booths and interactive arts & crafts. There will also be a kids costume contest and musical performances. Food trucks will be on hand as well as changing and breast feeding areas. Blanket and beach chairs are recommended to bring to the park. William R. Mason Regional Park | 18712 University Drive, Irvine 949-923-2220| Orange County Science and Engineering Fair Monday March 20-Wednesday March 22 For over sixty years, the Orange County Science and Engi- neering Fair (OCSEF) has been a showcase where students dis- play their work and compete for a variety of monetary and spe- cial awards. Many of the top exhibits are then shown at California State Science Fair and some have even been included in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Come out and support this year's student projecta and see what today's young minds are dreaming up. OC Fair & Event Center | 88 Fair Dr., Costa Mesa |

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