THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2007
Thursday offerings include wine sampling, chamber of commerce mixers and fundraisers such as the Philharmonic Society boutique shopping just in time for the holidays. But not to be missed also is the free admission to Oktoberfest, an annual event celebrating music, dance and food.
October 18, 2007 Oktoberfest at Old World Village. Get out your lederhosen and learn the Chicken Dance at Oktoberfest in Huntington Beach. The event includes entertainment with German bands, dancing and tasty German foods. A variety of German and assorted beers on tap are sold as well as mixed drinks and liqueurs in shot glasses sold by "shot girls" wearing dirndl skirts. Location: 7561 Center Avenue #49, Huntington Beach, California. Doors open around 6 p.m. Cost: Free admission. Phone: 714-647-7107.
October 18, 2007 Boutique of Lights - Held Oct. 18-20, Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee's second annual Boutique of Lights includes over 20 vendors and artisans, plus Attic Treasures with many gems from Huntington Harbour homes. Jewelry, crafts and art, food and a raffle featuring a gift basket from Salon Ambiance, a Duffy Boat ride, restaurant certificates and more will be in store. This event and the Cruise of Lights proceeds fund music programs for children in Orange County. If you'd like to be a vendor or donate to Attic Treasures, call the HHPC office at (714) 840-7542. Location: Harbour View Clubhouse, 16650 Saybrook (Saybrook Lane near Heil Avenue), Huntington Beach, CA 92649. Time: Thursday 11am to 7pm, Friday 10am to 5pm, Saturday 10am to 3pm. Call: (714) 421-2637. cruiseoflights.org
October 18, 2007 Disc Frisbee Golf - The public is invited to get out and compete in this exciting sport that's relaxing and easy to learn. Location: Huntington Beach Disc Golf Course, Central Park lot off Golden West Street between Talbert and Ellis. Time: Daily. Call: (714) 425-9931.
October 18, 2007 Wine Sampler Evening - Shades Restaurant and Bar offers a special sine connoiseur event. Sample wines from the California wine country regions, plus world selections. An outdoor fire pit setting overlooking the Pacific Ocean has been created for this event. and tasting some of the most delectable wines in the world. Time: 5 - 8 p.m. Cost: $15. Location: Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort, 211000 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA.
October 18, 2007 - Art. On Location exhibit at Golden West College Fine Arts Gallery features contemporary rural and urban paintings of Darlene Campbell, Barrie Mottishaw, David Hines, Kathryn Phillips, Gregory Martin, Suong Yangchareon; Remembering James Fee: Peleliu. The late James Fee’s work last appeared in the Golden West College Fine Art Gallery in the fall of 2001, in the exhibit James Fee Peleliu Project. The Peleliu Project featured photographs by James Fee and photographs by and from the Archives of his father Russell Fee (b.1924, d.1972). James Fee’s father had been in the battle of Peleliu in the Philippines during World War II. The project was James Fee’s personal quest to retrace the steps of his late father. Photographs features in the exhibition are a tribute to James Fee’s memory. Runs through October 19, 2007. Location: Fine Arts Gallery, Golden West College, 15744 Golden West Street, Huntington Beach, Ca. Call: (714) 892-7711 Ext. 51032. Hours: Monday – Thursday, 10 am – 2 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday Evening, 5 – 8 p.m. Admission is free. For further information contact: Cheryl Tittle, Gallery Coordinator (714) 895-8358.
October 18, 2007 Joint Chamber Mixer - Huntington Beach and Westminster Chamber of Commerce will co-host this mixer at Dave's Flowers, 6332 Westminster Blvd., Westminster, CA. Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. (714) 536-8888.
October 18, 2007 Art - Windows Gallery in Huntington Beach Central Library on the first floor features works from amateur and professional artists with varied themes that range from landscapes to abstracts. This mixed media exhibit is free to see. Location: 7111 Talbert Ave., Huntington Beach, CA.
This calendar does not guarantee accuracy of information as events are subject to change.