Huntington Beach Historical Society’s Civil War Days The 17th Annual Civil War Days celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and features nearly 1,000 re-enactors giving live weapons demonstrations, living histories and battle reenactments. Location: 7111 Talbert Ave.
Oktoberfest at Old World Village Get out your lederhosen and learn the Chicken Dance at Oktoberfest in Huntington Beach. The 35th annual event includes German bands, dancing and tasty German foods from bratwürst with potato salad to apple strudel. Oktoberfest offers family-fun days and adults-only nights. Location: 7561 Center Ave.
Bring your family, friends, chairs, blankets and a picnic dinner for this Huntington Beach tradition. The Huntington Beach Concert Band is commemorating it’s 38th year as the cultural representative of Huntington Beach by sponsoring this summer’s series of eleven free concerts in the park. Location: 7111 Talbert Ave
Bolsa Chica Service Day Work with the enthusiastic staff to help restore the natural habitat of the Bolsa Chica Land Trust. Remove trash and non-native plant species all the while enjoying a beautiful day in the sun. Location: 3842 Warner Ave.
Shipley Nature Center – Restoration Days The Friends of Shipley Nature Center invite the public to participate in planting, weeding, birding, walking, and other nature related activities the first Saturday of each month. Location: 17851 Goldenwest Street
Art-A-Faire Located in a beautiful beach-side setting, the Art-A-Faire features more than 50 vendors selling unique, hand-made gifts and crafts. From knitted scarves to turquoise jewelry and surf-related merchandise, you can find something for everyone on your shopping list. Location: 1 Main Street
Sep 5, Monday
Doggie Date Night It’s a patio party for your pup! Bring your best friend down to Fred’s Mexican Cafe on Monday nights for Doggie Date Night and get a free doggie dinner with the purchase of an entree. Location: 300 Pacific Coast Hwy