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5800 E Santa Ana Canyon Rd
Anaheim, CA 92807
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St. Thomas Korean Catholic Center
  • • Saturday Vigil: 5 pm (Outdoor)
  • • Sunday: 8 am, 9:45 am & 12 pm (Indoor)
  • • Mon, Wed & Thurs: 9 am (Indoor)
(714) 772-3995
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St Cecilia Catholic Church
  • • Weekday Morning Mass: Mon-Sat: 8:30 am (English & Livestream)
  • • Weekday Evening Mass: Tuesday: 7 pm (Español & Tranmision)
  • • Saturday Vigil: 4:00 pm English) 6 pm (Tiếng Việt & Trực Tuyến)
(714) 544-3250
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St. Thomas Korean Catholic Center
  • • Saturday Vigil: 5 pm (Outdoor)
  • • Sunday: 8 am, 9:45 am & 12 pm (Indoor)
  • • Mon, Wed & Thurs: 9 am (Indoor)
(714) 772-3995
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St Cecilia Catholic Church
  • • Weekday Morning Mass: Mon-Sat: 8:30 am (English & Livestream)
  • • Weekday Evening Mass: Tuesday: 7 pm (Español & Tranmision)
  • • Saturday Vigil: 4:00 pm English) 6 pm (Tiếng Việt & Trực Tuyến)
(714) 544-3250
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Muckenthaler Cultural Center Muckenthaler Cultural Center

Take an up close and personal tour of The Muckenthaler Mansion commissioned back in 1924 and ever since gracing the wonderful scenic backdrop in Fullerton resting atop a bucolic hill and consisting of 18-rooms upon an 8.5 acre expanse. Years later, at the bequest of Harold Muckenthaler, his childhood home became a most splendid city cultural center.  The Muck has since produced more than 60 astounding performances, gallery exhibits, festivals and special events along with literally thousands of hours of art education classes. This beautiful site also hosts over 75 weddings and corporate events each year and boasts of an impressive list of accolades and awards in recognition of their cultural arts contribution to local society. 

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LA County Fair LA County Fair

Join in the month-long festivities at the Los Angeles County Fair. This festival became an annual tradition since the first one in 1922. The largest county fair in America, the Los Angeles County Fair links California's agricultural industry and the public. Indulge in traditional fair food, cheer as the horses race around the track, get up close and personal with animals at the petting zoo, check out the circus entertainment and much, much more.

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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Baseball fans unite and step into the "celestial" world of The Los Angeles Angels, an American professional baseball team based in Anaheim and taking their name from nearby Los Angeles. This well-known and cherished team competes in MLB as a member of the American League (AL) West Division and has played all their home games at Angel Stadium since 1966. The Angels' first owner was the legendary Gene Autry, the singing cowboy of stage and film. The mantra "Win One for the Cowboy" refers to Autry who dreamed of the historic day that all fans remember in 2002 when The Angels won the World Series. Angels player Tim Salmon ran into the home dugout and brought out one of Autry's signature white Stetson hats in honor of the "singing cowboy."

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Mother Colony House Mother Colony House

Step back in time and visit The Mother Colony House located in the Anaheim Colony Historic District and one of the first buildings ever constructed in the area dating back from 1857. It is officially classified as an American Territorial Style Cottage built of redwood, with three small rooms, a single gable roof and a flaring eave which fully covers the front porch. George Hansen, a Los Angeles surveyor who built this house for his own home and office, is known today as the "Father of Anaheim.” The Mother Colony House is the oldest museum in Orange County and was designated as a State Historical Landmark. Since then it has been proudly named "A Symbol of Anaheim's Heritage," a name it has rightfully earned.

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