Browse this list of upcoming Fullerton Arboretum special events and sign up for some today!
Buy one ticket & bring a guest, free!
Join In the botanical celebration!
Enjoy Food, Wine, Aroma Balancing and Massage.
$50.00 per person. Advance registration required.
Fee Includes: $25.00 Aveda Gift Card & Gift Bag Valued at $75.00
Aveda is a plant based beauty brand and "strives to set an example for environmental leadership and responsibility." This event celebrates the plant diversity bees make possible and proceeds will benefit the honeybee program at Fullerton Arboretum.
Friday, Dec. 12
Sentimental Journey: Christmas 1945
The Victorian Society holds its annual Christmas event this year on December 12 and 13 from 6pm - 9pm. The evening features a Victorian melodrama at the Heritage House and refreshments and entertainment in our Pavilion area.
WWII is finally over, the "boys" are coming home, Fibber McGee and Molly are on the radio making us laugh. . .and there seems to be a "For Sale" sign in front of the Clark's first home!
Join the Victorian Society at the Fullerton Arboretum as we take a "sentimental journey" back in time--sit in on that famous "Christmas Tree" radio broadcast! Party at the USO! Watch as the swing dancers amaze you with their fancy footwork--anyone want to join in? Look at those '40's cars in front of the Heritage House--is that Father Christmas with a truck full of oranges for good little girls and boys? Oh, yes--listen in as potential buyers (and some nosy neighbors) deal with Fullerton's best real estate saleswoman!
*Ticket includes full evening program and light refreshments. Gate opens at 5:30pm - please plan to arrive no later than 5:45pm to claim your tickets.
While program is "family friendly," it is likely to be of greater interest to adults.
Saturday, Dec. 13
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