What's Happening in Old Towne Orange

What's Happening in Old Towne Orange
Coffee with a Cop

Thu / Feb 02 / 8 am - 9:30 am
Orange Police Department
Coffee with a Cop
Bringing together police officers, and the community we serve, to discuss and learn more about each other.  Join us at the Starbucks at Tustin & Lincoln.  No agendas, just an opportunity to have conversation.
2734 North Tustin St, Orange CA 928
(714) 744-7444

Artist Reception


Sun / Feb 05 / 2 pm - 4 pm
SEEDS "Full Circle" Gallery
Artist Reception
The OG West Coast Graffiti Girl ShenShen210 exhibits "The Sacred Art of Love."  A free exhibit and open to the public, through April 30.
140 South Glassell St, Orange CA 92866
(909) 929-1390

Chapman Celebrates


Fri & Sat / Feb 10 & 11 / 12 am
Chapman University
Chapman Celebrates
Join this spectacular stage show and "Grand Finale" presentation, presenting the magic of Broadway in a heart-pounding showcase of talent and artistry, benefiting student scholarships.
One University Dr, Orange, CA 92866
(714) 628-2750

Valentine's Dinner


Tue / Feb 14 / 11 am - 11:30 pm
Citrus City Grille
Valentine's Dinner
Dinner for Two.  We invite you and your special someone to an evening filled with exquisite cuisine and a whole lot of love, with a very special menu designed especially for you!
122 North Glassell St, Old Towne Orange CA 92866
(714) 639-9600

"Leap of Art Residency" with Rosanne Cash


Wed & Thu / Feb 15 & 16 / 12 am
Musco Center for the Arts
"Leap of Art Residency" with Rosanne Cash
Wed, Feb 15 at 7:30 pm  A conversation with Rosanne Cash, American Storyteller at Salmon Recital Hall.  Free with pre-registration. Thu, Feb 16 at 11:30 am Book talk and signing on "Composed: a Memoir" featuring author and singer Rosanne Cash at the Leatherby Llibraries.  Free with pre-registration. Thu, Feb 16 at 7:30 pm Performance by Rosanne Cash, a multiple Grammy-winning American recording articst and the daughter of Johnny Cash.  Performing with guitarist, singer and husband John Leventhal.  Tickets from $37-98.
One University Dr, Orange CA 92866
(714) 997-6812

Songs from the Harlem Renaissance


Wed / Mar 01 / 7:30 pm
Musco Center
Songs from the Harlem Renaissance
Captivating audiences and critics around the globe, tenor Lawrence Brownlee has emerged as a pivotal voice for activism and diversity in the performing arts. Hailed as “one of the most in-demand opera singers in the world today” (NPR), Brownlee celebrates Black composers and writers with text drawn from the Harlem Renaissance in his newest recital program, Rising.
One University Dr, Orange, CA 92866
(714) 997-6812


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