Arovista is a safe and nurturing school that provides challenging opportunities for both academic and social growth by utilizing rigorous, differentiated, creative, and relevant learning experiences. Arovista students will be responsible, cooperative, and caring contributors to our community prepared to meet the demands of an ever-changing future.
Enjoy the Descanso Beach as the afternoon kicks off with the Descanso Beach Club's Beach Party scene, Catalina Island's only beach party offering. With DJs spinning, happy hour specials and live music, Catalina's entertainment just got more exciting.
Hacienda Mexican Restaurant Happy Hour Specials every week day from 3pm-6pm. $10 beer buckets (mix and match), Top Shelf Margaritas & half price dips. Hacienda Mexican Restaurant Happy Hour Specials every week day from 3pm-6pm. $10 beer buckets (mix and match), Top Shelf Margaritas & half price dips.
The La Habra Historical Museum has opened a new exhibit, "Defenders of Our Freedom," in honor of our military, past and present. The exhibit features uniforms from WWI through today, and memorabilia on loan from over 40 different individuals.
Home to the Annual Taste of the Heights food festival and some of the County’s top tennis programs, Pathfinder Community Regional Park is the place to play! Located atop lush green hills in the community of Rowland Heights, this modern facility encompasses 29-acres with a scenic view of beautiful mountains that will astound you.
Peter F. Schabarum Regional Park, located in Rowland Heights, is a 575-acre facility with 75 acres developed for walking, hiking, picnics, youth camping, soccer and tennis. Youth tennis lessons are offered year-round and exercise classes are free of charge.
About Portola Park. Portola Park in Livermore is ready for you to visit. This community can be found in Livermore on N. Livermore Ave. Schedule a time to check out the apartment floorplan options. The community staff is ready and waiting for you to come for a visit. Welcome home to Portola Park. Contact or drop by the leasing office to check the availability and set up a tour today.
Ralph B. Clark Regional Park is nestled at the foot of the Coyote Hills. The 104 acre property extends north and south of Rosecrans Avenue with the softball complex. The park lands range from large open grass areas, to gently rolling hills of native plants, to sheer sandstone cliffs to the north.
Robert E. Ward Nature Preserve is named for a past Fullerton mayor who worked to keep a part of the West Coyote Hills (510 acres) in a natural state. Key plants: coyote brush, southern willow scrub, coast prickly pear, California sagebrush, purple phacelia, yellow sun cups, and orange monkeyflowers.
San Juan, although on a Caribbean island, is a city and like most cities that I have been to people usually don't go out at night to bars and restaurants wearing shorts and flip flops. While we certainly saw tourists going out in shorts and tee shirts, I would say it was the minority of people and quite honestly they looked out of place and they needed to dress up a bit.
The West Coyote Hills are a low mountain range in northern Orange County, California. It contains one of the last large open-space area in north Orange County. Parts of it lie within the city limits of La Habra, Buena Park, and La Mirada, with most of it sprawling across western Fullerton between Ralph B. Clark Regional Park and Euclid Street north of Rosecrans Avenue.