labor day laguna beach

Not only does Labor Day weekend signal the end of summer, but it’s also the last big hurrah before school starts in Laguna Beach. Go out with a bang by attending one or more of these events in and around town. They'll be just what you need to end the summer on a high note and get the family ready for the coming fall

Halloween Boutique Opening at Roger’s Gardens


If school is starting, that must mean that Halloween is just around the corner. On Friday, September 2, visit Roger’s Gardens between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. for the grand opening of their Halloween Boutique. They’ll be regaling visitors with scary stories from the world of Grimm – the perfect thing to get you in the mood for fall

Tchaikovsky Spectacular


Orange County’s Pacific Symphony will be performing their final concert, the Tchaikovsky Spectacular, on Saturday, September 3, at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, and it promises to be an exciting event. Enjoy all the composer’s best-known music and end the evening with the electrifying 1812 Overture

Pretend City Children’s Museum


Pretend City Children’s Museum is open all day on Labor Day. Located in Irvine, they’re hosting an all-day event on Monday, September 5, to teach kids all about different jobs and careers and being part of a community. In addition, you can enjoy their latest interactive exhibit Super Powers, which lets kids use gadgets and gizmos to smash their way through a comic book city

Huntington Beach Civil War Days


Relive a bit of history on September 3 and 4 in Huntington Beach during their Civil War Days. This year marks the 23rd anniversary of the largest Civil War re-enactment in Southern California, and it promises to be a grand display. Battle times are at 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday, and the event is free

The Great Labor Day Cruise


If you love vintage cars and street rods, then you’ll love the Great Labor Day Cruise in Costa Mesa. Celebrating its 34th year, this weekend event includes thousands of vintage autos, classics and street rods cruising around a 1.25 mile route. There’s also a model car contest and over 100 vendors selling car-related items. Happening from September 2 – 4, the event features cars made in America before 1978

Laguna Beach Free Walking Tour


Do you just want to stick close to home this weekend? Then why not learn more about what Laguna Beach has to offer with the Laguna Beach Free Walking Tour. This 1.5 mile, two-hour walk through town, includes stops at Festival of the Arts, the Laguna Playhouse, the White House and Peppertree Lane, Wyland’s Whaling Wall, Laguna Beach Greeter’s Corner, Heisler Park and more. The tours begin at Pageant of the Masters at 9:30 a.m. over the holiday weekend, and reservations can be made in advance online

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