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May 2014

Road to Self-Sufficiency

May 31 @ 12:00 am - December 31 @ 12:00 am

Enjoy your summer by helping homeless families and adults back on the road to self-sufficiency. The Illumination Foundation is currently seeking compassionate and energetic individuals to volunteer with our interdisciplinary services to help break or prevent the cycle of homelessness during the summer and through the year. Below you will find a list of the volunteer opportunities available, including Meal Service Volunteers; Housing Volunteers; Medical Coordinator Volunteers; Administrative Volunteers and more. Call 949-544-0389, or visit ifhomeless.org.

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Band Available!

May 31, 2014 @ 12:00 am - December 31, 2015 @ 12:00 am

The Mathis Band, formerly Gary Mathis, is available to play select charity events. None or minimal compensation. Call 951-355-8335 or visit www.garymathis.com.  

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October 2014

10/15 – ‘Venus in Fur’

October 5 - 26

David Ives’ play-about-a-play follows a director and his burgeoning relationship with the mysterious leading lady in his new production. Based on the 19th-century erotic novel by Leopold von Sacher Masoch.

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10/8 – ‘The Year of Magical Thinking’

October 8 - November 2

Joan Didion transformed her award-winning memoir into a commanding one-woman play. In this performance, Linda Purl will convey the writer’s great loss and resilience.

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10/19 – ‘China’s Lost Civilization: The Mystery Of Sanxingdui’

October 19, 2014 - March 15, 2015

In 1986, construction workers in Sichuan province uncovered a massive 3,000-year-old archaeological trove of jade, weapons, elephant tusks, and monumental bronzes. More than 120 of these and other objects will be displayed in this exhibit.

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10/23 – Pacific Symphony’s ‘Cathedrals of Sound’

October 23 - 25

Based on four stained glass motifs depicting biblical scenes, Ottorino Respighi’s 1926 “Church Windows” will open the program. Then, haunting Gregorian chants will make way for the “Requiem” they inspired Duruflé to write.

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I Survived Real Estate

October 24 @ 12:00 am

The Norris Group’s award-winning I Survived Real Estate event returns to the Nixon Library. Join leaders from the real estate industry, and learn about on-going industry regulations, upcoming legislation, bailouts, imminent domain, and opportunities for real estate professionals. This black-tie gala, dinner and panel event will benefit our local chapter and other children’s charities. Call 714-573-9474 or visit www.isurvivedrealestate.com.  

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10/24 – It’s a Dead Man’s Party

October 24

Rumor has it that former members of Oingo Boingo will rise from the proverbial dead for this concert and pre-Halloween dance party. Arrive in costume and stay for the DJ-ed after party at the refurbished cinema.

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10/28 – South Coast Repertory’s ‘Zealot’

October 24 - November 16

Diplomacy, humanity, and their middle ground are the elements former Broadway playwright Theresa Rebeck manipulates in her award-winning new work. It’s set in a consulate office in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, while a protest escalates on the streets below.

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25th Annual High Tea & Fashion Show

October 24 @ 1:00 pm - 12:00 am

The Orange County Ronald McDonald House is celebrating 25 years! Join us for our 25th Annual High Tea & Fashion Show at the Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach. Since opening our doors in 1989, staff and volunteers have embraced thousands of families who have children being treated for serious illnesses in area hospitals. Our goal from the beginning has remained constant—to provide comfort, care and support to children and families in Southern California. Call 714-516-3669, or visit  www.ronaldhouseoc.org/events. .

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