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Winter

Irvine Lake Mud Run
February

Approximate +5k (wet and muddy!) course beginning and ending at Irvine Lake. The course is partially on the road and partially on trails and includes hills, water, professionally built obstacles and over a dozen mud pits.

There's also the Summer of Mud race at this same location in mid June.

LOCATION:
Oak Canyon Park
5305 Santiago Canyon Road
Silverado, CA 92676

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Spring

Silverado Firefighter's Annual Easter Pancake Breakfast
Easter Sunday

Pancake Breakfast, Live Bluegrass Music, Children’s Easter Egg Hunt, Prize Drawing

Come enjoy a wonderful pancake breakfast while celebrating the Easter holiday with family and friends in scenic Silverado Canyon. Age appropriate Children’s Easter Egg Hunts also take place in the morning

LOCATION:
Silverado Community Center
27641 Silverado Canyon Rd.
Silverado, CA 92676

Silverado Chili Cook-Off & Cinco de Mayo Festival
May

Cinco de Mayo Festival, Chili Cook-Off, LIVE MUSIC & Entertainment, Artists, Vendors, Family Activities, Petting Zoo, Food & Beverages

Taste the competition chili and vote for your favorite family recipe! Browse the arts & craft expo with local vendors, while enjoying the Cinco de Mayo entertainment lineup and Mexican folk heritage. Enjoy family activities such as crafts and games, bounce house, face painting and farm animal petting zoo!

LOCATION:
Silverado Community Center Fairgrounds
27641 Silverado Canyon Rd
Silverado, CA

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Summer

Starr Ranch Sanctuary Summer Camps
Ages 8 - 13

During these summer camps (June-July) kids join the Starr Ranch scientific team to experience how biologists study wild animals and their habitats. Kids discover how much fun wildlife research can be as we gradually take them through the scientific process during three progressive week-long sessions. SRJB I kids explore native ecosystems and have fun with some of the techniques scientists use to study wildlife. In SRJB II, children participate in simulations of ecological research on animals and habitats as they identify simple research questions, learn techniques for answering questions, and collect data. SRJB III is an advanced program offered for older children ages 10 - 13, who camp at the Ranch and do a week long study of the animals and ecosystems introduced in SRJB II.

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Fall

Orange County Beer Festival -
September

Over 80 breweries serving over 175 craft & import beers plus awesome food, live entertainment, beer seminars, all at the best location in Orange County. This is one beer fest where you won’t feel like you are choosing from the same brands you can get in your grocery store. No one under the age of 21 will be admitted.

This event raises thousands of dollars for the Fallen Fire Fighters Relief Fund

LOCATION:
Oak Canyon Park
5305 Santiago Canyon Road
Silverado, CA

INFORMATION:
949-363-1774

Annual Silverado Country Fair and Folk Festival
October

The Annual Silverado Country Fair and Folk Festival is one of the best family events of the season which explores the wonders of the area’s Old West rustic culture, great live Bluegrass, Country and Folk music, Wild West reenactments, handmade arts and crafts, 1800's activities, tasty food, plus some silly ‘ole timey’ contests, all nestled under the Oak trees below Orange County’s famous Saddleback Mountain. This year's fair highlights singer/songwriter Rusty Richards, inducted to the Cowboy Hall of Fame!

LOCATION:
Silverado Community Center & Fairgrounds
27641 Silverado Canyon Rd
Silverado, Ca

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Featuring Festivals and Events in Trabuco Canyon, California

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