WHERE WILL THE TOLL ROADS TAKE YOU THIS WEEKEND?

Don’t have plans for this weekend?  Take the 73 Toll Road to one of these great events…

 

1010711_10152310122714029_4791705516170350084_nNewport Beach Film Festival, Newport Beach

April 24 – May 1

newportbeachfilmfest.com

The Newport Beach Film Festival seeks to bring to Orange County the best of classic and contemporary filmmaking from around the world. The Festival focuses on showcasing a diverse collection of both studio and independent films. This year’s festival features Lovesick, A Five Star Life and Jon Favreau’s Chef.

 

girl2California Wine Festival Orange County, Dana Point

April 25 – 26

californiawinefestival.com

Experience quintessential California wine tasting and enjoy hundreds of the state’s finest vintage wines, delicious gourmet foods samples and lively music. Discover new wines, find a new favorite and pair it with a variety of fresh gourmet appetizers like artisan breads, cheeses, olive oils and so much more. Enjoy an afternoon of unlimited fun, food and music at the biggest wine festival under the sun.

 

13Spring Garden Show at South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa

April 24 – 27

southcoastplaza.com

South Coast Plaza’s Annual Southern California Spring Garden Show transforms South Coast Plaza into a gardening oasis that showcases a diverse and outstanding selection of unusual and exotic plants, garden tools, garden ornaments and art, display gardens and children’s programs. This year’s show features, an informative speaker series and appearance by John Gidding, architect, interior designer and HGTV’s Curb Appeal co-host.

 

And, save the date for our upcoming event right off the 73 Toll Road…

Free Community Expo, Coyote Canyon, Newport Beach

May 17, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

https://www.thetollroads.com/assets/objects/45/Coyote_Canyon_Flyer.pdf

CoyoteCanyon2The Toll Roads are joining with the County of Orange, the City of Newport Beach and other partners to host a free, family-friendly public expo to celebrate two decades of environmental excellence. The expo is open to all and includes fun educational booths and discussions on the science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) used to operate this landfill during its post-closure process, including multi-use designs for gas recovery and native habitat restoration.

Directions: From State Route 73: Exit Newport Coast Drive and head south past Sage Hill High School. Turn right at the traffic signal to arrive at the destination.   From Pacific Coast Highway: Take PCH to Newport Coast Drive and make a legal U-turn at Turtle Crest Drive. Pass Sage Hill High School and make a right at the traffic signal to arrive at the destination.

 

 

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