What to Know
Saturday, April 13
Irvine Ranch Historic Park
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
They're frankly in short supply these days. Meetings are pretty plentiful, and meet-ups, too, and traffic jams, and inescapable commitments.
And chores? No one would quibble with us when we say they're eternally, well, there, waiting for us to do.
But a get-outdoors, soak-in-the-sunbeams, pet-a-goat party is far too rare, and rarer still is to find a jamboree that is free.
Those hours begin at 10 a.m., and wrap at 2 p.m., and include a number of activities that focus on the area's agricultural history.
Those tempting to-dos?
Think "... agricultural-themed crafts, a petting zoo, live music, pickling demonstrations, blacksmith and antique engine displays, a photo booth, tours of the park, and more!"
We're excited for everything, including the "more!," of course, but a pickling demonstration? Stand aside, please, because we'll need a front-row spot for this mouth-puckering program.
There are also two dozen interesting structures on the property that date back decades, giving the OC Jamboree a strong historical component, in addition to its springtime charms and agra-attractions.
Know a lot about OC's Agricultural Past? Or need to begin your knowledge somehow, somewhere?
Irvine Ranch Historic Park is the place, April 13 is the date, and jamboree-sweet revelry is the spirit of the celebration.