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.
What to do, where to go and what to see
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.