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  • Living in Tustin

    • City of Tustin
    • City Entertainment
    • City Wine & Dine Spots
    • Career Education

    City Specs

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    Tustin is a city located in Orange County, California, in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. As of the census of 2010, Tustin had a population of 75,540. The city is located next to the county seat, Santa Ana, and does not include the Tustin Foothills.

    Because of a top 10% ranking in start-ups and sole proprietors per capita and one of the shortest commutes in Southern California, the city was chosen in 2009 by Forbes as one of the top 25 towns to live well in America.

    Things To Do

    • Atmosphere Events
    • Marconi Automotive Museum
    • Tustin Historical
    • AMC Theatres
    • Encore Theatre
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    Atmosphere Events is the premier Entertainment, lighting, and event Production Company serving all of Southern California. Founded in 1995 Atmosphere Events has grown to become a one-stop source for all your entertainment and design needs. We work hand and hand with our clients from your initial meeting to creating a memorable event day of. Our goal is to surpass your every need and deliver a truly unique and spectacular event. Why chance your event to anything but the best?

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    The Marconi Automotive Museum is a non-profit event venue in Orange County, California. Our unique facility can be tailored to your vision and transformed into a experience, whether it be a corporate event, wedding, Bar or Bat Miztvah, or any other event, it will leave your guests speechless.

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    The Tustin Area Historical Society was founded in 1976 for the purpose of preserving the rich and colorful history of our local area. To accomplish this, we rely on membership dues and proceeds from our Annual Old Town Home and Garden Tour since there is no admission charge to visit the Museum.

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    From our humble beginnings more than 90 years ago to our future today as part of one of the world’s premiere entertainment companies, you will see one consistent thread. All the resources and corporate information you need to stay informed about AMC.

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    The Encore Dinner Theatre in Old Town Tustin provides a unique entertainment and culinary experience unlike any other in Southern California. Originally built in 1959, it was the first and only movie theatre in Tustin for many years. In 1980 the Curtain Call group assumed the reins of the theatre and ran it successfully for over 20 years as the Elizabeth Howard Curtain Call Theatre.

    Wine & Dine Spots

    • Peter's Gourmade Grill
    • Honda-Ya
    • The Winery
    • Gen Korean BBQ
    • Rutabegorz
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    Peter Stavros, a professionally trained chef, was the founder of Peter's Gourmade Grill. He was born and raised in Orange County. Peter specialized in impeccably simple and delicious foods. From local American fare to European delicacies. With his dedication, hard work and passion for food, the Gourmade Grill was born.

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    The word “Izakaya” in Japanese means “a place to eat and drink, sitting down, comfortably.” In other words, it is a type of restaurant where you can relax, without worrying about the complicated rules and traditions.

    Our restaurant does not offers any wild. entertaining performances by the chefs like you see in other sushi and teppan restaurants. But what we do offer are a variety of popular home style traditional foods at reasonable prices, in a relaxing, enjoyable atmosphere, which we think, Japanese food originally is.

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    The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar pairs contemporary California regional cuisine, with a hip, vibrant, sophisticated setting, to create a cutting-edge dining experience. Located on Pacific Coast Highway in Newport Beach, The Winery was named "Restaurant of the Year" by the Orange County Concierge Association in its first year in business.

    The restaurant's wine list, which currently offers 650 selections, changes weekly, offering diners a wide range of varietals from around the world. Guests can look into and even tour the restaurants' climate-controlled cellars, which can hold up to 7,500 bottles!

    The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar offers a warm and passionate menu complimented by the perfect wines -- endless possibilities and something to suit every palate.

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    The character Gen simply means the beginning, and we welcome you to join us in the art of Korean BBQ. We are looking to transcend the norm od Korean BBq by fusing different flavors that we have found using ingredients from different parts of the world.

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    Back in 1970 this small "hippie joint" opened its doors in Fullerton to an unsuspecting town. Little did this city know what a trendsetter Rutabegorz restaurant would become. Serving only coffee and desserts in the beginning, Rutabegorz has since evolved into one of Orange County's favorite health food restaurants. With three locations to meet the needs of its "regulars", it can sometimes seem as if there are not enough "Ruta's" to go around.

    Colleges / Universities

    • Tustin Unified School District
    • St. Cecilia School
    • St. Anne School
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    Tustin Unified offers enriching Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) programs at each of the high schools. Foothill and Tustin have award-winning engineering programs. Beckman is making a name for itself with “Beckman Academy for Media Arts.” Each middle school is expanding its STEAM program through Project Lead The Way (PLTW) courses. PLTW classes (at both secondary levels) emphasize hands-on project-based learning focusing on creativity, problem solving, design, building, and math and science skills. TUSD has joined forces with other school districts, colleges, universities and business partners throughout Orange County to create college and career pathways.

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    Let your roots grow down into Him, and let your lives be built on Him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness. (Colossians 2:7) St. Cecilia School is more than school, tests and textbooks! At St. Cecilia School, the first treasure we hold and share enthusiastically with your child is our love for Jesus Christ. This is a serious commitment that your family and our school take together so that each child will grow in a personal, dynamic, and committed relationship with the Lord. Our goal is for your child to not only know God but to love Him and become a man or woman of the Gospel.

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    Saint Anne Parish School opened its doors on September 17, 1945 under the visionary leadership of Reverend Christopher J. Bradley. It was a single story building of four large classrooms, an office and two restrooms. In 1947, a second level was added of five large classrooms and two offices. Four more classrooms were added along Sycamore Street in February of 1954 with an additional three added in 1964. From 1945 to 1980, the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (BVM) were entrusted with the administration and teaching at the school. The BVMs were founded by Mother Mary Frances Clark in 1831 to teach the children of the poor in Dublin, Ireland. In 1833, they moved to the United States and continued their mission to teach inner city immigrant and poor children, especially girls.

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