Tue. Mar 5th, 2024

Parenting OC’s free annual Learn & Grow event at the Cube is coming up on October 5! This FREE family-fun event will feature over 60 exhibitors focusing on health & wellness, education and special needs.

Free health screenings will be provided by Stanbridge University, Healthy Smiles For Kids of Orange County, and Help Me Grow Orange County. Face painting, balloon art and strolling entertainment.

And back by popular demand, children can compete in the fun and fast-paced Bubble-Dash Games, an obstacle course where children ages 5-12 can race against the clock and each other.

Preregister for Parenting OC’s free event to be guaranteed a Learn & Grow swag bag! Just show us your Eventbrite ticket (on your phone or a print out) at the door. Only 1 ticket is necessary per group, and swag bags are limited to 1 bag per group/family.

There will be free:

  • Health Screenings
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Nutrition and Fitness Demonstrations
  • Vision Care
  • Nutrition and Fitness Demonstrations
  • Hearing
  • Face Painting
  • Private Schools
  • Strolling Entertainment
  • Tutoring Centers
  • Wellness Programs
  • Preschools
  • Healthy Foods
  • Online Academies
  • Yoga & Meditation
  • Montessoris
  • Fitness & Exercise
  • Sports Programs and Clubs
  • Family Counseling
  • Learning Resources
  • Pediatric Dentists & Doctors
  • ADHD Treatments
  • Autism Programs
  • Special Needs Therapies (canine, equine, aquatic)
  • Speech & Language Programs

The Bubble-Dash Games challenges the speed and agility of the young competitors with a 45 feet inflatable obstacle course, including a Zorb ball and a 25 feet slide. Winners will compete for a cover photo shoot with Parenting OC Magazine. Register for the Bubble-Dash Games ($15 fee) at: https://parentingoc.wufoo.com/forms/z1a8alve1adfsk1/

Families who go to Learn & Grow receive discounted admission for a full day at the Discovery Cube OC!

Location: Discovery Cube Orange County at 2500 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705

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The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

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