Top 10 things to do in Irvine in October 2018
All Media art exhibit
Irvine Fine Arts Center hosts the All Media 2018 exhibition juried by Dave Barton and featuring painting, photography, sculpture, digital media, and more from Southern California artists.
NATURE/IN FORMS at the Great Park
Works in ceramics and sculpture by artists and academics will be on display at the Great Park Gallery. The work looks at ways nature and technology have influenced contemporary sculpture.
First Glimpse: The Buck Collection at UCI
When art collector Gerald Buck bequeathed his collection of California art to UCI, it set off shockwaves in the art world. See works that will, along with the Irvine Museum Collection, be the center of the future UCI Institute and Museum for California Art.
OC Soccer Club at the Great Park
The home finale for the OC Soccer Club regular season at Championship Soccer Stadium at the Great Park is a match against Seattle Sounders FC 2. Catch the home team battle for playoff positioning.
Spooktacular Fun Days at OC Great Park
Enjoy a pumpkin patch, gourmet food trucks, games, and other treats while supporting hunger relief by donating nonperishable food to OC food banks.
Fall Food Drive
Support hunger relief efforts by donating canned goods or nonperishable food items to benefit local food banks. Donations will be accepted at the Orange County Great Park Visitors Center.
Live Music at FivePoint Amphitheatre
The first full season of live music at the temporary FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine is drawing to a close with a radio station show that includes bands 311, Third Eye Blind, Stone Temple Pilots, Neon Trees, Everclear and Alien Ant Farm.
Harvest Cup Soccer Tournament
IPSF and local sports leagues present the 38th annual Harvest Cup Tournament, held at the Orange County Great Park. It’s part of the Irvine Youth Sports Tournament of Champions, which includes elementary and middle schools competing to be the school with the most points at the end of the year.
Irvine PD Open House
Enjoy a chance to meet and greet Irvine Police Department officers, K-9s, and equine and human members of the Mounted Unit at this free event that includes displays of police vehicles; food trucks, crime prevention tips and kid-friendly activities.
Trick or Treat at Lakeview Senior Center
Bring the kids to the Senior Center for a morning of trick-or-treat stations, snacks and activities. Tours last approximately 30 minutes; drop in between 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Registration recommended.