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Career

Costs: Free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Career, Research

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Read the NY Times in the library, at home, or on-the-go using mobile browsing or an app on your smartphone! You will need an email address to set up an account with The New York Times (which is separate from your library account), but access will be free if you connect using the library’s links.

Access Type: Required to Create Account

Clubs

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Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Clubs, Recreation

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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Fullerton provide a fun, safe and constructive environment for kids and teens during out-of-school hours. Community-based and led by professional staff, Clubs across America serve small towns, large metropolitan areas, public housing communities, and Native populations, as well as those who live on U.S. military installations worldwide. They offer programs and services to help young people succeed in school, develop leadership skills, and maintain healthy lifestyles.

Access Type: No Library Card Required

Contact Information: 340 W. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832 (714) 871-1391

Museums

Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Museums

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The mission of the Fullerton Museum Center (FMC) is to present the best in diverse exhibitions and education programs. Our Center provides a vibrant central gathering place for the community, stimulates dialogue, and promotes critical and creative thinking.

Access Type: No Library Card Required

Contact Information: 301 N Pomona Ave Fullerton, CA 92832 (714) 738-6545

Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Museums, Recreation

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The City of Fullerton maintains ownership of the property, it is managed by The Muckenthaler Cultural Center Foundation and its elected Board of Directors. The City and the Muck enjoy a strong spirit of cooperation in the best interest of our mutual constituents. The Muck produces close to 100 events annually. These include concerts in our extraordinary outdoor amphitheatre, and our indoor cabaret space. That includes our five free-to-the-community Cultural Festivals, our Art gallery exhibits, a lecture series, and occasional film events.

Access Type: No Library Card Required

Contact Information: 1201 W. Malvern Ave, Fullerton, CA 92833 (714) 738-6595

Recreation

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Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Clubs, Recreation

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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Fullerton provide a fun, safe and constructive environment for kids and teens during out-of-school hours. Community-based and led by professional staff, Clubs across America serve small towns, large metropolitan areas, public housing communities, and Native populations, as well as those who live on U.S. military installations worldwide. They offer programs and services to help young people succeed in school, develop leadership skills, and maintain healthy lifestyles.

Access Type: No Library Card Required

Contact Information: 340 W. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832 (714) 871-1391

Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Recreation

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Community Center with various possibilities

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Contact Information: 340 W. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832 (714) 738-6575  

Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Recreation

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The YMCA of Orange County aims to improve lives and strengthen character by fostering youth and family development, healthy living and social responsibility driven by passionate staff and volunteers.

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Contact Information: 2000 Youth Way Fullerton, CA 92835 (714) 879-9622

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Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Recreation

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This public facility, with eleven lighted courts, is quietly situated next to St. Jude Medical Center. Our goal is to provide the community with first-class tennis programming for beginning, recreational, and advanced tennis players to enjoy.

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Contact Information: 110 E Valencia Mesa Dr. Fullerton, CA 92835 (714) 773-5750

Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Recreation

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Janet Evans Swim Complex Managed by the Fullerton Aquatics Sports Team Inc. In Partnership with the City of Fullerton.

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Contact Information: 801 W. Valencia Dr. Fullerton, CA 92832 (714) 773-5788

Costs: Some activities are free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Museums, Recreation

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The City of Fullerton maintains ownership of the property, it is managed by The Muckenthaler Cultural Center Foundation and its elected Board of Directors. The City and the Muck enjoy a strong spirit of cooperation in the best interest of our mutual constituents. The Muck produces close to 100 events annually. These include concerts in our extraordinary outdoor amphitheatre, and our indoor cabaret space. That includes our five free-to-the-community Cultural Festivals, our Art gallery exhibits, a lecture series, and occasional film events.

Access Type: No Library Card Required

Contact Information: 1201 W. Malvern Ave, Fullerton, CA 92833 (714) 738-6595

Research

Costs: Free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Career, Research

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Read the NY Times in the library, at home, or on-the-go using mobile browsing or an app on your smartphone! You will need an email address to set up an account with The New York Times (which is separate from your library account), but access will be free if you connect using the library’s links.

Access Type: Required to Create Account

Services

Costs: Free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Services

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With the inception of 2-1-1 in Orange County in 2005, a simple toll free, three digit phone number that is easy to remember, they now connect thousands of individuals and families to needed community based programs, including where to find a community clinic, dental care, immunizations, and prescription assistance, food, homeless shelters, elder and child care, legal services and other resources offered by local nonprofits and government agencies.

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Costs: Free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Services

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CA state's latest COVID-19 Information. 

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Costs: Free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Services

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Provides a culturally-competent and client-centered continuum of behavioral health (mental health and substance use disorder) care, which includes crisis, prevention, early intervention, outpatient, residential and inpatient services for all eligible Orange County residents.

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Contact Information: 405 W. 5th St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 855-886-5400

Costs: Free

Audience: Adults, Kids, Teens

Resource Type: Services

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Local non-profit providing assisting those in need of food, shelter, and housing.

Access Type: No Library Card Required