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Greer's OC: Grand opening for 'endless' fun

December 01, 2010|By Greer Wylder

Here's a first for SoCal: Endless Food & Fun is a new giant entertainment and food center in Huntington Beach that offers something for everyone — nearly 50,000 square feet of space filled with best of arcade games, one of the largest and most advanced laser tag arenas for kids, a fine dining restaurant called Delicioso!, beer and wine for adults, and one of the largest buffets in California to satisfy the whole family.

It's celebrating a three-day grand opening event Friday through Sunday with an all-day unlimited pass for all-you-can-eat buffet, unlimited arcade games and laser tag. (All unlimited passes cost $40.) And if you're a Huntington Beach resident planning on attending with eight or more people, you can take advantage of complimentary limousine transportation during the first 30 days of business.

Endless Food & Fun is open 11 a.m. to midnight Friday; 7 a.m. to midnight Saturday; 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday at 7227 Edinger Ave. in Huntington Beach. For more information or to arrange a limo service pick up, call (714) 377-7671 or visit http://www.endlessfoodandfun.com.

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SPEAKING SERIES AT UCI

It just goes to show you what a remarkable organization the Center for Living Peace, Orange County http://www.goodhappens.org in Irvine is. In only six short months of opening as a resource and community center for children, families and adults of all ages to connect and feel inspired to make a difference through programs, volunteerism, education and more, it's already attracted world-class speakers for its first Living Peace Speaker Series in partnership with UC Irvine (http://www.livingpeace.uci.edu. The series is promoting the work of organizations and leaders who are making "good happen" in the world and to create both dialogue and action that lead to a more peaceful, connected and sustainable world.

The series launching Saturday features Academy Award-winning actress Charlize Theron, who will appear with Dr. Michael Bennish, of Mpilonhle (http://www.mpilonhle.org to discuss the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project http://www.charlizeafricaoutreach.org, which promotes safety and health among impoverished children and communities in South Africa — with a focus on those suffering from HIV/AIDS.

Theron's charity helps fund Mpilonhle, which brings medical and technology resources to communities that have no means of transportation and are miles away from health services.

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