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Orange is a city located in Orange County, California. It is approximately 3 miles (4.8 kilometers) north of the county seat, Santa Ana. Orange is unusual in this region because many of the homes in its Old Town District were built before 1920. While many other cities in the region demolished such houses in the 1960s, Orange decided to preserve them. The small city of Villa Park is surrounded by the city of Orange. The population was 139,484 as of 2018.

[ People And Culture ]
Orange is home to parks, lakes, a small zoo, a university, and a wildlife sanctuary.

The Outlets at Orange (originally “The City”) a large, outdoor shopping and entertainment center, is located at the southwestern edge of the city. Anchors include Neiman Marcus Last Call Old Navy, Hollister, Ann Taylor Factory Store, and Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th as well as AMC Theatres, Dave & Buster’s, Vans Skatepark and Lucky Strike Bowling Center.

Historically, the plaza has been primarily home to a wide variety of antique shops—and has become a well known destination amongst antique collectors. A more recent trend has brought clothing boutiques, and several casual and upscale restaurants. It also features a Starbucks, Wells Fargo bank, a Masonic lodge, and is within walking distance of Chapman University and the newly reconstructed public library. Films such as That Thing You Do! starring Tom Hanks, Accepted starring Justin Long, and Big Momma’s House, Ghost Whisperer, Black Sheep were all filmed in the historical Old Towne Orange.

The Woman’s Club of Orange Organized February 1915, is located near the plaza in the Old Towne District. Their clubhouse, built in 1923–1924, is entered in the National Register of Historic Places. In 2009 Woman’s Club of Orange, a member of the General Federation of Women’s clubs, is still a very active and vibrant club of 180 members. Their annual Flower Show, celebrating its 72nd year in April is a major city event.

Since 1973, during Labor Day Weekend, the plaza plays host to the Orange International Street Fair. Friends, families and neighbors get together to experience a variety of food, music and dance from cultures around the world. The profits from the event go to non-profit charities that help people in the community.

The Village at Orange (originally “Orange Mall”, then the “Mall of Orange”) in northern Orange on Tustin Avenue near Lincoln, is anchored by Walmart and Sears.

The “Villa Park Orchards Association” packing house, located along the former Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (now BNSF Railway) mainline, is the sole remaining fruit packing operation in Orange County.

The Lewis Ainsworth House is the city’s only restored house museum.

[ Notable People ]
Don Aase, born in Orange, MLB player
Héctor Ambriz, MLB player for the Houston Astros and the Cleveland Indians
Garrett Atkins, MLB player for the Baltimore Orioles and Colorado Rockies.
Shane Bieber, MLB player who plays for the Cleveland Indians
Erica Blasberg, LPGA golfer
Bert Blyleven, MLB player who played in the California Angels and once owned a cafe in nearby Villa Park.
Jeff Buckley, singer-songwriter and guitarist
Bud Daley, MLB player for the Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Athletics, and New York Yankees
Rob Deer, MLB player for the San Francisco Giants, Milwaukee Brewers, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, and San Diego Padres.
Leigh Donovan, mountain bike world champion and U.S. champion, bicycle skills teacher for women, born and living in Orange, California
Zach Ertz, tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles, was born in Orange
Placida Gardner Chesley, WWI worker, bacteriologist
Charles Gipson, former MLB player for the Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Devil Rays and Houston Astros
Jessica Hardy, Olympic gold medalist swimmer, born in Orange
Casey Janssen, MLB player, was born in Orange.
Steve Johnson, professional tennis player, two-time NCAA champion
Dean Koontz, novelist, once resided in Orange Hills[62] and set many of his novels, such as The Bad Place, in the area.
Rusty Kuntz, baseball World Series champion player (1984) and coach (2015).
Justin Lehr, MLB player for the Cincinnati Reds, Oakland Athletics, and Milwaukee Brewers, was born in Orange.
Alexander Lévy (born 1990), professional golfer
Hunter Mahan, PGA Tour golfer, was born in Orange.[64]
Scott McAdams, former mayor of Sitka, Alaska and Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in Alaska in 2010, was born in Orange.
Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State and past CIA Director
David Richie, NFL player
Matthew Slater, NFL wide receiver and special teamer for the New England Patriots
Larry Williams, NFL player
Ginger Zee, meteorologist, ABC News and Good Morning America, was born in Orange.
Deakin, member of Animal Collective, was born in Orange.

~ Courtesy of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange,_California