Orange, California is a part of Orange County. The city is in a close proximity to Santa Ana and much of the homes built in the Old Town District were before 1920. The city of Orange decided to preserve these historic buildings and is the second largest concentrated area of the buildings in the region and state. The city's buildings are represented in the National Register of Historic Places.
The Old Towne District is the downtown area containing most of the original buildings built around the time of the city's inception. The oldest operating bank of Orange County is located in the Old Towne District. Interestingly the town is developed around a Plaza and is the only city in Orange County that is built around a plaza which has given it the nickname Plaza City.
For over a century the Plaza plays host on Labor Day weekend to the International Street Fair. The fair brings family, friends and neighbors together for a festival of music, dance and food from cultures all across the world. Proceeds from the festival benefit charities helping people within the community.
In 1915 the Woman's Club of Orange established their organization in the Old Towne District of Orange, California. The original location of their clubhouse has been placed in the National Register of Historic Places. The club to this date possesses 180 active members and they host an annual floral show every April.
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