1. This is your last chance to check out the Orange County Museum of Art’s acclaimed Richard Diebenkorn exhibition before it moves to Washington, D.C. Diebenkorn is considered a leading West Coast abstract expressionist, and the exhibition called “The Ocean Park Series” includes about 80 works created between 1967 to 1988. Because of the exhibition’s popularity, the museum extended the hours today through Sunday until 7 p.m.; opening is 11 a.m. Admission is $12 for adults and free for children under 12. Click here for more information. The OCMA is located at 850 San Clemente Drive. Call (949) 759-1122 for more information.
2. Crystal Cove State Park will host a free Volcano Walk & Talk from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday. “Learn about the land/seascape setting 10- 11 million years ago and then head out to observe some volcanic sites in the park,” the park website states. Meet at the new Moro Day-use parking area amphitheater. There is a $15 day-use parking fee for state park lots.
3. Roger’s Gardens is hosting two weekend events. From 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, you can attend a Pat Welsh seminar called “Growing and Dividing Cymbidium Orchids,” which will cover easy tricks for bringing the plants back in bloom. Welsh wrote “Southern California Gardening,” the standard reference for local gardeners, and books will be available. From 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Roger’s Gardens presents “Art Discussion and Demonstration with Robin Hall and Clark Mitchell.” Hall, who is a Roger’s featured artist, will focus on his versatility of oils, and guest artist Mitchell will demonstrate pastels. Roger’s Gardens also will host the Soho Taco truck on Saturday and Lime Truck on Sunday.
4. Recycled Rags is holding its monthly parking lot sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at 2731 East Coast Highway. Hot dogs, lemonade, coffee plus donuts for early risers will be offered along with discounts and deals. For more information call (949) 675-5553.
5. The Environmental Nature Center is hosting a Summer Nature Camp Open House from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the center at 1601 16th Street. The free event includes activities like making clouds in jars, making nature rubbings, visiting the Butterfly House and launching “poppin’” rockets. The event is aimed at families to give an overview of the center’s summer camp program. For more information, click here or call (949) 645-8489.