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Category: Community Datebook

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Garden Welcomes a Potluck Party

Garden Welcomes a Potluck Party

The South Laguna Community Garden Park welcomes garden lovers to its annual summer garden festival and potluck from 4-7 p.m., Sunday, July 27, at Eagle Rock Way and Coast Highway. There will be live music by Tony Bisson and friends. Donations welcome toward a permanent garden. Information at SouthLaguna.org/garden.   Commissioner Examines Drug Court’s Effectiveness […]

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Public Invited to Village Entrance Discussion

Public Invited to Village Entrance Discussion

Laguna Beach will hold a community workshop to discuss the village entrance project on Wednesday, July 16, at 6 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 505 Forest Ave. City staff will present an overview of the updated project concept; seek public feedback on specific elements and features, such as the historic sewer digester, carports and […]

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Hams Tune in For Emergencies

Hams Tune in For Emergencies

Hams Tune in For Emergencies Laguna Beach’s licensed amateur radio operators (known as hams) intend to participate in Field Day Saturday, June 28, the oldest emergency preparedness exercise in the United States and Canada.  Now, as they have for the past 16 years, the Laguna Beach Emergency Communications Team will operate off the grid using […]

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Master Gardener Shares His Knowledge

Master Gardener Shares His Knowledge

  What do master gardeners do? What are the benefits of square foot gardening? Mark Fierle, master gardener and certified square foot gardening teacher, will answer these questions and more at a 9 a.m. get- acquainted meeting between Transition Laguna members and gardeners in the South Laguna Community Garden, Saturday, June 21, at Eagle Rock […]

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Village Entrance Workshop

Village Entrance Workshop

The public is invited participate in a workshop to be held July 16 at 6 p.m. in Council chambers, 505 Forest Ave. The will be an overview of the updated Village Entrance project and an opportunity to provide feedback on specific elements and features, such as the fate of the historic sewer digester, carports and […]

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Environmental Committee Seats Open

Environmental Committee Seats Open

The Laguna Beach City Council is accepting applications to fill three openings on the city’s Environmental Sustainability Committee. The seven-member advisory body researches, reviews and advises the city council on items related to protecting the environment and improving the community’s future sustainability. Regular meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6 […]

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Video Surveillance on Alta Laguna Drive

Video Surveillance on Alta Laguna Drive

The Fire Department will install a new camera at the north end of Alta Laguna Drive to help law enforcement officials document and investigate criminal activity in the area, such as smoking, use of open fires, or access to the wilderness park outside normal hours of operation. The camera, will eventually provide real-time images to police […]

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HIP District Kicks Off Summer

HIP District Kicks Off Summer

Many of the HIP District’s 100 plus shops, located on S. Coast Highway between Thalia Street and Bluebird Canyon Road, are offering June promotions and special events to kick off the summer season. Gina’s Pizza will stay open later, Subway will deliver lunch to the beach, and Laguna Beach books hosts special author events. Visit […]

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'Treasure' Sale Benefits Ocean Institute

‘Treasure’ Sale Benefits Ocean Institute

The Sand Dollar Guild will host the Classy Treasures Sale to benefit the Ocean Institute. The sale will be held from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 21, at the Dana Point Community House, 24642 San Juan Ave. in Dana Point. For more information, contact Moyra Eulitz at 949 294-8193.

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Lifeguards Unveil New Headquarters

Lifeguards Unveil New Headquarters

The public is invited to celebrate the official opening of the Laguna Beach Lifeguard Headquarters at a ribbon cutting ceremony and public art dedication at 4 p.m. on June 20. The Lifeguard Headquarters will be open to the public for tours and light refreshments will be served

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Tony’s Treehouse Grows New Teen Leaders

Tony’s Treehouse Grows New Teen Leaders

Seven teens from the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach joined 1,500 peers for a leadership Conference in Anaheim made possible partly by a $400 donation from Tony’s Treehouse. Founded by Becky Martinez of Laguna Beach, Tony’s Treehouse has contributed nearly $4,000 over the years to help fund special club projects. Martinez heard about […]

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Greeter Gets a Facelift

Greeter Gets a Facelift

Artist Mike Tauber lacks a medical license but he’s behind the facelift of a local celebrity: the statue of Eiler Larsen, the best-known Laguna Beach “greeter.” Tauber recently touched up the statue that hails visitors to the HIP District, a Coast Highway commercial strip between Mountain and Anita streets. Commissioned by Roy Childs and crafted […]

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Learn How to Stop a Thief

Learn How to Stop a Thief

A crime prevention specialist, Nickie Hernandez, will lead a Chamber of Commerce workshop Tuesday, June 3, on identifying counterfeit credit cards, whose use locally has risen 10 percent in 2013. The 8:30 a.m. workshop takes place at the Boys and Girls Club, 1085 Laguna Canyon Rd. RSVP to 949 494-1018. Tickets are $15-$25 and include […]

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Remember the Neediest

Remember the Neediest

Customers of local Albertsons, Pavilions and Ralphs markets can expect to be offered an empty bag by volunteers for the Laguna Food Pantry next weekend. They are asking shoppers to help restock shelves of the Laguna Canyon pantry, which provides groceries to scores of needy families daily. The food drive takes place from 10 a.m. […]

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 Congo to California: A Fair Trade Open House, Trunk Show

Congo to California: A Fair Trade Open House, Trunk Show

Laguna Beach local Katie Bond, founder of The Peace Exchange, hosts a trunk show Friday, May 16, offering beautifully crafted items by women from Congo from 3-8 p.m. at 30692 Marilyn Dr., in Laguna Beach. The line of fair trade items provides income for the women to feed, clothe, and send their kids to school, […]