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Boys & Girls Club Opens for Family Fun Night

The Woodyard family plans to attend Family Fun Night.

The Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach will be hosting a free family fun night Nov. 3 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at their main branch on Laguna Canyon Road.
The goal of the event is to provide an opportunity for parents and their children to be able to spend time together, while promoting nutrition, fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
Taco Bell will provide dinner selections from their new healthy alternative Fresco Menu, entrees each under 9 grams of fat. After dinner, families will have the opportunity to compete for prizes in a Jeopardy game, dance and create an art project. For more information please call Jasa at 949-494-2535 ext. 117.

Birthday Perks Offered to ZeroTrash Adopters
ZeroTrash Laguna marks its fourth anniversary, Saturday, Nov. 5, with its 48th consecutive trash pickup in Laguna. Its partners, LaSirena Restaurant, also celebrating their South Laguna expansion, will offer 50% off food, Hobie will offer 20% off soft goods, Thalia Surf Shop will give 10% off purchases and El Ranchito will give 50% off food to ‘adopters’ in ZeroTrash “Red Army” shirts.

Foundation Starts Professional Support Council
The Laguna Beach Community Foundation begins its Professional Council on Nov. 10, co-chaired by lawyers Leslie Daff and Nicole Anderson. The council is open to professionals in the fields of law, accounting, financial services, insurance, and real estate who live or practice in Laguna Beach.
For more information and an invitation to the event for the Professional Council, contact the community foundation at 949-715-8223. For information about the Laguna Beach Community Foundation visit www.lagunabeachcommunityfoundation.org.

Caregiving Class Offered
A family caregivers class, designed to provide tools and resources for the Baby Boomer generation, will be offered at the Laguna Beach Susi Q Senior Center, on Wednesday, Nov. 2, from 10 a.m. to 11:30.
Caregiving 101 for Family Caregivers will be taught by nurse Janis E. Adams.
Spouses and families who are caring for an elderly or dependent loved one at home will also benefit greatly from this class, which will feature tips on making a home “fall-proof”, personal hygiene, medication management, comfort and infection control.
Class participants will learn how to manage a loved one with dementia and how to prevent recurrent trips to the emergency room.
Lastly, class participants will learn how to prevent caregiver “burnout.”

 

New Burger Joint to Open
Umami Restaurant Group announced plans for two new Umami Burger locations, including Laguna Beach.
Umami Burger plans to open at 610 N. Coast Highway in the Pavilions shopping center and will feature a nautical theme as well as the signature core menu and spirits, beer and wine service.
For more info: visit umamiburger.com.

 

Biologist Trish Smith and landscape contractor Manuel Gutierrez this week reviewed native plantings at the corner of El Toro Road and Laguna Canyon Road, a project of the Greater Laguna Coast Firesafe Council. Fall weather permits seeding and more flowers in the future. Landscape architect Ann Christoph designed the project with graduated densities of plants and a maintenance plan for each zone, in keeping with fire department guidelines to prevent the cycle of disking and weed regrowth that had been in place for years.

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