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Openings in Anneliese’s ‘Peter Pan’

Openings in Anneliese’s ‘Peter Pan’

Openings remain in Anneliese School’s summer theatre workshop, a fully-staged and costumed version of “Peter Pan.” At least 30 players can potentially be cast, including lead characters, pirates, fairies and more. Children from first grade will have the opportunity to act while learning lessons of theatre craft, teamwork and artistic discipline. Children must commit to […]

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Laughter Guru Teams Up With Therapist

Laughter Guru Teams Up With Therapist

A day-long experiential workshop on laughter, love and communication will be offered on Sunday, June 17, at Irvine Valley College by Jeffrey Briar, Laguna Beach’s laughter guru, and Tessa Kershnar, an Irvine marriage and family therapist . The fee for the 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. workshop is $65. More info? Contact Briar at (949) […]

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Workshop Slated on Use of Internet Use of the Internet will be the focus of a district workshop for parents on Tuesday, June 5, in the high school library at 9:30 a.m. This workshop looks at: appropriate use of social networking sites, the dangers within chat rooms and instant messaging, as well as how parents […]

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Visioning is What They Do Best

Visioning is What They Do Best

Editor, Last week I attended Mobility Planning Meeting and Visioning, an open workshop organized by the LB Planning Commission to familiarize attendees with the the Land Use and Circulation Elements and a new visioning for Complete Streets Policy. Deja vu, where had I experienced this planning process before? Then I remembered meetings I attended previously. Each […]

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A Hometown Comic and Scribe Exits the Stage

A Hometown Comic and Scribe Exits the Stage

The production required klieg lights, a set lectern, and pre-recorded voice-overs for the two actors wearing full body costumes. The show’s main characters, though, stepped into the floodlights on the Laguna Playhouse stage in 1979 without a script. Dave Barrett and his fiancé relied on a friend, Andy Hedden, to devise a non-religious wedding ceremony […]

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Making a Score on Drug Take Back Day   Laguna Beach police hosted its third “Drug Take Back Day” last Saturday, its most successful drive yet, collecting 125-pounds of prescriptions and over the counter medications that filled five boxes. Several high school students, representing the Laguna Beach High School Drug Prevention Council, served as volunteers […]

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Art Seen

Art Seen

Adding Watercolors to a Beach Outing   Enjoy a docent tour of Treasure Island Beach tide pools and view live hermit crabs, sea stars and anemones Sunday, March 18, while also creating a watercolor as instructed by artist September McGee. All participants in the 10-11:30 a.m. workshop take home finished art, a journal, gel pen, […]

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Self-Help

Self-Help

Women’s Workshop for Self-loving and YogaWoman Stretches to Laguna Audiences.

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Community Datebook

Community Datebook

About the Business of Schools, Sapphire Food Fare Cancelled, Decorating Gardens for the Holidays, Workshop Helps Women Define Their Legacy, Understanding Kids’ Development, HAMS Promote an Under Used Lifesaver, Helping Hearts Needed for Blood Drive and Even Politicians Go for the View.

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Village Entrance Project Revived Again

Village Entrance Project Revived Again

Laguna Beach’s City Council decided to reopen the long-debated gateway proposal for Laguna Canyon, starting with a committee review of  the Village Entrance project by two council members rather than a workshop open to the public. Council member Verna Rollinger objected to Tuesday’s decision, saying the entire process should be open to the public. A […]

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Workshop Set on Plastic Bag Ban

Workshop Set on Plastic Bag Ban

Public comment is invited at a 10:30 a.m. workshop Wednesday, Oct. 19, at City Hall over the city’s proposed ordinance banning the distribution of plastic carry-out bags to customers.   Comments from owners or managers of local retail and eating establishments in particular are sought. The proposed ordinance would also apply to city-sponsored events or […]

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Potential Freshman Welcomed at Soka

Potential Freshman Welcomed at Soka

Soka University will host Lions Roar: A Student Campus Day for junior and senior high school students from 9 am – 2 pm on Saturday, Oct. 22 and Nov. 12.   Reservations can be made at www.soka.edu/lionsroar . Students are welcome to bring two guests to the event, which will begin in the campus performing […]

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Art Workshop Offers Costume Idea

Art Workshop Offers Costume Idea

Laguna Outreach for Community Arts offers a sea lion mask workshop on Saturday, Oct. 1, an activity good for individuals, families, and groups at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Canyon. Participants will tour the Center, and observe live seals and sea lions undergoing rehabilitation. Following the tour, artist Joan Corman, known for creating […]

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Growing a Family Tree

Growing a Family Tree

Experienced genealogical researchers from Daughters of the American Revolution will provide a free Genealogy Workshop on Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 12:30 p.m., at the Susi Q Community Center, 380 Third St. This workshop is designed to jump-start the beginning genealogist as well as enhance the research of advanced projects. There will be handouts, hands-on guidance, […]

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Printmakers Expand Their Horizons

Printmakers Expand Their Horizons

Laguna Beach artist Hedy Buzan Williamson teaches a printmaking class at Saddleback College that begins Aug. 23 and promises to expand the repertoire of printmakers with instruction on new techniques. The syllabus includes monotypes, drypoint, carborundum collagraph and paper lithography. Class meets each Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the roomy Saddleback print […]