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Game Night Returns Bridge Hall Game Night returns to Neighborhood Congregational Church, 340 St. Ann’s Dr. from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Saturday March 14. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids 17 and under and includes a 10-game pack. Single cards are also available for $2 each....

Attract Butterflies to Your Garden

Monarch butterfly expert and author Susie Vanderlip describes how to lure Monarch butterflies to home gardens at a meeting of the Laguna Beach Garden Club Friday, March 13. The 9:30 a.m. meeting is free and takes place at Laguna Beach Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Ave.  ...

Little League Opens Its Season Tonight 

Laguna Beach Little League’s opening season begins at 6 p.m. tonight, Friday, Feb. 27, at Riddle Field. The ceremony kicks off with the league’s two oldest sponsors, VFW and Rotary Club, raising our nation’s flag. AA A ballplayer Zade Harrison will lead the national anthem....

Workshop Devises a Prescription for Well-Being

The third annual TerraVita Herbal Symposium takes place Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 28 and March 1, at Anneliese Schools’ Wiilowbrook campus, 20062 Laguna Canyon Road. The weekend symposium sponsored by SEEDS Arts and Education, Inc. includes diverse and hands-on workshops on...

Club Honors Standout Members

  The Boys and Girls Club bestowed youth of the year awards to individuals at each of their branches last month. Taylor Towe, Ava Knepper and Morgan Zevnick received honors from the canyon, Bluebird, Lang branches, respectively. Aaron White received the honor for the club’s...

Club Q Salutes the Doctor

Dr. Korey Jorgensen was saluted last week by Club Q Laguna, the Laguna Beach Seniors social group for the LGBT community, as well as at a brunch by the Laguna Beach Community Clinic. Jorgensen recently retired after 42 years with the Laguna Beach Community Clinic where he played...

Banquet Recognizes Outstanding Officers

Officer James Michaud and Community Services Officer Niki Hernandez were honored as the police department’s 2014 employees of the year at the annual Police Appreciation Breakfast hosted by the Laguna Beach Exchange Club this past Thursday, Jan. 22. Police employees who have gone...

Entrepreneurs Push the Spin Cycle

Local fitness guru Shelley Arends is setting a new pace for herself. At her Rhythm Ride spin studio in Laguna Beach, she’s known for creating a cardio workout that gives riders of every fitness level a fun experience with choreographed classes that develop core strength. Now one...

Canyon Preservation on Transition Laguna’s Agenda

Hallie Jones, executive director of Laguna Canyon Foundation, is the guest speaker at Transition Laguna Beach’s monthly potluck, Tuesday, Jan. 13. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Neighborhood Congregational Church, 340 St. Ann’s Drive. Jones will describe what is necessary to...

Foundation Seeks Tidepool Docents

The Laguna Ocean Foundation is currently seeking volunteers for their Tidewater Docent program, part of its effort to preserve the rocky intertidal habitat and educate beachgoers about the coastline’s natural resources. The next class training will be held from 6-8 p.m....

Resolve to Explore the Wilderness Park

On Jan. 1 ages 15 and up can raise heart rates and spirits on a strenuous and fast-paced, 6.5-mile hike with 700-ft. elevation gain, over very steep, uneven terrain with Laguna Canyon Foundation volunteers. Not for beginners. Hiking poles suggested. Laguna Coast Wilderness Park,...

Assistance League Spreads Holiday Cheer

Soldiers on their first deployment will receive 56 boxes of gifts and books collected by the professionals group of the Assistance League of Laguna Beach. Military personnel who received the care package last year shared their reactions with their benefactors. USMC Major Jason S....

Clinic Receives an Early Gift

  The Assistance League awarded the Laguna Beach Community Clinic $78,000 to purchase gear for electronic medical records as mandated by the Affordable Care Act. The system will support the clinic’s pursuit of accreditation as a patient centered medical home and increase its...

Public Is Invited to a Mobility Workshop

The public’s feedback is wanted on a draft mobility plan at a 5-6 p.m. workshop Wednesday, Dec. 10 in City Hall by the Planning Commission and the Parking, Traffic and Circulation Committee. Join city staff and the project team at 505 Forest Ave. to review the plan, which is to...

Collaborative Garden Opens in Heisler Park

Members of the Laguna Beach Garden Club joined forces with the Laguna Beach Beautification Council, Laguna Nursery, and the Laguna Beach Sister Cities Association to install a Sister Cities garden in Heisler Park. The land was designated by the city in March 2009. The sister...