Passionate Plucking in Documentary Finale
The Laguna Beach Film Society’s final 2011 documentary, “The Mighty Uke,” is scheduled for Friday, April 8, at 7 p.m. at the Forum Theater on the Festival of Arts grounds. There will also be special guest performances by famed ukulele players.
See why this pint-sized instrument associated with Tiny Tim and Hawaiian grass skirts has become popular in Japan, Canada, and Germany for music ranging from classical to punk.
Tickets go on sale at 6:45 p.m. for $15.
Watercolor Class on the Beach
Laguna Outreach for Community Arts is accepting registration for Watercolors on the Beach, a family activity held outdoors at Treasure Island Beach on Sunday April 10, beginning at 10 a.m.
Participants will view tide pool creatures, and learn about ocean preservation. Following that, artist September McGee will lead a beginner-level watercolor class; no prior experience is needed.
Each student will take home finished art, along with a tote bag, watercolor kit, gel pen, and pencil. A towel and snack is also furnished, courtesy of Montage Resort.
Advance registration is required, adults $35/$20 ages 6 and up. Email [email protected], or call (949)363-4700. www.LOCAarts.org
Why Wait for the Weekend?
Tommy Bahama Laguna Beach is serving up midweek promotions reasons, Monday through Wednesday.
On Monday, the restaurant features $10 burgers and half-priced draft beer; Tuesday, half-priced seasonal cocktails and martinis; Wednesday is celebrated Rombauer Chardonnay for under $30 or Groth Cabernet for $48.50.
Promotions are available at Laguna Beach location, 400 S. Coast Highway, for a limited time.