At Bella Terra, it's Kids Club time from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Monday.
Singer Jamie Shaheen will entertain children with sing-a-longs as she plays the piano. The Kids Club takes place at the outdoor amphitheater near the movie theater and Johnny Rockets.
If you haven't been, it's a great way to spend a half hour. I used to take my son to the weekly events during the summer, and kids loved the show, not to mention running around the amphitheater.
Bella Terra is at 7777 Edinger Ave.; http://www.bellaterra-hb.com.
A twist on Fashion Week
Fashion Week in Orange County will have a bit of a twist with the upcoming Working Wardrobes event, "Edith Head to Toe: Runway Styles that Really Work," from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 15 at the Westin South Coast Plaza Hotel, 686 Anton Blvd. in Costa Mesa.
Susan Claassen will act as Edith Head, the Academy Award-winning costume designer from the '40s and '50s, for the catwalk and luncheon event, which will benefit Working Wardrobes, according to news release.
While moderating the fashion show (in character), Claassen — who stars in the acclaimed one-woman show, "A Conversation with Edith Head" — will also share her do's and don'ts of fashion and style.
"For anyone who's tried on a dozen dresses for a night out, wondered what is appropriate for a specific occasion or for those who simply love channeling their inner fashionista, we invite you to spend an afternoon with the always-entertaining Susan Claassen, which is sure to make you feel like a glamorous, award-winning star," Jerri Rosen, founder and chief executive of Working Wardrobes, said in a statement. "Attendees will enjoy an afternoon of fashion, food and sophistication, all while supporting the career development and wardrobing services Working Wardrobes provides to hundreds of individuals in transition each year."
Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. and all proceeds will benefit Working Wardrobes. Tickets are $100 per person; table sponsorship start at $1,500. For more information and to buy tickets, call (714) 210-2460 or visit http://www.workingwarddrobes.org.
Working Wardrobes provides a range of services such as career development and job placement assistance, wardrobe and grooming services.
New juice bar opens at OC Mix
Be one of the first to sample fresh, cold-pressed juices or acai bowls at Birdie Bowl and Juicery, which opens Thursday at The OC Mix.
Owner Jee Shin will offer "live, raw and unpasteurized juices using a hydraulic press to extract the nutrients from only the freshest locally-grown fruits, vegetables and herbs," according to a news release.
The OC Mix is inside SOCO, 3303 Hyland Ave. More information is at http://www.shoptheocmix.com.
Undergraduates offer free jazz concert
Free jazz will occur at UC Irvine during the Claire Trevor School of Arts Jazz Concert: The UCI Small Groups at 8 p.m. March 6 at the Winifred Smith Hall.
All welcomed to attend the evening of "exciting music and improvisation, featuring students from Claire Trevor School of the Arts Undergraduate Jazz Program. This quarterly concert will showcase the Small Group student ensembles under the Jazz faculty," according to a press release.
The Claire Trevor School of the Arts is at 4000 Mesa Road in Irvine; (949) 824-2787.
Trunk show for new line at Laguna Supply
It's trunk show time.
Laguna Supply, a women's boutique in downtown Laguna Beach, is having a Crippen Trunk Show from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday. The new line, designed by former designer and found partner of J Brand, Susie Crippen, is "effortless, chic clothing women will wear every day and for years to come," according to an announcement for the show.
"I wanted to put eight pieces of clothing and three pairs of shoes in my suitcase and be ready for any destination and situation I would be put in," Susie Crippen said in a statement.
For more on the shop, check it out at http://www.facebook.com/LagunaSupply210. Laguna Supply is at 201 Beach St.; (949) 497-8850.
ALISHA GOMEZ is the managing editor of the Coastline Pilot and Huntington Beach Independent. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (714) 966-4618.