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TODAY

CALL FOR ENTRIES

The Laguna Beach Senior Center and the Arts Commission in

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conjunction with Banking on Art is accepting artwork from Orange

Country residents 55 and older for the fifth annual Senior Art

Exhibit. All entries must be original and have been executed within

the past two years and must be submitted no later than 4 p.m. Sept.

26. The winning entries will be exhibited at Wells Fargo Bank during

the month of October. Information: (949) 464-9535.

SATURDAY

STREET SMART KIDS

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The United Studios of Self Defense will hold a safety awareness

workshop for kids from noon to 2 p.m. Reservations are encouraged.

The studio is at 30824 S. Coast Highway. Information: (949) 499-5768.

ASSN. OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN

The American Assn. of University Women Laguna Beach Branch will

hold its annual membership brunch from 10 a.m. to noon at the Pacific

Island Clubhouse 1, 31551 Flying Cloud in Laguna Niguel. Rose

Collins, Grecia Garcia and Leticia Jimenez will discuss how mentors

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can help unlock windows to a person’s true potential. Information:

Jana Hollenbeck, (949) 499-0011 or Peggie Thomas (949) 499-1817.

MONDAY

BONE DENSITY TESTING

W.C. Osteoporosis Institute will hold bone density tests from 11

a.m. to 6 p.m. at Bushard’s Pharmacy, 244 Forest Ave. The tests will

cost $30. Information: (949) 494-1059.

TUESDAY

INTUITION CLASS

Laguna Beach Community Services Department will hold a class

titled, “Unleash the Power of Your Intuition.” The four-week class,

led by Susan McNeal Velasquez, will introduce students to trust

intuition. The class will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. through Oct. 8.

Location to be announced. The class costs $80 plus a $5 supply fee.

Information: (949) 497-0716.

LAGUNA BEACH BUSINESS EXPO

The Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce will host this trade show,

which allows chamber members to showcase their products and services.

Resident and other business people will have the opportunity to get

an up-close look and to discuss particular needs with the

representative at each booth. The event will take place from 5 to 8

p.m. Sept. 17 at Tivoli Too, 777 Laguna Canyon Road. Information:

(949) 494-1018, Ext. 1. Web: www.lagunabeachchamber.org.

WEDNESDAY

COFFEE BREAK

Laguna Beach PTA Council Parent Education Committee will kick off

of the first coffee break of the school year. The session titled,

“Principally Speaking,” will give principals Nancy Blade, Chris

Duddy, Ron LaMotte and Joanne Culverhouse an opportunity talk about

new aspects of the school year at their respective campuses. Check-in

starts at 8 a.m. and the talk will begin at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 18 at the

Surf and Sand Hotel, 1555 S. Coast Highway. Admission is $5.

Information: Betsy Jenkins, (949) 499-6270.

THE SOUTH COAST MEDICAL CENTER

The Center will hold a Senior Town Hall Lecture featuring Jess

Marlow. An award-winning broadcast journalist, Marlow is currently

the host of “Life and Times” on KCET Channel 28. The lecture will

take place from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Sept. 18 in the auditorium, 31872 S.

Coast Highway. Information: (949) 499-7202. Web:

www.southcoastmedcenter.com.

SURFRIDER FOUNDATION

The Laguna Beach Chapter of Surfrider Foundation will hold its

monthly meeting at 7 p.m. at Wells Fargo Bank, 260 Ocean Ave., third

floor. Craig Justice, senior water quality analyst with the city of

Laguna Beach, will give a presentation on the requirements of the new

municipal storm water permit and how it will affect residents and

businesses. Information: (949) 631-6273

THURSDAY

PARENTS, FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF GAYS AND LESBIANS

The South Orange County/Laguna Woods Chapter will meet monthly at

7 p.m. every third Wednesday at Laguna County United Methodist

Church, 24442 Moulton Parkway, Laguna Hills. Information: (949)

459-2834.

CROSS CULTURAL COUNCIL

The Cross Cultural Council monthly meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at

St. Mary’s Church, 428 Park Ave. All are welcome to attend.

Information: David (949) 496-3836. 19 de Septiembre --Cross Cultural

Council reunion. Se lleva acabo en 428 Park Ave. Laguna Beach.

Iniciando a las 7 P.M. Todos son bienvenidos. Para mas informacion

llamar Terry Anne al (949) 494-8883.

SEPT. 20

BIKE IT UP LAGUNA

Laguna Beach Rotary will host an evening filled with tips and

techniques from the pros for the trail and the street. Led by Linda

Yadao, a national bike safety educator, children will learn the

etiquette and rules of cycling including the consequences of ignoring

traffic laws and rules of the road . Participants can also enter the

drawing for a bike, helmets and tons of cool stuff. The event will

take place at 7 p.m. at Thurston Middle School, 2100 Park Ave.

Information: Web: www.lagunabeachgrandprix.com.

SEPT. 22

YOGA PLACE

The studio will hold an introduction to Yoga course. The class

will meet from 1 to 4 p.m. at 30818 South Coast Highway. The class

costs $30 in advance; $40 the day of. Information: (949) 415-0955.

Web: www.yogaplace.com.

SEPT. 21

DRILLS AND SKILLS FOR A CYCLE SMART COMMUNITY

The Rotary Club of Laguna Beach will hold a seminar for bicyclists

to learn how to make appropriate decisions in a variety of complex

traffic situations. Participants are encouraged to bring their bike,

helmet and favorite riding gear to earn an official Laguna Beach

Rider Permit. The event will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. in the

Lumberyard parking lot. Web: www.lagunabeachgrandprix.com.

SEPT. 22

COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN

St. Catherine’s Council of Catholic Women will hold its annual

membership tea at 11 a.m. at the Laguna Beach United Methodist

Church, 21632 Wesley Drive. Information: (949) 494-4544.

SEPT. 28

The Laguna Beach

Rotary Grand Prix

The Laguna Beach Rotary Grand Prix will debut with a series of

races Saturday. There will be a Celebrity Chase that will include

Kermit Alexander, former 49er and LA Rams, and CBS sports director

Jim Hill. . The first race will begin at 7 a.m., the Shimano Kids

Race Series will start at 10:25 a.m. and Celebrity Chase at 11 a.m.

The day’s races will take place in Downtown Laguna Beach. The

start/finish line is on Forest Ave. Racers can register online. All

races are $35, except the Shimano Kids and the Celebrity races. The

PRO 1 and 2 race is $50. Non-racers are encouraged to volunteer.

Information: (949) 499-1968. Web: www.lagunabeachgrandprix.com.


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