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Featured Events:

 

KX 93.5 Second Annual Festival of Music, Featuring The Beach Boys - September 27
KX 93.5 presents its Second Annual Festival of Music, featuring THE BEACH BOYS, with 133 and Say Say, benefiting the non-profit station, Tony Hawk Foundation, SchoolPower, Mauli Ola Foundation, and Surfrider. The show ison Sept. 27 at Irvine Bowl at the Festival of the Arts, making it the first approved concert in the bowl in more than 10 years! Tickets start at $45 and are available here.

UPDATE - In just a month since announcing the KX 93.5 Festival of Music on Sep. 27, The Beach Boys at Irvine Bowl/Festival of the Arts, Loge and VIP seats have sold out!

Main Tier and Director’s Tier tickets are still available, at $75 and $55, respectively. The “Club Kokomo” Meet ‘N’ Greet is also available for a $150 add-on.

 

Newport Landing Blue Whale Migration - Summer/Fall 2014
Giant blue whales were once considered quite rare off Newport Beach in Southern California, but over the last five years this has changed dramatically with hundreds to thousands of giant blue whales sighted each summer and fall. Join Newport Landing’s whale watching cruises offered multiple times daily to view the largest creatures on earth.

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Upcoming Events

Thursday September 18

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Friday September 19

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Saturday September 20

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Sunday September 21

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

 

Bluegrass and BBQ at The Ranch
Laguna Beach Live! is presenting The Barefoot Movement, award winners in 2013 Telluride Bluegrass Festival, on September 21st for a fun afternoon of Bluegrass and BBQ at The Ranch at Laguna Beach (formerly Aliso Creek Inn). The Ranch will be serving BBQ from 4:00 pm when solo mandolinist Evan Marshall entertains. The Barefoot Movement band performs at 5:00 pm.

Concert tickets are $15 for adults in advance and $20 at the door; children, 12 and under, are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Chairs are provided on the Magnolia Patio overlooking the first fairway and are first come, first served. Reserved table seating is available for a VIP ticket of $80 that includes concert, BBQ, and a donation for our outreach education programs. Valet parking is $3; carpooling is suggested.Dinner is $20/person in advance and $22 at the door. You can purchase concert and BBQ together online for $35/person or separately at the door. The menu can be downloaded by clicking here. Sorry, due to licensing restrictions, outside food and beverages cannot be brought in. Read More

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Monday September 22

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Tuesday September 23

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Wednesday September 24

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Thursday September 25

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Friday September 26

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Saturday September 27
KX 93.5 Second Annual Festival of Music, Featuring The Beach Boys
KX 93.5 presents its Second Annual Festival of Music, featuring THE BEACH BOYS, with 133 and Say Say, benefiting the non-profit station, Tony Hawk Foundation, SchoolPower, Mauli Ola Foundation, and Surfrider. The show ison Sept. 27 at Irvine Bowl at the Festival of the Arts, making it the first approved concert in the bowl in more than 10 years! Tickets start at $45 and areavailable here.

UPDATE - In just a month since announcing the KX 93.5 Festival of Music on Sep. 27, The Beach Boys at Irvine Bowl/Festival of the Arts, Loge and VIP seats have sold out!

Main Tier and Director’s Tier tickets are still available, at $75 and $55, respectively. The “Club Kokomo” Meet ‘N’ Greet is also available for a $150 add-on. Read More

 

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More


Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Sunday September 28

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Monday September 29

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

Tuesday September 30

Ballet Memphis at The Laguna Playhouse
Ballet Memphis is a contemporary ballet company based in America’s heartland, committed to celebrating the human spirit through movement. The evening is sure to impress audiences with the West Coast premiere of Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, a psychedelic and sexy ballet showcasing the company’s raw strength and easy elegance. Hailed by The Washington Post as “more than dance,” Ballet Memphis presents an “echo of human experience” with “silky stylized elegance.” Identified as a “national treasure” by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Memphis has evolved into a groundbreaking, nationally sought-after company by merging classical ballet with contemporary cool. Read More

 

 

Laguna Beach MOPS
The MOPS (Mothers of pre-schoolers) program offers a morning of food, fun, creative activities, guest speakers on relevant topics such as parenting, relationships, marriage and more! Open to moms who are pregnant or adopting and moms with newborns and children of elementary school age. Preregistration is required, space is limited. $95 for moms only, or $125 for mom and children each semester. To register visit www.lagunapreschurch.org or call the church office at 949-494-7555.

 

 

 

 

Yoga in the Park
Free classes are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday* at 8am at the Montage public park (Treasure Island park). Carl Brown, a registered yoga alliance instructor and professionally trained in massage provides these free weekday yoga classes in Laguna Beach. *A small donation of $5 is suggested for the Saturday class which will be sent to the Himalayan Children’s Fund for the education of women. Yoga in the Park currently supports 10 girls in Nepal with their education. For more information, please email Carl at CABDTV@gmail.com or call 949-494-9928.

 

 

Laughter Yoga
Laughter Yoga is a unique, newly-developed practice of laughter as a form of exercise, free of the need for jokes or comedy.  Yogic breathing techniques are integrated with intentional laughter practices, resulting in numerous benefits to physical and emotional health.  Participants live life more joyfully and are better able to cope with whatever stresses life may bring.

 

 

The laughers gather daily on the sand at the northernmost end of “Main Beach” in Laguna Beach (Pacific Coast Highway at Broadway/Route 133). If it is raining, they meet under the Gazebo.  They laugh every day including all holidays.  All meetings are FREE, and everyone is welcome. Animals must obey leash laws; children must be supervised (kids usually need to play nearby, yet apart, when the grownups are relaxing).  Smoking is not allowed on the beach. Visit their website for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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