Saturday February 28
Crystal Cove Canyon Hike
Enjoy a guided 3-mile hike into Moro Canyon on Saturday, February 28 at 9am and learn about the plants and animals that call Crystal Cove State Park home. Meet at the flagpole at the Moro Ranger Station (PCH inland at stoplight School-State Park, follow signs towards the Ranger Station.) $15 day-use fee
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
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 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