Laguna Culinary Arts will hold a Holistic Buffet class. The success of
any party menu is measured by your ability to finish the work by show
time and become a guest at your own event. The class will take place from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., June 29. Laguna Culinary Arts is located at 550 S.
Coast Highway, 2nd Floor. Price: $95 per person. Information: (949)
494-0745. Web: www.lagunaculinaryarts.com.
The Laguna Beach Community Band will perform a patriotic concert from
10 a.m. to noon, July 4 at the Sawdust Festival, 965 Laguna Canyon Road.
Information: (949) 494-2216. Web: www.lagunacommunityconcertband.org
The Laguna Playhouse will present "Always . . . Patsy Cline," a
musical based on the life and music of country artist Patsy Cline and a
Texas housewife, Louise Seger who were friends until Cline's untimely
death in a 1963 plane accident. Sally Struthers will star in the role of
Louise Seger. The play will preview July 9 through 12 and premiere on
July 13 running through August 25. The playhouse is at 606 Laguna Canyon
Road. Information: (949) 497-ARTS (2787). Web: www.lagunaplayhouse.com.
Latitude 33 will host local author Andrew Winer who will read and sign
his first novel, "The Color Midnight Made." The event from 4 to 6 p.m.,
July 20 at 311 Ocean Ave. Information: (949) 494-5403.
Music in the Park
The 2002 Music in the Park Concert Series will be kicked off by
traditional acoustic Celtic band Buzzworld. Everyone is invited to bring
a picnic and low-backed chair. The concert, sponsored by the City of
Laguna Beach Arts Commission and the Music in the Park Inc. will take
place from 5 to 7 p.m., July 21 in Bluebird Park at Cress Street and
Temple Terrace. Information: (949) 497-0716.
The Laguna Beach Brewing Company
Lynn Epstein will lead a lineup of eight comics for "One Funny Night."
The show begins at 8 p.m., July 25 at 422 South Coast Highway. 499 2337.
The cover is $5 and a full bar and menu is available. Information: (949)
499-2337 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music in the Park
The City of Laguna Beach Arts Commission and the Music in the Park