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July 10, 2009
Crystal Cove hosts Family Art Club Crystal Cove State Park will unite local professional artists with families under a tent at their weekly Family Art Club. The club will meet from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Thursdays and will include beach watercolor journaling, marine life sculpture, photo mosaics and nature photography. Cost is $35 for each parent-child pair ($30 for Crystal Cove Alliance members); additional children $15. Appropriate for visitors 7 and older. Families will meet at the Crystal Cove Alliance headquarters, cottage No. 45 in the Historic District.
NEWS
May 10, 2002
Joe Giordano My wife and I went to visit her daughter in Santa Barbara this past weekend. While the two ladies went shopping I spent the day wandering around that beautiful city. State Street was blocked off for a car show, but I'm not an automobile enthusiast, so I kept walking until I got to Anapuma Street where I followed some signs pointing to an Earth Day festival. The lawn near City Hall was dotted with dozens of booths and thousands of people.
NEWS
September 12, 2012
The following is from the Sept. 4 City Council meeting. All council members were present. * EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS Mayor Jane Egly presented a proclamation to Dave Thomas and Kevin Mundt commemorating the 20th anniversary of AREO, a gift and home d├ęcor shop on Ocean Avenue. An open house was to be held Sept. 8 to celebrate the anniversary. Egly commended AREO for it success, thoughtful service to its customers and generosity to Laguna's charities and nonprofits.
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July 10, 2009
Crystal Cove hosts Family Art Club Crystal Cove State Park will unite local professional artists with families under a tent at their weekly Family Art Club. The club will meet from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Thursdays and will include beach watercolor journaling, marine life sculpture, photo mosaics and nature photography. Cost is $35 for each parent-child pair ($30 for Crystal Cove Alliance members); additional children $15. Appropriate for visitors 7 and older. Families will meet at the Crystal Cove Alliance headquarters, cottage No. 45 in the Historic District.
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