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KIM ALEXIS IS FESTIVAL’S CELEBRITY JUDGE

Permalink 07/23/14 13:12, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: News, Happenings, The Arts

 

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Model Kim Alexis will serve as the celebrity judge at the "Festival Runway Fashion" show on Saturday, Aug. 2 from 1-4 p.m.


Celebrity fashion critic Steven "Cojo" Cojocaru moves from his post as a celebrity judge from last year's show to the celebrity host.


The Festival of Arts is known for putting on truly unique and imaginative events, and for the sixth year in a row, Festival artists will make fashion their medium at the show, which is free with Festival of Arts admission.

This isn't your run-of-the-mill fashion show. Just like TV’s “Project Runway,” see who’s "in" and who’s "out" this year as Festival artists compete to create the most inspired couture using reclaimed, reused, or recycled materials. See where fine art meet high fashion.

Alexis has been featured in over 500 magazine covers and six Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues, worked as a fashion correspondent on Good Morning America and appeared in countless commercials for companies such as Revlon and Gillette.

In recent years Alexis has de-emphasized her career in favor of raising her children. During this time, however, her image has evolved; to a large extent, as the result of hundreds of speaking engagements at events sponsored by organizations around the country on topics ranging from health and nutrition, to fitness, parenting, self improvement and women’s empowerment.

As people become more aware that Alexis has been a hands-on mother to her three boys (the oldest being 28), that she overcame a serious thyroid disorder, and that she has intelligent, well-informed views on issues that matter to their lives, her credibility invariably rises in categories that extend well beyond fashion.

Alexis also has been a dedicated athlete all of her life: She was a competitive swimmer in high school, and has completed eight marathons and three triathlons.

Below is the complete events schedule for Festival of Arts:

EVENT INFORMATION

Special Events

For a complete list of activities visit LagunaFestivalofArts.org. All events are free with admission unless otherwise noted.


· Art Talks: A Lecture Series
Thursdays, July 10 – August 28
(12 – 1pm)

· Art, Jazz, Wine, and Chocolate
Thursdays, July 10 – August 28
(5:30 – 7:30pm); $15

· Jazz on the Green
Saturdays, July 12 & 26, Aug 9 & 30
(1 – 3pm)

July 12: Greg Adams & East Bay Soul

July 26: Down to the Bone

Aug 9: Jeff Lorber Fusion

Aug 30: Spencer Day

· Festival Runway Show
Saturday, August 2
(1 – 4pm)

· Family Art Day
Saturday, August 19
(12 - 3pm)

· Art of Cooking Series
Sundays, July 13 – August 24
(1 – 2pm)

· Sunday in the Park Music Series
Sundays, July 13 – August 24
(2 - 4 pm)


Art Workshops for Everyone

· In 2014, printmaking, ceramics and multimedia workshops will be open daily for visitors of all ages to stretch creative muscles. The Festival Art Center, sponsored by Wells Fargo, will be open from 11am - 8pm daily for hands-on artistic fun.

· Creativity runs wild at the Festival’s Adult and Teen Art Workshops where students will create their own masterpieces under the instruction of professional artists. Reservations required, call (949) 464-4234 for information and schedule.

· Monday - Friday, the Festival hosts Youth Art Education Days, art classes for children ages 5-12. Classes include sculpture, printmaking, drawing, and much more. Call for schedule and reservations: (949) 464-4234.

ART TOURS

Free art tours are held Monday - Friday at 11 am and 3 pm and Saturday and Sunday at 11 am and 4 pm. Meet the artists and learn firsthand about their artwork and techniques through discussions and free artist demonstrations.

SPECIAL EXHIBITS

· The Festival’s Junior Art Exhibition, sponsored in part by The PIMCO Foundation, is comprised of over 300 pieces of artwork from Orange County school children (PK-12). The quality of art represented in exhibit will astound art lovers of all ages.

· Support the arts by purchasing artwork from the Art-to-Go Exhibit themed “People, Places, and Things” donated by Festival arts with proceeds benefiting The Artist Fund at Festival of Arts.

DINING OPTIONS / GIFT SHOP

· Tivoli Terrace Restaurant serves lunch and dinner during the Festival season in a beautiful garden setting. Live music is featured nightly. Tivoli Terrace will feature its Summer Pageant Menu with an array of salads and sandwiches and fresh seafood for lunch and a variety of traditional American cuisine for dinner.

· Gina’s Alfresco offers casual Italian fare and is a complement to the Festival’s artistic atmosphere.

· The Festival of Arts boutique style gift shop is the perfect place to find t-shirts, art books, posters, messenger bags and many other items to remember your visit.

GENERAL FESTIVAL INFORMATION

DATES & TIMES

July 6 – August 30, 2014

Open daily from 10am – 11:30pm

Early closing July 6 at 6pm and August 23 at 3:30pm

TICKET INFORMATION

General Admission: Weekdays $7, Weekends $10

Students & Seniors: Weekdays $4, Weekends $6

Free Admission for Children 12 and under, Military, and Laguna Beach Residents.

Passport to the Arts:

A special promotion (funded in part by Bank of America): Passport to the Arts for only $23. Includes unlimited admission all summer long to the Festival of Arts, the Sawdust Art Festival and Art-A-Fair. Enjoy works of art by more than 500 artists, 300 hands-on workshops, dozens of special events, plus a one time, all-day free parking pass with each Passport purchased. Order online at www.LagunaBeachPassport.com. Passports also available for purchase on-site at each festival location during the summer. Offer excludes Pageant of the Masters.

SPONSORS

The Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters are sponsored in part by Fidelity Investments, KOST Radio 103.5, the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, and Orange County Register.

LOCATION

Festival of Arts Grounds
650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

FOR INFORMATION & TICKETS

(800) 487-2787

www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION

The Festival of Arts, a non-profit 501(c)(3), has always been a local leader that has helped with the growth and development of the community and the arts in Laguna Beach. Established in 1932, the Festival of Arts’ mission is to promote, produce and sponsor events and activities that encourage the appreciation, study and performance of the arts. For every summer for over 80 years, the Festival of Arts has produced two world-class events: The Festival of Arts- California’s Premier Fine Art Show and the Pageant of the Masters- where art comes to life. Together both shows attract more than 250,000 visitors into Laguna Beach.

 

Seeing is Believing as Segerstrom Center Presents Supernatural Audience Engagement Activities During GHOST – THE MUSICAL

Permalink 07/23/14 12:53, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings, The Arts

 

July 29 – August 10, 2014

The supernatural power of love is taking Orange County by

storm as the new Broadway and West End musical

GHOST – THE MUSICAL, adapted from the Academy

Award®-winning film, opens at Segerstrom Center

for the Arts on July 29.

Employing special effects never before seen in an

on-stage musical, GHOST – THE MUSICALfeatures

illusions that continually leave audiences astonished

and questioning if what they just saw was real.

Audiences attending GHOST – THE MUSICAL at

Segerstrom Center for the Arts are in for a special

treat when they participate in lobby activities one

hour prior to curtain and during intermissions for

all performances.

The popular photo opportunity returns with the

iconic pottery wheel that is a significant moment in

both the musical and the 1990 film.

For those wanting to add a special touch to their

photos, a section will be lit in blue so they can pose

as ghosts.

Patrons are encouraged to post their photos

on social media sites and use hashtag#GhostMusicalOC.

Ticket holders will enjoy the lighting and special effects display

where they will learn how gobos, color gels and more create

the supernatural wonders seen on stage.

The display also features examples of lighting fixtures

and fun theater terminology. Behind-the-scenes video

interviews of the show’s creative minds will be playing nearby.

 

 

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Chris Weitz, director of “The Twilight Saga: New Moon”; “American Pie”; and other hit movies, will visit Mission Viejo on July 30 to discuss his first novel for teens, “The Young World.”

Permalink 07/23/14 12:48, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings, The Arts

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Weitz will appear in the City’s popular Writers Present program at 6 p.m. at the Mission Viejo Library, 100 Civic Center.

In “The Young World,” an action-packed futuristic tale of survival, a mysterious sickness wipes out most of the population, and the young survivors assemble into tightly run tribes. Jefferson, the reluctant leader of the Washington Square tribe, and Donna, the girl he’s secretly in love with, have carved out a precarious existence among the chaos.

 

But when another tribe member discovers a clue that may hold the cure to the sickness, five teens set out on a life-altering road trip to save humankind. The tribe exchanges gunfire with enemy gangs, escapes cults and militias, braves the wilds of the subway and Central Park…and discovers truths they could never have imagined.

Weitz will discuss his filmmaking career and writing and will sign books that will be available for purchase at the event.

This free event is sponsored by the Friends of the Mission Viejo Library and A Whale of a Tale Children’s Bookshoppe.

To make a reservation, call 949-830-7100 x5105 or email libref@cityofmissionviejo.org.

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Najee, a saxophonist, composer and arranger known and loved worldwide, will appear on the next “Breakfast with Gary and Kelly” radio for TV broadcast Saturday, August 9

Permalink 07/23/14 12:45, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Schools, The Arts

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The radio show will broadcast live starting at 9 a.m. from the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center, 24932 Veterans Way.

A studio audience will be welcomed in for the 10 a.m. to noon show; doors will open at 9:30 a.m. with the final hour being videotaped for later broadcast. The program airs on the City’s MVTV Channel 30 and on Saddleback College’s SCTV Channel 39.  The audience will be admitted for free, but seating is limited.  Reservations are available atwww.ksbr.org.

One of the top-selling jazz artists of our generation, Najee has twice been nominated for a Grammy Award and has two platinum and four gold albums to his credit.  Najee has performed at the White House for President Clinton and at Nelson Mandela’s birthday celebration in South Africa.

He has collaborated with top artists across the entire musical spectrum, including Quincy Jones, Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Prince, Patti Labelle, Herbie Hancock, Larry Carlton, George Duke and others.

Last fall, he unveiled his 15th studio album, the wildly successful “The Morning After – A Musical Love Journey,” which includes remarkable guests like guitarist Ray Fuller and Brian Bromberg.

For more information on the Radio on TV monthly series and how to become part of the audience for this special August 9 show, tune to 88.5 KSBR or visit www.KSBR.org.

Elks Lodge and city of Mission Viejo announce the funding of Free Vision Testing Event

Permalink 07/22/14 17:15, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: News, Happenings, Charitable, Health

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With partial funding from the city of Mission Viejo, Mission Viejo / Saddleback Valley Elks Lodge No. 2444 (“Elks Lodge”) will be hosting and funding the first city-wide free vision testing for youths on August 17, 2014 from noon to 5 pm.

The Better Vision for Children Foundation (“BVCF”) will conduct a series of free pre-school vision screenings for city resident youths aged 6 months to 5 years old. This age group is at risk of the common “Lazy Eye” blindness. This comprehensive vision screening, utilizing technology developed by NASA, can help prevent blindness, dyslexia and serious complications from eye cancer. The testing can also detect the early need for eye glasses.

To continue the ongoing city wide free vision screenings program, BVCF needs sponsors and volunteers as soon as possible. Interested parties may call, email or access BVCF respectively at (714) 637-4034, bvcfdn@gamil.com or bettervisionforchildren.org and eyeseebetter.org.

The Mission Viejo / Saddleback Elks Lodge No. 2444, celebrating forty-four (44) years of service to the Saddleback Valley communities, is one of ten lodges in the Orange Coast District of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) whose headquarters is in Chicago, Illinois. The BPOE is a charitable organization with a 146 year history of giving, “Elks Care, Elks Share.”

Hal Mattson, Lodge Publicity

Mission Viejo / Saddleback Valley Elks Lodge No. 2444

“KEEP COMMUNICATING”

Andy Costello

2014-15 CHEA Public Relations Chairman

Mission Viejo, Saddleback Valley Lodge #2444

SEAWORLD TAPS COCA-COLA’S BREAKTHROUGH PLANTBOTTLE TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE FIRST CONSUMER CUP

Permalink 07/22/14 17:09, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings, Health

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-- Cup reduces carbon impact and advances planet-friendly vacations --

Being green is oh-so refreshing. That was the message  as SeaWorld Parks & EntertainmentTM debuted the first refillable plastic cup made from plant-based materials.  Now available in all SeaWorld® and Busch Gardens parks across the U.S., the reusable, 100-percent recyclable plastic cup is manufactured using proprietary PlantBottleTM packaging technology from the company's beverage partner, Coca-Cola.

"Working together, our two companies are using our resources and reach to inspire people to make a difference," said SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Corporate Vice President of Culinary Operations Andrew Ngo. "Our friends at The Coca-Cola Company share our commitment to conservation, our passion for the planet, and our innovative approach to consumer experiences.  Even more important, this appeals to our guests, who expect and reward recycling and sustainability."

PlantBottle packaging swaps traditional plastic resins with natural sugars found in plants.  Fewer fossil-based ingredients mean a smaller carbon footprint. SeaWorld’s switch to PlantBottle plastic in its refillable cups is expected to remove 35 metric tons of CO2 emissions annually -- the equivalent of saving more than 80 barrels of oil a year.

The unique PlantBottle technology is popular packaging for Coca-Cola’s bottled beverages. SeaWorld takes this technology to a new level, creating the first commercially available consumer product: a refillable plastic cup.

Since The Coca-Cola Company introduced PlantBottle technology in 2009 as the first recyclable PET plastic bottle made partially from plants, more than 450,000 barrels of oil have been saved.  And, more than 20 billion PlantBottle packages have been distributed in 31 countries worldwide.

"Once we fully realized the power of PlantBottle technology, we knew it had real-world, global applications well beyond our own products," said Scott Vitters, general manager, PlantBottle packaging platform, The Coca-Cola Company.  "This collaboration with SeaWorld demonstrates that PlantBottle technology can be applied anywhere that PET plastic is traditionally used, but with a lighter footprint on the planet.”

Colorful in-park murals and point-of-purchase displays promoting environmental advocacy will help inform park guests of the new product.

SeaWorld eventually plans to use Coca-Cola's PlantBottle technology in the manufacture of many of its souvenir cups and is actively exploring opportunities for its potential use in the development of other merchandise.

SeaWorld and Coca-Cola have also partnered on two other initiatives that promote conservation and sustainability:

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In 2013 SeaWorld introduced the Cup That Cares -- a reusable cup with an embedded RFID chip that interacts with Coca-Cola Freestyle® dispensers in the theme parks and calculates the amount of carbon guests keep from the environment by refilling their cups.

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All fountain drinks are served in paper cups made from 85 percent renewable resources. This is a sizeable commitment: 14.6 million paper cups are used each year throughout the company's 11 theme parks.

About The Coca-Cola Company

The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) is the world's largest beverage company, refreshing consumers with more than 500 sparkling and still brands.  Led by Coca-Cola, one of the world's most valuable and recognizable brands, our Company's portfolio features 17 billion-dollar brands including Diet Coke, Fanta, Sprite, Coca-Cola Zero, vitaminwater, Powerade, Minute Maid, Simply, Georgia and Del Valle. Globally, we are the No. 1 provider of sparkling beverages, ready-to-drink coffees, and juices and juice drinks.  Through the world's largest beverage distribution system, consumers in more than 200 countries enjoy our beverages at a rate of 1.9 billion servings a day.  With an enduring commitment to building sustainable communities, our Company is focused on initiatives that reduce our environmental footprint, support active, healthy living, create a safe, inclusive work environment for our associates, and enhance the economic development of the communities where we operate.  Together with our bottling partners, we rank among the world's top 10 private employers with more than 700,000 system associates.  For more information, visit Coca-Cola Journey at www.coca-colacompany.com, follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/CocaColaCo, visit our blog, Coca-Cola Unbottled, at www.coca-colablog.com or find us on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/company/the-coca-cola-company.

About SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment™ is a leading theme park and entertainment company delivering personal, interactive and educational experiences that blend imagination with nature and enable its customers to celebrate, connect with and care for the natural world we share. The Company owns or licenses a portfolio of globally recognized brands including SeaWorld®, Shamu® and Busch Gardens®. Over its more than 50 year history, the company has built a diversified portfolio of 11 destination and regional theme parks across the United States that hosted more than 23 million guests in 2013. The company also has recently begun to leverage its brands into media, entertainment and consumer products.

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is one of the world’s foremost zoological organizations and a global leader in animal welfare, training, husbandry and veterinary care.  The company collectively cares for one of the largest animal collections in North America and has helped lead advances in the care of animals. The company also rescues and rehabilitates ocean marine animals that are ill, injured and orphaned, with the goal of returning them to the wild. The SeaWorld rescue team has helped more than 23,000 animals in need over the last 50 years.

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is a wholly owned subsidiary of SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc., a publicly traded company (NYSE: SEAS). Copies of this and other news releases as well as additional information about SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. can be obtained online at www.seaworldentertainment.com.  Shareholders and prospective investors can also register to automatically receive the Company's press releases, SEC filings and other notices by e-mail.

 

Becca Bides / SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment

Ocean Institute Family Science Night Series Continues Tonight

Permalink 07/22/14 17:01, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings

The Ocean Institute will present three more Tuesday Family Science Nights in 2014: July 22, and August 5 & 19, 6 – 8 p.m. Presentations will include a talk by a distinguished local scientist, activities for children and a lab to introduce the whole family to the fascinating world of science.  Please join us as we survey the stars, explore the seas and dive into the surf zone.


July 22 – The LA Nature Map

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County has begun a long-term biodiversity study of urban habitats and surrounding natural areas, but we need help from members of the public to complete this study.  Join us as NHM educators and researchers, including Richard Smart, talk about their citizen science program and how children, adults and families from all over Southern California can contribute to the L.A. Nature Map.

 


August 5 – What’s the BIG Deal about Plankton?

Dr. Peter Bryant from UC Irvine will discuss his exciting research into the world of zooplankton, the microscopic animals which are a vital food source for fish and whales and may even play a role in keeping our oceans safe and clean. Participants will get the chance to collect and study their own plankton samples from our Maddie James Seaside Learning Center!

 


August 19 – Backyard Birds in your Neighborhood

Trude Hurd, Director of Education at The Sea and Sage Audubon Center, will explore the common birds of Orange County and some of the not-so-common birds and learn how we can get involved in projects to help protect birds and keep them safe.

For ages 4 and up.  Cost is $7 per person or $25 per family.  Register online at www.ocean-institute.org or call (949) 496-2274.  Become a member of the Ocean Institute, and receive a discount.

Founded in 1977, the Ocean Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to ocean preservation through education, setting the standard for educational excellence and serving as a leading resource for universities, museums, teachers and all others seeking to increase their knowledge of the ocean.  The Ocean Institute is open to the general public on weekends, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  Cost:  $6.50 adults, $4.50 children (ages 4-12), Ocean Institute members free.  Unique maritime and ocean-themed items are available in the Chambers Gallery everyday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Institute address: 24200 Dana Point Harbor Dr., Dana Point.  Website: www.ocean-institute.org.  Phone: (949) 496-2274.

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Jim Graves

 

The Spiritual Option to Defeat Obesity by Don Ingwerson

Permalink 07/22/14 16:59, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Religions, Commentary

A life that expresses mind-body-spirit balance is so important because this balance allows people to find health and happiness. While many focus on the climbing rates of disease and other health problems, the key to finding a solution to these problems may lie in examining how this spiritual balance can be obtained.

Take obesity. In many cases, the mental atmosphere directly corresponds to the physical body, and if the mental is unhealthy a physical problem is manifested.

What keeps someone from sliding into obesity? It’s pretty accurate to say that all of us encounter stresses, frustrations, and other emotions caused by changes in environment, location, relationships, economic conditions, etc., which current reasoning suggests may lead to obesity. But with spiritual balance and purpose that brings a strong sense of love and self worth, the negative stresses that lead to unhealthy conditions in the body are reduced and replaced with healthy outcomes.

 

Mary Baker Eddy, author of Science and Health, brought forth a powerful idea about spiritual love when she wrote, “Love inspires, illumines, designates, and leads the way.” Holding to the idea that God, or divine Love, is all encompassing and ever present combats feelings of purposelessness or powerlessness. This becomes the solution.

 

One way to become more aware of spiritual balance is to examine your lifestyle and decide if you should make changes to incorporate a more spiritual approach.

 

Many address the need for fulfillment and balance in terms of food, but this is a limited solution that doesn’t go to the bottom of the problem. Oprah has publicly battled weight issues, and her idea of a spiritual component to addressing this problem is helpful: “Being overweight is a spiritual issue. And spiritual growth is required to overcome it.” In many instances, good health starts mentally, and there is a growing body of research that suggests there are connections between spirituality/religion for both mental and physical health.

 

In the Bible, Jesus advises, “take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat or what ye shall drink. …Is not the life more than meat…?” As more people realize that the mental-spiritual aspects of health need to be addressed for a lasting health solution – instead of just looking to diet and exercise – obesity won’t seem to be an insurmountable problem. As thinking changes, the body will respond to deeper spiritual views.

 

Don Ingwerson

 

Article first published in Blogcritics.

 

 

Don lives in Laguna Beach with his wife and they are both Christian Science practitioners. He brings his years serving the public in education to his work as a liaison of Christian Science, where he maintains contacts with the media and legislative offices. Don blogs on health and spirituality and you can read more at www.csinsocal.com.

Aliso Viejo City Clerk set to retire this fall

Permalink 07/22/14 16:32, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: News, Happenings

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Susan Ramos, who has served as Aliso Viejo's city clerk for the past six years, will retire from her post in November.

Throughout her 25-year career, Susan has worked for seven cities. As Aliso Viejo's city clerk, Susan has been the depository for all official documents and records. She prepares City Council agendas and administers democratic processes such as elections, access to city records and all legislative actions.

Susan, who began working for Aliso Viejo in March 2008, has accomplished much during her tenure here.

She was instrumental in the completion of the city's Municipal Code as well as records management, making sure tons of county files that were stored in boxes were retained, cataloged and filed in a database and stored in a secure offsite records storage location. She also initiated the City's annual document shredding/identity theft event, completing the 5th one last month.

An "Aliso Proud" resident, Susan has been a behind-the-scenes executive working with the City Council and staff to ensure transparency to the public.

"I love working with the Council and staff and serving the public," she said. "Having worked for seven cities, I know what it can be like and I have been very blessed here."

Leaving her position in November is bittersweet. The day after retiring Susan and her husband will pack up their car and head to Colorado to be near four of their five children, 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

City Manager Dave Doyle said Susan will be missed.

"Susan has been a tremendous asset to the city of Aliso Viejo and her shoes will be tough to fill," he said.


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Chef Joffrey Lopez Shares Culinary Expertise at Festival of Arts Williams Sonoma Chef to be Featured in Art of Cooking Series on July 27 from 1-2pm

Permalink 07/22/14 16:04, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: News, Happenings, The Arts

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Learn to create delicious dishes with Williams Sonoma Chef Joffrey Lopez at the Festival of Arts Sunday, July 27 from 1-2pm.

 

Chef Joffrey will demonstrate some of his favorite recipes and share samples of his finished creations with the audience.

 

This special event series takes place in the Festival’s Art Center and is free with Festival admission.


For over fourteen years, Chef Joffrey has been teaching culinary skills to aspiring cooks at Williams Sonoma in South Coast Plaza.  Known for selling professional quality cookware and gourmet foods, each store also offers a lineup of cooking and technique classes for chefs of all levels.


“Cooking demonstrations with Chef Joffrey are always a great time,” said Susan Davis, director of special events for the Festival of Arts. “His presentations are informative, but also very fun and taste delicious!”


Foodies rejoice every Sunday from 1-2pm at the Festival of Arts’ “Art of Cooking” series. Every Sunday between July 13 and August 24, this special event series takes place in the Festival Art Center and is free with Festival admission.



ABOUT THE FESTIVAL OF ARTS FINE ART SHOW

As one of the nation’s oldest and most highly acclaimed juried fine art shows, the Festival of Arts features the artwork of 140 award-winning artists. Patrons may enjoy the work of exhibiting artists, demonstrations and art workshops, daily art tours, live music, special events, on-site restaurants and much more. For a full listing of events, visit LagunaFestivalofArts.org.

DATES & TIMES

July 6 – August 30, 2014

Open daily from 10am – 11:30pm

Early closings: July 6 at 6pm and August 23 at 3:30pm

TICKET INFORMATION

General Admission: Weekdays $7, Weekends $10

Students & Seniors: Weekdays $4, Weekends $6

Free Admission for Children 12 and under, Military, and Laguna Beach Residents.

SPONSORS

The Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters are sponsored in part by Fidelity Investments, KOST Radio 103.5, the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, and Orange County Register.

LOCATION

Festival of Arts Grounds
650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

FOR INFORMATION & TICKETS

(800) 487-2787

www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org

 

Submitted By: Meghan Perez

 

Sharbie Higuchi, Director of Marketing and Public Relations 
Festival of Arts • 650 Laguna Canyon Road • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

 

Tony Award® Winner Brian Stokes Mitchell Returns to Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Simply Broadway

Permalink 07/22/14 16:00, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: The Arts

 



Broadway’s favorite leading man, Brian Stokes Mitchell, opens Segerstrom Center’s 2014 – 2015 Cabaret Season with his one-man-show Simply Broadway on Friday, October 10 at 8 p.m. in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.

For his return visit to the Center, the dashing Tony Award-winning artist with the captivating baritone voice will perform some of his favorite Broadway songs fromCamelotPorgy and BessCompanySunday in the Park with GeorgeLes Misérables and many more. He will be joined by pianist Tedd Firth.

 

 

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Father’s Day BBQ - Mission Viejo, Saddleback Valley Lodge #2444

Permalink 07/22/14 15:56, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings, Charitable

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Three generations of Pat and Harvey Ohman family

 

Over one hundred Elks and their guests enjoyed a wonderful Father’s Day at Mission Viejo/Saddleback Valley Lodge #2444 on Sunday, June 15, 2014.

All in attendance at the Elks Lodge Patio wore big smiles while enjoying family and friends, eating delicious BBQ food, listening and dancing to live music, and participating in fun games for kids of all ages.

Kitchen and BBQ pit crew chief Ben Blair and his well-organized team prepared and delivered lip-smacking BBQ ribs, BBQ chicken, BBQ corn, and pulled pork to the buffet line throughout the event.

With this all-you-could-eat event, many attendees returned for second and third helpings loaded with compliments about the quantity and quality of the BBQ food and the array of taste bud pleasing flavors.

Local band ‘Roll The Dice’ rocked the lodge patio for several hours to many appreciative fans and dancers.  These Elks say a big “thank you” to Tim Stettson and his band for donating their considerable musical talents to our lodge event.

Exalted Ruler Derek Randles and youth activities chair-person Karen Bargabus organized games for our kids.  The soda drink and alka-seltzer tablet competition was the crowd favorite as each competitor eventually erupted with a mouthful of soda as they struggled to contain the mixture as long as they could.

Event chairperson Mike Long is humbled by the many Elks volunteers that worked together to make this Father’s Day event a success.  Thank You Team!  And a very special “thank you” to Pam MacKay for her mentoring and hard work at her second full-time “job”.


The Mission Viejo / Saddleback Elks Lodge No. 2444, celebrating forty-four (44) years of service to the Saddleback Valley communities, is one of ten lodges in the Orange Coast District of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) whose headquarters is in Chicago, Illinois. The BPOE is a charitable organization with a 146 year history of giving, “Elks Care, Elks Share.”

“KEEP COMMUNICATING”

Andy Costello

2014-15 CHEA Public Relations Chairman

Mission Viejo, Saddleback Valley Lodge #2444

 

World Renowned Composer and Performer Yanni Returns to Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Permalink 07/22/14 15:44, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings, The Arts

 

 

Music’s true global artist and popular contemporary composer, Yanni, returns to Segerstrom Center for the Arts with an all new show on Sunday, September 21 at 7 p.m. in Segerstrom Hall during his 2014 World Tour.

An ambassador for peace, good will and understanding, Yanni is one of the most recognizable composer-performers, and his music defies borders and boundaries.

The concert will feature audience favorites as well as music from Yanni's most recent release,Inspirato, his seventeenth studio album.

Yanni collaborated with opera great Plácido Domingo to enlist some of opera’s biggest stars, including soprano Renée Fleming and tenor Rolando Villazón, to add voice to his music.

 

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Spanish Master Painter Royo Exhibits Impressionist Oil Paintings in Laguna Beach

Permalink 07/22/14 15:39, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Business, The Arts


Exclusive Collections Gallery announces a solo art show for Master Artist Royo and a new art collection of original oil paintings

Exclusive Collections Galleries (EC Galleries) is honored to announce that Master Artist Royo will host a solo exhibition in Laguna Beach for two days on September 19-20 (6pm to 9pm on Friday and Saturday).

This is the first visit that internationally-renowned artist Royo will make to EC Gallery in Laguna Beach. Royo’s original oil paintings will be paired with a free-to-attend champagne reception and live music at the gallery on 417 South Coast Highway.

 

 

 

Royo’s impressionist technique uses color and texture to tell a story about life in his native country of Spain. Bright, saturated hues capture the intensity and light that is indicative of the Mediterranean.

 

Born in Valencia, Royo studied such masters as Velázquez, Goya and Monet at San Carlos Royal Academy of Fine Arts and has been compared to such renowned painters as Auguste Renoir and Joaquin Sorolla.

 

His prestigious reputation in the art world has earned him commissions to paint the royal portraits of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia, as well as other prominent political and social figures. His artwork now graces museums, galleries and private collections worldwide.

 

For inquiries about available original paintings for sale by Royo or to RSVP for his show, please contact your fine art consultant at Exclusive Collections Galleries.

 

EC Galleries Royo Show dates and times in Laguna Beach

Friday, September 19 from 6pm to 9pm

Saturday, September 20 from 6pm to 9pm

 

Exclusive Collections Gallery

417 South Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

RSVP: (855) 372-8213 or pr@ecgallery.com


About Exclusive Collections Fine Art Galleries (EC Galleries)

 

EC Galleries are set apart as “America’s Finest Galleries”, composed of a thoughtful and experienced team providing intelligent guidance to novice and experienced art collectors alike on the joys of collecting art. For more information on the artists, events, or galleries, please visit www.ecgallery.com.

Saddleback College will host a free musical under the stars on the lawn of its upper campus quad the weekend of August 1-2

Permalink 07/21/14 18:59, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings, Schools, The Arts

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Directed by Scott Farthing, choreography by Deidre Cavazzi and musical direction by Lex Leigh, “Godspell” is presented in a series of skits in a family-fun musical featuring songs by Stephen Schwartz.

The production is part of a special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

Festival seating starts at 6 p.m., with the show beginning at 7:30 p.m. Guests should bring picnic baskets, blankets and low-back chairs, if desired.  Food will also be available for purchase. Glass bottles and alcohol are not allowed.

Saddleback College is at 28000 Marguerite Pkwy.  Enter the campus at the College Drive Entrance (nearest Mission Hospital) off Marguerite Parkway; turn right on College Drive West; and park in Lot 9 on the left. A free tram will also be available near the handicapped parking area in Lot 9.

For more information, call the box office at 949-582-4656.

Music, activities abound at this year’s Symphony in the Cities, Prelude in the Park July 26

Permalink 07/21/14 18:56, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings, The Arts, Pacific Symphony

PSO-croppedGuests to this year’s Symphony in the Cities and Prelude in the Park event on Saturday, July 26 will enjoy a cornucopia of family entertainment and fun.

The popular community event will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Olympic bicycle race in Mission Viejo and Music Director Carl St.Clair’s 25 years with the Symphony.

The  Prelude in the Park kicks off at 4 p.m. with music and activities including copper embossing; a meet and greet with Olympians Brian Goodell and Julie Foudy; Torch Project; Safety Board Game; Cake Walk, mini-decathlon for kids; and many other great activities.

Local band “Then Again” will perform hit songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

Before the Pacific Symphony takes center stage at 7 p.m., the Musical Playground also at 4 p.m. will give kids the chance to make an instrument, play a drum, meet a musician and take part in a conducting clinic with Maestro St.Clair.

An array of food and beverages will be available for purchase. Free shuttle service from the Mission Viejo Civic Center at 200 Civic Center and Gilleran Park at 24960 Felipe Road will be available from 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

For information about the event, visit cityofmissionviejo.org. Information about volunteering during the Prelude in the Park is available by contacting Vickie Sullivan at vsullivan@cityofmissionviejo.org.

The City of Mission Viejo started placing markers this week along the 9.85-mile course used in the 1984 Summer Olympics – jumpstarting the 2-week anniversary celebration of the historic bicycle race

Permalink 07/21/14 18:54, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: News, Happenings, Sports

Markers for Olympic Bike Race

The City will celebrate three decades of Olympic history at the Symphony in the Cities and Prelude in the Park event on Saturday, July 26 and will culminate the milestone anniversary at 3:30 p.m. on July 29 by unveiling new monument walls placed at the finish line along Olympiad road.

The individual men’s and women’s road race put Mission Viejo on the international stage as the first Olympic event during the 1984 Olympics. The women’s race marked the first time women raced on road in an Olympic event.

Connie Carpenter –Phinney won the gold and Rebecca Twigg took home the silver. The women’s race took two hours, 11 minutes and 40 seconds and included five laps around the 9.85-mile course. Alexi Grewal captured the gold medal in the Men’s road race.

That 12-lap race took four hours, 59 minutes and 57 seconds.  Both races were riveting and won by the United States with only minutes to spare.

The start/finish line is situated just north of Lake Mission Viejo on Olympiad Road. The course winds north on Marguerite Parkway then west on Mustang Run; south on Crucero; south on Hildago; east on Vista Del Lago; south on Marguerite Parkway; east on La Paz; and finally north on Olympiad Road.

The public is invited to mark the celebrations at the Symphony in the Cities, Prelude in the Park event on July 26 and the 3:30 p.m. monument unveiling July 29 on Olympiad Road.

Tribeca Hair Salon Events - We are looking for hairstylists to volunteer one day a month at The Village of Hope in Tustin

Permalink 07/20/14 17:35, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: Happenings, Business, Charitable

 

For appointments please call (949) 916-2400. Or email us atinfo@tribecahairsalon.com

 

 

 

 

 

Now exclusively at Tribeca Salon , the HydraFacial . Have young looking skin again. See what all the talk is about. May special  $110 for one hour . (normally $140). Call Tribeca 949-916-2400.

 

 

 

 

 

Regenix Event Success

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We had a great turnout for our evening with Regenix. Met some great people. Did you know that

Regenix hair care products can make your hair look and feel thicker. If you missed our event you can still fill out a Regenix form and mail in your hair samples to Regenix and then they can analyze them for you free of charge.

 

We are looking for hairstylists to volunteer one day a month at The Village of Hope in Tustin.

 

 

Tribeca has a 4 chair salon to take care of the 190 men women and children who live there.

 

We  are also collecting non perishable food items for The Village of Hope.

 

 

Go to their website to see the list of items needed.www.rescuemission.org

 

Green Hair?

Golden hair turned green? Getting to be the time of year...almost when we

decide we want to spend time in the pool. Vacation, down time, relaxing time

...but you have golden blonde hair. How do you keep your hair from turning

Green...like the hat of a leprechaun?

Here are some tips:

Slap On Some Hair Product

Chlorine is used as a disinfectant to kill harmful bacteria in the water.

This keeps you from getting sick from E. coli and other nasty germs,

but it also strips out the natural oils that protect your hair from

damage and daily wear. Since I don't want my hair to turn into hay,

I've learned to coat my strands with hair product before I jump into

the pool.

 

And when possible rinse immediately after getting out of pool.

 

Get your hair wet-

Less chlorine will be absorbed by your hair if it is already wet!

Apply a leave in conditoner.DeDe by Davines works great.

Special Shampoos-

Davines NouNou Shampoo and Conditioner provides deep

nourishment to restore hairs strength,body and shine.

 

 

Tim Telles




3D THEATRICALS' DAMN YANKEES AT FULLERTON'S HISTORIC PLUMMER AUDITORIUM

Permalink 07/19/14 18:27, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: News, Happenings, The Arts

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“Joe Hardy”; Actor: Cameron Bond

Just in time for the country’s favorite pastime, the Ovation Award-winning 3-D Theatricals of Orange County, CA will not only present a rousing revival of the eternally effervescent American Broadway classic Damn Yankees at the historic Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton, CA July 11 – July 27 for eleven performances, but an additional six performances at South Bay’s Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center in Redondo Beach, CA August 2 – 10, 2014.

A muscular musical comedy with a Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop, and Music and Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, this 1955, 11-time Tony Award-winning tuner re-tells a centuries old Faustian legend which promises to have fans on the edge of their seats as they enjoy such favorites as “Six Months Out of Every Year,” "Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, MO,” “A Little Brains, A Little Talent,” the eye-popping “Whatever Lola Wants,” “Two Lost Souls,” and the always-hopeful, feel-good anthem “(You Gotta Have) Heart.” The production’s official press opening has been set for Saturday, July 12.

THE BIG SHOW Set in Washington, D.C. during the 1950’s and based on a novel by Douglass Wallop novel... married, middle-aged real estate agent Joe Boyd is a long-suffering fan of the Washington Senators. “I’d sell my soul for one long-ball hitter,” says Joe.

Soon enough... the Devil, disguised as a smooth talking salesman named Mr. Applegate, appears at Joe’s door. Applegate offers to turn Joe into a 22-year old phenom called “Joe Hardy...” but all, of course, for a price. Joe must leave his beloved wife Meg, and the rest of his suburban life behind.

As the Senators’ stats soar, Joe realizes he’s losing his wife and his boyish looks and begins searching for a loophole in his contract. Dogged by suspicious sports writer Gloria Thorpe, and tempted by Applegate’s sizzling-hot seductress Lola (a charter member of the Home-wreckers Hall of Fame,) will Joe live to regret fulfilling his dreams of baseball glory? That’s one helluva question...but we’re not telling!


WHO’S PLAYING

Leading the cast as “Applegate” is Jordan Lamoureux. Alexis Carra* co-stars as “Lola,” with Cameron Bond co-starring as “Joe Hardy.” Rounding out the players are Robert Hoyt as “Joe Boyd,” Joe Hart* as “Van Buren,” Chelsea Emma Franko as “Gloria Thorpe,” Cynthia Ferrer* as “Meg Boyd,” Remmie Bourgeois as “Bryant” (Senator, Ensemble), Michael Coleman as “Bouley” (Senator, “Hearn”,

Ensemble), Chris Duir as “Smokey” (Senator), Karla Franko as “Doris,” Nick Gardner as “Linville” (Senator, Ensemble), David Kirk Grant* as “Welch,” Jennifer Holcombe (Wife, Ensemble), Chris Holly* as “Shovik” (Senator/Commissioner), Bren Thor Johnson as “Vernon” (Senator), Gavin Leatherwood as “Buster” (Senator, Ensemble), Ashley Matthews (Wife/Ensemble), Sarah Meals as “Miss Weston” (Wife), Madison Mitchell (U/S “Lola”), Tiffany Reid (Wife, Ensemble), Thomas Roy as “Lowe” (Senator, “Lynch”, Ensemble), Estevan Valdes* (Ballplayer, Ensemble), Nick Waaland as “Rocky,” and Tamara Zook* (Sister).

*Denotes Members of Actors Equity Association


WHO’S CALLING THE GAME

T.J. Dawson (2013 LA Ovation Award Nominee/Best Direction of a Musical/Parade) serves as 3-D Theatricals’ Producer and Artistic Director. Gretchen Dawson serves as Co-Producer and Director of Advertising. Daniel Dawson and Jeanette Dawson are Co-Producers. Terry Hanrahan is Production Manager, with Hayden Hamilton as Box Office Manager. David Jordan Nestor* is Company Manager, and Amber Snead as Artistic Coordinator. Justen Asher handles Rentals and serves as 3-D’s Warehouse Manager. Jennifer Nelson is Box Office Associate.

*Denotes Member of Actors Equity Association


WHO’S ON FIRST

New York’s award-winning Alan Souza** has been set as Director, with Diane King Vann as Musical Director/Conductor, and 3-time Ovation Award winner Dana Solimando* as Choreographer. Also serving as Assistant Choreographer is Gretchen Dawson

*Denotes Member of Actors Equity Association

**Denotes Member of Stage Directors and Choreographers


WHO’S ON SECOND

David Lamoureux is Musical Contractor. Donna Parsons* is Production Stage Manager, joined by David Jordan Nestor* who also serves as Assistant Stage Manager. Fullerton Technical Director is Justin Asher. Redondo Beach Technical Director is Jack Meyer, with Lighting Design by Jean-Yves Tessier, and Sound Design and Engineering by John Feinstein. Set Design Coordinator is Chris Beyries. Yolanda Rowell is Costume Coordinator and Wardrobe Supervisor, with Wig Design by Cliff Senior and Kat Senior.

*Denotes Members of Actors Equity Association


WHO’S ON THIRD

Terry Hanrahan is also Properties Coordinator with Props PA Hillary Wood and Christine Wille (Props).

THEATRE LOCATIONS and TICKET INFORMATION: PLUMMER AUDITORIUM: 201 E. Chapman Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92832. Remote Box Office: 714 589-2770, Ext. 1. Hours: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Friday; 12:00 – 4:00 pm Saturday. Theater Box Office Hours: Two hours prior to performances at the theater. Ticket Prices: $31 to $60. Ticket Handling Fee: $3 per ticket. Online Ticketing:www.3dtshows.com. Group and Student discounts are available. Performance Dates and Times: July 11 – July 27, 2014

Fullerton - Plummer Auditorium Peformances: Friday, July 11 – 8:00 pm (Preview) Saturday, July 12 – 8:00 pm (Opening) Sunday, July 13 – 2:00 pm Friday, July 18 – 8:00 pm Saturday, July 19 – 8:00 pm Sunday, July 20 – 2:00 pm Thursday, July 24 – 8:00 pm Friday, July 25 – 8:00 pm Saturday, July 26 – 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm Sunday, July 27 – 2:00 pm

____________________________________________________________________________________ REDONDO BEACH PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: 1935 E. Manhattan Blvd., Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Remote Box Office: 714 589-2770, Ext. 1. Hours: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Friday; 12:00 – 4:00 pm Saturday. Theater Box Office Hours: Two hours prior to performances at the theater. Ticket Prices: $35 to $65. Ticket Handling Fee: $3 per ticket. Online Ticketing:www.3dtshows.com. Group and Student discounts are available. Performance Dates and Times: August 2 – August 10, 2014 Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center - Performances: Saturday, August 2 – 8:00 pm Sunday, August 3 – 2:00 pm Friday, August 8 – 8:00 pm Saturday, August 9 – 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm Sunday, August 10 – 2:00 pm. ABOUT 3-D THEATRICALS:

3-D Theatricals (3DT) is the newest professional, Los Angeles Ovation Award-winning theatre company in Orange County and the South Bay. 3DT is an enthusiastic young company and are proud members of the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce, LA Stage Alliance, and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre. 3DT is a non-profit public benefit corporation. 3DT has already been recognized by critics and patrons alike for providing a caliber of shows in comparison to National Tours and Broadway! 3DT hopes to provide inspiration for youth to explore the arts further, and see what heights it can take them to. 3DT has been establishing quite a reputation for bringing new and edgy titles direct from Broadway, and giving a fresh approach to the classics, offering something for the seasoned theatre enthusiast and the next generation of audiences.

 

Michael Sterling

MICHAEL STERLING

An Entertainment Publicity and Production Co.

11684 Ventura Blvd. Suite 858

Studio City, CA 91604

 

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Chef Amar Santana Brings Big Broadway Flavors to the Festival of Arts Art of Cooking Series features Laguna Beach Chef on August 3 from 1 - 2pm

Permalink 07/17/14 16:34, by Susan Espenschied, Categories: News, Happenings

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On Sunday August 3 at 1pm, Chef Amar Santana of Broadway in Laguna Beach will be the featured chef at the Festival of Arts Art of Cooking series. Festival visitors become culinary students for one hour as chefs share tips, tricks and tools for making amazing dishes, live and in-person.

Chef Amar Santana is one of Orange County’s hottest rising stars after opening his widely successful flagship restaurant, Broadway By Amar Santana in Laguna Beach. His globally influenced menu includes unexpected flavor profiles and artful presentations, reflecting his zeal for food and for life. Santana attributes his success as a direct result of ambition, drive, passion, and modestly, extraordinary talent. Prior to opening his first restaurant, he served as Sous Chef at Aureole in New York and Executive Chef for Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale’s South Coast Plaza.

The menu at Broadway by Amar Santana is inspired by the creativity of Santana and his version of Modern Cuisine of The Americas. It features top quality ingredients, with a focus on local farms who can provide the menu's seasonal requirements. Santana will personally create and prepare a multiple course menu, to those guests that chose to be adventurous with their cuisine. 

“Chef Amar was a hit at last year’s Art of Cooking series,” said Susan Davis, director of special events for the Festival of Arts. “We are very excited to have him return this summer and share another round of delicious recipes!”

Foodies rejoice every Sunday from 1-2pm at the Festival of Arts’ “Art of Cooking” series. Every Sunday through August 24, this special event series takes place in the Festival Art Center and is free with Festival admission.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL OF ARTS FINE ART SHOW

 

As one of the nation’s oldest and most highly acclaimed juried fine art shows, the Festival of Arts features the artwork of 140 award-winning artists. Patrons may enjoy the work of exhibiting artists, demonstrations and art workshops, daily art tours, live music, special events, on-site restaurants and much more. For a full listing of events, visit LagunaFestivalofArts.org.

DATES & TIMES

July 6 – August 30, 2014

Open daily from 10am – 11:30pm

Early closings: July 6 at 6pm and August 23 at 3:30pm

TICKET INFORMATION

General Admission: Weekdays $7, Weekends $10

Students & Seniors: Weekdays $4, Weekends $6

Free Admission for Children 12 and under, Military, and Laguna Beach Residents.

SPONSORS

The Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters are sponsored in part by Fidelity Investments, KOST Radio 103.5, the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, and Orange County Register.

 

LOCATION

Festival of Arts Grounds
650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

 

FOR INFORMATION & TICKETS

(800) 487-2787

www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org

 


Submitted By: Meghan Perez


Sharbie Higuchi

Director of Marketing and Public Relations
Festival of Arts • 650 Laguna Canyon Road • Laguna Beach, CA 92651

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