The Los Angeles Chargers NFL team is hosting their training camp at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa again this year, and the camp is open to the public for free.
Fans are invited to visit the training camp and fan fest area on one of the 15 training days, starting Wednesday at 9 a.m. Although the camp is free, fans must register in advance for their free tickets and capacity is limited.
The camp ends with two days of joint training with the 49ers on August 19 and 20.
You can find more information at chargers.com/camp.
Laguna Beach adds downtown parking
The City of Laguna Beach has rented 35 parking spaces at the former Laguna Pharmacy site for public use.
Private parking becomes available in public parking from Monday to Friday after 5 p.m. and all day at weekends. Laguna Beach residents can park for free during these hours with a guest permit.
Spaces can also be used as paid public parking through the city’s mobile parking app.
Six places will be allocated exclusively to residents holding a client’s permit between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays.
Laguna’s Short Street will get a speed bump
Short Street, which is near Laguna Beach High School, is expected to be closed to traffic from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, August 3.
The work teams will install a speed bump. Parking in the project area will be limited and a detour will redirect traffic.
Shows Walk in the forest
The final musicians were lined up to show off their talents on the Promenade on Forest Performance Deck this weekend in Laguna Beach.
Singer and songwriter Molly Bergman will be live in the city center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday.
Jason Feddy, a Laguna Beach local, will then perform on Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. Feddy is a singer, songwriter and guitarist who has also been a radio show host for local station KX FM 104.7.
National night at Fountain Valley
Fountain Valley Police and Community Services will be hosting the town’s National Night Out on Tuesday August 3 at the Fountain Valley Recreation Center, 16400 Brookhurst St.
The event is free and families will be able to see police vehicles and a fire engine. There will also be a demonstration of K9 and staff from the SWAT team will make an appearance.
The festivities begin at 6 pm, with a film in the park showing “Trolls: World Tour” starting at nightfall. Free food will be offered to the first 500 participants.
Anyone disguised as a character from the featured film will have the chance to win a Mimi’s Jewelry prize.
Newport-Mesa Relief League Thrift Store Christmas in July Sale
Are you looking for the perfect Christmas tie for an office holiday party, or are you just looking for the magic of the winter holidays? Support League of Newport-Mesa Thrift Shop will be holding a “Christmas in July” sale on July 30 and 31 from 10 am to 3 pm both days at 2200 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa.
Established in 1942 by women of the Newport-Mesa Relief League to support the military’s work in the community during World War II, the volunteer-run store features a collection of quality, lightly used merchandise, including clothing , accessories, shoes, furniture, books, toys and housewares for men, women and children of all ages.
Proceeds from sales are used to fund a variety of community programs including Cheri Harris Dental Center, Kids on the Block, Operation School Bell and others. To learn more, visit assistanceleague.org/newport-mesa/thriftshop or call (949) 645-5536.
CCF seeks to raise $ 90,000 for underserved youth in Anaheim at online donation event
The Orange County Community Foundation – which connects local donors and philanthropists with groups whose missions and programs align with causes close to their hearts – will host “ImpACT Anaheim” on Wednesday to support young people and underserved adolescents across town.
24-Hour Online Collaborative Giving Days aims to raise $ 90,000 for 10 area nonprofits that provide youth with a range of programs in STEM education, the arts, recreation and leadership development , among others.
Proceeds will go to Anaheim Ballet, Anaheim Community Foundation, Anaheim Family YMCA, Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Orange County, Chance Theater, Girls Inc. of Orange County, Higher Ground Youth & Family Services, Love Anaheim, Pure Game, and Voice of Refugees.
Coast District congratulates Oakley on federal nomination
The Coast Community College District congratulates California Community College Chancellor Eloy Oakley on his temporary assignment as Special Advisor to Federal Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona.
An alumnus of Golden West College, one of the three colleges in the Coastal District, Oakley has close ties to Orange County and has held previous positions as a part-time faculty member and manager of management services district risk.
Starting Monday, Vice Chancellor Daisy Gonzales will assume the role of Acting Chancellor for the 116 college system, which serves 2.1 million students. Having served in the State Chancellor’s office for the past four years, Gonzalez is familiar with the work of Coast and other districts in Orange County.
“Chancellor Oakley will have a lot to offer the national conversation about how we achieve equitable success for all communities in California,” Coast District Chancellor John Weispfenning said in a statement on Tuesday.
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