As I was researching my next Laguna Beach Walks walking tour last night, I came across these groms skimming at Cress Street. Who cares about homework when there are waves? Stay tuned for a fun, second walking tour, coming soon!
Last week I was running in Heisler Park with my BFF, along the same path as my Laguna Beach Walks waking tour, and guess who I literally ran into? Monks from Tibet! They are here in Laguna Beach constructing a sand mandala at the Neighborhood Congregational Church for Tibet Cultural Week.
If you want to know more about the monks, click on this link from the Laguna Beach Patch:
What an incredibly stunning night last night for the dedication of Laguna Beach’s 79th public art installation. “Time Connected”, “Tidal Pull” and “Continuous Rotation” were presented to the community by artist’s, Scott and Naomi Schoenherr. These pieces were inspired by Shelley Cooper’s poem “Sparkle (Giggle Crack) and funded by Mark Porterfield and the Arts Commission.
After the dedication, we were all treated to a free concert at the amphitheatre at Heisler’s Park. Nancy Sanchez and her band did an amazing job entertaining us while the sun was setting over the magnificent Pacific Ocean.
We are so lucky to live here! Art and music by the ocean – am I dreaming?
Mark Porterfield, Shelley Cooper, Naomi Schoenherr, Scott Schoenherr
Many guests on my Laguna Beach Walks walking tour have expressed an interest in architecture. Here in Laguna Beach, we have an amazing group called, Laguna Friends of Architecture. They meet monthly to present events and topics related to Architectural design and feature a variety of home tours, guest speakers and interesting films.
Check out their website at http://lagunafriendsarch.com.
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