June 6 - August 1
Craft Vendors Wanted - Fall Boutique & Crafts Faire
Information/Application: Call 425-5100
Submit applications Jun 6-Aug 1 to Laguna Niguel Parks and Rec. at - 29751 Crown Valley Pkwy. (faire held at Sea Country Center). ALL ITEMS SOLD MUST BE HANDCRAFTED/HAND EMBELLISHED and you will need to provide clear pictures of everything you will be selling with your application (digital copies ok, Parks & Rec. will keep all photos). Applications will be reviewed and approved/denied by Parks and Rec. staff and spaces will be assigned by Aug. 19. After Aug. 19, applications will be reviewed based on availability. Some offerings may be limited to allow for variety (limited availability for jewelry, baby items, soaps, etc). Indoor/limited outdoor spaces available. 2 space maximum.
Available for rent: 6ft. table=$15 and chair=$5.
Oct 1 Sa 10am-3pm SCC $50 per space
June 20, 11:00 AM - August 12, 4:00 PM
Bring your friends and have a blast this summer at Chapparosa Park's Summer Sport's Fun! Board games and various sports equipment is available for checkout, and each day Recreation Leaders organize a fun sports activity/game. Organized play may include mini-basketball, Frisbee football, court hockey, dodge ball, capture the flag and much more. Parents MUST register drop-in participants with Recreation Staff. See flyer link for details.
July 29, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Come join the fun with Fortunate Son, a Creedence Clearwater revival band! Free shuttle service from 5:30-9:15pm. Park at City Hall located at 30111 Crown Valley Pkwy. Food available for purchase (food vendors subject to change without notice.) For the safety of others...please no scooters, skateboards, roller blades, pets or smoking in the event area. Alcohol is prohibited in all City Parks. Please bring low chairs/blankets. See flyer link for a list of food vendors and bands.
July 30, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
As children are signed into the evening program, the Recreation staff will play organized games with the group, as we introduce each other and go over the safety rules. Recreation staff will BBQ hot dogs and serve chips and grapes for dinner. A night hike with stories will be told up in the Botanical Preserve. Staff will lead the campfire program, while children roast marshmallows for s'mores, and enjoy singing traditional campfire songs. Children should wear tennis shoes, (no flip-flops or sandals) and bring a sweatshirt and flashlight for the night hike. Pre-registration is required as this event sells out! See flyer link for details.;
July 28, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Council Chambers
July 27, 7:00 PM @ Council Chambers