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Get Out: Gnomes, Bunnies, Egg Hunt

Listen to an author explain how his life changed while growing up in '70s Iran, go for a garden walk after eating a Swiss breakfast, enjoy Easter brunch at two of Laguna's finest restaurants, or learn to cope with grief.

GARDEN WALK AND SWISS INTERNATIONAL BREAKFAST
WHERE/WHEN: , 1370 S. Coast Hwy. Saturday, April 7. Swiss breakfast at 8 a.m., followed by a 9 a.m. walk.
WHY GO? "Start your day by joining the International Breakfast Club Meetup Group and the Garden Walk Meetup Group for a Swiss breakfast. Bring your favorite gnome. Lederhosen optional. Muesli, chocolates and cheeses, and other Swiss delights. Then join award-winning California horticulturalist Ruben Flores on a morning Garden Walk exploring Top of the World in Laguna Beach." Group will carpool from nursery to trail head. Wear walking shoes. For more information, CLICK HERE.
PRICE: Your $10 purchase at Laguna Nursery serves as your garden walk ticket. On the day of event, meetup group members will receive 10% off all purchases.

AN AFTERNOON WITH ARIA MINU-SEPEHR
WHERE/WHEN: , 1200 S. Coast Hwy. Saturday, April 7, 3 p.m.
WHY GO? Laguna Beach Books welcomes Aria Minu-Sepehr, author of We Heard the Heavens Then: A Memoir of Iran. "Minu-Sepehr was raised in Iran in a world of privilege, as the son of a major general in the Shah’s Imperial Iranian Air Force. The author details his own life from two voices: From the young boy who grew up fast as his idyllic life became a constant fear the militia would invade his home, to the adult he has become today, shaped by his past. Minu-Sepehr details the country’s revolution through the lens of his own life, telling his stories from two perspectives and blending them throughout the book. He moved from Iran to the United States in 1979 and still lives stateside in Oregon with his wife and two daughters." For more information, CLICK HERE.
PRICE: The event is free, the book costs $25.

ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT at the Laguna Beach High School Baseball Fields, Sunday at 1 p.m. The American Legion continues its 50-plus year tradition with the popular Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday. Kids 9 and younger are invited to bring empty Easter baskets and participate in the free activities. Arrive early for pictures with the Easter bunny.


EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH AT SURF AND SAND RESORT
WHERE/WHEN: restaurant inside the resort at 1555 S. Coast Hwy. 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sunday, April 8.
WHY GO? Enjoy a gorgeous ocean view while dining on BBQ rack of lamb, smoked salmon omelettes, cinnamon waffle bites and other delicacies prepared by executive chef Jeff Armstrong. Unique breakfast beverages and delectable desserts are available, too. CLICK HERE for more information.
PRICE: Call restaurant for pricing at 949-376-2779.

EASTER BRUNCH, FRENCH STYLE
WHERE/WHEN: , 1464 S. Coast Hwy. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, April 8.
WHY GO? "Celebrate Easter at French 75 and have a fun, relaxing three-course brunch with all your family, friends, and special 'Some-Bunnies' you love! While adults can enjoy their free-flowing sparkling wine or mimosas for just $10 more, kids will receive a special Easter treat with their brunch, and are encouraged to participate in our early afternoon egg hunt for more goodies! Little Bunnies Brunch includes pancakes, french toast, and more." For more information, CLICK HERE.
PRICE: Adults, $44 (add $10 for free-flowing wine/mimosas); kids, $15.

GROWING THROUGH GRIEF
WHERE/WHEN: parlor, 415 Forest Ave., 4-5:30 p.m. Monday, April 9.
WHY GO? Grief has the power to crush and overwhelm. It can become a journey of processing emotions and a beginning to learn to live in a new reality. The community is welcome to this eight-week class led by MFT Jackie Pearson. For more information, CLICK HERE.
PRICE: $35 materials fee. Register through the office by calling 949-494-7555. Walk-in registration is okay. Suitable for 18 years and up.

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