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Get Out: What To Do This Weekend in Laguna Beach

Attend a goddess celebration, create a painting with a tidepool setting, enjoy yoga under the oak trees, view several expressionist paintings in the canyon, support a home for special young adults or listen to a guitar and flute duo.

ART EXHIBITION WITH THE WORK OF JUAN Z. CERVANTES
WHERE/WHEN: Steven Lucas Fine Arts, 1495 Laguna Canyon Rd. Call 949-376-7611 for specific gallery hours. Exhibition continues through March 31.
WHY GO? Explore the artistic world of Juan Z. Cervantes. His paintings remind us of Jackson Pollock, but with a twist. Described as "Passionate Expressionism," Cervantes says about his work, "The best expression of art is when we live in balance. You will see harmony and movement in my paintings. This cohesiveness propels us forward and provides a way for us to build a better place to live for generations to come.” For more information, CLICK HERE. 
PRICE: Free. 

FESTIVAL OF THE GODDESSES
WHERE/WHEN: Laguna Beach Festival of Arts grounds, 650 Laguna Canyon Rd. Saturday, March 31, 8:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. 
WHY GO? Celebrate womanhood through live music and entertainment, guest speakers, a fashion show, yoga lessons, hula-hooping (!), speed dating, belly and ecstatic dancing, hands-on massage, gourmet food, "handsome male servers," and so much more! A silent auction and raffle will benefit Laura's House. For more information, CLICK HERE.
PRICE: General admission is $10 for the grounds only, but a $65 ticket includes the grounds, panel discussions, and a comedy and music concert. Price goes up to

ESTATE SALE TO BENEFIT GLENNWOOD HOUSE
WHERE/WHEN: Glennwood House, 2130 S. Coast Hwy at Ruby St.. Saturday, March 31, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
WHY GO? Postponed from an earlier rainout, you won't want to miss this sale of gently used items from the homes of Laguna Beach. All proceeds benefit this 42-room adult residential facility for 50 young adults with developmental disabilities, opening in Fall 2012. Administrators will be on hand to provide information and conduct tours. Come show your support and go home with some new treasures!
PRICE: Free to browse.

ART & SEA EXPERIENCE: WATERCOLORS ON THE BEACH
WHERE/WHEN: Treasure Island Beach by the Montage, 30801 S. Coast Highway. Sunday, April 1, 10-11:30 a.m.
WHY GO? Laguna Outreach for Community Arts (LOCA), the Laguna Ocean Foundation (LOF) and the Montage are working together to bring you tidepool education and an outdoor art experience. A LOF guide will give you a tour of the tidepools, and LOCA artist September McGee will provide a workshop on creating a watercolor journal. Take home your materials. Box lunch provided by the Montage. For more information, CLICK HERE. 
PRICE: Adults $35, children $20. 

ALMA NOVA: FLUTE AND GUITAR CONCERT
WHERE/WHEN: Laguna College of Art and Design, 2222 Laguna Canyon Rd. Sunday, April 1, 3 p.m.
WHY GO? The music of flutist Jessica Pierce and classical guitarist Almer Imamovic can be playful, peaceful, passionate or dramatic. It is always enjoyable. This concert is part of the Laguna Beach Live! music series. For more information, CLICK HERE.
PRICE: Free.

YOGA AMONGST THE OAKS
WHERE/WHEN: Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, James Dilley Preserve (east side of Laguna Canyon Rd., just north of the 73 toll road). Tuesday, April 3, 9-11:30 a.m.
WHY GO? Enjoy a peaceful 1.5 mile hike through some of the county's most gorgeous landscape, then practice yoga, breathing and relaxing by a stately oak tree. Please bring a yoga mat, towel and water. For more information and to register, CLICK HERE.
PRICE: Program is free, but a $2 per person donation is appreciated. Bring $3 for the parking pass machine.

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