City Council Meeting, Human Trafficking Awareness, Museum Concert

Meetings and events taking place this week in Laguna Beach.

Laguna Beach City Council Chambers (Patch file photo)
Laguna Beach City Council Chambers (Patch file photo)
1. The Laguna Beach City Council will meet Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Council Chambers, 505 Forest Ave. Read the agenda here.

2. The Laguna Beach Planning Commission will meet Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Council Chambers, 505 Forest Ave. Read the meeting's agenda here.

3. On Thursday from 7-8 p.m. the Laguna Art Museum will host Live! at the Museum: City of Angels. Live! at the Museum is an ongoing series of early-evening concerts in the museum’s galleries presented by Laguna Beach Live! that take place the second Thursday of each month. In January, the City of Angels saxophone quartet will perform. City of Angels was founded in 1990 at Cal State Northridge University. The group is a past recipient of the prestigious Coleman and Monterey Bay Chamber Music Awards, in both cases the first winning saxophone quartet in the competition’s history. Free to museum members, free to non-members with museum admission. The museum is located at 307 Cliff Dr.

4. Saturday is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. An estimated 20 million men, women and children around the world are victims of human trafficking. You can take a free awareness-training course online.

5. Waste Management will continue collecting holiday trees on the regular collection days at no charge through Friday, Jan. 17. Trees must be cut to lengths less than four feet. Decorations, tinsel, metal ornaments, and metal stands must be removed from the trees. Flocked trees will be collected but cannot be made into compost due to their chemical content. After January 17, non-flocked trees can also be recycled by cutting them up and placing them in the green waste carts.

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