“Winter” at Village Green – ORANGE COUNTY TRIBUNE


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SNOW SLIDE will be featured at the “Winter in the Grove” event on Saturday at Village Green in Garden Grove (file photo).

The annual “Winter in the Grove” event takes place on Saturday in Village Green Park in Garden Grove.

It will feature “Snowtopia”, a frozen playground with 50 tons of snow on nine snow slides. Unlimited slides can be purchased for $ 5. You can pre-purchase tickets for the slides at ggcity / org / winterinthegrove.

“Winter” will also have a holiday craft store, fun food (“cold” dogs, hot chocolate, hot corn and more), inflatables, crafts and entertainment, as well as a tour of the Santa Claus and Mother Claus.

The lighting of the city’s large Christmas tree will also be in the spotlight.

The event is free and accessible to the public. Hours of operation are 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The Village Green is located on Main Street and Euclid Street in downtown Garden Grove.

A grand reopening in Westminster

WESTMINSTER LIBRARY will reopen on December 13.

Westminster Library will reopen to the public on Monday, December 13 at 10 a.m.

Residents are invited to view the updated facility located at 8180 13th St. in Westminster (south of Civic Center and east of Beach Boulevard).

Children are especially encouraged to meet Elephant and Piggie and participate in family story time. The facility is part of the Orange County Public Library System.

Holiday sale and history together

The Garden Grove Historical Society will be holding its “Holiday Sale” on Friday and Saturday December 3 and 4 at the Stanley Ranch and Museum, 12174 Euclid Street (south of Chapman Avenue) from 8 am to 4:30 pm.

A wide selection of Christmas items and used gift items will be available for purchase. All proceeds will go towards the restoration and development of the Stanley Ranch Museum.

Help Stanton stay safe

The Town of Stanton is now accepting applications to fill a vacant position on the Town’s Public Safety Committee. You must be a resident of Stanton and be available to attend meetings every three months (four times per year).

Members are appointed by city council and act as a liaison between the public and city council on matters related to public safety. Stanton contracts with the Orange County Fire Authority for fire and paramedic services and with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department for police services.

The deadline for submitting applications is Wednesday December 8 at noon. Visit the city’s website at www.stantonca.gov for the application form and more information.

Go fishing … off the shores of Huntington Beach

Beginning Tuesday morning, fishing for fish and shellfish off the Orange County coast from Seal Beach to San Onofre State Beach is permitted again. The shutdown was imposed on October 9 in response to an oil spill from an undersea pipeline from an oil rig off the coast of Huntington Beach.

It is now considered safe to eat the seafood along this part of the shore. For more information, visit socalspillresponse.com/fisheries-closure.

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