"Jax Huntington Beach's Coastal ride is 27 miles. The ride is aimed at intermediate riders and is mostly flat with a small climb in the middle. Riders can climb Newport Coast at their own pace and regroup at the top. This is a NO drop ride and we will regroup along the way. Come out to have fun, meet new people, build fitness, and improve your riding skills. Please bring your road bike, lights (if necessary), helmet & H2O. Call: 714-969-8684." Click the flier for full events calendar.
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Enter at Magnolia. Head south and meet at lifeguard tower #2.
There is something about practicing yoga outdoors which immediately connects you to your environment. Experience the surroundings of the beautiful area we are fortunate to live in while doing something beneficial for your mind and body. Feel energized and rejuvenated by the sun and sea while practicing yoga outdoors. Connect with your environment and our commUNITY! Classes are open to all levels! Layers will be offered from the beginner to advanced yogi. Sunset yoga Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. Near Tower 18 in Huntington Beach off of PCH/18th Street. Taught by certified yoga instructors Angel Montague and Coleen Sanford. All classes are donation-based. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The Huntington Beach Community Garden invites you to attend a free presentation, 'Homegrown Tomatoes,' with Dave Freed. Dave has been researching, educating, and helping other backyard farmers grow tomatoes for years. He will tell you how to easily produce 50 to 100 pounds of fresh and delicious tomatoes from a single plant!"
6:30 p.m. Meet & Greet; 7 p.m. Program.
"Come celebrate Earth Day with the Bolsa Chica Conservancy! Visitors will have the opportunity to touch a live snake, count migrating birds, learn about pollution, test the water, and much more! Alongside a multitude of educational activity booths, the festival will also include a jump tent, food sales, and guided tours of the reserve!"
A grassroots effort, local surfers will paddle out on the southside of the pier at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, April 10, and form "100" with their boards in honor of 100 days out from the Special Olympics World Games coming to Los Angeles. Huntington Beach has joined the games as a Host Town.
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Easter egg hunts and face painting never grow old, no matter how old you grow. The City of Huntington Beach Community Services Department and the Kiwanis Club of Huntington Beach understand this nugget of nostalgia and are hosting an action-packed day honoring Easter and candy on Saturday, April 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Huntington Beach Sports Complex.
Roughly 2,500 pounds of sweets will be hidden throughout the hunt area. The free candy hunt kicks off at 9 a.m. and is organized into eight different age groups, including a special first slot for children with disabilities. For little ones who prefer a healthier alternative, sugary treats can be traded for healthy snacks, like pre-packaged sliced apples or bags of baby carrots, courtesy of Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center.
The good times continue to roll throughout the day with face painting, live music, games, refreshments, fire department and community services displays, more than 50 local businesses demonstrating their wares, and of course, photo ops with the Easter Bunny. Nearly 8,000 residents attended the 2014 hunt, so expect an impressive turnout.
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"Join us on Saturday, March 21 at 2pm as we welcome local historian, columnist and author, Chris Epting, for a discussion and signing of LEGENDARY LOCALS OF HUNTINGTON BEACH. He’ll be joined by his son, author Charles Epting, discussing his new book, VICTORIAN LOS ANGELES."
Tap here to read more about Chris' latest read. Tap flier for Barnes & Noble Huntington Beach Facebook page.