City of Laguna Niguel Recreation Brochure Fall 2017 - Page 7

Your trash and recycling collector, CR&R Environmental Services provides each residential customer with two free bulky item pick-ups per calendar year. A bulky item may include a combination of large items or bags of material. If you are a new resident, you may use your bulky item service to collect moving supplies such as cardboard boxes and packing material. Examples of bulky items include couches, desks, appliances, electronic waste, mattresses, etc. Contact CR&R Customer Service at (877) 728-0446 to arrange your bulky item pick-up and simply place your items along the curb for pick-up. Take a Hike! Numerous activities such as fishing, hiking and biking, as well as extensive trail systems are all available for outdoor fun to enhance our distinctive lifestyle. The City of Laguna Niguel is home to approximately 80 miles of scenic trails. Many of these trails provide access to City parks and open space areas. Explore all the trail options by turning to page 28. Laguna Niguel Trivia Answers LAGUNA NIGUEL PUBLIC LIBRARY 30341 Crown Valley Parkway | (949) 249-5252 | Mon-Thu: 10am - 7pm | Fri-Sun: 9am - 5pm CHILDREN Lap Sit Storytime Wednesdays, 10am (ages 2 and under) Simple stories, finger plays, puppets, and easy activities. Registration is required. Space is limited. Pre-School Storytime Wednesdays, 11am (ages 2 and older) New stories every week, including music and dance time. Registration is required. Space is limited. TEENS Teen Volunteer Opportunities - 13 yrs + Reading volunteers are needed. Interested teens should speak with Librarian Amber Ray for details. Participant must complete a volunteer application and attend one Teen Volunteer Training session. Free Bulky Item Pick Up Reading is Fun: Tuesdays 4-5pm Beginning readers can practice fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension by reading to teen volunteers. 1. The City tree is the: A. Jacaranda 2. The City flower is the: C. Bougainvillea 3. When it was incorporated, Laguna Niguel became the B. 29th city in Orange County. 4. The first private landowner of the area was Juan D. Avila, a resident of San Juan Capistrano, who obtained land through a Mexican land grant in 1842. 5. The City of Laguna Niguel was incorporated on December 1, B. 1989 Homework Help: Wednesdays 4:30-6pm Volunteers give one-on-one homework help to elementary school-aged children. No registration required. ADULT Morning Book Group 2nd Tuesday, 10:30am Selections available at the front desk. FAMILY Family Night Programs 3rd Tuesday of every month, 6pm Live performers. Call for schedules. STAY CONNECTED: Facebook Twitter LNRec @LagunaNiguelCty On the Web Email Alerts CityofLagunaNiguel. org/NotifyMe YouTube Mobile App City of Laguna Niguel Available in App Store & Google Play PARKS & RECREATION OFFICE: (949) 425-5100 | RECREATION HOTLINE: (949) 362-4351 ONLINE REGISTRATION: | REGISTRATION FORM: Page 32 Instagram LNRec 5