🌱 Street racing prohibited in Buena Park + Greek Festival + Mosaic Garden – Low Calorie Diets Tips

Good morning Hello! I’m back with your new edition of the Orange County Daily. Read on for the top things happening in the city these days.


First today’s weather:

A morning shower in the area. High: 88 Low: 66.


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Here are the top stories in Orange County today:

  1. Be “inspired by nature” and discover more than 45 nature-themed mosaics in the “Inspired by Nature” Mosaic Exhibition at the Sherman Library & Gardens in Corona del Mar from June 21 to September 21. Stroll through the gardens and discover original mosaics by the internationally renowned mosaic artist Irina Charny. Executive Director Scott LaFleur said, “Mosaics are fascinating to look at. They have an exotic vibe that takes the viewer on a distant journey.” The artist lives in Irvine, California with her husband Ben and their dog Ziggy. The “Inspired by Nature” exhibition is free with admission to the garden. (Orange County patch)
  2. AAnother northern Oklahoma city passed a new ordinance to ban illegal street racing on grounds of public safety and to protect families and children. On Tuesday, the Buena Park City Council voted unanimously to ban “entering in and spectating street races,” which could result in a fine of up to $1,000 and a year in prison. Buena Park followed Anaheim, which recently had to enforce similar measures to protect people. The California Highway Patrol reported responding to “more than 25,000 calls” about illegal street racing in 2020: “a 16 percent increase from 2019.” Council member Connor Traut said the action was “incredibly necessary”. You can read more about this story here: (voice of OC)
  3. EEnjoy Greek food and lively entertainment at the Taste of Greece 42nd Annual Greek Festival at St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church in Irvine! The festival will be held June 24-26 at St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church, 4949 Alton Parkway, Irvine. Enjoy “freshly prepared traditional Greek dinners, appetizers (meze) and homemade pastries” with live Greek music playing traditional favorites. You can read more about this story here: (Orange County Patch)

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Today in Orange County:

  • Tie Dye Day! — Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach. (all day)
  • MainPlace Mall invites children and their families to the Old Fashioned Circus. (11 clock)
  • Adult Book Discussion in Canyon Hills. (also virtual) (noon)
  • Blood Drive – City of Lake Forest. (Midday)
  • Classic Car Show – Placentia Chamber of Commerce. (4 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • O. C. Solar Company helps companies: According to a recent press release, REPOWER OC wants to equip companies with solar panels and renewable energy. “Through solar energy and her various initiatives with Southern California Edison (SCE), embracing solar energy as the future of energy has never been easier,” said Eddie McLaughlin of Orange, California. (MENAFN)
  • Orange County German Shepherd Rescue: “This is Gus-Gus, one of 10 German Shepherd mix puppies recently rescued from an overcrowded shelter.” (German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County via Facebook)
  • Orange County, CA Sheriff’s Department: “This week we would like to introduce you to Deputy Yannizzi! He has been with our department for 10 years serving the City of Aliso Viejo.” (Orange County Sheriff’s Department, CA via Facebook)
  • Orange County Registry: “OC Vibe would create an entertainment district — think LA Live, city officials say — with hotels, restaurants, and a new concert venue, as well as offices and homes.” (Orange County Register via Facebook)

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Now you’re in the loop and ready to get out the door today. I will see you soon!

Paula Constance

About me: Paula is a freelance writer, author and award-winning media producer. She is committed to media projects that empower, engage and help make the world a better place. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter.

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