Wednesday, June 22, 2016
By Marketing Dept.
Laguna Beach Top 5 Things to Check Out This Summer

1. Sawdust Festival, June 24- Aug 28,  935 Laguna Canyon Rd

Sawdust Festival is a collection of art from local artists in Laguna Beach. This non-profit organization of small vendors is designed to both entertain and educate and draws more than 200,000 visitors worldwide each year. A variety of types of fine art is featured at the Sawdust Festival, including: Ceramics, Clothing & Textiles, Glass, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Print Making, Sculpture and Woodwork. 

2. Pageant of the Masters July 7- Aug 31, 650 Laguna Canyon Rd

Witness the uncanny experience of artists reenacting scenes from famous works of art as "living pictures". Hosted in an outdoor amphitheater, professional orchestra, original score, live narration, intricate sets, sophisticated lighting and expert staff. All actors are volunteers, who spend hours in costume and makeup to replicate characters in famous works of art at the Pageant of the Masters. 

3. Fine Art-A-Fair June 24 - Aug 28, 777 Laguna Canyon Rd

Fine Art-A-Fair features work from local artists, but also features work from around the country and the world. There is diverse content, art from all mediums and Adult Artist Workshops. The weekends are bustling with live entertainment and is known for its epicurean cuisine. Find inspiration from the works of 125 artists at Laguna Art-A-Fair!

4. Hidden Castle at Victoria Beach Anytime, Victoria Dr Laguna Beach

Take a break from the go-to beach you frequent all summer long and visit the sprawling white sands of Victoria Beach. Camouflaged in the protruding cliffs stands one of the most mysterious landmarks in Orange County, the light-house shaped castle. This structure was built as a staircase to a cliff top mansion in 1926 and remains as an enigmatic edifice in Laguna Beach. 

5. Crescent Bay Anytime, Crescent Bay Laguna Beach 

Crystal clear waters and protruding rock decorate the Crescent Bay escape of Laguna Beach. The Large cove is about 1/4 mile in length and is located where Cliff Drive intercepts North Coast Highway. Visit Crescent Bay this summer for a picnic and relaxing day at the beach or tide pools.

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