AYSO Region #41 Laguna Niguel Soccer League 30251 Golden Lantern, Laguna Niguel, CA92677 AYSO Region #41 Laguna Niguel Soccer League offers spring and fall sessions for children ages 4–18. Programs are…More child-focused and aim to create healthy, happy kids with a strong sense of ethics and good sportsmanship. It encourages creative play and strategic thinking. AYSO’s six philosophies include everyone plays, open registration, balance teams, positive coaching, player development and good sportsmanship. A program for those with special needs, called VIP, is offered as well. It also welcomes parent volunteer,s as well and allows them to serve as coach, assistant coach, board members, team parents or project volunteers. To obtain more information regarding volunteering opportunities, be sure to contact the Child and Volunteer Protection Advocate at CVPA@Ayso41.org.
City Hall Crown Valley Pkwy., Laguna Niguel, CA92677 City Hall is a government office of the City of Laguna Niguel. The division of City Hall includes the Mayor and City…More Council members, agendas and public hearings, fiscal year budgets, commissions and committee meetings. Laguna Niguel residents can volunteer in a variety of community programs including Business Watch, City Commissions, Citizen Academy, Police Auxiliary Citizens' Team and Special Events.
Laguna Niguel Parks & Recreation 29751 Crown Valley Pkwy, Laguna Niguel, CA92677 Laguna Niguel's Parks & Recreation program offers an aquatics program, junior football, little league baseball and…More softball, summer day camp, haunted trails for Halloween, a "Teens for Turkey" food drive and even winter events such as skiing and snowboarding trips. Its supervised skate park offers seasonal camps and year-round lessons. And don't forget to check out the yearly battle of the bands! Individuals can volunteer for events such as the Haunted Trail and the Holiday Parade by calling 949-362-4351.
Niguel Botanical Preserve 29751 Crown Valley Pkwy, Laguna Niguel, CA92677 Since 1981, the Niguel Botanical Preserve has been a staple of the Laguna Niguel community. It was conceived to better…More appreciate and promote horticulture from around the world. Regions that are represented include South America, Mexico, Australia and the Mediterranean. The grounds feature an assortment of trails and mazes you can walk through where you can browse the variety of plants and shrubs. The garden is also the home to the Citizen of the Year awards that have been given out since 1990 to local residents. The Preserve is volunteer-based and has categories for annual and lifetime paid memberships that will keep you updated on the gardens all year round.
This community center provides nutrition services, information services, special trips, fitness classes and community…More classes geared toward senior citizens in Laguna Niguel. Amenities include a banquet room, computer room, fitness center, game room, library, and a stage. Classes and activities offered include table tennis, watercolor painting, billiards, exercise to music, introduction to computers, art history and Tai Chi. There are two ballrooms and a few meeting rooms that can be rented out after hours on weekdays and all day on weekends.
Health services such as immunizations are offered for low cost or through Medicare. On the first Thursday of every month, legal advice is offered by appointment through a volunteer lawyer, and on the first Tuesday of the month, health insurance counseling is offered. On the second and fourth Monday, preventative health care advice is offered by appointment.