Since last month’s milestone groundbreaking of the Great Wolf Lodge Southern California, the Grove District continues adding more features and area highlights.
The end seems near for an 80-year old California Pepper Tree stricken with Cankers, a wood-decaying disease that has already killed off more than 50% of its interior. Deemed a public safety hazard by the City because of its fragile condition, the tree, located at the corner of Stanford Avenue and Elizabeth Lane, is scheduled for removal by the end of this month. But, the story doesn’t end there.
The Garden Grove Community Foundation is keeping it real on Thursday, July 17, at the free Summer Concert Series, featuring The Funky Hippeez. Groove to 70’s funk music at Eastgate Park, located at 12001 St. Mark Street, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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Store provides approximately 200 jobs, plus savings on wide selection of merchandise in stores and online
• New store located at 11822 Gilbert St.
• Store employs about 200 associates
• Store open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week
• Local Facebook page: www.facebook.com/walmart4171
Connect with the City of Garden Grove this summer for exclusive chances to win promotional items during the free Summer Concert Series. Before every Thursday concert, July 10 through August 14, the City will send a notification through its mobile app detailing a special promotion that ties-in with each concert genre.
The City of Garden Grove struck gold at the Orange County Association of California Cities third annual Golden Hub of Innovation Awards, held at the Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana, CA. The city was recognized for its Grove District – Anaheim Resort re-branding and marketing partnership.
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