Hey locals, Fountain Valley is gearing up for a cash mob to support our local businesses. Go to the secret location, spend $20 and leave with goodies! Fountain Valley loves our mom & pop shops and to show it the city is organizing cash mobs to support struggling businesses through Covid-19. Fountain Valley has done 20 successful cash mobs in the past with this round being led by Lynn Seeden, Fountain Valley Living Magazine photographer, and Ann Marie Jones, Managing Partner at Manufactured Home Works.
The World Health Organization halted drug trials using hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 patients on Monday May 25, due to safety concerns. Currently vaccine trials for Covid-19 in the United States are using hydroxychloroquine.
Free Covid-19 testing has become available to essential workers at state sites throughout Orange County. Essential workers without access to healthcare through their employer or medical insurance are eligible for free Covid-19 testing in Orange County.
The COVID-19 Online Learning Series is an online course curriculum designed to provide homeless system leaders and providers, as well as city/county disaster and health care works partnering with homeless service providers, with training and materials to aid in community responses to COVID-19 among people experiencing homelessness.
The Ocean is Having a Summit! Virtual Ocean Dialogues Debut June 1st for Solutions to a Healthier Ocean
Innovation and solutions are at the forefront of the first Virtual Ocean Dialogues, a summit to fast-track actions for a healthier ocean and planet hosted by the Friends of Ocean Action and UN Ocean Envoy with the World Economic Forum. Heads of State and Government, leaders from business, civil society, science and young innovator communities will gather from 1-5 June.
Chairwoman Steel and Supervisor Wagner Get $26 Million in CARES Act Funding Approved, OC Board of Supervisors Rejects $75 million to Support Businesses Across Orange County
Chairwoman Steel and Supervisor Wagner Get $26 Million in CARES Act Funding Approved, OC Board of Supervisors Rejects $75 million to Support Businesses Across Orange County. At the May 19th board meeting, Supervisor Wagner and I proposed a $101 million in CARES Act Funding for a Business Recovery Program.
Au Lac living foods and vegetarian restaurant is serving up wholesome foods through quarantine. No need to eat greasy when Au Lac has a full menu of healthy delights!
County of Orange Partially Opens Beach Parking. Parking with reduced capacity reopened at Salt Creek, Strands and Baby beaches in Dana Point. The coastal lot reopened at Aliso Beach in South Laguna, with the inland lot remaining closed. Parking at Capistrano Beach is closed for maintenance. The following press release was sent by Orange County Parks, an outside organization. Experience FV does not edit press releases and we publish them to bring you direct information.
405 Slater Bridge Full Closure Friday, May 22, 2020. There will be a full closure at Slater Avenue from begin bridge to end bridge to complete the work this coming Friday, May 22 from 9 p.m.-5 a.m. The following press release was sent by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), an outside organization. Experience FV does not edit press releases and we publish them to bring you direct information.
The Orange County Public Library is compiling residents favorite original or adapted recipes for a community cookbook! Remember when your grandma made that special dish just for you? The meaning behind it and why you love it so much create that long-lasting foodie bond of memories. Share your memories in the community cookbook and relive neighbors and friends memories through food!