Good Morning Lakewood/So much is Happening in June

Summer concert series start next week
The Lakewood community’s extremely popular summer concert series runs for eight Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. from June 19 to August 7. The concerts feature a changing variety of music styles covering Lakewood’s 60 years as a city.

Block Party returns Saturday, June 28
Family fun, a rockin’ good time and a big, professional fireworks show return to Clark Avenue and the Lakewood Civic Center on Saturday, June 28. The Lakewood Civic Center Block Party begins at 4:00 p.m. with the Family Fun Zone activity area for kids and families and the always popular “Taste of Lakewood.” Live entertainment from pop band The Zippers starts at 5:00 p.m.

Senior Health and Information Fair
Lakewood’s Senior Health Fair will be held Friday, June 20, from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Weingart Senior Center at 5220 Oliva Avenue (just south of Candlewood Street and west of Lakewood Boulevard).

Help fill Project Shepherd’s pantry
Over the last month, the Farmers & Merchants Bank Lakewood office has been working to fill the shelves of Project Shepherd. As they enter the drive’s final week, they’re asking the community to help them meet their goal of giving 175 boxes of food in direct support of the Lakewood Project Shepherd emergency food pantry.

Give blood at Lakewood Center June 24
Residents have another chance to give back to their community by donating blood this summer. The American Red Cross, in cooperation with the Lakewood Sheriff’s Community Safety Center, has a drive set for Tuesday, June 24 from 12:00 noon to 6:15 p.m. at the Lakewood Center location.


Two major park improvements coming to Lakewood
The Veterans Memorial Plaza at the jet plane at Del Valle Park will be renovated and expanded in time for Memorial Day in 2015. And a new pumpkin carriage and expanded Cinderella theme will come to the school-age playground at San Martin Park by the end of 2014.

Free battery collection kits at city hall
Convenient plastic battery collection containers can be picked up at the public works counter in city hall. The free green collection containers can be used to gather spent household single-use and rechargeable batteries ONLY.

They can later be dropped off at city hall and many electronics retailers.


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