Neighborhood cleanup, library plans, kids activities – Orange County Register

Green Birds plan cleanup for downtown Anaheim for new year

Start the New Year right with a Green Bird cleanup.

It’s almost the New Year and time to do something merry and bright – like cleaning up the neighborhood. The first annual Jingle Bell cleanup will be Saturday, Dec. 30, in Downtown Anaheim. Metal litter tongs will be decorated with clusters of noisy silver-and-green sleigh bells creating a wonderful New Year noise.

Meet at the giant Christmas tree on Center Street Promenade (at Clementine Street in front of Anaheim Ice) at 10 a.m. Bring friends and family. Everyone from every neighborhood is welcome.

For safety, kids must be supervised by their adults. Green Bird Anaheim supplies everything you need to help clean up. For more information contact Kevin Kidney, team leader for Green Bird Anaheim, at greenbirdanaheim@gmail.com.

Keeping kids busy

The city has activities for kids planned during the holiday break. CampVenture has week-long themed camps filled with fun activities and an excursion.  Dr. Who Anaheim is happening Jan. 2-5, including an excursion to Sky Zone. Hours are 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information call 714-765-5191.

On track at the Muzeo

Time is running out to visit the model trains exhibit at the Muzeo.

The display runs through Jan. 7. Check the website for tickets and times. For more information, call 714-765-6464.

Art classes at the library

The Muckenthaler Cultural Center and the Anaheim Public Libraries are partnering to offer free art classes for ages 11 to 21. Classes are 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at the Anaheim Central Library, 500 W. Broadway. The next session is on clay modelling and it runs Jan. 3 to Feb. 5.  For more information, call 714-765-1880.

Park build planned

Another Kaboom! Build Day is coming soon.

With the new year comes new volunteer opportunities for residents to help make Anaheim a better place.  The next day for helping build a Kaboom-organized playground at a local park is…

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