Anaheim/Anaheim Hills Events

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Farmer’s Market, noon to 7 p.m. Thursdays at Center Street Promenade and Lemon Street.

Doggy Dayz: Celebrate Doggy Dayz on the last Thursday of each month at the Downtown Farmers’ Market. This dog-themed expo includes a mobile dog groomer, adoptable pets, a doggy artist, organic gluten-free treats, free training advice and more. Guests may bring dogs, but they must remain outside of the food and farm area. Information: 714.956.3586 or AnaheimFarmersMarkets.com.

Veterans Support: A support group for military veterans who have been through combat, led by veteran and counselor Tom Lord, meets Mondays at the Anaheim Moose Lodge, 317 W. Cerritos Ave. Meetings focus on those going through post-traumatic-stress disorder or other problems related to military combat. Information: 714.235.2319.

Park It: Founders’ Park in Anaheim hosts an open house from 9 a.m. to noon on the first Saturday of every month. The park is at 400 N. West St. and features two historic 19th century homes. Information: 714.765.4311.

Geraniums: The Orange County Geranium Society meets monthly and includes a cultural program on geraniums, tables with plants to be purchased, free cuttings, plant raffles, and more. Refreshments are served, 10 a.m. every second Saturday of the month. Anaheim United Methodist Church, 1000 State College Blvd. Free. Information: orangecountygeraniumsociety.com.

Dances: Friday night dances are 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Senior Citizens’ Club, 250 E. Center St. Information: 714.765. 4510.

Art Crawl Experience: This quarterly event brings together art, food trucks, crafts fair and live music in Downtown Anaheim Art District. Information: DowntownAnaheim.com.

Connecting Non-Profits: Non-profit groups with residents who want to volunteer can join anaheimvolunteer.net for free. It allows users to search for volunteering opportunities by interest.

Mr. Anaheim: Have a question about Anaheim? Ask Mr. Anaheim, also known as Register reporter Eric Carpenter, who grew up in town and will answer selected questions in the Anaheim Bulletin and Anaheim Hills News. Send queries to mranaheim@ocregister.com.

Local Emergencies: Residents can sign up to get emergency alerts and information about traffic via the Anaheim Alert system. The city sends the information via text message or emails, including traffic closures, brush fires and major police emergencies. To sign up, text ‘register’ to 311ANA (311262) or visit anaheimalert.net.

Anaheim App: A new mobile application, My Anaheim App, is now available for download to iPhone and Android smartphones. The app includes information about city services, a calendar of events and contacts for city services. Information: Anaheim.net.

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