Creative Identity is holding an open house for its new location from 12:30 to 3 p.m. on Friday, Aug.18.
The program has moved into the old Atchison train station at 100 S. Atchison St.
Creative Identity’s mission is to improve the lives and societal perceptions of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing therapeutic and educational activities that cultivate personal and social responsibilities, skills, independence and creative potentials. For more information, visit creativeidentity-oc.org.
Green Bird group celebrates anniversary
Congratulations to Green Bird Anaheim, which is celebrating three years of cleaning-up the community.
Green Bird Anaheim volunteers come together to clean up their neighborhood, changing attitudes and helping people feel more attached to where they live and the neighbors they work with. Green Bird days are twice a month in a variety of sections of town. Team Leader Kevin Kidney extended thanks to all those who come out and join the Green Bird effort.
For more information about Green Bird email email@example.com or check out the group on Facebook under Green Bird Anaheim, and on Instagram @greenbirdanaheim.
‘Wings’ exhibit runs through September
Wings of the City is in Anaheim until Sept. 30. The art exhibit displayed on the Anaheim Convention Center grounds, 800 W. Katella Ave, is free to visit.
Parking is available in Hilton Anaheim self-parking garage $6 for the first hour, $1.25 for each additional half hour. Parking for free on Aug. 12 and Sept. 10 in Car Park 1 at the Convention Center.
Statues on display by artist Jorge Marin include “Wings of the City,” “Hombre Universal” and “El Tiempo.” For more information, visit Anaheim.net/wings or call 714-765-4311
Senior Care heroes sought
Nominations for the 2017 Senior Care Hero Awards are open now. Anaheim-based SeniorServ is staging the awards program, which coincide this year with the organization’s…