of each month in the parking lot on Pacific Coast Highway, one mile
south of Warner Avenue in Huntington Beach.
The Bolsa Chica Stewards needs help with its native planting
project at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve. The group plants
native plants, removes non-native plants, grooms trails, collects
trash and waters new plants. The group meets at 9 a.m. every third
Saturday of the month at the Warner Avenue parking lot just northeast
of Pacific Coast Highway. Information: (714) 920-4215.
The Huntington Beach Tree Society, which works for the planting
and preservation of trees in the city, meets from 7 to 8:30 p.m. the
third Wednesday of each month at the Huntington Beach Central
Library, downstairs near the coffee shop, 7111 Talbert Ave. Jean
Nagy, (714) 564-1396.
Edison Community Center Park, Magnolia Street and Hamilton Avenue.
(714) 960-8870. Includes two lighted baseball fields, four lighted
basketball courts, a community building, six handball courts, a
picnic area including barbecue facilities, playground, restroom
facilities, four lighted tennis courts and one volleyball court.
Greer Park, McFadden Avenue near Goldenwest Street. (714)
536-5486. Includes one lighted baseball field, one basketball court,
playground and lake.
Huntington Central Park, with entrances on Edwards, Goldenwest and
Gothard streets and Slater Avenue. (714) 960-8847. This 300-acre park
includes a fishing lake, paved paths, equestrian trail, fitness
course, horseshoe pits, disc golf course, picnic areas and two cafes.
The park also includes the Adventure Playground for kids.
Murdy Community Park, Norma Drive and Goldenwest Street. (714)
960-8895. Includes two lighted baseball fields, four lighted
basketball courts, a community building, a soccer and football field,
a picnic area including barbecue facilities, a playground, restroom
facilities, four lighted tennis courts, game room, horseshoe pits and