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San Juan Capistrano Library
31495 El Camino Real, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
The San Juan Capistrano Library is a branch of the larger Orange County public library system. It is located across theMore street from the historic Mission Basilica, and mirrors its Spanish architecture, albeit in a more modern style. There is a bookstore within the library that is run by the nonprofit Friends of the Library organization. It receives donated books, which it turns around and sells to residents for a small price. The library hosts books discussions, children's readings and adult book clubs. It has films, art books and art exhibits, and a separate section of the library is devoted to books and films that discuss the history of San Juan Capistrano and the Mission.
Villa Paloma
27221 Paseo Espada, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Villa Paloma is a residential state-funded complex for seniors aged 55+ who are enrolled in a low-income housing taxMore credit program. It offers one and two-bedroom units that are close to shopping, dining and public transportation. The units offer balconies and full kitchens with dishwashers. It also accepts pets that weigh under 25 pounds. There are elevators, handrails and a community center fitness program. The complex has a library with a special reading area that is popular with the different book clubs that have formed.
The Gift Goddess
31761 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
According to Lady Deberah, the owner of Gift Goddess, all women are Goddesses and this store is a place for them to comeMore and celebrate. The Gift Goddess is located in the Capistrano Plaza shopping center. It is opposite the famous Mission compound and close to all of the other shopping in the town center. Lady Deberah has all kinds of gift items such as books, statues, ritual tools, candles, incense, oils, herbs, stones and crystals. Lady Deberah also offers Tarot, Oracle and psychic readings by appointment. She also has a wonderful Web site that has a wealth of information for women to organize their own private celebrations.
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