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Archive for May 11th, 2017

Downtown CC Third Wednesdays – Summer is Coming!

Downtown CC Third Wednesdays – Summer is Coming!

Downtown Culver City turns up the heat this summer with three crowd-pleasing Third Wednesday tasting events. Back by popular demand, this year’s free ‘Taste of Summer’ includes a “Spiked Lemonade Tasting” on June 21; “SummerTini Tasting” on July 19; and a “Culver City Centennial Grand Finale Food & Drink Tasting Experience” on Aug. 16. Look for the balloons between 5 p.m. [...]

Culver CityBus to Offer Free Fares for Bikers

Culver CityBus to Offer Free Fares for Bikers

May is National Bike Month and May 15-19 is Bike Week LA! Bike Week LA encourages cycling and raises awareness about bicycle and pedestrian safety throughout LA County. Join Culver CityBus and all the local bicycle commuters to celebrate Bike to Work Day on Thursday, May 18. On that day, bring your bike, folding bike or helmet on board a Culver CityBus and you can ride for free. You heard that [...]

YMCA Diabetes Prevention

YMCA Diabetes Prevention

Summer is right around the corner and if you're like most people, you could use a little extra help learning how to eat healthily, exercise, and manage your stress. If you'd like to lose weight and have someone hold you accountable as you make lasting changes to your diet and lifestyle, join us for our Diabetes Prevention Program. The Diabetes Prevention Program is the National Institutes of [...]

Culver City Stomp – Back Packs Fundraiser

Culver City Stomp – Back Packs Fundraiser

Feel like dancing for a good cause? Put on your dancing shoes and come to the Culver City Stomp on Friday, May 12th at the Elks on Washington Blvd. (11160 Washington Blvd.). All proceeds go to Backpacks for Kids! Jeff Cooper and Albert Vera present the Culver City Stomp, Friday, May 12, 7pm-midnight at the Elks Club, 11160 Washington Blvd. Space limited, $20 on-line or at the door if any left! [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Sometimes a brown dwarf star is actually a planet—or planet-like anyway. A team led by Carnegie’s Jonathan Gagné, and including researchers from the Institute for Research on Exoplanets (iREx) at Université de Montréal, the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), and University of California San Diego, discovered that what astronomers had previously thought was one of the closest brown [...]