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Save the Date for ‘Kids at Hope’ Founder Antwone Fisher – Sept. 7

Save the Date for ‘Kids at Hope’ Founder Antwone Fisher – Sept. 7

Antwone Fisher, whose life was the inspiration for a major motion picture starring Denzel Washington, and Rick Miller, Founder of Kids at Hope, an international organization that studies family, school and community cultures to better understand how children succeed or struggle, will visit CCUSD at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 7 to share how HOPE is used as a strategy to achieve success for [...]

Culver-Palms Y Friendship Potluck

Culver-Palms Y Friendship Potluck

Spring has sprung, Bees are humming We’re having a party, Hope you are coming! Join us for an afternoon of sharing and fun at our Friendship Potluck on Saturday, April 16, 1pm –4pm at the Y. This is a wonderful opportunity to share a favorite dish and to meet other members of our Y family. Sign up at the Front Desk or at the Child Activity Center and drop by Saturday afternoon for some [...]

BCR Creek Clean Up – Save the Date

BCR Creek Clean Up  – Save the Date

Ballona Creek Renaissance will be hosting the next public clean up on Saturday Feb. 20th from 9am-12pm at Centinela Ave. and Ballona Creek, in partnership with Del Rey Neighborhood Council. Volunteers are needed, and every hand will help! After it rains, the flow of trash from upstream increases, and keeping all that litter out of the bay and the ocean is vital to our wildlife and the health [...]

West Basin, Golden State and CC Team Up to Offer Landscape Training

West Basin, Golden State and CC Team Up to Offer Landscape Training

Thinking about how to do the yard, and keep current with water regulations?  The Metropolitan Water District and West Basin Municipal Water District are offering California Friendly Landscape Training classes. Golden State Water and Culver City will host  upcoming classes in Culver City. Register now to learn to create a California friendly garden using the latest sustainable materials and [...]

La Ballona’s Annual International Extravaganza Coming June 5

La Ballona’s Annual International Extravaganza Coming June 5

La Ballona Elementary School's Annual International Extravaganza will happen on June 5, 2015 from 5:30-9:30pm and the school is getting all kinds of ready for the fun. You are invited to the largest fundraiser of the year! It is an international dance, dinner, and raffle. La Ballona students will perform dances from around the world from 7pm-9pm. Dinner will be provided for purchase by local [...]

Antioch University to Host ‘Literary Uprising’

Antioch University to Host ‘Literary Uprising’

Come to Antioch University Los Angeles' free Literary Uprising reading series and hear Faculty and students share their latest work. This quarter features BA faculty reader Monona Wali (author of My Blue Skin Lover) and BA/MFA alum Philip Barragan, (author of Fatizen 24602.) They will be joined by Alyssa Anderson, a student from Jim Krusoe's SMC Advanced Fiction Class and BA student reader Grace [...]

Lighting the Tower Christmas Tree with Parks & Rec- Dec. 5

Lighting the Tower Christmas Tree with Parks & Rec- Dec. 5

Save the date for the Culver City PRCS Department’s annual Holiday Tower Lighting Celebration on Friday, December 5th at 6:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building. Join us at this fun and FREE family event as we turn on the lights on the Veterans Memorial Building tower for the holidays. Afterward, refreshments, arts and crafts activities and visits with Santa Claus will be held inside the [...]

Election June 3 – Get Your Questions Answered at LWV

Election June 3 – Get Your Questions Answered at LWV

Who among us can claim to understand the two statewide ballot measures (Props 41 & 42) on our June 3 ballot? And who would not welcome an opportunity to talk about Measure CC, our local school bond issue? Members and friends of LWV's Culver City Unit will meet on Tuesday May 20 in the Community Room of Culver City Julian Dixon Public Library, 4975 Overland Ave. Business, sociability, and [...]

Can LA Become Water Independent?

Can LA Become Water Independent?

Come educate yourself on water conservation in Los Angeles & California from Dr. Ken Murray, whose recent Time magazine essay described what great natural solutions LA actually has to address drought, save money, and help us become independent of imported water. Los Angeles  is frequently described as a desert that must import all its water, and that this year’s record drought is a [...]

Health Care Workshop @ Vets – March 22

Health Care Workshop @ Vets – March 22

Thanks to President Obama's Affordable Care Act, most people in California will have access to affordable and preventable health care. Covered California will offer an affordable range of health care coverage that will make it easier for individuals, families and small businesses to purchase quality health coverage. Join us for a special presentation to learn more about Covered CA. Come and get [...]

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