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CCHS to Host College Night – Sept. 24

CCHS to Host College Night – Sept. 24

Culver City High School will hosting its annual College Night and College Fair on Monday, September 24. College Night is for seniors and juniors to understand the University of California and the California State University applications. This workshop will include information on how to complete these applications accurately online and a discussion of the UC essay portion of the application. [...]

Fundraiser for Measure Y @ Joxer Daly’s Sept. 21

Fundraiser for Measure Y @ Joxer Daly’s Sept. 21

Feeling positive about the sales tax ? Come and add your support to a Happy Hour Fundraiser for Yes on Measure Y at Joxer Daly’s. Please join friends and neighbors this coming Friday Sept 21, from 5pm to 7pm. Council member Meghan Sahli-Wells noted that "After years of economic struggle, rising health-care costs, and the end of Redevelopment, Culver City, like cities all over California [...]

Alive and Running with Didi Hirsch – Sept. 23

Alive and Running with Didi Hirsch – Sept. 23

For 14 years now, Alive & Running 5K Walk/Run has raised valuable funds to support the Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center. In the United States, a person dies by suicide every 15 minutes, claiming more than 36,000 lives a year. Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. among adults 18-65, the second leading cause of death among teens and young adults, and seniors ages 65 and [...]

‘Gasland’ Screening @ Earthfest Sept. 15

‘Gasland’ Screening @ Earthfest Sept. 15

The controversial practice of fracking will be explored during a free screening of the film “Gasland,” followed by a panel discussion Saturday, September 15, at 1 p.m. at West Los Angeles College.A coalition of three anti-fracking organizations—Frack-Free Culver City, Citizens Coalition for a Safe Community and Food & Water Watch will host this event. The highly controversial process [...]

Thoreau, Muir and Brower @ Sierra Club Sept. 13

Thoreau, Muir and Brower @ Sierra Club Sept. 13

Is writing about nature or reading about nature as important as being in nature ? The Sierra Club will discuss "Thoreau, Muir, and Brower: Communicating the Wilderness Experience to Promote Conservation," with Brian Treanor, Director of Environmental Studies at Loyola Marymount University. How can we get people to value natural places, which they may never personally visit? The answer lies in [...]

LWV Meeting Looks at the Ballot – Sept. 18

LWV Meeting Looks at the Ballot – Sept. 18

If you live in Culver City, you'll find FIFTEEN propositions on your November 6 ballot. That's ONE for the City of Culver City (Measure 'Y'), THREE for L.A. County (Measures 'A', 'B', and 'J'), and ELEVEN for the State of California (Props 30-40). They're all 'yes/no' questions, but that doesn't mean they're simple. The League of Women Voters is committed to helping voters make informed [...]

Chamber to Host LaRose for ‘Eggs and Issues’ – Sept. 14

Chamber to Host LaRose for ‘Eggs and Issues’ – Sept. 14

David LaRose, Culver City Unified School District's new superintendent of schools will speak at the Culver City Chamber's Issues and Eggs Forum on Friday, September 14, 2012. He arrived mid July with his family; wife and two daughters. For the past four years, Mr. LaRose has served as the superintendent of the South Kitsap School District in Washington. He made a favorable impression. He was [...]

Dem Club Meeting to Discuss Measure Y on Sept. 12

Dem Club Meeting to Discuss Measure Y on Sept. 12

The Culver City Democratic Club general meeting is moving back to the Rotunda Room at the Veterans Memorial Building on Sept. 12. The meeting will start a bit later than usual at 7:15 PM. There will be discussion and a vote on endorsing the remaining ballot measures for November that were not covered in August. This will also include a discussion and vote on Measure Y, the Culver City half-cent [...]

Toddler Storytime @ Julian Dixon – Sign Ups Start Sept. 12

Toddler Storytime @ Julian Dixon – Sign Ups Start Sept. 12

Storytime is a special time to make new friends and share stories, songs, play, art activities, and more...Registration for fall session Toddler and Preschool Storytimes begins in person on Wednesday, September 12th at 10 a.m. Phone calls will be accepted after 11:00 a.m. Space is limited to 40 children in each class. First come, first served. Storytimes begin Wednesday, September 19th and end [...]

Mayme Clayton – Soundies Vitaphone Shorts Sept. 22

Mayme Clayton – Soundies Vitaphone Shorts Sept. 22

Join MCLM for a toe-tapping afternoon of musical shorts. This month's program will feature Soundies, Vitaphone Shorts and musical excerpts from Dr. Mayme Clayton's Film Collection. Artist performing on screen will feature Cab Calloway, Fats Waller, Dinah Washington, Dorothy Dandridge, The Benny Goodman Trio, The Delta Rhythm Boys and more. Dr. Clayton's son, Lloyd Clayton, will give the [...]

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