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Back to School Nights – Save the Date

Back to School Nights – Save the Date

Culver City Unified School District has announced the following dates for Back to School Nights throughout the district: Linwood E. Howe Elementary School September 12 (6 p.m.) El Marino Language School September 12 (6 p.m.) El Rincon Elementary School September 19 (6 p.m.) Farragut Elementary School September 19 (6:30 p.m.) La Ballona Elementary School September 19 (6 [...]

Green Space – Public Parks Need YOUR Input – Sept. 27

Green Space – Public Parks Need YOUR Input – Sept. 27

What would YOU like to see happening here? We have great parks in Culver City. We have some great choices to make, and they cannot be made without your input. Save the date - Culver City Green Space Plan Public Workshop will be at the Garden Room (very appropos) at the Veterans Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230. The Veterans Memorial Building is located at the [...]

Ecostar – 13th Annual Creepy Crawly Creature Feature

Ecostar – 13th Annual Creepy Crawly Creature Feature

Walls that Crawl! Frightening Fangs! Furry Legs! It’s time to BUG OUT at the 13th Annual Creepy Crawly Creature Feature, September 9th from 11am-3pm! Located at the STAR Eco Station, this interactive entomology and arachnid expo for kids presents hundreds of bug, spider and butterfly specimens, outrageous edible insects, scientists and specialists, games, crafts, and food! Visit our icky [...]

Agape Offers a September to Remember – Sandra Coopersmith

Agape Offers a September to Remember – Sandra Coopersmith

The traumatic memory of 9/11, an assault of incredible proportions and continuing ramifications, is embedded in our national psyche. And the Agape International Spiritual Center is committed to taking an active part in the healing process through a month long September to Remember commemoration entitled “Sing of Peace, Stand for Liberation,” during which several special community-building [...]

Chamber Offers Tech Summit on “Protecting Your Identity”

Chamber Offers Tech Summit on “Protecting Your Identity”

The Culver City Chamber is pleased to announce a new series of seminars, free of charge to Chamber members and their employees. This series will center on the technology you need for your business, with answers to questions about security; time-saving tips for the programs you use every day; how to optimize your use of social networking services; and other technology issues facing businesses [...]

What Grandmas Do Best – Storytime @ Library Sept. 4

What Grandmas Do Best – Storytime @ Library Sept. 4

Culver City Friends of the Library Present: “What Grandmas do Best,” our September Storytime with CCUSD School Board Member Nancy Goldberg on Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 7:00 p.m. Join us for storytime with Culver City Board of Education Member Nancy Goldberg. Grandmas can do lots of things, like paint with you, take you on a picnic, and teach you how to dance. But what do they do best? [...]

Clayton Museum Black Talkies Shows “Paris is Burning”

Clayton Museum Black Talkies Shows “Paris is Burning”

Black Talkies on Parade presents Paris is Burning Saturday, August 25 at 4:00 pm. Join the MCLM and see the groundbreaking documentary Paris Is Burning (1990), directed by Jenny Livingston. See the infamous drag balls of New York City and the underground culture that surrounds this flamboyant community. The film captures personal and moving interviews that comment on racism, homophobia, and [...]

Mortgage Relief Town Hall @ Senior Center – Save the Date

Mortgage Relief Town Hall @ Senior Center – Save the Date

Need help with your mortgage? Trying avoid foreclosure? The landmark federal mortgage settlement with banks and the new California Homeowners Bill of Rights were put in place to help bring relief to thousands of homeowners. Please join Karen Bass on August 30 for a town hall and get connected to a HUD-approved housing counselor that can help you work with your servicer or lender to try to prevent [...]

Free Health Screenings – Aug. 8

Free Health Screenings – Aug. 8

In celebration of National Health Center Week, August 5-11, Venice Family Clinic will host a free community resource fair on Wednesday, August 8th from 10am to 2pm at the Irma Colen Family Center in Culver City. Venice Family Clinic is a federally-qualified health center (FQHC) that provides accessible, quality health care to people in need on the Westside of Los Angeles. From a small [...]

Vintage Clothing @ Helms Aug 11

Vintage Clothing @ Helms Aug 11

The Helms Design District Vintage Boutique's "Nothing Over $50" Summer Bargain Event is coming up on August 11, 2012. Below is the latest news regarding the event. New dealer Leslie Hamilton was just added to the list of vendors at the event. She's offering a recently uncovered collection of menswear dating back 52 years. Every item will be under $50, and it will be the first time the collection [...]

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