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Vets Park Holiday Tower Lighting – Tonight @ 6:30

Vets Park Holiday Tower Lighting – Tonight @ 6:30

Are you in the holiday spirit? Get there tonight at Vets Park at 6:30 ! Join Santa for this fun, free annual event! Watch from below as the “tree” surrounding the Veterans Memorial Building tower is illuminated. After illuminating the tower, Santa will arrive on a fire truck and photo opportunities with Santa will be available indoors along with holiday crafts and refreshments. The [...]

Fox Hills Adds Parking by Decreasing Red Curbs

Fox Hills Adds Parking by Decreasing Red Curbs

According to the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association, it's getting a bit easier to park on the street in the most densely populated part of Culver City. "As you probably have noticed we have gained 40 extra parking spots in Fox Hills. We have been working hard with Culver City's Traffic Engineer and we were able to get rid of the eight foot red zones in between parking spots to gain some [...]

Beach Restoration Pilot Project Will Commence in December

Beach Restoration Pilot Project Will Commence in December

The Bay Foundation, in partnership with City of Santa Monica, announces the Santa Monica Beach Restoration Pilot Project.  This project aims to transform an approximately three-acre section of existing sandy beach into a healthy, beautiful coastal ecosystem, to address coastal hazard risks while protecting and enhancing coastal resources, such as public beach access and recreation, natural [...]

CCPT Opens Centennial Playwriting Contest

CCPT Opens Centennial Playwriting Contest

Culver City Public Theatre (CCPT) is seeking submissions for its Summer 2017 Children’s Popcorn Theatre production of 10-minute plays, performed for six weekends in July and August 2017 in Carlson Park. In keeping with Culver City's Centennial celebration, the theme is Culver City “The Heart of Screenland.” Your play should be 10-15 minutes long, preferably humorous, suitable for a young [...]

City Council to Return to Polystyrene Discussion on Dec. 12

City Council to Return to Polystyrene Discussion on Dec. 12

Polystyrene is still a topic for the city council and the discussion is returning on Dec, 12, 2016. The discussion of an enhanced proposal from Ballona Creek Renaissance to ban single-use polystyrene take-out food containers, food ware and coolers will be coming back to the agenda. At the August meeting, there were 28 speaker cards submitted by people who wanted to address the Council on this [...]

Tower Insurance Holiday Open House to Benefit “Backpacks”

Tower Insurance Holiday Open House to Benefit “Backpacks”

On behalf of the entire Team at Tower Insurance we invite you to our 3rd Annual Holiday Open House at 4244 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230 on Saturday December 10, 2016 from 9 am to noon. Santa and his sleigh will make an appearance and there will be plenty of nosh for all to share. We will also be collecting donations for the Culver City Backpack for Kids Program… you may choose a [...]

Walk ‘N Rollers Family Ride – December 10

Walk ‘N Rollers Family Ride – December 10

Saturday, December 10 Family Ride: Lights, Camera, Action! Mark your calendar and join us for the last community ride of the year - a Sunday evening tour of homes decorated for the holidays. There will be bike decorating and prizes for the most illuminated bikes! This Holiday night ride promises to be the brightest of all our rides. Join us as we explore the most beautiful holiday lights in [...]

Backpacks for Kids Needs Holiday Help

Backpacks for Kids Needs Holiday Help

The Culver City Council PTA's  Backpacks for Kids program is now feeding 120 families a week, and help is needed to raise funds and bring in supplies for the holidays. The 'backpacks' program discreetly provides nutritious, child-friendly, easy to fix food to chronically hungry children. The food is packed into backpacks for children to take home over the weekends during the school year. From [...]

Call Your Senator to Advocate the Arts Bill

Call Your Senator to Advocate the Arts Bill

On Arts Advocacy Day this past March, Sen. Tom Udall (D-NM) announced new legislation to strengthen the creative economy. Entitled the Comprehensive Resources for Entrepreneurs in the Arts to Transform the Economy (CREATE) Act (S.2648), the bill aims to better support our nation's creative economy and the artist entrepreneur! Help advance the CREATE Act! This week is the beginning of a [...]

Ring Those Jingle Bells! It’s the Santa Schedule

Ring Those Jingle Bells! It’s the Santa Schedule

It' almost December, and you can get the travel tips on your favorite fat man from the Culver City Police Assocition. Dates, times and locations are available right here for Santa Claus fans of all ages. Starting this Thursday, December 1, the sirens you hear could be the good news. Kicking it off at the tree lighting in Downtown Culver City, Santa will then take ten days off before beginning his [...]

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