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Julian Dixon Library Storytime with CCFD

Julian Dixon Library Storytime with CCFD

The Culver City Friends of the Library Present July Storytime with Culver City Fire Fighters! Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Join us for July storytime with Culver City Firefighters. Fun arts and crafts project to follow. We are delighted to offer the opportunity to thank our Culver City Firefighters for all they do for our community, and to give the kids a chance to hear fire safety [...]

MCLM – Double M Jazz July 10

MCLM – Double M Jazz July 10

Double M Jazz Salon continues its legacy at the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum in Culver City. Jazz Baroness Mimi Melnick first began Double M Jazz Salon in 1996 in her Encino home on Strawberry Drive. Mimi loved jazz, she organized and hosted the Jazz Salons to support the jazz community in Los Angeles. Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum is proud and honored to carry the torch. Sunday [...]

Culver City Public Theater Launches 18th Season with Frog Tales

Culver City Public Theater Launches 18th Season with Frog Tales

Culver City Public Theatre announces its 18th season of free theatre in Carlson Park. The season opens on July 16th at noon with Frog Tails, an original play as part of the Children’s Popcorn Theatre series. Long time company member Eric Billitzer has once again combined and updated two Grimm folk tales for a comedy of mistaken identities, magical spells, royal romance, and talking animals. [...]

Public Art App to Celebrate Launch with ‘Creative Spirit’ @ Whole 9 Gallery

Public Art App to Celebrate Launch with ‘Creative Spirit’ @ Whole 9 Gallery

All Public Art is an innovative new way for tourists, local residents, and art enthusiasts around the world to connect with artwork in public spaces, and it launches in July 2016 in major metropolitan areas on an international scale. With the use of geolocation on iOS and Android devices, artists and art organizations are able to share images of and information about their art. The general [...]

Elaine Goodyear 1926 – 2016

Elaine Goodyear  1926 – 2016

On June 4th, 2016, at 10:25 AM, Elaine Goodyear passed away at her home on Motor Avenue in Culver City. Her caregiver and her son Greg were at her side. Elaine had been in failing health for the past several years and suffered from heart disease and dementia. She was 89 years old. Celebration of life is at Grace Lutheran Church, 4427 Overland Ave. Culver City 90232, Sat. Jul. 16, 2 [...]

Made in Culver City – It’s a GWTW Kinda Day

Made in Culver City – It’s a GWTW Kinda Day

Margaret Mitchell’s 'Gone With the Wind', one of the best-selling novels of all time and the basis for the blockbuster 1939 movie, was published June 30, 1936. It is still among the top ten best selling books of all time, and the Culver City film (numbers adjusted for inflation) remains the top-grossing movie of all time. It was only a month after publication that David O. Selznick bought [...]

Save the Date – 3rd Wednesdays Continue Downtown in July

Save the Date – 3rd Wednesdays Continue Downtown in July

Downtown Culver City invites you to escape the summer heat with a neighborhood-wide ‘SummerTini Tasting’ on the Third Wednesday of July. Check in at any participating business in Culver City’s downtown area to pick up your “Third Wednesday Passport,” then get it stamped each time you cool off with a SummerTini (virgin ‘SummerTea-ni’ available for the under-21 set). At the end of you [...]

Fresh Footprints on Yellow Brick Road ‘Screenland 5K’ Now Signing Runners

Fresh Footprints on Yellow Brick Road ‘Screenland 5K’ Now Signing Runners

Ready to run into the Centennial year? Here's where you sign up. Run past storied movie and television soundstages, dash through a soaring rainbow, follow the yellow brick road onto the Centennial Trail, and stride like a superstar down the red carpet in your once-in-a-century 5K journey on Academy Awards Sunday morning in the Heart of Screenland. Your Screenland 5K adventure includes (the [...]

Read for the Win! We Tell Stories @ Julian Dixon

Read for the Win! We Tell Stories @ Julian Dixon

The cherished favorite troop of tale tellers, "We Tell Stories" return for a summer run at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library beginning on June 29 at 2 pm. This week will feature stories from great literature about making the right choices; a poem by Maya Angelou, The Rooster Chanticleer from Chaucer, and the Marriage of Sir Gawain and Lady Ragnell from the legends of King Arthur. Culver [...]

Marcom Masque Award Winners Announced

Marcom Masque Award Winners Announced

Kentwood Players, the community theater group based at the Westchester Playhouse, was founded in December 1949 by Jan and Arky Marcom, for whom the group’s annual Marcom Masque Awards are named. The first Marcom Masque Awards were presented for the 1957-1958 season with “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” winning the award for Best Play. During the run of all six productions in their 2015-2016 [...]

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