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Get Smart – Jumpstart for Juniors Seminars

Get Smart – Jumpstart for Juniors Seminars

Two free seminars coming up, save the dates: Wed., Jan. 18th and Sat. Jan. 21 Juniors: Start the college application process during the second semester. This allows students and families to ease into thinking about college and gather information. The more information, the less stressful the process will be. Seminars will focus on the following: How to start searching for colleges Finding a [...]

Everything Old is New Again – Art @ WLAC Featuring Dan Cytron

Everything Old is New Again – Art @ WLAC Featuring Dan Cytron

Dan Cytron, recently featured in the film “One Artist’s POV” by Sally Geti, will be the solo artist in the West Los Angeles College gallery show “Everything Old is New Again,” curated by Molly Barnes. The show runs from January 2 through January 31, 2017. A reception open to the public will be held in the gallery on Thursday, January 5 from 6:00 – 8:00pm. Parking is available in the [...]

CTG Will Honor Davidson

CTG Will Honor Davidson

This Monday, Center Theatre Group will hold a celebration in honor of its Founding Artistic Director, Gordon Davidson, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Ahmanson Theatre. The theatre will open at 7 p.m. An evening of stories, remembrances and performances, the celebration will be open to the public. Though this is not a ticketed event, RSVPs are encouraged; please see the link below. “Gordon [...]

Jack Grapes to Lead “Method Writing” Seminar

Jack Grapes to Lead “Method Writing” Seminar

“Method Writing” is an organic approach to writing, much as method acting is an organic approach to acting, stressing inner process and deep voice. “Method Writing” consists of various concepts that take the writer through techniques designed to make the writing more compelling and more effective, publishable and productive. Back by popular demand, Jack Grapes will present this [...]

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Fundraising Dinner – Feb. 25

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Fundraising Dinner – Feb. 25

We have health care on campus, but even care needs care; your help is required to keep the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center healthy! All children must be physically and mentally healthy to learn and become productive members of society. Culver City is proud to provide free on site medical and mental health care and health education for our youth ages 11-19. The Sandy Segal Youth Health Center is [...]

Sierra Club to Present Whole Health Lecture – Jan. 12

Sierra Club to Present Whole Health Lecture – Jan. 12

Thinking about the new year, connecting with family and friends, getting in the best shape of your life, or reconnecting with nature? January is the best time to take stock, assess your priorities, envision the life you want, and become the best version of yourself. Here's a great way to get started: Join the West Los Angeles Sierra Club at 7 pm, Thursday, January 12, 2017 at Vet's Auditorium [...]

Kentwood Players Treats “The Imaginary Invalid”

Kentwood Players Treats “The Imaginary Invalid”

Molière's THE IMAGINARY INVALID is an outrageous satire of medicine and its practitioners sadly relevant even today. The wealthy Argan revels in poor health, relying on laxatives, suppositories, bloodlettings, and second and third opinions from the leading quacks. Although his daughter Angélique loves the impoverished Cléante, Argan wants to marry her to Thomas Diaforrhea, a medical dunce who [...]

Arcana, Ripped Bodice Make “Best Bookstore” List

Arcana, Ripped Bodice Make “Best Bookstore” List

The inevitable end of year sum-up 'best of' lists are all over the internet, and Culver City scores on Los Angles Magazine's listicle of the "14 Best Mom-and Pop Bookstores in LA." If you are a bibliophile, there's nothing quite as fun as cruising the stacks, finding the unexpected or unknown treasure; that book that might just change it all. From Los Angeles Magazine " If it’s specialty [...]

More Bags, More Books, Less Money – CCFOL Book Sale Drops the Price

More Bags, More Books, Less Money – CCFOL Book Sale Drops the Price

More good news - as a special holiday and New Year's gift to you, the Friends of the Library are happy to announce another one week extension of The Holiday Bag Sale with a new, lower price! From December 27 through December 31, bring your own bag in to the Friends of the Library Book Sale Room and fill it with all the books you want for only $10. Bags must be no larger than the standard size [...]

Merry Christmas, Culver City (An Affectionate Holiday Ditty)

Merry Christmas, Culver City (An Affectionate Holiday Ditty)

It's dark, it's chill, we're wrapped up tight the shortest days shed little light But holidays can make us merry and celebrations make us tarry to spend a bit more time with cheer as we look back and feel the year behind us, melting into past We look around to what can last; So Happy Christmas, Culver City, Ninety-nine and looking pretty CCPD brings Santa to [...]

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