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Santa’s Sleigh Makes the Rounds

Santa’s Sleigh Makes the Rounds

Culver City's 99-year-old police department was out entertaining kids and maintaining community relations the last few weeks with their traditional Santa Sleigh program. Launched in 1984, it was, "born of an idea that the goodwill that Santa Claus builds transcends all races and religions," according to their website. The Culver City Police Officers Association has been out every December for [...]

Parks and Rec Needs Your Input on Child Care Programs

Parks and Rec Needs Your Input on Child Care Programs

Culver City Parks and Recreation does a lot of child care - there are camps, after-school programs, classes and more. What they need is your take on what they do, and your input on what else they should be doing. Please complete our survey on before school, after school and vacation/summer camp programs. The PRCS Commission is interested in enhancing the before school, after school and [...]

Actor’s Gang Free Middle School Program – Sign Up Now

Actor’s Gang Free Middle School Program – Sign Up Now

The Actors' Gang is excited to invite 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students in CCUSD to join our FREE! Winter Middle School After-School Program 2017. This unique experience will offer instruction and guidance in The Actors' Gang signature theatre style, based in Commedia dell'Arte. The focus of the Middle School After-School Program is to empower students to develop their own creative voices and [...]

Book Sale Held Over for 2nd Week @ Julian Dixon

Book Sale Held Over for 2nd Week @ Julian Dixon

The Friends of the Library are happy to announce a one week extension of The Holiday Bag Sale! From December 19 through December 24, bring your own bag in to the Friends of the Library Book Sale Room and fill it with all the books you can for only $15. Bags must be no larger than the standard size super market shopping bag. This is a wonderful opportunity to find great holiday gifts and stock up [...]

CCEF to Present “State of the District”

CCEF to Present “State of the District”

Join us for an evening of socializing, collaboration and inspiration on behalf of Culver City schools. Meet and mingle with our new Superintendent, Dr. Josh Arnold, and hear his vision for continued excellence in our schools. Learn about a state-of-the-art approach to education that sparks innovation and motivation in students. Wednesday, January 11, 2017 6-8 pm Courtyard Marriott Los [...]

Just a Thought – I Do Love Lucy, After All

Just a Thought – I Do Love Lucy, After All

Somewhere in this world, right now, someone is watching an episode of I Love Lucy. There are only a few cultural phenomenon that have been this far reaching and this long lasting. Every hour of the day, somewhere in the world, someone is taking part in a Catholic Mass, someone is performing some version of Hamlet - and someone - someone with electricity and a tv set - is watching I Love [...]

Antioch University Offers Community College Scholarships

Antioch University Offers Community College Scholarships

Antioch University Los Angeles is proud to announce a new scholarship opportunity for undergraduate students transferring from a community college with whom AULA has an articulation agreement; That's WLA, SMC or other listed below -  This opportunity is available if you apply to enter one of Antioch’s bachelor’s programs in Winter 2017 or Spring 2017. If granted a Community College [...]

Courage Campaign Seeks Donations in the Fight Against Nestle

Courage Campaign Seeks Donations in the Fight Against Nestle

As California's epic drought gets worse, state agencies just released a new plan for water conservation. But thanks to a bizarre ruling by a federal judge, Nestlé is still taking 100,000 gallons of water a day from the San Bernardino National Forest using a 38-year-old expired permit. The Courage Campaign is working to stop this. The judge said the company could keep taking water using this [...]

Walk With a Doc – Dec. 17

Walk With a Doc – Dec. 17

Culver City's Walk with a Doc invites you for some education and a stroll - Saturday, December 17 at 8:45 am at Veteran's Park 4117 Overland Ave, Culver City. Dr. Jeff Penso will speak on 'Opiods- The New Plague'. The event will begin with Brandon Webb leading a balance warm-up , and the group will walk at 9 am along an easy to follow route, circling back to the point of origin.  

Crouch Will Perform in “Adler & Gibb” @ KDT

Crouch Will Perform in “Adler & Gibb” @ KDT

Playwright, actor and director Tim Crouch will join the cast of the American premiere of “Adler & Gibb,” a co-commission by Center Theatre Group with the Royal Court Theatre in London. Written and directed by Crouch and co-directed with Andy Smith and Karl James, the DouglasPlus presentation of “Adler & Gibb” will run January 17 to 29 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. The opening will [...]

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