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Dancing Days – Danger Zone, Donna Sternberg and Fumbling Towards Ecstacy

Dancing Days – Danger Zone, Donna Sternberg and Fumbling Towards Ecstacy

The AVPA Danger Zone Dance Concert on Friday Nov. 7 was entitled “To Be on Holy Ground,” a take on the quotation from the unique choreographer Martha Graham, “Wherever a dancer stands is holy ground.” For student dancers and choreographers, this kind of presentation can be a visit to paradise: a supportive audience, a wide stage and a moment to take off into flight. The AVPA students [...]

New Drop Points for CCUSD Food Backpack Program

New Drop Points for CCUSD Food Backpack Program

Since 2013, the CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program has been serving students at all CCUSD school sites, serving more than 10,000 meals to students throughout the year. For the second year in a row, CCUSD's traditional Holiday Food Drives done at individual schools sites will be partnering for this worthy cause - supporting the children who attend our family of schools. Throughout the weeks [...]

YMCA and WWD Partner for Diabetes Education

YMCA and WWD Partner for Diabetes Education

Walk With a Doc and Culver Palms YMCA to present diabetes prevention information at Vet’s Park Nov. 15, at 8:45 am. The walk will begin at 9:00. Stretching and warmup with Brandon Webb, CPY Healthy Lifestyles counselor, precede the talk at 8:40. As we know, diabetes can be treated. And with prompt detection, it can be prevented, reversed and complications avoided! Walk with a Doc- Culver City, [...]

Transition to Offer Composting Workshop

Transition to Offer Composting Workshop

Why build a compost pile? Well, you can extend your efforts to reduce, reuse and recycle by composting: reduce the amount of waste going to the landfill; reuse newspapers, paper napkins, coffee filters and tea bags; recycle the endless stream of veggie waste. Tina's got a brand new bin. Let's help her set it up. Learn how to choose a location for a compost pile. What goes into a bin? How to [...]

Peace Starts Here at Whole 9 Gallery

Peace Starts Here at Whole 9 Gallery

Peace Starts Here at the Whole 9 Gallery on Saturday, November 15, 6pm - 10pm, where 500 artists from 30 countries across 6 continents have joined hands to use art to change lives. Join us for the LA Premiere of the 2014 Peace Project Exhibit. Plus, take a look back at The Peace Project Exhibit through the years. We'll also have a silent auction and raffle. Not enough? We'll have a no-host [...]

Cartooning For Adults Only: Unleash Your Creative Potential

Cartooning For Adults Only: Unleash Your Creative Potential

If you've ever been enthusiastic about the thought of drawing cartoons, but dismissed it as a silly idea then this is for you. Ask any kindergarten class if anyone can draw and they will all raise their hands with excitement. Ask a group of 20-year-olds the same question and only one or two hands will go up. What happened? Somewhere between the ages of 5 and 20 we became obsessed with [...]

Save the Date – Downtown Tree Lighting Dec. 4

Save the Date – Downtown Tree Lighting Dec. 4

Celebrate the season of goodwill at the annual Culver City Downtown Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration, presented by the Downtown Business Association and the City of Culver City. See Santa Claus as he makes a very special visit all the way from the North Pole. There will be hot cider, hot cocoa, cookies and other festive treats to make everyone feel merry; performances by local choirs; and [...]

Culver City Women’s Club to Head to Mission Inn – TS Owen

Culver City Women’s Club to Head to Mission Inn – TS Owen

Treat yourself to a day of colorful holiday decorations, fun shopping, a backstage tour of a National Landmark and a private brunch at the world-famous Riverside Inn and help local charities at the same time. The philanthropic Culver City Women’s Club will host the Friday, December 5, outing. Proceeds go to Meals on Wheels, YMCA and high school scholarships, Foster Children and the Bob Hope [...]

AVPA Blurred Vision Theater Company to Stage “The Seagull”

AVPA Blurred Vision Theater Company to Stage “The Seagull”

Anton Chekhov’s groundbreaking masterpiece The Seagull will open the 2014-15 season of AVPA’s Blurred Vision Theater Company. AVPA creative director of theater Jill Novick directs a strong ensemble cast of high-school theater students in the 1895 play, which follows 12 diverse characters, each deeply dissatisfied with his or her life, through a series of encounters at a Russian country [...]

Walk With a Doc – Nov. 15

Walk With a Doc – Nov. 15

Walk with a Doc takes off again on the morning of November 15, 2014 at 9:00 at Veterans’ Park with a warm-up at 8:40 lead by Culver Palms Healthy Lifestyles Counselor Brandon Webb. Jeff Penso, M.D. will update the walkers on the epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes, a disease that affects one out of twelve Americans. As Americans grow in age, and weight, Type 2 Diabetes becomes a potential or real [...]

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