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Culver-Palms Y Begins Youth Basketball Clinic – Sept. 10

Culver-Palms Y Begins Youth Basketball Clinic – Sept. 10

 YMCA Youth Basketball Clinic starts this Saturday, September 10, and runs for four Saturdays. The clinic focuses on developing your child’s skills in dribbling, passing, shooting and defending. Completing the one-hour sessions each week for four weeks can raise your child’s game significantly. The benefits of going through the clinic will surface in basketball league play, which starts [...]

‘Kids at Hope’ Symposium Adds Space for … Kids!

‘Kids at Hope’ Symposium Adds Space for … Kids!

Tonight's 'Kids at Hope' Symposium has just added free childcare onsite from 6:15 to 8:30 pm. Parents who are wishing to attend can skip the phone calls to baby sitters and just bring the family. CCUSD and CCEF are thrilled to be partnering for tonight's symposium at the Robert Frost Auditorium from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday September 7, 2016. This FREE evening event will feature both [...]

Culver City Living – Fall 2016

Culver City Living – Fall 2016

Registration for Fall 2016 recreation classes and activities is now open for resident customers. Please check out the Fall 2016 edition of the Culver City Living recreation brochure at www.culvercity.org/live/community-neighborhood/parks-recreation-culture/recreational-activities or enroll online at apm.activecommunities.com/culvercity. We are proud to offer a wide variety of exciting programs [...]

Satie Gossett, Culver City Film Maker Offers “Forgiveness”

Satie Gossett, Culver City Film Maker Offers “Forgiveness”

While our daily news reports are filled with stories about the American racial divide, writer and director Satie Gossett has taken on a story that will make you consider the depth of the difficulties, and the options we have to open a better future. “FORGIVENESS.” A dramatic story (film short) about the President of the United States of America apologizing for America’s role in slavery. [...]

CCFOL to Present Author Blume “Everybody Behaves Badly”

CCFOL to Present Author Blume “Everybody Behaves Badly”

As part of the One Book, One City program for the Culver City Centennial, the Friends of the Library are pleased to announce that in addition to the appearance by Stewart O'Nan, author of West of Sunset on Saturday, October 15, we have a second author visit scheduled. Lesley M.M. Blume, author of Everybody Behaves Badly, will be at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library on Thursday, September 29 at [...]

“Issues & Eggs” Will Feature CCUSD’s New Superintendent Arnold

“Issues & Eggs” Will Feature CCUSD’s New Superintendent Arnold

Josh Arnold, the recently appointed Superintendent of Culver City Unified School District, will speak at the September 7, 2016 Chamber of Commerce Issues & Eggs Forum at the Courtyard by Marriott located at 6333 Bristol Parkway. Dr. Arnold, who was with the Los Alamitos Unified School District as Assistant Superintendent officially began his career in Culver City in early July. Josh [...]

Just a Thought – Park Place

Just a Thought – Park Place

I drive, therefore I park. It's one of the challenging facts of modern urban life. It's particularly troubling in light of the fact that, in Culver City, we live in an almost idyllic climate, with plenty of sidewalks and even lots of bike lanes. Why anyone is in their cars as often as we are is kind of sad. The amazing, appalling, continual quarrels we carry on over parking spaces depresses [...]

Kids at Hope Symposium with Antwone Fisher Sept. 7

Kids at Hope Symposium with Antwone Fisher Sept. 7

Antwone Fisher, award-winning writer, poet and filmmaker, and Rick Miller, founder of Kids at Hope, will visit CCUSD, Robert Frost Auditorium on September 7th to share how HOPE is used as a strategy to achieve success for all children and youth. Kids at Hope is an international organization that studies family, school and community cultures to better understand how children succeed or [...]

YMCA September Challenge – Sign Up Now

YMCA September Challenge – Sign Up Now

Take your September fitness program to a new level by signing up for the 30-day, 460 mile San Francisco Cycle Challenge by Wednesday, September 1. The Challenge kicks off on September 1 and runs through September 30. You’ll be taking the scenic route along the coast to San Francisco, logging the miles you cycle on stationary bikes in the Cycle Room or in the Fitness Center. We’ll record your [...]

“Marley” @ MCLM Black Talkies

“Marley” @ MCLM Black Talkies

This month Black Talkies on Parade celebrates the life and music of Bob Marley with a screening of the 2012 documentary, Marley. Directed by Kevin MacDonald, the film uses rare footage to document Marley's life as a legendary musician who brought reggae to the forefront of music. The film includes interviews with Marley's close friends and associates, along with concert footage. The film also [...]

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