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Bike Safety Class – July 11

Bike Safety Class – July 11

Metro is sponsoring a series of bicycle safety education classes throughout LA County, including here in CC. They are all free and range in scope. Check out this link for more info: www.la-bike.org/bicyclesafetyclasses Whether you bike daily or are curious about riding more often, there is something for everyone here. Come learn what it takes to ride safely in the city or just know what cyclists [...]

Culver City Public Theater to Open 17th Season

Culver City Public Theater to Open 17th Season

Culver City Public Theatre is happy to announce its 17th summer season of free theatre. Every Saturday and Sunday from July 18th through August 23rd, the public is invited to enjoy an afternoon performance under the trees in lovely Carlson Park. First up at noon will be our popular Children’s Popcorn Theatre. Long time member Eric Billitzer, who has acted in countless CCPT productions [...]

‘Girlfriend’ Begins Rehearsals @ KDT

‘Girlfriend’ Begins Rehearsals @ KDT

Rehearsals have started for “Girlfriend” at the Center Theatre Group/Kirk Douglas Theatre. Featuring a book by Todd Almond and music and lyrics by Matthew Sweet, the rock musical about first love will begin previews on July 12 with the opening slated for July 19. Performances will continue through August 9. Reprising their roles from the 2013 Actors Theatre of Louisville production of [...]

CCPD Reminder – Have a Safe Fourth

CCPD Reminder – Have a Safe Fourth

The Culver City Police Department wants to remind residents and visitors that the best way to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday with family and friends is by attending a professional fireworks show. The sale and possession of all fireworks is illegal in Culver City, and that includes the Safe and Sane type of manufactured fireworks. All violators may be subject to fines and arrest if caught [...]

Save the Date – Antioch Alumni Day of Service July 25

Save the Date – Antioch Alumni Day of Service July 25

Alumni are encouraged to participate in the AULA Alumni Council's third annual Day of Service on Saturday, July 25 from 9 am to 12:30 pm. We'll be working at the Downtown Women's Center, a vital LA resource exclusively dedicated to serving the needs of homeless and very low-income women. DWC's mission is to provide permanent supportive housing and a safe and healthy community fostering dignity, [...]

Symphony Summer Programs Begin July 2 @ MdR

Symphony Summer Programs Begin July 2 @ MdR

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra heads west to become the Marina del Rey Symphony for our summer concerts at Burton Chace Park, Marina del Rey. Get to the beach for another fantastic summer at the water's edge in one of Southern California's most beautiful spots to hear Classical Music. Programs and parking information are below. All concerts are admission free. Make it a mini/micro staycation. [...]

CC Democratic Club Annual July 4th Picnic

CC Democratic Club Annual July 4th Picnic

The Culver City Democratic Club will be hosting it's annual 4th of July Picnic this Saturday at Carlson Park between 11-2. Friends, families and neighbors - All are invited. The club will provide drinks and charcoal, attendees are invited to bring items to grill. Got questions ? info@culvercitydemocraticclub.com membership@culvercitydemocraticclub.com newsletter@culvercitydemocraticclub.com

‘For Great Schools’ Interviews CCUSD School Board Member Sue Robins

‘For Great Schools’ Interviews CCUSD School Board Member Sue Robins

Scott McVarish, Co-founder of United Parents for Culver City (UPCC) Interviews CCUSD School Board Member Sue Robins on..... See the videos and blogs for the entire “For Great Schools” series at www.facebook.com/forgreatschools Scott McVarish: Sue Robins has been on the Culver City school board for eighteen months. She was a middle school teacher in Culver City Middle School for over 6 [...]

Mind the Numbers (and TCB)

Mind the Numbers (and TCB)

Hello Readers! While Culver City Crossroads is always pleased to have more readers (new readers and long time readers) we thought it important to take a moment ask you to mind the numbers, and take care of business. Mind the Numbers - We often get comments on posts that are several years old, sometimes without folks realizing that this is not new news.( In fact, one of our most active threads [...]

Free Film Series! Coming in July @ Westfield

Free Film Series! Coming in July @ Westfield

Looking for some easy fun this summer? Join us for family-friendly films at Westfield Culver City starting at sundown on the 4th Level Parking Structure near the Dining Terrace. Each movie will have a special surprise! All pre-movie events start at about 6:30 pm and end around 7:30 pm. It is first come, first serve so, please come early to reserve your spot! * Fri Jul 10: "The Lego Movie" -- [...]

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