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Keep the Arts Alive ! Join the Cultural Affairs Campaign

Keep the Arts Alive ! Join the Cultural Affairs Campaign

The Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation has launched a community campaign to raise funding for the City’s cultural event programming which was lost when the state eliminated the Culver City Redevelopment Agency as well as all redevelopment agencies in California. The Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation is a nonprofit organization which promotes and supports historic preservation, [...]

Who Wants to Grow Up to Be a Leader ? Girl Scout Information Day !

Who Wants to Grow Up to Be a Leader ? Girl Scout Information Day !

There's a lot more going on here than cookies. When you sign up to be a girl scout you learn life skills, make friends, and start your plan to change the world ! Come and join the fun on Sunday, October 7 1pm – 4pm at Farragut Elementary School 10820 Farragut Drive, Culver City, CA 90230. Discover all the ways to be a Girl Scout. Connect with the Culver City Girl Scout Community, and sign up [...]

Tween Book a Treat That Rings True – Sandra Coopersmith

Tween Book a Treat That Rings True – Sandra Coopersmith

To paraphrase Kermit the Frog, it’s not easy being tween. Fortunately, “Lucy and CeCee’s How to Survive (and Thrive) in Middle School” captures that angst with abundant humor laced with just the right amount of wisdom. Consider this a literary alert to those whose daughters, granddaughters or nieces belong to that fascinating subset of humanity aged 9-14. Even if your tween’s reading [...]

AVPA Open House Kicks Another Year into Gear

AVPA Open House Kicks Another Year into Gear

AVPA  is off to a big start for the school year! With new and returning student numbers at an all time high. With nearly 250 students enrolled, AVPA offers over 40 classes and workshops this semester alone. Students are working with professional artists who come from West Los Angeles College, Center Theatre Group, and other institutions throughout Los Angeles.. You can keep up to date with the [...]

Dear Editor – LaRose is a Man of His Word

Dear Editor – LaRose is a Man of His Word

Just wanted to make note of this-- at the board meeting a couple of weeks ago, Mr. LaRose noted after our presentation that everyone was using one time use plastic water bottles. At our committee meeting he said he would address it, and at this board meeting, there was no plastic water bottles for the first time in my memory!! It may not seem like a big deal to him, but after a couple of years of [...]

Linwood Howe Will Celebrate “Walk to School Day” Oct. 3

Linwood Howe Will Celebrate “Walk to School Day” Oct. 3

A number of students from Linwood E Howe will be walking to school on Wednesday October 3rd 2012 along with parents, teachers and community leaders. The event will begin at 8am with kids, parents and community leaders walking from City Hall to Linwood E Howe Elementary. Walkers will arrive at the school at 8.30am. In 2011, International Walk to School Day was celebrated at more than 4,000 [...]

Doc on Kentwood Players to Air on KCET

Doc on Kentwood Players to Air on KCET

Kentwood Players was founded by the late Arky and Jan Marcom, Elizabeth Thornberg and Betty Francis in December 1949, and performs out of the Westchester Playhouse, located at 8301 Hindry Avenue, LA 90045. In 2009-2010, the group celebrated its 60th anniversary season during which the musical, "Li'l Abner” was presented from March 12 to April 17, 2010. The production was directed and [...]

Help Group Offers Free Concert with Music for Autism

Help Group Offers Free Concert with Music for Autism

The Help Group & Music for Autism present a free concert for individuals with autism and their families. All of the concerts offer professionally performed, enriching musical experiences in an environment where individual differences are celebrated. Sunday Oct. 7 at 1 pm,  the concert will feature QUATTRO, a fresh, new and innovative ensemble that fuses Classical Crossover, Latin Pop and [...]

CCHS to Host College Night – Sept. 24

CCHS to Host College Night – Sept. 24

Culver City High School will hosting its annual College Night and College Fair on Monday, September 24. College Night is for seniors and juniors to understand the University of California and the California State University applications. This workshop will include information on how to complete these applications accurately online and a discussion of the UC essay portion of the application. [...]

Kentwood Players Annual Costume Sale – Sept. 29

Kentwood Players Annual Costume Sale – Sept. 29

Whoever you want to be this Halloween, the Kentwood Players can help you put together a look, whether it's Merida from "Brave," one of "The Avengers" or a "Spice Girl" (they reunited), Prince William & Kate, Joan from "Mad Men" or someone from "Game of Thrones" or "Downton Abbey" - we even have a full-size "cockroach costume." The community theater group will hold a costume and vintage [...]

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