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What Grandmas Do Best – Storytime @ Library Sept. 4

What Grandmas Do Best – Storytime @ Library Sept. 4

Culver City Friends of the Library Present: “What Grandmas do Best,” our September Storytime with CCUSD School Board Member Nancy Goldberg on Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 7:00 p.m. Join us for storytime with Culver City Board of Education Member Nancy Goldberg. Grandmas can do lots of things, like paint with you, take you on a picnic, and teach you how to dance. But what do they do best? [...]

Minor Premieres as Major Artist – Elijah Solow-Ohashi Does Art Over War

Minor Premieres as Major Artist – Elijah Solow-Ohashi Does Art Over War

Politicians The Art Works classroom and gallery on Washington was the scene on Saturday August 25 for an opening that may well be the first of many for Elijah Solow-Ohashi. The artist is only 11, but has ideas and technique that seem as if he has already mastered much. "War<Art was created as a statement. Last year I began the work for this show, Art Over War,  with the piece, War < [...]

Culver Park’s New Digs Approved and Ready

Culver Park’s New Digs Approved and Ready

Just between Farragut Elementary School and Culver City Middle, the new Culver Park campus is beginning to take shape into a robust environment for its students. Principal Veronica Montes is excited about the prospects of the new campus and its close proximity to the high school for teacher collaboration and ease of student transition. Positively glowing with enthusiasm, Montes points out the [...]

Fiesta La Ballona Honors Historical Society’s Zermeno – Mike Cohen

Fiesta La Ballona Honors Historical Society’s Zermeno – Mike Cohen

Cathy Zermeno, the first president of the Culver City Historical Society and former Fiesta La Ballona chairperson, will receive a perpetual trophy as historical society honoree at the opening ceremonies of Fiesta La Ballona, Aug. 25, 11:45 a.m. on the main stage. Zermeno, 85, was elected the society's first President in 1980, and was named chair of Fiesta La Ballona in 1987. She returned as [...]

Sports Grant to Support CCHS Athletics

Sports Grant to Support CCHS Athletics

The Foundation for Global Sports Development (GSD) has generously granted $8,000 to CCEF to help fund the CCHS Athletic Department Academic Support Plan. The goal of the CCHS program is to prepare athletes to be successful beyond high school by giving them the qualities that come from being part of a team and confidence that results from gaining academic success. The funding from GSD will [...]

Bike Corral Gets a Monday Morning Party – Aug. 27

Bike Corral Gets a Monday Morning Party – Aug. 27

In mid-July, the City converted a one car parking space on Washington Boulevard between Madison Avenue and Jean Place into the City’s first bike corral. To celebrate this milestone, the community is invited to join City elected officials and staff for an informal gathering on Monday, August 27 at 10 am. Please plan to meet on the sidewalk next to the bike corral, grab a cup of coffee or bite [...]

Education Author Jonathan Kozol to Speak @ Willows

Education Author Jonathan Kozol to Speak @ Willows

The Willows Community School proudly announces an evening with internationally acclaimed speaker, author and activist Jonathan Kozol on Monday, September 10, 2012, at 7:00 pm in The Willows Community School Theater, 8509 Higuera Street, Culver City, 90232. Mr. Kozol will present a talk, FIRE IN THE ASHES - Twenty-Five Years Among the Poorest Children in America (the title of his newest book.) His [...]

Safe Routes to School Says “Thanks!”

Safe Routes to School Says “Thanks!”

In less than a week, over 130 organizations signed on to a statement to save California's funding for walking, biking, and Safe Routes to School. Thank you for your fast and strong support! In coming weeks, the State Legislature and the Administration (Caltrans, Business Transportation and Housing and the Governor’s office) will be considering proposals for how to spend $3.5 billion each [...]

Upward Bound House to Get School Supplies from CBS

Upward Bound House to Get School Supplies from CBS

CBS Television Distribution will be hosting the third annual back-to-school celebration for the children in residence at Upward Bound House, a community based, non-profit organization that provides housing and services for homeless children and their families. The celebration will take place at Upward Bound House’s Family Shelter at 6:30pm on Monday August 20th at 6:30pm. CBS Television [...]

Sony Pictures Entertainment Offering Twilight Tours

Sony Pictures Entertainment Offering Twilight Tours

The popular Twilight Tour of the historic Sony Pictures Studio will run Thursday evenings until October 25. The two hour guided tour begins at 6:30 PM and offers the perfect opportunity to treat family, friends and out-of-town guests to a behind-the-scenes look at how motion pictures and television shows are made.The working studio tour varies week to week and may include stops at the stages [...]

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