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AVPA Music Offers Two Concerts to End the Year on a Great Note

AVPA Music Offers Two Concerts to End the Year on a Great Note

On Thursday, May 30th, at 7pm in the Robert Frost Auditorium, the Collage Concert will feature smaller ensembles and student soloists. The Flute Ensemble, Jazz Combo(pictured at left,) Percussion Ensemble, Chamber Singers, and Chamber Music ensembles will present music that covers a diverse range of styles and genres. There will be music from Bach and Mozart, to that of contemporary composers [...]

“Five Months to Parent Victory” – Talent Show and Fundraiser

“Five Months to Parent Victory” – Talent Show and Fundraiser

United Parents of Culver City (UPCC) will officially announce its school board candidate endorsements for the November 2013 Culver City Unified School District election on Sunday June 9. The announcements will coincide with a fundraiser entitled "Five Months to Parent Victory Party." The event, which will feature live music and entertainment by parents in the Culver City Unified School District, [...]

Kickstart the Culver City Orchestra (and Save the Date June 8)

Kickstart the Culver City Orchestra (and Save the Date June 8)

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra strives to present concerts of beloved works. We honor and revere the long tradition of these masterworks. They also venture out of the standards to explore music which we feel needs performances. The June 8, 2013, concert is just that - American Beat/African Influences. Africans, forced into the horrors and inhumanity of the slave trade, were stripped of [...]

Relay for Life – Sandra Coopersmith

Relay for Life – Sandra Coopersmith

Sunday, May 19 I woke up with a song in my heart and in my body as well. Unfortunately, the latter tune was decidedly off-key. My tradition of aches and blisters continued, as it was the morning after I had participated in the Culver City Relay For Life, and I wouldn’t have traded a moment of it. As I prepared to head over to West Los Angeles College to walk in the Relay Saturday morning, I [...]

What Could Be More Spontaneous ? CCMS Improv – May 18 @ Willows

What Could Be More Spontaneous ? CCMS Improv – May 18 @ Willows

Culver City Middle School Comedy Improv troupe will perform at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday May 18 and at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Sunday May 19t at the Willows Community School Theater, 8520 Warner Drive, in Culver City. Each performance will feature a different group of performers. Regular tickets are $10 for one show, $15 for a one day pass and $20 for a weekend pass; student and CCUSD staff [...]

CCEF “Tribute to the Stars” Lights Up the Night

CCEF “Tribute to the Stars” Lights Up the Night

As the crowd began to gather at Sony Studios for the the 31st Annual Culver City Education Foundation "Tribute to the Stars" on May 11, the evening was already a success. Smiling faces, exclamations of "Congratulations!" echoed by loud and happy thank yous were all over the street scene. Teachers, parents, secretaries and coaches gathered for awards, auction prizes, and lots of really lovely [...]

CCMS “Yard Sale” Fundraiser – May 18

CCMS “Yard Sale” Fundraiser – May 18

All the junk (ok, really, amazing treasures) you have been keeping in the garage for that yard sale you are planning to hold one-of-these-days now has a date and a destination - Culver City Middle School will hold a yard sale, this Saturday May 18 featuring mariachis, food trucks, raffles and more to help raise funds for the school's English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC). The event will be [...]

Just a Thought – On Alert

Just a Thought – On Alert

I was at the gym when the news was first breaking - something about pipe bombs, Overland Avenue. One of the things I don't love about the gym is that there are televisions on all the time. People were feeling threatened that this was so close. A woman next to me exclaimed "Nowhere is safe!" Well, yes, I thought - or everywhere is safe. Just stop plugging into the bad news. It's a challenge [...]

Holly Mitchell Will Offer “Christmas in July”

Holly Mitchell Will Offer “Christmas in July”

Our own Assemblymember Holly Mitchell (D- 54) will be hosting her 3rd Annual "Christmas in July" on Saturday, July 13 at Kenneth Hahn Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. That date might seem to be a ways off, but now is the time to get someone you know on the guest list; think of it as secret summer santa sorta stuff. "I am asking your organization and other nonprofits, churches and schools in the [...]

Vox Femina to Step Out with “Definitely Deco” Fundraiser

Vox Femina to Step Out with “Definitely Deco” Fundraiser

As their 16th season nears its close, Vox Femina is celebrating in speakeasy style with an evening of entertainment, gambling and a live auction inspired by the roaring 20's. Come dressed as your favorite 1920's icon to this formal event - Bonnie and Clyde, Don Juan, Al Capone, Duke Ellington or Mae West... It'll be swell! General admission is $75 and all proceeds benefit Vox Femina Los [...]

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