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Black Talkies Screens Paul Robeson in “Big Fella” – Dec. 15 @ MCLM

Black Talkies Screens Paul Robeson in “Big Fella” – Dec. 15 @ MCLM

Take a break from your holiday shopping and join the MCLM for a screening of Big Fella, based on the book Banjo Man by Claude Mckay. Big Fella is one of Paul Robeson's most important performances, allowing him to play the lead role with dignity, away from normal Hollywood stereotypes. Robeson plays Joe, an American in France working on the docks. Joe helps the police find a missing English boy, [...]

Shawn’s Trees Has Santa, Ponies and Yes…Christmas Trees!

Shawn’s Trees Has Santa, Ponies and Yes…Christmas Trees!

With the holiday season upon us,  it's time to add a large Douglas fir to your shopping list, and the place I always go is Shawn's Trees. The trees are beautiful and fresh, which is vital if you want to keep it up until January the way that we do. Shawn's people will help you with a stand, and if you have one of your own, bring it in and get a discount. If you really like discounts, click on [...]

Online Registration for Parks and Rec Classes – Click Here

Online Registration for Parks and Rec Classes – Click Here

The Winter 2013 session is just around the corner! Resident online and mail-in registration begins Monday, December 3rd, followed by resident walk-in registration starting December 10th and non-resident registration on December 17th. Online enrollment is now easier through our new registration site at www.activenet.active.com/culvercity. We think you’ll find this new way of registering for [...]

Earthwatch Science Fellowships Watching for Local Students

Earthwatch Science Fellowships Watching for Local Students

Earthwatch volunteers trek the Andes in Peru Jessica Perez, a junior at Culver City High School, traveled to the Grand Tetons in Wyoming last summer on an Earthwatch Fellowship. Jessica was part of a research team of students and scientists that studied four different species of song birds. The research looked for a relationship between vegetation density and nesting success. The research [...]

CCFOL Invites You to the Library

CCFOL Invites You to the Library

It's chilly, it's dark, the kids are restless...time to head to the library ! On Tuesday, December 4, the Culver City Friends of the Library will have a special story time with outstanding story teller Celia Carroll. She will provide a festive winter craft to follow the stories. 7 pm in the Meeting Room. Our annual Snowless Snow Party will take place at the library on December 8 from 2:30 to 4 [...]

AVPA Artist Wins First Place

AVPA Artist Wins First Place

Winners of the “2012 Visual Arts: California State Park Art Contest” (L-R) Stefana Gloginic, Ariana Pacino, Kate Johannesen (First Place Winner) - photo credit - Geoff Maleman Kate Johannesen, 12th Grade, from The Academy of Visual and Performing Arts at Culver City High School has been awarded First Place for her painting titled, “Leo Carrillo State Beach” by The LegiSchool [...]

Historical Society to Present “Ince” Bio Author

Historical Society to Present “Ince” Bio Author

A “Meet and Greet” with author Brian Taves, film archivist with the Library of Congress since 1990, will be hosted by the Culver City Historical Society on Saturday, December 8 at 2 p.m. in the Archives and Resource Center. Taves’ book, Thomas Ince Hollywood’s Independent Pioneer, the first ever written about Ince’s life, describes how he revolutionized the motion picture industry [...]

Just A Thought – Sleeping With Gratitude

Just A Thought – Sleeping With Gratitude

I slept in a bed. It's still absolutely awesome. One of the strange gifts of age is that time seems to pass so quickly, the theory of relativity is not just theory. Time flies whether you are having fun or not. Of course, having kids does that as well; mine seem to be discussing their Hallowe'en costumes on the Fourth of July and planning the next birthday party before the cake is finished. (I [...]

Tour de Taste – Holiday Edition

Tour de Taste – Holiday Edition

Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition's Tour de Taste returns to Culver City on Dec. 2 from 9am to 3pm , and we are excited for some bicycling, eating, ice skating, and Culver City exploration this holiday season! Plan well, and you could burn off every calorie you consume! Take a guided bike tour of Ballona Creek in the morning, then enjoy local cuisine and ice skating afterwards. So far we [...]

CCUSD Wants to Hear From You –

CCUSD Wants to Hear From You –

For the purpose of gathering feedback from its educational community regarding future school calendars, the District has created a calendar survey that will also be used for planning purposes. Keeping student success as our main priority, the results will be used to create calendars for the next two school years, so let 'em know. Once the calendars are created, they will still need to be [...]

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