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Actors’ Gang Free Afterschool Program Teaches Commedia dell’Arte

Actors’ Gang Free Afterschool Program Teaches Commedia dell’Arte

The Actors' Gang is excited to invite fourth- and fifth-grade students in CCUSD elementary schools to join its FREE Fall Afterschool Program 2015. This unique experience will offer instruction and guidance in The Actors' Gang signature theatre style, based in Commedia dell'Arte. The focus of the program is to empower students to develop their own creative voices and artistic expression through [...]

Flag Football at CCMS Brings in Sixth Grade Team

Flag Football at CCMS Brings in Sixth Grade Team

With dozens of students wanting to play Flag Football, the Culver City Middle School decided to field its first ever 6th Grade Flag Football team. This season, more than 30 incoming 6th graders signed up to play seven on seven flag football. An additional 30+ tried out for the 7th/8th grade team. The 6th grade team is led by Coach Maurice Shaw. Coach Shaw set a high school record for El Camino [...]

Culver City Job’s Daughters to Offer Open House

Culver City Job’s Daughters to Offer Open House

The Culver City Job's Daughters are holding an Open House! Bethel no. 2, Culver City was founded in 1924, was the very first chapter of the organization opened in Southern California, and has been in Culver City for 90 years. Come find out more about this wonderful organization for girls ages 9 through 20! The Open House will be held on Monday, October 12th, at 7:30pm at the Culver City [...]

Women of the 405 Offer Two Shows This Weekend

Women of the 405 Offer Two Shows This Weekend

Who can take on the truth of this town ? It's the Women of the 405; Personal Stories told by six intoxicatingly talented, funny, bold, women. Come and join with Jennifer C,  Gabby F, Francine G, Monique R, Rachel S and Taffy Wallace with Musical Guest Roz Esposito. Two shows both on Saturday, October 3, 3:00 and 5:30 PM. Join us for Wine before each show at The Reason Foundation located at [...]

CCHS Defeats Uni 34 to 21- Steven Trilling

CCHS Defeats Uni 34 to 21- Steven Trilling

Culver City High faces University High School for the first time. Both teams come in at 2-1, looking to either get even, or fall way behind The Centaurs got off to a slow start and are plagued by penalties in the first quarter. Every time something went right, Culver City was hit with a holding or pass interference. They continue to shoot themselves in the foot creating a 45 minute first [...]

CCEF & Green Thumb Club Beautify CCHS Campus

CCEF & Green Thumb Club Beautify CCHS Campus

Last spring CCEF helped the Culver City High School Green Thumbs Club obtain a grant for $5,500 from the Richard B. Seigal Foundation. The grant made it possible for the Green Thumbs to put an automated drip watering system into their garden so that it's watered efficiently even when school is not in session. The grant also enabled them to install a new fence, which the students are staining [...]

Make a Plan for Walk to School Day – Oct. 7

Make a Plan for Walk to School Day – Oct. 7

Culver City Schools will join schools from around the world to participate in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 7, 2015. Approximately 4,500 students from all CCUSD elementary schools and Culver City Middle School will be walking and rolling along with parents, teachers and community leaders, joining thousands of schools and millions of kids around the world celebrating [...]

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch Comes to Culver City

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch Comes to Culver City

Culver City has an exciting new Halloween attraction this year- Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch (www.mrbones.com) has moved to West LA College, 10100 Jefferson Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232. The patch’s opening day will be this Friday October 2nd! Mr. Bones’ new larger location creates a magical Halloween atmosphere with the debut of life-size pumpkin houses and a Gypsy-inspired theater for special [...]

AVPA Kicks Off It’s 20th Year – Going to the Mattresses

AVPA Kicks Off It’s 20th Year – Going to the Mattresses

From our first school year in 1996-97, AVPA has blossomed into a bustling and energetic program, offering thousands of students over the last two decades memorable experiences and unique artistic opportunities. Help celebrate by attending, donating, volunteering, and cheering on their latest season! Of course, one of the main activities of the Academy - the one that makes lots of others [...]

Westfield & Nick Jr. Team Up for Play Date Tour (RSVP Here)

Westfield & Nick Jr. Team Up for Play Date Tour (RSVP Here)

Nickelodeon and Westfield have partnered on a Nick Jr. Play Date Tour this fall, inviting kids and families to come and play with their favorite preschool characters at various centers throughout the U.S.! The Nick Jr. Play Date Tour brings hit shows including PAW Patrol, Blaze and the Monster Machines and Shimmer and Shine to life through exciting activities with interactive [...]

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