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Karate Students Celebrate Graduation and Promotion

Karate Students Celebrate Graduation and Promotion

Culver City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department’s Shotokan Karate-Do class celebrated the graduation of class member Weihang Zhao from UCLA following the 2nd Quarter 2012 rank examinations on June 26th. Weihang began her martial arts training in the Culver City PRCS recreation class in 2003. She will spend her summer vacation in China, returning in the fall to attend Law [...]

Local Artist to Benefit Youth Health Center

Local Artist to Benefit Youth Health Center

The Friends of the Culver City Youth Health Center is pleased to host an exhibit and sale of the work of Culver City resident, artist and author Francia Turner Fate. The event will be on Sunday, July 8th from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at 5502 Sawtelle Blvd. Francia will donate 25% of sales to the Friends group to help support the services provided by the Health Center. For the past ten years Francia has [...]

STAR Education to Grow Community Garden

STAR Education to Grow Community Garden

STAR Education, through its SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture Gardening Education) Project, is spearheading a campaign to develop a new community learning garden in Culver City to serve the population here and on the Westside of Los Angeles. STAR’s goal with the SAGE Project is to create an innovative new experiential learning garden that will meld the gardening spirit and goals of the Westside [...]

AVPA Theater to Get New Director – Jill Novick

AVPA Theater to Get New Director – Jill Novick

After teaching Drama and English during her first year at Culver City High School, Jill Novick has accepted the position of Creative Director of Theatre for AVPA for the 2012-13 school year. Current Creative Director Justin Lujan will be stepping down from the position, but will still be involved in teaching and directing with AVPA Theatre during the next year. An Introduction of Jill [...]

Just a Thought – Confessions of a P.E.M.P. (Proud El Marino Parent)

Just a Thought – Confessions of a P.E.M.P. (Proud El Marino Parent)

I am a P.E.M.P. It's true. I have spent the greater part of the last decade being a Proud El Marino Parent. It has been one of the most interesting, challenging and exhausting experiences of my life, and I'm done.  The time has come to explore other options. One of the most important things I teach my children is that's it's ok to change your mind. Whatever you commit to, you should commit [...]

Time to Cheer? Registration for JR Centaurs on June 23

Time to Cheer? Registration for JR Centaurs on June 23

When is the best time to teach your kids about teamwork? Maybe it's now - The Culver City JR Centaurs Football and Cheer is dedicated to bring organized football and cheer to the children of Culver City ages 5 to 14 (grades K-8). Striving to instill a sense of accomplishment in every girl and boy who participates in the program is just part of the fun. Children are taught what being a member [...]

Save the Date(s) – Boulevard Summer Music Festival is Booked

Save the Date(s) – Boulevard Summer Music Festival is Booked

Four free concerts under the stars in the intimate courtyard of Culver City City Hall. The 2012 summer series, produced by Gary Mandell of Culver City’s Boulevard Music, offers something for everyone including world, rockabilly, jazz, Motown, country, and more. WHEN: July 12 – August 2, Thursdays @ 7 pm (City Hall Courtyard opens @ 4:30 pm) Thursday, July 12 @ 7 pm: Eclectic mix of [...]

Schools Focus on Anti-Bullying After Gun Incident

Schools Focus on Anti-Bullying After Gun Incident

On Monday, a Culver City Middle School student brought an unloaded handgun to school to show off and intimidate his fellow students. Though no one was hurt, and Culver City police and District personnel cooperated to arrest the student, the episode underscores the importance of the District's on-going anti-bullying efforts. "Having a gun on campus is a very serious matter that we will not [...]

There’s Still Time! Summer Camps in Culver City – Juanita Devis

There’s Still Time! Summer Camps in Culver City – Juanita Devis

Summer vacation it's just around the corner and you haven't had the chance to enroll your kid in camp. Don't despair - Culver City has all sorts of different types of camps available, filled with fun activities. You can choose from fencing, cooking, playing sports or even preparing for next school year. We have listed the camps in Culver City that still have available spots. But get busy ! [...]

Mayme A. Clayton to Celebrate Juneteenth with “Amistad”

Mayme A. Clayton to Celebrate Juneteenth with “Amistad”

Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. In remembrance of this historical date, the MCLM is proud to present the 1997 film, Amistad. Amistad is based on the true story of a group of imprisoned West Africans who successfully took control of their slave ship. They continued to sail, hoping to find help when they reached land, but instead [...]

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