LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

13Hey, thank you Culver City Sister City Committee! They’ve extended the deadline to reserve tickets for their “Oktoberfest” next Sunday eve October 4, so that it’s still possible to sign up and not be charged extra – until this coming Wednesday, September 30! The price will remain the same until then, $65.00 per person, but don’t delay: the price goes to $70.00 as of October 1! The Culver Hotel will be the site of the fun, food, and festivities from 3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. For reservations email [email protected].
We visited the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Frank Gehry exhibit last weekend, and it’s mind-boggling! The scope and design of the structures he’s put together over the years is amazing, and of course we couldn’t wait to get to the last huge room at the Resnick Pavilion, the one which houses his current projects. What were we looking for? The Jazz Bakery, with its curlicues and zig-zag features, that will actually seat 250 in the round at its concerts, plus more in its two-story space next to the Kirk Douglas Theatre. We took a few pictures and will see if we’re able to include them here!
Time Flies Department: How can it be possible that the great little French restaurant “Meet in Paris” is celebrating its 6th anniversary in October? Owners Sebastien and Cecile Cornic are throwing an anniversary party on Thursday, October 15 with special menu items just for the occasion plus there’ll be live jazz from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. with “Sylvia & the Rhythm Boys.” For reservations call (310) 815-8222. Meet is located at 9727 Culver Blvd.
Since this Wednesday is the fifth Wednesday of the month, the Culver City Rotary Club will have an evening meeting at Truxton’s in Westchester. A percentage of the meals purchased will go to their joint project with Latinos Unidos, “Fill the Bag, Feel the Joy.” The Latinos Unidos are building a team to walk, run or donate to the Homeboy Industries 5K on October 24. Spouses and guests are invited to the dinner meeting, and learn more about the project from Homeboy guest speakers.
The Culver-Palms Family YMCA invites older adults to “Be Active and Stay Healthy,” with lots of programs to choose from. Besides exercise classes for active adults, there’s Pilates, Water Fitness, Parkinson’s Dance, MS Yoga, Restorative Meditation Yoga, Aqua Zumba, Hatha Yoga, and the Fitness Center, complete with treadmills, workout machines and free weights. There are also lunch outings, book discussions, field trips, movie discussions, and more. Visit the Y at 4500 Sepulveda Blvd. for a tour, or call Jerry Morrow, Active Adults, at (310) 754-4980.
The City of Culver City offers a variety of after-school programs to fit your family’s needs, including those appropriate for serving elementary school students and middle school students. Program features for elementary kids include homework assistance, computer access, healthy daily snacks, crafts, games and sports, and special events. Programs are held at Farragut, El Marino, Linwood Howe and El Rincon schools. Middle school students offer an exclusive study hall in the Middle School library from 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., school textbooks for all classes and all subjects, homework assistance, computer access, healthy daily snacks, crafts, games and sports and special events. To find out more and/or register your child, visit the Recreation Registration office in the rear of the Veterans Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Avenue. To find out more, call (310) 253-6650.
Grace Lutheran Church is calling all women! “Flip-Flops, Faith and Friends” is the Fall Retreat for women of the synod, coming up this weekend October 2-4 at The Oaks Camp at Lake Hughes. This is billed as a great time to get away for a break and spiritual renewal. The Bible study leader – Pastor Peg Schultz-Akerson, and Chaplain, Pastor Ellen Jennrich. They’ll be having discussions, worship, beading and crafts, outdoor fun, quietude, snacks and more. Call the church at (310) 559-1027 to see if there still might be an opening.
Birthday wishes go out this week to Elaine Hente, Agnes McClaine, Marina Tidwell, Eric Seeberger, and Carole Sumler . If you’d like your (or a friend or neighbor’s) birthday mentioned here, send the information to [email protected] and we’ll be glad to include it!

www.culvercitysymphony.org

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*