Remember the fun we had last year? Well it's time to do it again. The Juneteenth Heritage Festival rolls into Leimert Park June 16 & 17, 10am to 6pm each day. Our theme this year, "Faith, Family and the Future." Lots of fun for the whole family. Admission is FREE - Come on out and Celebrate Freedom. We are pleased to announce that BALA will collaborate with Manchester Community Technologies (MCT), the Production House, and Arts & Culture Entertainment (ACE), to launch the Leimert…See More
This is a FREE interactive and informational workshop addressing the issues of wellness and nutrition most prevalent within our communities.Come to learn about fighting childhood obesity, heart disease & diabetes!Free activities include:• Zumba and Yoga lessons!• Cooking demonstrations on how to make traditional dishes healthier!• Classes on the the health benefits of community gardens!There will even be a special presentation by Dorsey High School’s Dorsey Donna Dancers!See More
The Urban Invitational is back for the 2011 season, and for the first time, three Historically Black Colleges and Universities will be showcased.In its fourth year, the Invitational -- set up by Major League Baseball's first Urban Youth Academy, in Compton, Calif. -- will run from Feb. 25-27, with HBCUs Southern University (in Louisiana) and Bethune-Cookman (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) returning, and Grambling State University (Louisiana) joining the fold. Also playing in the collegiate round-robin…See More
It's good to hear from you. Have you contacted Kai and Eric on Facebook? I know they'd love to hear from you. I can't belive that you have a son in high school. You've got to get him connected with the rest of the…"
It was good to come into my classroom and have coffee and compliments. I really do enjoy the work that I do at the school. As a matter of fact, I would love for you to attend a workshop this Wednesday, the 27th on Breast Cancer. It…"
It's good to hear from you. Have you contacted Kai and Eric on Facebook? I know they'd love to hear from you. I can't belive that you have a son in high school. You've got to get him connected with the rest of the family. They may need one another one day.
Today from noon to 5 p.m. - free burritos and a preview of a community amenity that's on the way! Have you heard the good news about the Hoover Union gateway triangle place park (the name has yet to be decided) that is being rethought, remodeled, reimagined and refunded?
Come by today and…
""Sherri Franklin, founder of the Urban Design Center, has spent a quarter-century devoted to the development of affordable housing, community facility, recreational, open-space, infrastructure, economic-development, and social-enterprise…"
Storytime is a special time to make new friends and share stories, songs, play and more. This program is for children 0-5 years of age. Babies, toddlers and preschoolers are all welconme. No registration is required. Spring session will begin Wednesday, April 22 and end on June 10, 2015. Summer session will then begin on June 24, following a one week hiatus.
Space for stortyimes generously donated by the City of Culver City's Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department…
"Friends of Jazz
The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music presents Brownie Speaks A Screening of the Clifford Brown Documentary Featuring a Q&A with filmmaker Don Glanden Wednesday, April 15…"
The big winner of the first Eat, Shop, Play Crenshaw was Erin Kuechenmeister (center), left JC Lacey Metro Business Liaison and rigth Shoneji Robison owner of Southern Girl Desserts. Photo Metro.The winners of the first quarterly drawing of the year for the Eat, Shop, Play Crenshaw campaign were announced today. Prizes…See More
Come see these amazing youngsters perform at Newman Recital Hall!
Performers will include elementary jazz choirs from 32nd Street and Science Center Schools, jazz band and pop combo from Foshay Learning Center, the Los Angeles Youth Jazz Ensemble and a performance by USC Thornton mentors.
Dinner will be served at 6pm and the concert is at 7pm.
World Mural Renovation April 16 - 20th! Earth Day Week is the PERFECT time to get out in the fresh air and give our mural a fresh face!Sign up for multiple days if painting is your gig and you want to really get your brushes funky.(All brushes and paints supplied!) We will have snacks & drinks for all of our volunteers.
"Sat Apr 18th - Chuck Johnson Quartet
Trinity Lutheran Church of Hawthorne
6:00 pm, Donation
Chuck "Bari" Johnson-saxophones
4783 W. 130th Street, Hawthorne, CA 90250
The 6th ANNUAL WALK FOR LIFE & COMMUNITY FESTIVAL is hosted by P.C.I. People for Community Improvement. The Walk will also feature a Health Fair and Entertainment. This year's theme is: PROSPERING THE COMMMUNITY THROUGH UNITY. We prosper the community through highlighting Community Resources that assist in building wealth and incorporate the goals of First Lady …See More
The California African American Museum (CAAM), in collaboration with The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center invites you to a very special evening panel discussion anchored by the topic "Finding Beauty Through The Struggle," which explores how the inherent and resilient strength of the human spirit can give rise to creativity. The panel will feature playwright, actor, and professor Anna Deavere Smith who can be seen in the upcoming Broad Stage…See More