Category Archives: Community

Come Drum, Then Craft at the Library on Saturday

Two separate events will be held at the Palisades Library on Saturday, June 10, and both promise to enlighten and entertain. The library is located at 861 Alma Real Drive.   DRUMMING: At noon, “Drumming for Your Life” will take … Continue reading

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Pacific Palisades Garden Club to Host Plumeria Speaker

Pacific Palisades Garden Club continues to hold its meetings on Zoom. Scheduled for Monday, June 5 at 7 p.m. is Mike Atkinson, who will speak on “Plumeria 1010: Growing Beautiful Plumerias in Southern California.” To get the Zoom link, email … Continue reading

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Uplifters Centennial in Rustic Canyon Is Exciting and Community Oriented

More than 120 people gathered Tuesday in the beautifully restored Rustic Canyon Recreation Center Library for the unveiling of a time capsule placed in the building’s cornerstone exactly 100 years ago by the Uplifters Club. Local historian and long-time Rustic … Continue reading

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Community Council Does Not Have Standing with City: New Officers Announced

Joe Halper, who served for close to five years on the Board of Commissioners for L.A. Recreation and Parks and for seven years on the West L.A. Planning Commission, dropped a bombshell at the Pacific Palisades Community Council (PPCC) meeting … Continue reading

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Supervisor Lindsey Horvath Opens Link of Bike Trail

L.A. County Supervisor Lindsey Horvath opened the newly constructed .6-mile path of the Marvin Braude Bike Trail to the public on May 24 at a ceremony held by Will Rogers Beach Lifeguard Headquarters. Prior to construction, Palisades residents know that … Continue reading

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Give Yourself a Me–Treat on June 4

It is the end of the school year, which means parties, graduations, planning vacations and camps and STRESS. Alison Burmeister of Balanced Beauty and Kathy Katims of Saved by a Story, are offering a me–treat, as a way to destress, … Continue reading

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Chautauqua Medians Will Be Redone by PRIDE

A resident wrote Circling the News: “Do you know anything about why and by whom the plants in the planting strip on Chautauqua where it meets Sunset were dug up, twice? “The space is now empty except for some weeds.  The … Continue reading

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Palisadian Wally Hasting Recognized with Honor Flight

Wally Hastings, who graduated from West Point, served in Korea and two tours in Vietnam, was recognized for his service to the country through Honor Flight. Honor Flight is a nonprofit, created in 2005 by Jeff Miller and Earl Morse … Continue reading

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Twenty-three Palisades Nonprofits Receive Grants from Woman’s Club

Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club continued its long-standing commitment to philanthropy by awarding grants to 23 nonprofits that are located in Pacific Palisades or serve the community. Over the decades, the club has awarded more than $1 million in grants to … Continue reading

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Visit Fire Station 69 on Saturday: It’s Fire Service Recognition Day

One of the most fun days of the year for Pacific Palisades families will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday, May 13. In Los Angeles, the second Saturday of each May is designated as Fire Service … Continue reading

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