If a resident belongs to any organization in Pacific Palisades, then put on your “dancing shoes” and come to Simon Meadow for Pacific Palisades Community Council’s 50th Anniversary Jubilee on Saturday, September 30. The free event will be held from noon to 4 p.m. There will be music, food, specialty coffee and desserts.
The event kicks off at 12:30 with Councilmember Traci Park making a special presentation to the Council. Resident Sam Lagana will serve as the emcee for this community-wide event. There will be 25 different local organizations from Palisades Pride to the Pacific Palisades Library Association to AYSO that have booths and information available to all attendees.
After 3 p.m. Senator Ben Allen and Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin will also make presentations.
The Community Council is celebrating not only its Golden Anniversary, but other town organizations’ milestones, too. Also celebrating are Rustic Canyon/The Uplifters (100 years); The Palisadian-Post (95 years); Palisades Garden Club (79 years); Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association and Palisades 4th of July Parade (75 years); Pacific Palisades Baseball Association (71 years); Pacific Palisades Residents Association (62 years); Theatre Palisades (60 years); Temescal Canyon Association (51 years); Historical Society and the Village Green join the PPCC in celebrating 50 years.
Pacific Palisades Community Council President Maryam Zar invites members of the town to come down and celebrate with the organizations that make up the tapestry of the town.