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  • To commemorate Black History Month, join us for a screening of the PBS documentary February One, the story of the Greensboro Four. 
  • February One tells the inspiring story surrounding the 1960 Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins that revitalized the Civil Rights Movement and set an example of student militancy for the coming decade.
  • Open to adults and teens ages 13 and up.   
  • 2017 year of the rooster graphic Celebrate the Lunar New Year with us! Enjoy delightful performances of Chinese dances and folksongs. We will have a lively Kung Fu presentation as well as a calligraphy demonstration. There will also be food, giveaways, and even an art activity that you can take home!  All ages are welcome.
  • Presented by The San Gabriel United Chinese Association and The Friends of the San Gabriel Library 
  • *Parents: Please be aware that food will be served at this program. A list of ingredients will be available.
  • Chazz Ross offers a fun African Drum circle experience featuring the djembe drum. Audience members will have the opportunity to play djembe drums as part of a drum circle that Chazz will lead.
  • No experience necessary!
  • Suggested for ages 5 and up.
  • Contact: Barbara Nightingale
  • Musicians Taro Wayama and David Lee Ruest in concert performing tango, Spanish folk songs, and more.
  • Sponsored by the Friends of the Topanga Library.
  • Children ages 0-18 years old will get a brand new book to keep when they checkout any item on a Friday using their own County of Los Angeles Public Library card. 
  • *While supplies last
  • For additional information email:   
  • *Rain or Shine
  • A two day celebration of poppies bursting into bloom filling the Antelope hillsides with a sea of orange. For two days we will have music, art, food and a whole lot of fun celebrating the California state flower blooming throughout the Antelope Valley! 
  • Tickets: Tickets are available onsite during the event, and may be purchased with cash only. Two ATMs are available near the entrance/exit and two more near the playground and Festival food court.

Adults (13-61): $10.00

Children (6-12): $5.00

Children (5 & under): FREE

Seniors (62+): $5.00

Active/Retired Military (with current ID): $5.00

  • *Wheelchairs: Available at no charge, courtesy of High Desert Medical Group, located at their tent on main entrance row.
  • Parking: Free Parking is available in the dirt lot across the street from Sgt. Steve Owen Memorial Park. Trams circulate between the entrance/exit and the parking lots. Preferred Parking is available in the AVTA Park & Ride lot for $5.00. Free Handicap Parking is available at the Stanley Kleiner parking lot.
  • Please bring your own basket to gather eggs. Adults will not be allowed on the fields except with age infant to 5 yrs. 
  • A variety of children’s entertainment will be on hand to provide amusement between hunts. 
  • Photo Opportunity: For $5 pictures can be taken with the Bunny visiting that day! 
  • * Hunt times for each group are sharp!
  • *In the event of unpleasant weather conditions the Egg Hunt will be held in the Stanley Kleiner Activity Center at the front of the park.
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    9:30amInfant - 1 year # 1
    9:50am2 years# 2 
    10:10am3 years# 3
    10:30am4-5 years# 4
    10:50am6 years# 1
    11:10am7 years# 2
    11:30am8 and 9 years# 1

Social club for ages 55 and up. Have fun, mingle, and play Bingo!

Thursday September 15th, 2016 | 9:00am-11:00am

Bell Community Center

6250 Pine Ave


Each class (parents and siblings welcome) includes:

-Nutrition education

-Fun & healthy food demonstration

-Snacks for participants

-Tips for emotional health

Class (parents and siblings welcome) includes:

-Fun exercise demonstrations

-Exercise ideas for at home

-Nutrition tips and advice