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8th Annual Rubber Ducky Races

8th Annual Rubber Ducky Races
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Hundreds of kids. All with ducks. It’s time for the wackiest and quackiest of races, Kidspace Museum‘s Rubber Ducky Races, running from Saturday, May 28th straight through Memorial Day. To ensure ducky-fairness, all rubber duckies must be purchased from the Busy Bee store within Kidspace. Ducks may be decorated before heading to the starting line at Interpretive […]

Leah Knecht

Leah Knecht

Is it the directness we were attracted to? Yes, that’s part of it. Leah Knecht’s artwork, large and hung on the walls of her bungalow—one Open Studios tour many years ago—lured us to take a closer look, each and every one with an openness and expressiveness we couldn’t resist. Landmarks of our cities such as the Rialto […]

Still Looking for that Steinway, so Come for Dinner!

Still Looking for that Steinway, so Come for Dinner!

The St Luke’s Episcopal Church Choir will present its fourth annual fundraiser to help purchase a Steinway concert grand piano for the sanctuary on Saturday, May 21, at 5 p.m. Dinner will be served in Guild Hall at the church, 122 S. California Avenue at Foothill Boulevard in Monrovia. The show, directed by St. Luke […]

2016 Spring Garden Celebration & Golden Poppy Awards

2016 Spring Garden Celebration & Golden Poppy Awards

Join Altadena Heritage from 3 to 6 p.m. for an afternoon of festive food, luscious libations, mellow music, captivating conviviality… and, of course, AH’s 2016 Golden Poppy Awards, which honor Altadena residents whose water-wise street-oriented gardens enhance our neighborhoods. An added attraction will be docent-led tours of the new Waldorf School campus next door, featuring […]

Mark Steven Greenfield: Open Studios Tour

Mark Steven Greenfield: Open Studios Tour

Artist Mark Steven Greenfield is the next, and 3rd, exhibitor that we are featuring in Hometown Pasadena in anticipation of the next Open Studios Tour, June 4-5. We’re hoping these teases will tempt you to check out OpenStudios.gallery and start mapping out a strategy. From Mark Steven Greenfield… My work concerns itself with the complexities of the African […]

Japanese Gardens of Manzanar: Past, Present & Future

Japanese Gardens of Manzanar: Past, Present & Future

As part of its East Asian Garden Lecture Series, the Huntington presents “Japanese Gardens of Manzanar: Past, Present, and Future.” During World War II, the internment camp at Manzanar in the California desert held more than 10,000 men, women, and children of Japanese ancestry. To ameliorate the harsh conditions, many of those imprisoned there built […]

PCDA Open House, Variety Show & Russian Nights

PCDA Open House, Variety Show & Russian Nights

Play room, a gym, kitchens, music, and a play yard. Professional Child Development Associates invites families, friends, professionals, and the public at large to its open house on May 24. PCDA is committed to improving the lives of children and young adults with autism and other developmental challenges. Its programs include music, a creative arts […]

Celebrando Raíces, Celebrating Roots

Celebrando Raíces, Celebrating Roots

The Altadena Library has been celebrating Latino culture and the arts for over a year. On May 14, come to the grand finale with “Celebrando Raíces, Celebrating Roots.” Thirty artists and craftspeople are participating in a craft fair, activist and writer (and Hometown Pasadena contributor) Vibiana Aparicio-Chamberlin will tell stories, José-Luis Orozco and members of […]

Chorale Bel Canto: A Mystical Journey

Chorale Bel Canto: A Mystical Journey

The Chorale Bel Canto, a group we have enjoyed tremendously, present its season finale with “A Mystical Journey” on May 14. Anthony Moreno, baritone, sings with the chorus and orchestra “Five Mystical Songs,” music by Ralph Vaughan Williams and poetry by George Herbert. Also on the program is Mozart’s Requiem, the traditional version as completed […]

Preservation Walking Tour of San Gabriel

Preservation Walking Tour of San Gabriel

From a hammered copper baptismal font from 1771 to tapestries presented by the King of Spain, the walking tour of San Gabriel on May 14 has innumerable tidbits of information and historical treasures to reveal. In honor of national Preservation Month, The City of San Gabriel and the San Gabriel Historical Association join Pasadena Heritage to host this […]

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