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The Power of Nature on Display

The Power of Nature on Display

My mom and I took a trip the other day on the trail that winds up the northern part of the Arroyo Seco behind JPL, where we saw considerable damage from this winter’s heavy rains and flooding.  Though the trailhead is posted as closed due to the Station Fire destruction of summer 2009, you can [...]

Help Restore Angeles National Forest

Help Restore Angeles National Forest

This spring is your chance to get involved in the very worthy task of re-planting the parts of the Angeles National Forest that were badly burned by the Station Fire of 2009. Environmental nonprofit TreePeople, which works to both increase the number of trees throughout the Los Angeles urban area and to restore forest areas [...]

Eclipse String Quartet Performace at the Armory

Eclipse String Quartet Performace at the Armory

Eclipse String Quartet, a group of women celebrated for their new music performance, will be giving a concert of various works at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena on January 25th.  The evening will include works by composers Meredith Monk, John Cage, Lois Vierk and Emmy winner, Stephen Cohn.  The quartet by Cohn, [...]

Where Are We Going?

Where Are We Going?

Next time you’re in traffic on the 210, wondering how bad it will be in the next 10 years, consider attending the upcoming Pasadena-based panel discussions about transportation issues.  On January 22, anyone interested in gaining first-hand information on the often-controversial plans for transportation improvement in the San Gabriel Valley is invited to attend a [...]

Beakman on the Brain at Caltech

Beakman on the Brain at Caltech

The kid’s science show Beakman’s World will be coming to Caltech on January 28th for a live performance on the wonders of the brain. The Emmy-award-winning program, starring Paul Zaloom, originally aired from from 1992 to 1997 and introduced viewers to a variety of scientific topics in a humorous, interactive way. This particular show will [...]

Hone Your Rose-Care Skills

Hone Your Rose-Care Skills

In a town where roses consistently occupy a place as the most popular flower, home gardeners may be surprised to find that the upkeep of these beauties is more difficult than might be expected.  What better place to learn to make your rose garden as thriving and beautiful as it should be in the Rose [...]

MOMS Club Hosts Preschool Fair

MOMS Club Hosts Preschool Fair

Preschools are plentiful in the San Gabriel Valley, so plentiful that the quest to find the right fit for your family can quickly get overwhelming. To help the search, two chapters of the Pasadena MOMS Club are presenting a preschool fair on Saturday to host representatives from more than 40 nursery schools in the area. [...]

Breakfast of Champions: Clocker’s Corner

Breakfast of Champions: Clocker’s Corner

If you’re looking for something new to do with your family that doesn’t break the bank and also gives you the exciting inkling that you are mingling backstage somewhere special, behind the action, maybe even where you aren’t entirely allowed, then breakfast at Clocker’s Corner at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, is worth checking out [...]

Be Part of the Parade: Decorate a Float

Be Part of the Parade: Decorate a Float

The La Canada Flintridge Tournament of Roses float wants your help! If you are looking for a way to get involved in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade in a hands-on way, you can sign up for a shift to help decorate and put the finishing touches on the La Canada float. Decorating is open to [...]

Gooden Open House Saturday, January 11

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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