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Survival—Animal Style

Survival—Animal Style

How do you reduce stress when you’re in the middle of the jungle, only twenty inches long from head to foot, and birds of prey have got their beady eyes prowling for ya? Well, the tufted capuchin, a New World primate from South America, rubs urine on its hands and feet (oh, yeah, and it’s [...]

Ring in the Holidays with the Montrose Christmas Parade

Ring in the Holidays with the Montrose Christmas Parade

Make plans now for one of our area’s most charming events – the Montrose Christmas Parade, this Saturday night, December 3. For 35 years folks have marched down Honolulu Avenue in Montrose – it’s a family-focused parade, with more than 150 community service and youth groups, drill teams and bands from the surrounding cities participating. [...]

Singing Their Way to Broadway

Singing Their Way to Broadway

How good is it to be a teenager? Really, really good if you are one of the ten students chosen to perform a musical theatre number for Tony Award-winning composer-lyricist Jason Robert Brown. On Saturday, November 26th at the Pasadena Playhouse, these kids will perform and be critiqued by Brown. One of the students chosen, [...]

This Saturday: Elves’ Faire at Waldorf School

This Saturday: Elves’ Faire at Waldorf School

If you think you’d like the Renaissance Faire a whole lot more without the drunk Robin Hoods and uninhibited wenches flaunting scary corseted cleavage, gather up the kids and head to the 26th annual Elves’ Faire, a wonderfully sweet community festival that Pasadena Waldorf School has been putting on for 26 years. The school’s already [...]

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

When young children feel overwhelmed, especially in social situations, they often don’t know how to recognize, understand and control their emotional responses. Behavioral difficulties can escalate quickly. Emily Mencken, executive director of Cottage Co-op Nursery School, says, “We view these conflicts as tremendous learning opportunities that encourage children to develop the building blocks that truly [...]

Marla Frazee’s Star Shines at Vroman’s

Marla Frazee’s Star Shines at Vroman’s

Illustrator and two-time Caldecott Honor winner Marla Frazee will be presenting and signing her newest book, Stars, this Friday at Vroman’s. Authored by Mary Lyn Ray, Stars is a “tender, evocative and profound” exploration of the stars beyond our reach, as well as those “stars” closer to home. A cast of junior philosophers ponder the stars as elements, [...]

Water Polo Girls Going National

Water Polo Girls Going National

Crossing state lines—a 1st. Headed for Nationals—a 1st. Let’s go play some polo, girls. Water polo, that is. For the very first time the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center’s 8th Grade & Under Girls Water Polo Team has qualified for this year’s National Championships and will compete in the 2011 USA Water Polo Turbo Championship Cup. They will compete [...]

Tricks & Treats…and Monsters, Inc.

Tricks & Treats…and Monsters, Inc.

Where else to flaunt your costume than in downtown Pasadena! One Colorado restaurants and shops will be handing out sweet treats to all the costumed little ones this Halloween. Parents should remember to dress up, because free digital family photos will be taken and given (the adults’ treat). When the sun sets and the night [...]

Is It the Great Pumpkin? Yes! It’s Kidspace Fest

Is It the Great Pumpkin? Yes! It’s Kidspace Fest

It’s that time of year again, Charlie Brown. It’s the 17th annual Kidspace Pumpkin Festival, a two-day extravaganza with free performances and child-compelling activities available for a modestly priced ticket: a petting zoo, pony rides, bounce houses, handmade crafts, and face painting. Then your munchkins can choose their favorite item from the pumpkin patch and [...]

Another Fall Fest of Fun

Another Fall Fest of Fun

Tis the season! Saturday, October 22nd, is St. Philip’s turn for family fun. Games, rides, a variety show and The Smokin’ Cobras are an easy draw as you enjoy these weeks of Fall. Delectable eats come from cultures all over the world, including good ol’ American and BBQ, Italian, Mediterranean, Mexican and homemade sweet treats. [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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