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Summer Reading Program at Altadena Library for the Whole Family

Read–For the Win this summer with the Altadena Library starting June 14 and continuing for the next six weeks. The library will host a range of interesting free activities for Children, Teens, and Adults that encourage and support a love of reading. Participants also can win prizes for reaching their reading goals. “We’ve a wonderful program planned for you – join us to discover all…

Neighborhood Community Service Day Helps Seniors with Home Repairs

The Pasadena Friendship Community Development Corporation (PFCDC) sponsored its Neighborhood Community Service Day (CSD), Saturday, May 21, 2016. The PFCDC is a Pasadena based public benefit nonprofit corporation whose mission is to provide affordable housing…

Tournament of Roses Foundation Announces 2016 Grant Recipients

The Tournament of Roses Foundation is pleased to announce the 2016 grant awards totaling $200,000 presented to 42 civic, educational and cultural organizations in the San Gabriel Valley. Six of the 42 organizations funded are first-time…

Assemblymember Chris Holden Honors Robin’s Woodfire BBQ as “Small Business of the Year”

Assembly Member Chris Holden (r) with Robin Salzer (l) In a ceremony in Sacramento, Assemblymember Chris Holden honored Pasadena resident Robin Salzer, owner of Robin’s Woodfire BBQ in Pasadena since 1982, as the “Small Business…

Tournament of Roses Foundation Elects New Board Members

The Tournament of Roses Foundation elected Philip V. Orozco and Amy Wainscott to the Foundation Board. These new members replace outgoing board members Laura V. Farber and Karen Palmersheim who provided a combined five years of…

Saturday, May 28

Activities for All to Enjoy at the 2016 Mount Wilson Trail Race

Don’t miss out on the excitement of the 2016 Mount Wilson Trail Race (MWTR)! The sold-out race will take off in downtown Sierra Madre on…

Sunday, May 29

Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation to Host Annual Summer Whites Picnic and Ukulele Rendezvous

The Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation will host its annual Summer Whites Picnic and Ukulele Rendezvous as part of the Fiesta Days Weekend at the Lanterman…

Monday, May 30

Kidspace Children’s Museum to Hold 8th Annual Rubber Ducky Races on Memorial Day Weekend

Join Kidspace for the wackiest and quackiest event of the year for the 8th Annual Rubber Ducky Races! Decorate and race your own rubber duck…

Wednesday, June 01

Newcomers and Friends of San Gabriel Valley Invites Local Residents to June Event

Arcadia and Pasadena, California – Are you interested in meeting new people, making new friends, exploring well-known landmarks, and enjoying new activities? Newcomers and Friends…

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College Access Plan Students Receive $191,000 from the Masons of California and the All Ways Up Foundation

College Access Plan (CAP), a Pasadena nonprofit that provides free programs in college preparedness and success, has had the honor of supporting thousands of students who attend Pasadena’s public schools as they reach for their college dreams since 2006. This year, CAP partnered with the All Ways Up Foundation and the California Masonic Foundation, whereby selected twelfth graders were invited to apply to scholarships provided by these organizations if they met the desired requirements. CAP is pleased to announce that 23 PUSD students representing all six district high schools will receive scholarships from these two organizations. These selected twelfth graders…

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