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Enjoy Poker, Music, Food All for Charity

Feeling lucky? Then join John Aaroe Group’s “A Full House of Kings and Queens” charity poker and you might win one of three large payouts for top performers. No one will go home a loser because everyone will enjoy delicious food, open bar, and good tunes from a guest DJ on the patio during the party August 28, from 5:00-10:00 p.m. The event will benefit…

Jobless? Three Ways to Get Hired This September

The Pasadena Public Library La Pintoresca Branch and Women At Work have sponsored three programs this September that will help job seekers find the employment they are looking for. First in line is the Fresh…

Author Marisa Silver Kicks Off 1930s American Dust Bowl Commemoration

Pasadena Public Library will host author Marisa Silver on Thursday, September 4 at Central Library’s Donald R. Wright Auditorium, 285 E. Walnut St. as part of Dust, Drought and Dreams Gone Dry, a month long…

Specialized Workshops for Unemployed Adults, Youth, Veterans at Job Hunters Camp

Whether you are a veteran, an adult who lost his job or a youngster who wants to maximize the use of technology while looking for work–the Job Hunters Boot Camp is right for you. Rep.…

Meet Members of Women’s City Club at Thursday Cocktail Party

Join the Women’s City Club of Pasadena for a night of cocktail and hors d’ oeuvres on Thursday, August 28, 6:00 p.m. The club’s “Thirsty Thursday” events lets the public meet the members of the…

Saturday, August 23

Learn to Create Animal-Related Artworks at Pasadena Library’s Pause for Crafts Activity

Create animal-related artworks during the Pause for Crafts activity at the Pasadena Public Library-Hill Avenue branch on Saturday, August 23, 2:00 p.m. Pasadena-based artist Margot…

Saturday, August 23

Explore “June Wayne: Time, Space and Matter” Exhibition Through Curator-Led Walk-through

Curator Betty Ann Brown will lead a walk-through of the “June Wayne: Time, Space and Matter: Five Installations Exploring Natural Phenomena” exhibition at the Pasadena…

Saturday, August 23

Singer Writes Songs About Songwriting

Grammy-nominated singer John Fullbright will share the songwriting process of typical artists by playing tunes from his latest album “Songs” at Levitt Pavilion on Saturday,…

Sunday, August 24

Norton Simon Highlights Square Collections Including Paul Klee’s

“Two Heads,” 1932, Paul Klee. Photo courtesy of Norton Simon Museum “More Then Just a Square” is the theme of the Stories in the Afternoon…

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Local Chinese-American Group to Celebrate Moon Festival with Lion Dancers, Moon Cakes, Live Snakes

The South Pasadena Chinese-American Club will celebrate the annual Moon Festival with various entertainment and games at the South Pasadena Public Library Park on Saturday, September 13, 12:00-4:00 p.m. The group’s “Year of the Snake” celebration will include live snakes, as well as family-friendly demonstrations, contests and activities. Chinese lion dancers will open the event, followed by a “face-changing” artist. Fluff ice, boba drinks, noodles, egg rolls, sesame balls, and of course moon cakes, will be available. Admission is free of charge. The South Pasadena Chinese-American Club is a non-profit organization that provides services to the local community, schools and…

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