Fiesta Days, in its 45th year, will be showcasing the community pride of La Cañada Flintridge residents as they turn out every year for a busy weekend of events and observances. Every year, three and four generations of families show up to support and show respect for the community they love.
Like past years, the La Cañada Flintridge Outlook will publish a themed issue to kick off the celebration. Coverage will include details on the many events planned and a look back at the history that made Fiesta Days what it is today.
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Pub date: May 24, 2018
Deadline: May 16, 2018
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The ArtCenter College of Design Board of Trustees has announced the renewal of President/
CEO Lorne Buchman’s contract through 2023, in part due to his work at leading a $100 million campaign for the college.
Board Chairman Robert Davidson Jr. praised Buchman as a visionary leader integral to gaining consensus and bringing ArtCenter’s capital campaign goal closer to a reality among his many achievements at the college since his last five-year contract renewal in 2013. Continue reading “ArtCenter Renews CEO Contract, Nearing Capital Campaign Goal”
A volunteer board of civic leaders guides and governs the Pasadena City College Foundation as it pursues its mission to make higher education accessible to all. The board of directors welcomed four new members this fall, a time of high ambition for the foundation as it launches its first-ever major gifts campaign. During their three-year terms, the new board members will help marshal support for the Impact Campaign, which aims to raise $10-$12 million to secure the future of PCC and the surrounding region.
Joining the board: Continue reading “Pasadena City College Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members”
William Thomson Jr., a distinguished intellectual property litigation attorney with the firm Brooks Kushman P.C. and a former mayor of Pasadena, has been elected president of the Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Museum of History for 2018-19.
A staunch advocate of the museum, Thomson is dedicated to promoting it throughout Pasadena and the Los Angeles area. “Our museum offers a wide range of engaging programs and educational opportunities for people of all ages and interests. It is a well-kept secret, and we will work hard to overcome this and make sure that our mission and resources are recognized throughout Southern California and beyond.” Continue reading “Thomson Elected Board President at Pasadena Museum of History”
Pasadena Art Alliance’s biennial art auction fundraiser will be held this Saturday, May 5, at Vibiana (214 Main St., Los Angeles). All money raised by the art auction goes directly toward the PAA Grants Program and Impact Award, which funds projects for the arts and art education. Continue reading “Pasadena Art Alliance Auction is Saturday”
Kidspace Free Family Night through May, will feature art programming specially designed by teaching students from Cal State L.A. Folk/Country artists, the Earthworm Ensemble, will perform at 6 p.m. Admission to Kidspace is free only during these hours. Continue reading “Kidspace Holds May Events”
Assistance League of Pasadena is extending its partnership with the Pasadena Unified School District, launching Operation School Bell: School Supplies for Success Program. After meeting with middle school representatives, it became clear that there is great need to provide school supplies to financially underserved students during the second semester. Continue reading “Assistance League of Pasadena Delivers School Supplies”