A photography gallery exhibit created by pediatric cancer patients, called the Pablove Shutterbugs Gallery event, will be held on Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Flintridge Prep Miller Theater. Photographs by pediatric cancer patients will be available for sale, with proceeds directly benefiting childhood cancer research.
The event is to raise awareness on how creativity can affect the way one may deal or cope with a difficult life-changing event. The founders and staff of Pablove Foundation (pablove.org), young photographers, and other members of the pediatric oncology community will be present for an evening of art and conversation.
This event is open to the public and guests of all ages are encouraged to attend.
The exhibit is free of charge, although donations to the Pablove Foundation to help fight childhood cancer with love are greatly appreciated. It is hoped that the photographs taken by the young artists also will be purchased. The event is organized by Flintridge Prep student Sareen Armenian as part of a Flintridge Prep Community Impact Project.
The Flintridge Prep Miller Theater is located at 4543 Crown Ave. in La Cañada Flintridge.
The Crescenta Valley Sierra Club Group program will feature nature photographer/writer Bonnie Lavine at the La Crescenta Library, 2809 Foothill Blvd., on Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
Lavine will share her experience documenting the beauty of the public lands in America, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Nepal. She will discuss a project that started as a traveling exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service and expanded into a program for educating the next generation of environmental defenders.
This is a free event and everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call Sierra Club chair Wayne Fisher at (818) 353-4181.
The USC Verdugo Hills Hospital Women’s Council will host a “Drag Queen Bingo” fundraiser on Friday evening, Feb. 2, at the La Cañada Thursday Club. The event, which will raise funds to benefit the new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at USC-VHH, runs from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Admission is $50 per person, which includes 10 rounds of bingo, heavy hors d’oeuvers and two drink tickets. Participants will be able to win $100 gift cards during each round.
There will be a silent auction for the shoppers and photo booth for dressing in style. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
For more information, contact Barbara.Jordan@vhh.usc.edu to RSVP.
Adam Carmeli, 29, of San Diego, died as a result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident on Saturday, Dec. 30. He was born in October of 1988 in Santa Monica, the son of Cynthia Gates and Israel Carmeli. He attended the La Cañada Flintridge schools and upon graduation, he went to the Marshall School of Business at USC in Los Angeles, and graduated in 2011. During his tenure at USC, he spent a semester abroad at Erasmus University in Rotterdam. Adam has been employed by Expeditors International for the past six years, most recently as Air Export Manager in the San Diego office. Continue reading “Obituary: Adam Carmeli”
Bryan Louis Herrmann, 82, longtime resident of La Cañada Flintridge, passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family at dawn on New Year’s Eve.
Born Dec. 19, 1935, in Los Angeles to Carl and Henrietta Herrmann, he was a true and proud example of a wonderful Southern California life. He made many friendships over the years, attending schools in Glendale, Notre Dame and graduating from Hoover High School, where he loved playing football. There, he would also meet Carol Hutt, who would become his future wife and to whom he would be married for almost 60 years. Continue reading “Obituary: Bryan Louis Herrmann”
The Pasadena Symphony and principal guest conductor Nicholas McGegan presents “Baroque Around the World,” on Saturday, Jan. 20, at Ambassador Auditorium.
Highly regarded as “one of the finest baroque conductors of his generation” (London Independent), the two-time Grammy nominee will jump-start the new year with his performance. Continue reading “Symphony to Play Global Baroque”
La Cañada Presbyterian Church has announced a new, six-week grief support group to begin on Sunday, Jan. 14 at 4 p.m. in the church library.
Parish associate Peter Hintzoglou, who facilitates the seminar three times a year, has worked with hospice for a number of years. He writes: “Grief is not a weakness. Grief is a normal part of the human experience. There is no timing that one can set when grief will be over. Often, we don’t get over it, we learn to manage it.”
During the seminar, the class will look to such experiences as coping with loneliness, depression, anger and other subjects related to the journey of grief.
All are welcome. There is no fee for the sessions. For more information, call (626) 790-6708. LCPC is located at 626 Foothill Blvd.
La Cañada Flintridge residents Sandy Slater and Wells Fargo Private Bank Regional Managing Director Kay Wolking are joined by Sally and Steve Mann as they enjoy the 129th annual Rose Parade at the bank’s annual viewing party. The prime location overlooks Colorado Boulevard from Wells Fargo Private Bank’s third-floor offices and terrace.
USC-Verdugo Hills Hospital welcomed Baby Amador as its first arrival in 2018.
The boy was born at 7:34 p.m. on Jan. 1 to Heidi and Oscar Amador, joining stepsister Addison. The baby boy weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces.
That’s not just a hashtag … it’s Chevy Chase Country Club’s game plan — to maintain a fun atmosphere in a beautifully remodeled Clubhouse. The club provides both golf and social membership options, but its restaurant, bar and lounge are open to the public.
The Club is owned and operated by three friends who put their hearts and talents together to revive the 90-year-old club. On Nov. 18, the three sat down with Ron Nedd of the East Glendale Advice Givers, for an exclusive interview.
This 43-minute intimate conversation, gives a detailed look into their lives, the process they withstood to make it happen, and their vision for an all-inclusive community gathering place. Listen at bit.ly/ChevyChaseCountryClub.