Thursday Jul 27 @ 8:00 AM
Help Us Seal the L.A. Metro Electric Bus Deal!
Food & Water Watch - California – Congress and trump aren't addressing climate change, but YOU can! JOIN the L.A. County Electric Bus Coalition Thursday, July 27th, and help us seal the L.A. Metro 100% Zero Emissions Electric Bus deal. L.A. Metro has long been a leader in moving to cleaner fuels for its bus fleet. NOW it’s time to make the next move. Let's retire our dirty, natural gas-fueled buses and transition to new all-electric powered ones. Electric buses will help improve our air quality, create good local jobs and careers, enhance social equity, dramatically improve the rider experience, and enhance L.A.'s climate leadership. These are exciting times for clean transport advocates in Los Angeles. Just last month, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti wrote a letter to Metro CEO Philip A. Washington in support of transitioning L.A. Metro to 100% Zero-emissions electric buses by 2030 (http://tinyurl.com/ybahoec7). More recently, the Metro staff put together a plan to make this tranistion happen. Now it’s time for the Board to make this an official policy. Here's Where YOU Come In On Thursday, July 27th, we'll be out in full force for the next Metro Board Meeting. We'll be holding a rally outside before the board meeting starts, and, with YOUR help, we'll be packing the Metro Board Room full with people who want Electric buses afterwards. Every seat we fill brings us closer to transitioning Metro's fleet of buses off of dirty natural gas and onto 100% zero emissions electric buses. Will you join us Thursday, July 27th, and help send us send a message to the Metro Board it's time to seal the deal and commit to 100% zero emission electric buses TODAY? Here's the plan: WHO: YOU, the L.A. Country Electric Bus Coalition, clean transport advocates, electric vehicle fans, etc. WHEN: Thursday, July 27th WHERE: The Metro Building, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012 WHAT: Rally -- We'll be rallying outside of the Metro Building at 8:00 am. Board Meeting -- We'll be heading up to the 9:00 am board meeting on the third floor after the rally. It's time to leave dirty fuels like natural gas in the past where they belong and embrace clean transport like 100% zero emission electric buses. With YOUR help, we can make this happen NOW! We look forward to seeing YOU Thursday, July 27th! The LA County Electric Bus Coalition unites in urging L.A. Metro to continue its leadership and commit TODAY to replacing its polluting bus fleet with 100% electric buses no later than 2030. The coalition includes American Lung Association in California, Earthjustice, Environment California Research & Policy Center, Food & Water Watch - California, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union Local 11, Jobs to Move America, SoCal Sierra Club and South Bay Los Angeles 350 Climate Action Group. We welcome your support and involvement.
Thursday Jul 27 - Jul 31 @ 9:00 AM
Costume College 2017
Costume College – Costume College® is an annual three-day costuming arts conference produced by Costumer’s Guild West, Inc. We offer lectures, workshops and demos on all things costuming: from general sewing (pattern grading, setting sleeves, etc.) to historical construction methods (corsetry, petticoats, etc.) to time period overview classes to science fiction/fantasy costume construction. All of our classes are taught by volunteers who enjoying sharing their knowledge on a particular topic. Costume College® 2017 will be held July 27 – 31, 2017, at the Warner Center Marriott in Woodland Hills, California. Monday 7/31 is available for those who want to go to the Los Angeles Garment/Fashion District to shop. (We do offer a Guided Tour on Monday as part of our Limited Class Offerings - for more information, please see http://188.8.131.52/~costumer/college/classes/tours/ . No other classes are offered on Monday.) The 2017 theme is “The 60s.” The 1960’s: It’s more than just “Mad Men. It’s a huge era of change that bridges the conservative 50s with the psychedelic fantasy of the 70s. And don’t forget fashion icons like Jackie Kennedy and Oleg Cassini. The roots of television science fiction in Star Trek and Dark Shadows; or Mod and the British Fashion invasion. The bonus track of classes for 2017 is “Understructures of the Costume.” Remember that the bonus track is in addition to all the other costuming, research and sewing classes we offer from all time periods. Register for 2017: http://184.108.40.206/~costumer/college/register-for-2017/ Along with the opportunity to learn new skills, we offer our members several social gatherings to show off their creations! We host a Pool Party, a Friday Social, a Gala Dinner & Dance, and an Afternoon Tea (the Gala and the Tea each have a separate admission). We also have a Marketplace filled with fabulous vendors who cater to costumers and an Exhibit Room filled with costumes created by our members. Both of these events are free to the public. (Attendance to Classes require registration for the event and payment of registration fees.)
Thursday Jul 27 @ 9:30 AM
Effective Marketing on a Budget
Center for Nonprofit Management – Does your nonprofit need to attract more and better donors, volunteers, clients, staff, board members, partners, event attendees, and grants? Do you have a limited marketing budget and staff? You're not alone! Learn from a national nonprofit marketing expert (who has worked with thousands of nonprofits) on how to effectively market, communicate, and fundraise through your website, social media, search engine optimization, Google Grants, online marketing, and even traditional offline marketing quickly, easily, and affordably. You'll get dozens of specific ideas and tactics, all of which you'll be able to implement quickly, easily, and at low cost or even for free! We'll cover: - Prioritizing and setting marketing objectives: who are you trying to reach, and what are you trying to get them to do? - Learn about dozens of specific online and offline marketing and fundraising techniques for meeting these objectives - How to implement each of these techniques with little marketing staff or budget Stay the day and continue in your professional development training. Attend the morning and the afternoon sessions and save $55 on your second session.
Thursday Jul 27 @ 12:30 PM
Talk: Archaeological Inspiration in English 18th-Century Dec Art
LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art – LACMA | BP Grand Entrance Free and open to the public Details: http://bit.ly/2rp6iM9 Talk: Point of View Gallery Talk—Digging Up Ideas: Archaeological Inspiration in English 18th-Century Decorative Arts Join Rosie Mills, The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Associate Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, to explore newly installed English Neoclassical silver and ceramics. The talk will consider the relationship of these displays to those in adjacent galleries devoted to the Grand Tour—an extended period of travel through Continental Europe thought essential to the completion of an aristocratic education. Looking at LACMA’s encyclopedic collection from the perspective of these tourists, we can see how the emerging field of archaeology inspired fashionable living in a rapidly industrializing Britain. Image: "Volute Krater Vase," c. 1780, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Mrs. Frederick J. Tongue in memory of her husband, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA
Thursday Jul 27 @ 12:30 PM
Gallery Talk: Point of View—Digging Up Ideas
LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art – LACMA | BP Grand Entrance Free and open to the public Details: http://bit.ly/2rp6iM9 Talk: Gallery Talk: Point of View—Digging Up Ideas: Archaeological Inspiration in English 18th-Century Decorative Arts Join Rosie Mills, The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Associate Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, to explore newly installed English Neoclassical silver and ceramics. The talk will consider the relationship of these displays to those in adjacent galleries devoted to the Grand Tour—an extended period of travel through Continental Europe thought essential to the completion of an aristocratic education. Looking at LACMA’s encyclopedic collection from the perspective of these tourists, we can see how the emerging field of archaeology inspired fashionable living in a rapidly industrializing Britain. Image: "Volute Krater Vase," c. 1780, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Mrs. Frederick J. Tongue in memory of her husband, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA
Thursday Jul 27 @ 1:30 PM
Marketing Analytics: Using Data to Work Smarter
Center for Nonprofit Management – Marketing has changed radically from the era of relying on gut instincts to a complex ecosystem of data and automation. But fear not! Many of the tools that measure the effectiveness of your marketing activities are free. All you have to do is learn to use them. Why marketing analytics? Peter Drucker once said, "if you can't measure it, you can't manage it." This statement couldn't be more accurate in the current state of marketing where resource allocations and performance review of your channels should always be based on relevant and timely data. Join us for a power session on identifying the right metrics for your organization, what they mean, and how you can improve your marketing message based on the results. Key takeaways from this course: -Identify your "critical few" marketing metrics -Create a measurement plan -Goal setting based on realistic expectations -Fundamentals of AB testing (don't worry if you don't know what this means yet. We'll teach you!) -Overview of free analytics tools -Analysis and interpretation of your metrics -How to take action based on what you learn
Thursday Jul 27 @ 3:00 PM
July Summer Movie Fest at the Library!
Baldwin Hills Branch - Los Angeles Public Library – Join us every Thursday in July at 3 p.m. for a fun movie for the whole family! Bring a snack and escape the summer heat! July 27, 2017: Sing http://cms.lapl.org/whats-on/events/summer-movie-fest
Thursday Jul 27 @ 4:00 PM
French Conversation Class
Los Angeles Public Library, Westwood Branch – Come practice your French language skills. For intermediate to advanced students.
Thursday Jul 27 - Jul 28 @ 5:00 PM
Gaslamp Long Beach – CARTER WINTER Live in Concert at Gaslamp Long Beach Fitting every bit the part of the man in black, Carter Winter is country music’s modern traditionalist. Singing heartfelt and relatable songs landscaping heartbreak and the American dream poured over ice, the singer/songwriter from rural Ohio has seen firsthand the effects of connecting with an audience through a fresh sound that like Carter himself, is surprisingly familiar, yet raw and honest. From behind his guitar and sleeves of tattoos, Carter began playing local bars around his hometown and quickly grew an incredible fan base of loyal listeners from California to the Carolinas. First well-known for his cover songs of artists that inspired him early on (Garth Brooks, George Strait), Carter’s ability to take three chords and his own truth and deliver a compelling live performance has contributed to the incredible success of Some Kind of Fire, his first independent six-song release. With his rich, traditional country vocal and compelling live performance, Carter has gained recognition from some of the biggest names in country music andshared the stage with artists such as Sam Hunt, Chase Rice and Travis Tritt. Recently completing his second studio album with multi Grammy Award-winning producer Chad Carlson (Taylor Swift, Chase Rice, Cole Swindell) and producer Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts), Carter Winter’s sophomore release The Whiskey In Me makes a solid entry into country music that firmly establishes his bad boy brand as a natural force in country music. with special guest REDNECK RODEO $15 Early Advance Online Price! 21 and over / under 21 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian DOORS AT 5PM
Thursday Jul 27 @ 5:00 PM
Summer Movie Fest: Sing
CSUN Associated Students – Summer Movie Fest is an outdoor movie screening event hosted every Thursday at California State University Northridge. Each week we bring you an amazing movie, fun activities and delicious food trucks. So grab your blankets and chairs, bring the family, and enjoy an evening with CSUN. Jun 15 Batman Lego Movie Jun 22 Selena Jun 29 Beauty and the Best Jul 06 Captain America: Civil War Jul 13 Moana Jul 20 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Jul 27 Sing Aug 3 Breakfast Club Aug 10 Psycho Aug 17 La La Land Aug 24 Space Jam Aug 31 Dr. Strange More Info: Food Trucks arrive at 5:30pm Movie starts at dusk! Guidelines: • children must be supervised at all times • pets must be on a leah • blankets and short lawn chairs preferred • no alcohol or smoking Parking: • free street parking • campus parking is free for CSUN students, faculty and staff w/valid permits • general parking available for $8 at student lots • cars w/o valid permits will receive a citation
Thursday Jul 27 @ 5:00 PM
Game Empire Pasadena – Join us every Thursday night as we ready warjacks, and rile up warbeasts. Ready your feats, and take to the tables. to claim glory for your forces.
Thursday Jul 27 @ 5:30 PM
North Hollywood Food Truck Collective
The Food Truck Collective - West Coast – Join us for a night filled with great MUSIC, FOOD and FUN! We are doing our very first WEEKLY food truck event in NORTH HOLLYWOOD! Come and check it out! Giant Jenga Tournaments DJ FOOD TRUCKS! Here's the confirmed list of food trucks: July 20th: Belly Bombz Flaming Lava Go Fusion N Grill Main Squeeze Okamoto Kitchen Ridges Churro Bar Roni Macaroni The Deli Doctor The Tackle Box The Taco Chef Triple Threat Truck Vchos Woodys Grill
Thursday Jul 27 @ 5:30 PM
Korey Dane at The Echo
The Echo – Innovative Leisure Records + Spaceland Presents Korey Dane at The Echo Thursday July 27th, 2017 5:30PM All Ages TICKETS: http://bit.ly/KoreyDaneEcho
Thursday Jul 27 @ 5:30 PM
Sizzling Summer Nights: Colombian Latin Soul
The Autry – Dance the night away at the Autry Museum's popular summer dance series, Thursday evenings July 6–August 17. Thursday, July 27 features Colombian Latin Soul. All ages welcome, reservations recommended. EVENT SCHEDULE 5:30 p.m. | Tacos and drinks available for purchase 5:30–8:00 p.m. | Galleries and Autry Store open 6:30 p.m. | Music begins 7:30 p.m. | Complimentary dance lesson led by Orlando Delgado Free for Autry Members | $12 Nonmembers | $8 Students and Seniors | $6 Children (3–12) | Children under 3 Free Tickets: bit.ly/2sbTbii Series Lineup: bit.ly/295C6Qm Become a Member: bit.ly/28Zd5VU Media sponsor: KPCC
Thursday Jul 27 @ 6:00 PM
Annenberg Beach House Annual Community Picnic
Annenberg Community Beach House – Pack a dinner, grab your friends and family and head on over to the Beach House for our annual Community Picnic. Be prepared for some good old-fashioned fun for all. Games, dancing, slackline, crafts and epic tug-o-war!
Thursday Jul 27 @ 6:00 PM
Cool Kids Move
SouthBay Pavilion Mall – Kids will participate in different physical activities with Xtreme Unity. Free beach balls and sunglasses to Kids Club members
Thursday Jul 27 @ 6:30 PM
Summer Series in Los Angeles
UCLA Anderson Alumni Network: Los Angeles – Join UCLA Anderson to connect with fellow alumni and introduce students, who are interning in the Los Angeles region this summer, to our impressive alumni network. Drinks and light appetizers will be served al fresco at the beautiful Tiato in Santa Monica. $20 for alumni.
Thursday Jul 27 @ 6:30 PM
OCG PROPERTIES – PRICE: $25 at the door AGENDA: 6:30 - Networking 7:00 – Economic Update 9:00 - Networking SPEAKERS: Kathleen Kramer - Real Estate Broker and Mortgage Originator In her 20+ years as a licensed Real Estate Broker and Mortgage Originator, Kathleen Kramer has closed over 2500 transactions for more than a $1 billion in volume. She and her husband, Michael, have personally invested in a variety of real estate backed investments including SFR, Multi-Family, Commercial Office, Land, Syndications and Distressed Debt in several states. Today, Kathleen has two businesses, a Multi-Family and Commercial Real Estate Brokerage and a Residential and Multi-Family mortgage company. Kathleen and her team specialize in real estate investment and finance solutions for clients with complicated tax and entity structures, but comments she ‘will close the easy ones, too!’ Kathleen earned a degree in Business Economics from University of California at Santa Barbara in 1990. She holds certifications in Commercial Real Estate, Private Lending and Mortgage Planning. She is a regular speaker at the Orange County Real Estate Investor Association, providing monthly economic and local Real Estate market updates. She enjoys teaching classes on due diligence and coaching her clients on moving up from single family to multi-family investing. Contact Kathleen for a complementary real estate portfolio review. email: kathleen@libertyRE.net phone: 714-501-5049 web: http://libertyre.net/ Christina Suter - Founder and Lead Consultant of Ground Level Consulting As the founder and lead consultant of Ground Level Consulting, Christina L. Suter brings two decades of real-world experience as a serial small business owner and real estate investor. She developed her extensive financial and operational skills firsthand as she faced and overcame the challenges and demands of small business ownership while developing an extensive real estate portfolio. In 2002, Christina made the decision to leverage her experience into helping other small business owners and real estate investors. Ground Level Consulting is a consulting practice that works the way an entrepreneur works, dealing with the pressing problems of a business on the ground level and in real time. Since launching Ground Level,Christina has provided support throughout southern California and the western United States to numerous small businesses and real estate investors at all levels as they moved beyond surviving to thriving. Additionally, Christina has enjoyed a successful personal history of real estate investing and portfolio management, having invested over $15 million in assets in her career. This success and the success of her consulting practice encouraged Christina to share her experience and approach by founding Ground Level Investor. Ground Level Investor, which focuses on helping clients develop and manage real estate investments that support personal values and contribute to financial success. Christina's solid background and education--including a Bachelor’s degree in Business, an Associate’s in teaching, and a Masters in Psychology--strongly influence her work with Ground Level clients. Not only does she have a keen insight into successful business and investing strategies, but she teaches the personal and professional skills needed to promote growth and opportunity. And, she does this in a warm, supportive, non-judgmental way that is always highly respectful of personal values. - See more at: http://www.glinvestor.com/aboutglinvestor#sthash. ksvNjm6x.dpuf Mathew Owens, CPA, Founder of OCG Properties OCGProperties.com Instagram.com/OCGProperties Facebook.com/OCGProperties OCG Properties YouTube Channel
Thursday Jul 27 @ 7:00 PM
Twilight Concerts – Miami Horror
Santa Monica Pier – 7/27 Dance Miami Horrorr with Cleopold Hosted by KCRW DJ Dan Wilcox LA’s favorite Summer tradition and premier outdoor concert series, the 33rd annual Twilight Concerts at the Pier, returns Thursday, June 22nd presented by Snapchat! Come catch the best contemporary and classic music with the most amazing views in Southern California. FREE! Event details: www.TwilightSeries.org #TwilightConcerts