Monday Sep 25 - Sep 29 @ 7:30 AM
Scholastic Book Fair
St. Monica Catholic Elementary School – Come in and buy some books! Books make great Christmas gifts.
Monday Sep 25 - Sep 29 @ 8:30 AM
2, 3 or 5 Day SEO Workshop Los Angeles California
Search Engine Academy – From the moment you arrive, your experience will be hands-on and personalized to you and your classmates. Through demonstrations of common situations, and practical approaches to your own Internet marketing hurdles, we work right alongside you to ensure your full comprehension of the workshop materials. Day 1 - Search Engine Basics: Getting Results Day 2 - Search Engine Processes Day 3 - Advanced SEO Strategies Day 4 - Google Day Day 5 - Final Day of Advanced SEO Tactics Once you have completed this course, you will receive official certification from our program, and leave with a firm grasp of how to successfully connect to your customers through the Internet. Full details - http://www.orangecountysearchengineacademy.com/seo_classes_ca_register.html
Monday Sep 25 @ 11:00 AM
Anteater Involvement Fair 2017
UCI Campus Organizations & Volunteer Programs – The Anteater Involvement Fair serves as a place where new and current UCI students can come learn more about the vast variety of campus organizations, what they do and how they can become involved. As a campus organization it is your time to shine and showcase the mission and goals of your organization in order to recruit other students who have an interest in what your organization is all about!
Monday Sep 25 @ 1:00 PM
Inglewood Public Library – Children's Room, Inglewood Public Library, 101 W. Manchester Blvd. Call 310-412-5645 for more information
Monday Sep 25 @ 4:00 PM
Compass Program (Session 2 of 6) - Transfer Students
Chapman University Career and Professional Development – A Career Preparation Certificate Program Specifically for Transfer Students Students that successfully complete the program requirements receive a certificate of completion and invitations to exclusive networking opportunities, including Chapman's Certified Student/Employer Mixer at the end of the Fall Semester. Program Description: Compass is designed to help transfer students connect their previous experiences with professional and educational opportunities at Chapman and to facilitate a successful transition into the Chapman Family. Students will learn how to “Think Chapman First” when searching for resources and support, build a community of peers who share the transfer experience, develop and apply social branding tools, create a professional resume and cover letter, facilitate informational interviewing, network successfully and balance time efficiently. Dates (7 sessions): Mondays September 11, September 25, October 9, October 23, November 6, November 27, plus Chapman's Fall Certified Student/Employer Mixer on Wednesday, December 6. The Fine Print: For undergraduate transfer students only. Please note that this is a 7-session course and plan accordingly. Only those students that fully complete the program will receive a certificate of completion and access to exclusive networking opportunities. Please RSVP formally using the link above, or by logging into Chapman's career portal, Handshake.
Monday Sep 25 @ 4:00 PM
Inglewood Public Library – Children's Room, Inglewood Public Library, 101 W. Manchester Blvd. Call 310-412-5645 for more information. All ages
Monday Sep 25 @ 5:30 PM
Playbook for Life (Session 1 of 4) - Chapman's NCAA Athletes
Chapman University Career and Professional Development – Did you know Chapman is the only DIII School that offers a career preparation course specifically for its NCAA athletes? Learn how to turn your sports experience into a career. Idenitfy those transferabble skills that will empower you for a life beyond the classroom and the field. Students that successfully complete the program requirements receive a certificate of completion, professional headshots and invitations to exclusive networking opportunities, including Chapman's Certified Student/Employer Mixer at the end of the Fall Semester. Program Description: Student athletes will learn how to transfer their skills from the court or field to the workplace. Guest instructors include former collegiate athletes and Chapman alumni. Dates (4 sessions): Mondays September 25, October 16, November 6, November 27, plus Chapman's Fall Certified Student/Employer Mixer on Wednesday, December 6. The Fine Print: For Chapman University's NCAA athletes only. Please note that this is a 4 session course and plan accordingly. Only those students that fully complete the program will receive a certificate of completion and access to exclusive networking opportunities. Please RSVP formally using the link above, or by logging into Chapman's career portal, Handshake.
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
ProCon at the Pier - Public education
Santa Monica Pier – READY FOR REAL TALK? Pro/Con is a non-partisan debate series designed to inform public discourse on ballot measures and current issues. ProCon.org supplies experts from both sides and a neutral moderator to facilitate discussion and reinvigorate the art of critical thinking. 9/25 DEBATE TOPIC - Public education: Is it broken and how can we fix it? MODERATOR - Maureen Langan Former PBS and Bloomberg TV journalist; Host of a weekly radio show for ABC; Comic SPEAKER - Nick Melvoin Member-Elect of LAUSD Board of Education; attorney, former seventh and eighth grades English teacher; director of Camp Harmony SPEAKER - Jason Spencer Principal Advisor to the California State Superintendent of Public Instruction SmartPeopleInChairs.com ProCon.org
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:15 PM
Ballroom & West Coast Swing: Mondays at Atomic Ballroom!
Atomic Ballroom Irvine – No partner needed, no experience required! ~Group Classes~ 12:15p All Levels Salsa Dancing 6:15p Beg Hip Hop 6:15p Beg Nightclub Two Step Series (Week 4/4) 7:00p Beg Nightclub Two Steps 7:00p Int Rumba Series (Week 4/4) 7:45p Beg Hustle 7:45p Adv Foxtrot Series (Week 4/4) 7:45p Beg West Coast Swing 8:30p Int West Coast Swing 9:15p Int/Adv West Coast Swing** **prior approval required to take class ~Evening Dance~ 8:30p Ballroom Practice 9:15p West Coast Swing Practice $16 per group class $5 evening dance only Every Third Monday we have a Potluck! Bring your favorite sweet or savory dish to share! Dancing cheek to cheek... Join us on Monday nights for our Ballroom practice night! With a great mix of music and styles, enjoy dancing everything from Waltz to Cha Cha to Swing to Foxtrot. Our Ballroom dance nights host our widest variety of dance styles. Our group classes on Monday nights are great for dancers of all levels - we have series classes to develop your skills, intermediate and advanced classes that will push you to the next level, and drop-in beginning classes that are perfect for brand new dancers or for anyone looking to better understand their basics. We welcome dancers of all levels and specialties - if you’re new to our Monday nights, make sure to meet Doreen Fineman, who hosts our Monday and Saturday Ballroom nights. She’ll make sure you’re part of the warmest ballroom family this side of the Mississippi. We celebrate birthdays, enjoy monthly potlucks, and kick up our heels every Monday night as we refine and perfect the timeless art of Ballroom dance.
Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra with Viernes 13
The Observatory Orange County – $ 20.00 / Age All Ages Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/fb/7552015/observatory
Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
Brain Party Trivia- Game of Thrones Edition at Alex's Bar
Alex's Bar – Brain Party Trivia- Game of Thrones Edition at Alex's Bar
Monday Sep 25 @ 9:00 PM
Rakim at The Regent Theater
The Regent – Spaceland Presents Rakim at The Regent Monday September 25th, 2017 9:00PM 18+ On SALE NOW TICKETS: http://bit.ly/RakimRegent
Monday Sep 25 - Sep 26 @ 9:30 PM
Mad Mad Mondaze with Kenny Summit & Opolopo
The Rooftop at The Standard, Downtown LA – Monday, September 25th The Rooftop, 'TheGYM', Good For You Records & The All Style All Stars Present MAD MAD Mondaze feat. Kenny Summit and friends. With special guest OPOLOPO & LA favorites Matt Salazar / Christian Guzman / Phil Flip Lynch Doors 9:30PM for this special event. F R E E Admission All Night. Check out, The GYM https://www.facebook.com/GYMNIGHTLIFE/
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 9:00 AM
Rate Hike to privatize California's water
Food & Water Watch - California – Powerful interests want to privatize California's water supply. They are pushing a massive statewide water project to deliver more water to billionaire agriculture companies, run amok water agencies, fracking oil companies, and benefit big banks - but YOU would pay the bill. This comes at the expense of our children's water future, our crumbling infrastructure, and good local jobs. On Tuesday, the powerful Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) will be holding what is currently the LAST regional public workshop on this corrupt scheme. The vote is slated for two weeks later. Can you join us Tuesday to learn more at one of the LAST workshops before they vote to raise our bills and taxes? WHAT: Come learn about this rate hike, get your questions answered, and urge SoCal City Council leaders to oppose tunnels at Metropolitan Water District (MWD) Public Workshop WHEN: Tuesday, September 26th 9:00 AM - Gather, Learn More, get the real water facts 9:30 AM - Meeting begins promptly with public comment *if you are not there by 9:30am, you may miss the crucial opportunity for public comment WHERE: Metropolitan Water District 700 North Alameda Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 *We'll meet outside in the courtyard * We encourage you to take Metro to Union Station. MWD is on the same property. There is paid parking on site. If you are interested in carpooling - send a message to Brenna. Questions? Email Brenna at bnorton(at)fwwatch(dot)org ________ MORE INFO: The Metropolitan Water District (MWD) will soon vote on whether they should be able to raise YOUR bills to fund new water tunnels that will bring no water or benefit to our communities. This project is a corporate giveaway known as the "water tunnels" or the "California Water Fix." It is estimated to cost from $17 to $50 billion- and independent studies estimate this could cost the average Angeleno household an additional $5 to $16 dollars per month for more than 40 years, amounting to $2000 to $4000 per household Governor Brown is pushing to build these massive twin water tunnels that would divert the Sacramento River and send water primarily to large agribusinesses in the Central Valley. Meanwhile Southern California would get stuck with the bill and wouldn't get the water. This comes as L.A.’s water system continues to deteriorate. Los Angeles has struggled for decades to fund real, 21st-century water solutions. What is really behind these tunnels? Big Agriculture and MWD wants more water, and wants you to pay the bill. Powerful forces have created a series myths to try to sell this project, and we need your help to expose the truth. Your Mayor, City Council, or Water Agency will be voting on whether YOU will get hit with this rate hike via their appointed seat on the Metropolitan Water District Board of Directors.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 10:00 AM
Transfer Day Fair
El Camino College – Come check out the University Transfer Fair Tuesday, September 26 on Library Lawn - over 80 universities will be in attendance!
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 10:00 AM
Stop By Our Table at the CSUF Grad and Law School Expo!
Blueprint LSAT Preparation – Stop by the Blueprint LSAT table on Tuesday, 9/26 from 10-2PM and save $200 on any classroom course! If you'd like to register to let us know you'll be there, click the "Find Tickets" link!
Tuesday Sep 26 - Nov 28 @ 11:00 AM
Tuesday Morning Bible Study
Crenshaw Christian Center – Join us for Tuesday Morning Bible Study at 11:00AM in the Fellowship Center or tune in LIVE at www.faithdome.org/echurch.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 12:00 PM
USC's Cultural Commitment: Cultural Centers-Havens, Help(er)s, a
Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs at USC – Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Location: University Club Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Panelists: Rosalind Conerly, Kelby Harrison, William Noe Vela "Billy", and Jonathan Wang Moderator: Ginger Clark The panel will discuss the current campus climate and how the Cultural Centers fit in the larger context of Diversity and Inclusion at USC. Following the panel, there will be break-out discussions with members of the Cultural Centers on current issues facing our students from DACA to Hate Speech. Event includes a sit-down lunch $10 for Members This is a Members Only event please email Kristen Todd at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 213-740-5208.