C A L E N D A R NOVEMBER 2014

Photo: Betty Riedman
CALENDAR
NOVEMBER
2014
PALOS VERDES PENINSULA COORDINATING COUNCIL
Check the Community Calendar When Planning Your Organization’s Events
Deadline for the Combined November 2014/December 2015 Issue is
Thursday November 20. Information see page 2. Backpack Flyer see page 7.
Save the Date
Next Coordinating Council Meeting is Thursday, January 22, 2015, Noon
Peninsula Center Library Community Room
FREE Rx for Life Kits are available at six on-going distribution sites
including Peninsula Seniors and PVP Chamber office, while supplies last.
Visit our web site for complete details. www.palosverdes.com/cc
www.palosverdes.com/cc Calendar on the Web. Thanks to Ted Vegvari, Palos Verdes on the Net,
for hosting the Coordinating Council web site. Thanks to Gregg Perkins Video, Peninsula People, The
Daily Breeze, and The Palos Verdes Peninsula News for their on-going support.
Cable TV; Meetings are shown on Cox PVP Ch 35 and RPV Ch 33. Video is provided by our
sponsors below. For a 2 minute SPOTLIGHT for your organization’s event call Fran at 310-541-6189.
Suzanne Zimmerman
www.ZimZimInsurance.com
Palos Verdes Peninsula Coordinating Council CALENDAR
NOVEMBER 2014
www.palosverdes.com/cc
The Palos Verdes Peninsula Coordinating Council, formed in 1954, provides programs of interest to the community
and publishes an updated CALENDAR of non-profit events as a service to the community. Coordinating Council
members may have events listed in the next CALENDAR.
Council Members Submission Guidelines: Send information to the Editor, Fran Wielin, 541-6189; by E-mail;
[email protected] Send; organization, event, date, time, place, & phone contact. Arial 10pt.
The deadline for the COMBINED DECEMBER 2014/JANUARY 2015 CALENDAR is Thursday November 20,
2014. Members receive the updated CALENDAR in the mail. To remain on the Submission List and the Mailing List
please send Membership Dues of $25 to: PVP Coordinating Council, PO Box 2304, PVP CA 90274. Dues pay for
printing, mailing, programs, and support the Annual Teen Service Awards. Backpack Flyer information see page 7.
*Added since printing of the October 2014 Calendar. Phone numbers are Area Code 310 unless noted.
ANNUAL GALA EVENT IN CAPS
OCTOBER 2014
24,25
Fri,Sa
25 Sa
Norris Theatre  Sweeney Todd in Concert  8 pm 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
PVP Land Conservancy & City of RPV • Grand Re-Opening Abalone Cove Shoreline Park  Free,11 am to 3
pm; new picnic areas, landscaping, hikes, music, food trucks, activities for all; www.pvplc.org 541-7613
25
Sa*
So Bay Environmental Services Center  Tours- Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility10am-2pm, Free,
games, entertainment, petting zoo, food, prizes El Segundo, info [email protected]
RH United Methodist Church  1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2-12  Dr. Thomas Phelan,
Speaker, 7-9pm, $5; proceeds to Imagine No Malaria www.rhumc.org 310-377-6771
25
Sa*
26 Su
PVP Land Conservancy/City of RPV Grand Re-Opening- Abalone Cove Shoreline Park  11am-3pm Free.
New picnic, viewing areas, trails, landscape, Live music, food trucks,hikes, 541-7613 or www.pvplc.org
Peninsula Education Foundation  Pier to Pier Friendship Walk  Fundraiser; 378-2278
26
Su*
28 Tu
St. Peter's by the Sea Pres. Church, “Trunk or Treat”  candy from to car trunk to car trunk safely in the
parking lot. All ages welcome in costume. Donate canned food & diapers to local organizations. 377-6882
PVP Republican Women, Fed. Luncheon meeting at PV Country Club 11am, speaker Dr. Behzad
Tabatabael. For information or reservations contact Kay [email protected] or 3l0-377-8319.
25 Sa
NOVEMBER 2014
4 Tu
5w
Norris Theatre  Beginnings: The Chicago Tribute Band  8pm, 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
Peninsula Center Library Opening Reception- Art In Our Library Show 5-7pm Free, 377-9584 x 236
Peninsula Committee LA Philharmonic  Fanfare for Fall  4pm-7pm; Robert Thies, piano, Jeralyn Glass,
soprano & Andrew Moses, clarinet. PV Golf Club. $80. Tickets Phyllis Sherwood 377-8204 or Janet Ceske
373-4577. www.pclaphil.org<http://www.pclaphil.org/
General Election Day
PVP Chamber of Commerce  Breakfast Networking Mixer  7:15-9am, Wayfarers Chapel 377-8111
5w
PVP Rotary Club  Educator Of The Year Dinner  5:45 pm, PV Golf Club, 310-594-1594.
5wDec 3
St. Peter’s By The Sea Pres. Church  Course :"Jesus the Servant King: Messiah According to the
Gospels"  Dr Tommy Givens; Every Wednesday 7-9pm, join any week.12 weeks $100. 377-6882 x229
www.StPetersPres.org
6 Th
The Volunteer Center  Nonprofit Training Series Surviving the Fiscal Crunch: Finding new Sources of
Revenue Janet Levine & Mitch Dorger, speakers; 9am, $45, [email protected] 212-5009
6 Th
Marymount CA University 1st Thursday Art Walk, San Pedro  Free 6:30pm Gallery Reception,Neill
Slaughter exhibition; music, entertainment; 415 W. 6th St. 310-303-7223 or www.MarymountCalifornia.edu.
Peninsula Heritage School  Open House  9:00 am, 310-541-4795
1 Sa
1 Sa*
2 Su
6 Th*
2
7 Fri
7 Fri
7-16 Fri
Sa Su
8 Sa*
PVE Cares 3rd Annual Senior Health Fair  Neighborhood Church 10am-1pm free flu shots, resources
available to seniors, free lunch, music and a drawing for prizes (310)378-4211 x 2131
TOBERMAN NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER AUXILLARY  HOLIDAY FUNDRAISER  11AM, TORRANCE
MARRIOTT, LUNCHEON & BOUTIQUE, RSVP 310-947-2075
Norris Theatre  Into the Woods  student cast musical, 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
Pt. Vicente DAR Veterans Appreciation Festival  Battleship USS Iowa, San Pedro, 10am-4pm, Free, Open
to the public. info [email protected]
8 Sa
Los Serenos Hike  Abalone Cove Shoreline Park  2:30pm, tidepools, 377-5370
8 Sa
PVP Land Conservancy• Nature Walk• 3pm, Butcher Hill, 541-7613 x 201
9 Su
The Artists Studio (PV Art Center) Signatures  semi-annual Fashion Show $45 includes lunch, Art Center
Atrium. Showing original handmade clothing and jewelry. Reservations 210-265-2592 or 424-206-9902.
9 Su
Norris Pavilion  The Tim Gill All-Stars, Cabaret Jazz  11:30am & 5pm 544-0403
www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
RH United Methodist Church Second Sundays at Two Concerts  Trio Terzetto  2pm sharp Free
9 Su*
11 Tu*
11 Tu
12 w*
13 Th
Pt. Vicente DAR Veterans Day Wreath-Laying Ceremony Green Hills Memorial Park, 11am-12pm, Free.
Open to the public. Info [email protected]
Marymount CA University  Excellence in Leadership Speaker Series  Free. Global business management
strategies for the 21st Century. 6pm, Free 310-303-7223, www.MarymountCalifornia.edu. RPV Campus
City of RPV/PV Library  Little Critter Afternoon Tales  Storytime ages 2-5pm, Hesse Park, 1pm, 541-8114
Peninsula Education Foundation, Autumn Harvest  6:30pm, by invitation, 310-378-2278 [email protected]
14 Fri
Elected Officials Party 5:30pm–7:30pm- Point Vincente Interpretive Center, Sponsored by the League of
Women Voters of Palos Verdes Peninsula and the Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
15 Sa
KIWANIS CLUB LEXUS LACEUP PALOS VERDES HALF MARATHON & 5 K FAMILY RUN/WALK 7AM,
TERRANEA RESORT PELICAN COVE, 310-541-4660, www.palosverdeshalfmarathon.org
15 Sa*
PVP Land Conservancy Workshop for Gardening with Native Plants, White Pt Nature Education Center,
Free,10am-12pm. for your home garden; RSVP 310-541-7613 [email protected]
So Coast Botanic Garden  Dead Garden Run Zombie Apocalypse  Benefits Red Cross & St. Jude.
www.deadgardenrun.com 7am opening, select start time. Zombie Party until 4pm. Register online
15 Sa
16 Su*
17 Mon*
18 Tu note
change
19 w*
Marymount CA University Noir Quartet Saxophone Concert Free, 2pm, Classical, Jazz and Modern music;
The Commons, RPV Campus 310-303-7223, www.MarymountCalifornia.edu
Pt. Vicente DAR Christmas Cookie Exchange & Chapter Meeting  USO-Bob Hope at LAX- Presentation,
free, open to the public age 18 and up, RSVP Required, private home. [email protected]
PVP Republican Women, Fed. Luncheon meeting at PV Country Club 11am, speaker TBA. For
information or reservations contact Kay [email protected] or 3l0-377-8319.
City of RPV Parks Master Plan Public Workshops – Re: Pt Vicente Park/Civic Center  7pm-9pm, at PVIC
www.palosverdes.com/rpv/parksmasterplan 310-544-5260 [email protected]
20 Th
PVP Chamber of Commerce Evening Networking Mixer  5:30-7:30pm, Hale Pilates Method, Redondo
Beach, RSVP 377-8111
20 Th
Pt Vicente Interpretive Center/RPV Parks/PV Library District  Little Fish Tales By the Sea  10am-11am,
children 2-5 & parents; songs, stories and a craft, Free, no reservations req. info 310-377-5370
21 FrI
Special Children's League  An Affair to Remember; Luncheon & Holiday Boutique  10am-4pm, Palos
Verdes Country Club. Info: [email protected] 310-251-3293
So Bay Conservatory  Sweet Charity  Armstrong Theater, Torrance, Fri 7:30pm, Sat 2pm & 7:30pm, $20,
www. southbayconservatory.com 424-262-9722
21-22
Fri Sa*
21,22, 23
Fr Sa Su
22 Sa
 The Nutcracker  Peninsula School of Performing Arts; Norris Theater, Fri 7pm, Sat 2pm & 7pm, Sun
2pm, Box Office 310-544-0403 or www.pspadance.com
PVP Land Conservancy  Film Series The Beauty Of Nature Kon-Tiki – Norway  Tickets $10 at pvplc.org
Under 18 free; 7:30pm; 541-2479; Warner Grand Theatre, SP; Information www.pvplc.org 541-7613.
3
23 Su
PVP Land Conservancy  Ethnobotany Workshop  White Pt. Nature Education Center, Free, 11am-12pm.
Indigenous Uses of Local California Native Plants. RSVP [email protected]
Peninsula Symphony • Shall We Dance ? • Redondo Union High School Auditorium, 7pm, 544-0320
23 Su
Canvas & Clay  Art Show & Holiday Marketplace  Redondo Beach www.canvasclay.com 316-9331
29 Sa*
Peninsula Shopping Center  Holiday Gathering  6:30pm, Free, Santa & Performers, The Paseo (next to TJ
Maxx) 310-541-2242
22 Sa*
DECEMBER 2014
6 Sa*
St. Peter’s By The Sea Pres. Church  Course :"Jesus the Servant King: Messiah According to the
Gospels"  Dr Tommy Givens; Wednesday 7-9pm, join any week. 377-6882 x229 www.StPetersPres.org
Marymount CA University 1st Thursday Art Walk, San Pedro  Free 6:30pm Music, galleries,415 W. 6th St.
310-303-7223 or www.MarymountCalifornia.edu.
Banning Museum  Victorian Christmas Luncheon  11:30am, entertainment, elegant lunch, preview of the
Banning Museum Victorian Christmas decorations, tours and more, limited seating RSVP 310-548-2005
Banning Museum Victorian Christmas 11am-4pm, Victorian entertainment, self-guided tours of the
Museum, refreshments, crafts, local food vendors, horse-drawn trolley rides to Drum Barracks Civil War
Museum, 310-548-2005
 Peninsula Holiday Parade of Lights  6pm, Downtown Rolling Hills Estates, (310) 377-1577, ext. 109
6 Sa
Los Serenos Hike  Abalone Cove Shoreline Park  2pm, tidepools, 377-5370
7 Su
Palos Verdes Symphonic Band Holiday Concert South Coast Botanic Garden, Frances Young Hall, 5pm,
373-2442, http://www.palosverdes.com/pvsb/
7 Su
Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay  Concert-Andre Bain, Horn  8 pm, Norris Theatre, 310-373-3151
7 Su*
Marymount CA University Choral Ensemble & Winter Concert 5pm, RPV Campus; students, faculty and
staff; 310-303-7223; www.MarymountCalifornia.edu
10 w*
City of RPV Parks Master Plan Public Workshops – Re: Hesse Park  7pm-9pm, at Hesse Park
www.palosverdes.com/rpv/parksmasterplan 310-544-5260 [email protected]
The Volunteer Center  Nonprofit Training Series "I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now: Lessons Learned
from 16 years as a nonprofit CEO Mitch Dorger, Speaker; 9am, $45, [email protected] 212-5009
3w
4 Th
5 Fri
6,7 FriSa
10 W
10 w
City of RPV/PV Library  Little Critter Afternoon Tales  Storytime ages 2-5pm, Hesse Park, 1pm, 541-8114
11 Th*
Pt Vicente DAR Casa Romantica Outing, San Clemente  $20, open to the public. bus trip pending &
docent tour info [email protected]
13 Sa
13 Sa
14 Sa
PVP Land Conservancy• Nature Walk• 9am, Peck Park Canyon, 541-7613 x 201
Norris Theatre  Best of Doo Wop at Christmas  8pm, 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
Los Cancioneros Master Chorale  Christmas Music Concert ”  7pm, Armstrong Theater, Tickets 781-7150
18 Th
Pt Vicente Interpretive Center/RPV Parks/PV Library District  Little Fish Tales By the Sea  10am-11am,
children 2-5 & parents; songs, stories and a craft, Free, no reservations req. info 310-377-5370
18 Th*
PVP Chamber of Commerce  Holiday Regional Chamber Mixer  5:30-7:30pm, Palos Verdes Golf Club,
377-8111
21,22
Palos Verdes Ballet  34th Anniversary“The Nutcracker”  Sat. 7pm, Sun. 1 & 5pm, Norris Theater, 5440403, www.palosverdesballet.org
Sa Su
JANUARY 2015
4 Su*
11 Su
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks Abalone Cove Shoreline Park 1:30pm, Free, 377-5370
www.losserenos.org tour the tidepools
Norris Pavilion High Sierra Jazz Band, Cabaret Jazz 11:30am & 5pm, 544-0403
www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
13 Tu
AMUSE Annual Student Concert  2pm, Norris Theatre, $8 adults; $6 students and seniors 377-7838,
[email protected]
Dawn Unity Panel Discussion Faith vs Fact  St Francis Episcopal Church 7:30pm
14 w
City of RPV/PV Library  Little Critter Afternoon Tales  Storytime ages 2-5pm, Hesse Park, 1pm, 541-8114
11 Su*
4
15 Th
Pt Vicente Interpretive Center/RPV Parks/PV Library District  Little Fish Tales By the Sea  10am-11am,
children 2-5 & parents; songs, stories and a craft, Free, no reservations req. info 310-377-5370
15 Th
The Volunteer Center  Nonprofit Training Series Doing It All-Fundraising Strategies for the Small
Development Office Janet Levine speaker; 9am, $45, [email protected] 212-5009
15 Th*
Peninsula Heritage School  Open House  9:00 am, 310-541-4795
17 Sa
Norris Theatre  The Las Vegas Rat Pack Tribute 8pm, 544-0403 www.palos verdesperformingarts.com
18 Su
19 Mo*
Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay  Concert-Sean Chen, Piano  8 pm, Norris Theatre, 310-373-3151
Pt Vicente DAR  American History/Junior American Citizens Awards  Washington Impersonator Gary
Beard “Washington 1776, Crossing the Delaware” Peninsula Center Library. Info [email protected]
22 Th
PVP Coordinating Council  Noon Meeting-“Functional Medicine”  Pen Center Library Community Room
12:05-1:10pm, Free, no reservations required 541-6189
23-Feb 8
Norris Theatre  Love, Sex & the I.R.S. 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
24 Sa
Peninsula Education Foundation, THE WINE EVENT wine dinner, 6pm, private home, 310-378-2278
[email protected]
25 Su*
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks Ocean Trails Reserve 3pm, Free, 377-5370 www.losserenos.org
28 w*
City of RPV Parks Master Plan Public Workshops – Re: Pt Vicente Park/Civic Center  7pm-9pm, at PVIC
www.palosverdes.com/rpv/parksmasterplan 310-544-5260 [email protected]
FEBRUARY 2015
1 Su
7 Sa
11 w*
12 Th
SUPERBOWL Glendale, Arizona
 Banning Museum 10th Annual Valentine Tea & Tunes  1-3pm, Elegant light luncheon & Teas,
entertainment, tours of the Museum, special exhibit. Limited seating; RSVP 310-548-2005
City of RPV Parks Master Plan Public Workshops – Re: Hesse Park  7pm-9pm, at Hesse Park
www.palosverdes.com/rpv/parksmasterplan 310-544-5260 [email protected]
The Volunteer Center  Nonprofit Training Series " An Introduction to Strategic Planning: Don't Make It
Harder Than It Has To Be Mitch Dorger, Speaker; 9am, $45, [email protected] 212-5009
14 Sa
PALOS VERDES PERFORMING ARTS  26TH ANNUAL VALENTINE BALL  TERRANEA RESORT
5 PM, 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
15 Su*
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks Abalone Cove Shoreline Park Noon, Free, 377-5370
www.losserenos.org tour the tidepools
17 Tu
St. John Fisher Women's Council  Shrove Tuesday Luncheon  Barrett Hall; 9am-2:30pm; 377-7704
18 w*
City of RPV Parks Master Plan Public Workshops – General Master Plan  7pm-9pm, at Ladera Linda
www.palosverdes.com/rpv/parksmasterplan 310-544-5260 [email protected]
19 Th*
Peninsula Heritage School  Open House  9:00 am, 310-541-4795
20-Mar 1
Norris Theatre  Disney’s Camp Rock  student production, PV Performing Arts Conservatory, 544-0403
22 Su
Peninsula Symphony • CZECH-MATE • Andrew Sords, Violinist • Redondo HS Auditorium, 7pm, 544-0320
25 w*
City of RPV Parks Master Plan Public Workshops – General Master Plan  7pm-9pm, at Hesse Park
www.palosverdes.com/rpv/parksmasterplan 310-544-5260 [email protected]
MARCH 2015
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks Abalone Cove Shoreline Park Noon, Free, 377-5370
www.losserenos.org tour the tidepools
3 Tu
Dawn Unity Panel Discussion “What Inspires Me” Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints RPV
7:30pm
6-8 Fri Sa Su Norris Pavilion  The Diary of Anne Frank  2 pm & 8 pm 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
1 Su*
8 Su
Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay  Concert-Itamar Zorman, Violin  8 pm, Norris Theatre, 310-373-3151
10 Tu
The Volunteer Center  Nonprofit Training Series Intentional Fundraising-Making the Most of Meetings and
Moves Janet Levine speaker; 9am, $45, [email protected] 212-5009
12 Th*
Peninsula Heritage School  Fifth Grade Play  Norris Theater, 6pm, 310-541-4795
5
14 Sa
Norris Theatre  Ed Alondo: The Misfit of Magic  8 pm 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
15 Su
Norris Pavilion  The Reynolds Brothers with Special Guest Bob Draga - Cabaret Jazz  11:30am & 5pm,
544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
15 Su*
Palos Verdes Symphonic Band  Annual Spring Concert  St. Peters by the Sea, 3pm, 373-2442,
www.palosverdes.com/pvsb/
21 Sa*
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks Forrestal Nature Reserve 10am, Free, 377-5370
www.losserenos.org Coastal Sage, local geology
22 Su
Los Cancioneros Master Chorale  Sacred Music Concert  7pm, Armstrong Theater, Tickets 310-781-7150
26 Th
PVP Coordinating Council  Noon Meeting  Pen Center Library Community Room 12:05-1:10pm, Free,
no reservations required 541-6189
28 Sa
GRAND VISION FOUNDATION  7TH ANNUAL GATHERING FOR THE GRAND  5pm BENEFIT FOR
WARNER GRAND THEATRE, Trump National Golf Club Info & RSVP (310) 833-4813; [email protected]
APRIL 2015
4 Sa
 Whale of a Day  City of Rancho Palos Verdes & Los Serenos de Point Vicente, Point Vicente Interpretive
Center, RPV 10am-4pm, Free. Food, Fun, Entertainment, Education
9-12 Th-Sun
 LA Harbor International Film Festival Warner Grand Theatre www.laharborfilmfest
11 Sa
Norris TheatreDSB-America’s Favorite Tribute to Journey  8pm 544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
18 Sa
Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay  Concert  8 pm, Norris Theatre, 310-373-3151
19 Su Peninsula Symphony Edith Knox Performance Completition Finals • Redondo HS Auditorium, 2pm, 544-0320
24 Th*
FREEDOM4U FUNDRAISER  RELEASING YOUTH  PALOS VERDES GOLF CLUB, 5:30pm; special
dinner, silent & live auction, great music www.Freedomcommunity.Com
24-May 10 Norris Theatre  CATS  544-0403 www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
25 Sa
26 Su*
26 Su*
FRIENDS OF CABRILLO MARINE AQUARIUM  GRAND GRUNION GALA  6pm, CABRILLO MARINE
AQUARIUM, 548-7593, www.cabrillomarineaquarium.org
HHHT (HELP THE HOMELESS) ANNUAL FUNDRAISER NORRIS PAVILLION, 6-10pm, information Kathy
310-265-9812
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks Alta Vicente Reserve 3pm, Free, 377-5370 wild flowers,
Coastal sage, WW II installations. www.losserenos.org
MAY 2015
3 Su
5 Tu
Peninsula Symphony • From Russia, With Love • Robert Thies, Pianist • Redondo HS Auditorium, 7pm,
544-0320
Dawn Unity Music Program  St John Fisher Church, Choirs from St Francis and Temple Beth El 7:30pm
9 Sa
Palos Verdes Assembly Presentation Ball  5:30pm, Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles 377-9766
9 Sa
PENINSULA EDUCATION FOUNDATION  THE MAIN EVENT  DINNER, DANCE, AUCTION;
6 PM, TERRANEA RESORT, 310-378-2278, [email protected]
10 Su*
Palos Verdes Symphonic Band  Mothers Day Concert  South Coast Botanic Garden, Frances Young Hall
5pm, 373-2442, http://www.palosverdes.com/pvsb/
15 & 17
Fr & Su*
Peninsula School of Performing Arts  Spring Ballet  May 15 & 17, 2015, Norris Theater; Box Office 310544-0403 or pspadance.com
16 Sa
PALOS VERDES WOMAN’S CLUB • 59TH ANNUAL GARDEN TOUR • 373-2558
16 Sa
Norris Theatre  A Grand Night for Broadway  8 pm 544-0403 www.paloverdesperformingarts.com
16 Sa*
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks Forrestal Nature Reserve 10am, Free, 377-5370
www.losserenos.org Coastal Sage, local geology
17 Su
Norris Pavilion  Blue Street Jazz Band Cabaret Jazz  11:30am & 5pm, 544-0403
www.palosverdesperformingarts.com
PVP Coordinating Council  Noon Meeting-Teen & Community Awards  Pen Center Library Community
Room 12:05-1:10pm, Free, no reservations required 541-6189
28 Th
29 Fri
Peninsula Education Foundation Major Donor Event  6pm by invitation, 310-378-2278 [email protected]
6
30,31
Palos Verdes Ballet Spring performance TBA  Norris Theater, 544-0403, www.palosverdesballet.org
Sa,Su*
JUNE 2015
7 Su
THE ASSOCIATES PV ART CENTER CELEBRATE CHEFS & CELLARS FOOD & WINE TASTE  private
home, 4-7pm; Contact: Karen Gale 310-326-6119 Maria Gutierrez 310-977-9759
11 Th*
Peninsula Heritage School  Graduation  11am 310-541-4795
14 Su
Los Cancioneros Master Chorale Conductor’s Farewell Concert 7pm, Armstrong Theater, Torrance. Tickets
De Giebler, 310-779-3072
14 Su*
Volunteer Center Affinity Group  Legends In Our Time  TBA
19,20
Peninsula School of Performing Arts  Musical Comedy Show  Norris Theater, 2:30 & 7:30pm, Box Office
310-544-0403 or www.pspadance.com
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks PVIC/Vicente Bluff Reserve/PV Lighthouse 10am, Free,
377-5370 www.losserenos.org Native plant garden, PVIC Museum
Fri Sa*
20 Sa*
21 Su
27 Sa*
Peninsula Symphony • Brave New World • Redondo Union High School Auditorium, 7pm, 544-0320
RAINBOW SERVICES  SUNSET SERENADE  5:45PM-10PM NORRIS PAVILION; Contact Eileen
Mosler 424-264-0636 [email protected]; www.rainbowservicesdv.org
JULY 2015
26 Su*
26 Su*
Palos Verdes Symphonic Band  Pops Concert  6pm, So Coast Botanic Garden, Meadow 373-2442,
www.palosverdes.com/pvsb
Los Serenos De Point Vicente  Nature Walks Ocean Trails Reserve 3pm, Free, 377-5370
www.losserenos.org Coastal Sage, local geology
SEPTEMBER 2015
7 Mon*
Palos Verdes Symphonic Band  Labor Day Concert  5pm, So Coast Botanic Garden, 373-2442,
www.palosverdes.com/pvsb
19-20 Sa Su Palos Verdes Concours d'Elegance Trump National Golf Club, www.pvconcours.org 866-522-7746
2014 -2015 Coordinating Council Board of Directors
Co-Presidents
Fran Wielin, Kathy Berg
Past President
Julia Parton
Treasurer
Julia Parton
Secretary
Suzy Zimmerman
1st VP Co-Program
Francine Dominique
2nd VP Publicity
open
3rd VP Calendar
Fran Wielin
Membership
Marcia Booth
Hospitality
Janet Wolfenden
Website & Database
Betty Riedman
Backpack Flyer
DeAnne Preyer
Service Awards
Maude Landon
Directors: Betty Reider, Susan Seamans, Janet Smith, Mary Waldo (Honorary)
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BACKPACK FLYER PROGRAM
Guidelines:The Backpack Flyer is a program of the PVP Coordinating Council (PVPCC) in cooperation with the Palos Verdes
Peninsula Unified School District (PVPUSD). The Editor of the Backpack Flyer is Deanne Preyer [email protected]
The Backpack Flyer is printed by the PVPUSD printshop and delivered and distributed at the schools’ and teachers’
convenience to all kindergarten through fifth grade PVPUSD students during the school year. Only organizations that are
members of the Coordinating Council may promote their events and activities for children, for a fee, through this publication.
PVPCC membership dues are $25 once a year from August 1 to July 31. A membership form can be found on our website
palosverdes.com/cc/forms.htm
Ad/Copy/Size: Ads must be 8.5”x11” and will be printed in black and white onto colored paper. Reverse backgrounds will
not be accepted. Please e-mail your ad (either in PDF format or a Word document) to: [email protected] Please
indicate the name of your organization and the month and year of publication for the ad in the SUBJECT lineof the e-mail. E-mail
for information is [email protected]
Mail checks (payable to PVP Coordinating Council) to: Palos Verdes Peninsula Coordinating Council, P.O. Box 2304,
Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274. Write the month and year of the Backpack Flyer publication you are paying for in the MEMO
line. Flyer Price: The 2013-2014 cost for an ad is $180 per side/page per month. Multiple sides pages are allowed and are
charged accordingly. Front page placement is an additional $30 and must be requested on a first-come, first-served rotating basis.
The annual PVPCC membership dues must be current. Payment is due and payable with confirmed order. Ads
without payments will not be submitted for distribution.
Deadlines: The deadline for the Backpack Flyer is the 6th of the month preceding the month of the issue. Some issues
are two months combined.
PLEASE NOTE: WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THE DATE when the schools will distribute the Backpack Flyers, but they are
typically distributed after the 10th of the month. The PVPCC and PVPUSD are not affiliated with and do not endorse the events
and/or activities in this packet and reserve the right to refuse submissions that do not fit within PVPCC guidelines.
The deadline is the 6th of the month preceding the flyer. Oct 2014; Nov 2014; Dec 2014;
combined issues Jan/Feb 2015; Mar/April 2015; May/June 2015
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