Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 123 of Culver City invites everyone to their annual holiday Christmas fundraising party this Saturday, Dec 11th in the Rotunda Room at the Veterans Memorial Building. A full lunch will be provided including a performance by a live band. There will be raffles to raise money for the wounded vets at West L.A Military Hospital. Come and join us in celebrating our vets!
Landscape Architect and Consulting Arborist Pieter Severynen, in two fact-packed demonstrations, will share his 50+ years of experience in orchard planning and planting, followed by actual pruning of fruit trees.
Sunday, December 12th, 2021 ~ 1:30 – 4PM: With dozens of illustrated details, Pieter will explain how we select trees for our chaotic climate, how to improve the soil, create desirable tree shapes, and design pruning and maintenance specifically for our area and our needs.
Sunday, January 9th, 2022 ~ 1:30 – 4PM: Pieter will prune the Greener Way orchard demonstrating the principles discussed in the first session, explaining why he is cutting as he does, with the tools he is using, and addressing your questions.
Greener Way Garden, 10708 Northgate Street, Culver City, CA 90230
We will be standing or sitting 6’apart & wearing masks throughout the workshop.
More information on upcoming classes at GreenerWayAssociates.org
Space is limited. RSVP asap! Suggested donation: $25 per workshop
Connect from the comfort of your home with Venice Chamber members and friends during our monthly Virtual Coffee Connection. Pick up your favorite morning beverages and bites from Alfred Coffee Abbot Kinney – offering a discount to participants! Ordering instructions, including special discount code, and Zoom link provided upon registration. This event is offered at no charge. Donations (suggested – $10) are welcome to support Chamber programs. Donate online: www.venicechamber.net/donate or through Zelle: email@example.com. Learn more + register: bit.ly/VCCVirtualCoffeeDec21
Information on all events can be found at www.venicechamber.net/event
Come learn about resources to help your business grow!
This FREE small business webinar will focus on two federally funded programs that assist small businesses with hiring and training costs.
- The “On the Job” (OTJ) Training Program is a federally funded hiring program that reimburses 50% of the employee’s salary for their training/on-boarding period for up to 300 hours.
- The “Earn to Learn” program supports and trains formerly incarcerated individuals to gain valuable work experience with sponsorship and full cost subsidy from JVS for up to six weeks.
How to Participate
Individuals interested in participating must register in advance for the free Culver City Employer Roundtable Webinar and can also learn more about the City’s Economic Recovery Task Force. For questions regarding this webinar, you may contact Economic Development Project Manager Elizabeth Garcia at (310) 253-5708 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(The City of Culver City’s facilitation of this event should not be construed as a recommendation, certification or endorsement of a particular applicant or employer. The event is voluntary and is at the discretion of the participants.)
JVS SoCal Home – Jobs. Vision. Success.
Ages 9-24 months | $35/class
Wed & Thu, 10-11am | Feb 16-Mar 3
The Art Studio is transformed into a big blank canvas for babies and toddlers to express their inner artist. Babies and toddlers strip-down to their diapers and crawl around in a free exploration of non-toxic paint, while creating a beautiful mess. Register today!
Budding Artists I
Ages 2-4 years | $35/class
Thu 3:30-4:30pm | Feb 17-Mar17
This class allows children to develop their artistic talents through an exploration of different creative mediums and processes. Each week participants will be proud to take home a new masterpiece, including 3D sculptures, texture collages, paintings, clay sculptures, and more. Register today!
We will be Open on President’s Day!
School’s out so join us for a day of play on Mon, Feb 21.
Members Hours: 9-10am
General Public: 10am-5pm
Camp Cayton Registration is Open!
Jun 13-Aug 12 | Ages 4-8
Camp Cayton is returning summer 2022! These one-week camps are the perfect balance between artmaking and discovery-based learning through play. Our innovative curriculum encourages campers to take risks, express themselves creatively, and work as a team to accomplish goals. Register today for a summer of creativity and exploration.
(Los Angeles, CA) Children’s Bureau is now offering two virtual ways for individuals and/or couples to learn how to help children in foster care while reunifying with birth families or how to provide legal permanency by adoption. A live Zoom Orientation is scheduled on February 17th from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM hosted by a Children’s Bureau team member and a foster parent. For those who want to learn at their own pace about becoming a foster and/or fost-adopt parent, a PowerPoint orientation is available. To R.S.V.P. for the live orientation or to request the PowerPoint orientation, please email email@example.com or call 800-730-3933.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, Children’s Bureau has canceled all in-person foster care-adoption resource parent orientations.
The current health crisis has accelerated the need for foster and foster-adoptive parents to help local at-risk youth stay in their communities. In Los Angeles County alone, the foster care population exceeds 33,000 children with 200 of those foster children waiting for an adoptive family. Many of these children are siblings in need of families who are willing and able to keep them together. In fact, Children’s Bureau turns away at least 10 sibling sets weekly due to lack of families. Older children are also in need of families.
“Being a foster parent lets you help someone in their time of need. You’re the support system for a child and for their parents,” says Brittany, who with her husband Jeremy, foster-adopted two sibling children. The couple has three biological children and knew that fostering was something they wanted to do. “Children’s Bureau has been there to help get us through the challenging times and to celebrate the special moments, especially when the adoption of our two children was finalized,” Jeremy added. Watch Brittany and Jeremy’s story here.
Children’s Bureau welcomes every individual regardless of race, age, religion, disability, marital status, ethnic background, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression to become a resource for children. Qualifying families receive training and support throughout their journey. For questions and/or to get started, call 800-730-3933 or click here to complete a quick inquiry form.
Since 1904, Children’s Bureau has been a nonprofit leader in protecting vulnerable children through prevention, treatment and advocacy. The agency helps 50,000 at-risk children and parents each year throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties with services that include school readiness, parenting classes, family resource centers, support groups, mental health counseling, foster care and foster-adoption and more. Foster Care and Adoption Programs are available in Kern, Orange, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles counties. To learn more about the agency and/or its foster care and adoption program, visit all4kids.org.
Licenses: 197805422, 197800281, 197805428
The Santa Monica Democratic Club and the Culver City Democratic Club will host (via zoom) a Sheriff Candidate Debate. Alex Villanueva, Eric Strong, Cecil Rhambo, Eli Vera, and Robert Luna have confirmed attendance.
Link to RSVP:
Santa Monica Democratic Club February 23 Meeting (google.com)
Sponsored jointly by the Sanitation Districts and Los Angeles County Public Works
The Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste Collection Program (HHW) gives Los Angeles County residents a legal and cost-free way to dispose of unwanted household chemicals that cannot be disposed of in the regular trash.
Click this link for more information including what items are permissible for disposal.