From Issue: Volume XX - Number 20
Oct .1- Nov.15, 9a.m. – 3p.m.: See Through will reveal what the meaning is behind the art that has been created. Coming to this event will make people see how the artist made mistakes in the process of creating the art. Refreshments will be provided. There will be music by DJ Bryan Crosby, Doug Ito, and Emily Broadhurst. The George Deneff Gallery is at 3698 E. Pacific Coast Hwy. For more information call (562) 987-0247 or visit email@example.com.
Oct.3-4 , 6.p.m. : The Richard and Karen Capenter Performing Arts Center will have the music group Dallas performing. The two members are Amanda Walther and Sheila Carabine. Dinner will be served. The address is 6200 E. Atherton S.,
phone: (562) 985-7000.
Oct.1 –Jun. 24, 6p.m. -9p.m.: Brushstrokes & Beverages is an event where people can paint and have a good time. Food and wine will be available. The items will to paint will be $35. Anyone can paint, you do not have to be a professional painter. .
The address is 525 E. Broadway, phone: (562) 495-7252 or visit firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oct 2-Nov.27, 10a.m. -11: 30p.m.: Stroke Support Groups meetings are for people who have ever had a stoke gain knowledge of what a stroke is. Any questions will be answered about the situation of a stroke.The meetings will be held at California United Methodist Children’s Center, 3759 Orange Ave. phone: (562) 595-0056 or visit stroke @StrokeSupportAssoc.org.
Oct.2 – Dec. 29, Tues.- Fri.: 1-5p.m., Sat. :11a.m.-5p.m.: Long Beach Day Nursery Historical Exhibit opened in 1912 and is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Learn about the history of the nursery. Their address is Historical Society of Long Beach,
4269 Alantic Ave. For more information call (562) 424-2220 or visit email@example.com.
Oct.13, 2p.m.—6pm.: Writers Who Rock: Readings and Discussions is about people who like to read books, blogs,a nd poetry, then this is the event for you. The Authors, bloggers, and poets are all form Long Beach and will read their material. The audience can ask the writers questions. The address is Angelo Lacoboni Library, 4990 Clark Ave. Phone: (562) 279-3606 or visit firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oct. 11-Nov.4, Sat: 8.p.m., Sun.: 2p.m: Ain’t Misbehavin’ is a play that takes place in the Harlem Renaissance in the 1930s. If you enjoy plays that are musicals then go this play. The ticket prices are $29-$55. Address is Long Beach Performing Arts
300 E. Ocean Blvd. For more information call (562) 436-4610 or visit www.theatrnia.com.
Oct.1-13, Fri.&Sat.:8p.m., Sun: 2p.m.: The Glass Menagerie is a play about a woman named Amanda Wingfield who lives with her two children Tom and Laura. Amanda is letting her children be their own person and letting them be free spirits. Amanda, Tm and Laura live in an apartment, in St. Louis. Tickets prices are $27, senior citizens $24 and students are $14. The address is Long Beach Playhouse 5021 E. Anaheim St.
Box Office phone: (562) 494-1014 or visit lbplayhouse.org.