Long Beach drum circle
Running September 20th, 21st, and 22nd, experience a weekend full of A LOT of art with the Arts Council for Long Beach in your neighborhood. Spend your weekend with the local community groups and participate in free arts experiences.
Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster issued a Mayoral Proclamation declaring Sunday, June 2, 2013 as “Creative Reuse Day” in celebration of the 5th Anniversary of The Long Beach Depot For Creative ReUse, a recognized City of Long Beach Green Business.
Bring your drum for a community drum circle featuring the world-class west african beats of female drumming group ADAAWE.
Those who follow the beat of their own drum aren’t alone. Drummers from across Long Beach will gather to experience the world-class beats of female percussion group Adaawe for an evening of community drumming, fire dancing, soul food, and a celebration of peace.
The Long Beach Depot For Creative ReUse is raising awareness about the importance of “Building Unity in OUR Community through Sharing” by hosting the First Ever in Long Beach “Really Really Free Day” celebration on Sunday, May 29, 2011.
In celebration of Cultural Diversity Month, Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster, 6th District Councilman Dee Andrews and the City of Long Beach Human Dignity Program are hosting a Cultural Diversity Festival on Saturday, October 9, 2010 at the Petrolane Boys & Girls Club at Martin Luther King Jr.
In celebration of Cultural Diversity Month, 6th District Councilman Dee Andrews and the City of Long Beach Human Dignity Program are hosting a Cultural Diversity Festival on Saturday, October 9, 2010 at the John and Alice Wallace/Petrolane Boys & Girls Club at Martin Luther King Jr.
Yve and Armando Hart
On Saturday September 11, 2010, Alfredo’s Beach Club, the dynamic Long Beach couple Yve and Armando Hart of Drum for Love debut Portal, will host an all day celebration and interactive experience of art, dance, music, ceremony and “hands on” participation, Portal will commemorate 9/11 with a timeless celebration to catapult us into a deeper sense of community.
The Second Saturday Art Walk takes place each month in Long Beach’s East Village on Linden Avenue, 1st Street, Broadway and Elm. Art galleries, shops and restaurants extend their hours for visitors to wander, discover and enjoy the arts community late into the night.
May Day! First Fridays, May 1, creates “art amongst the rubble.” Along the Atlantic corridor and behind the caution tape and delineators from the road construction, Bixby Knolls businesses will dust themselves off to shine and feature a variety of fun sights and experiences.