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Rancho Los Cerritos is hosting a Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch on Sunday, May 11 from 10:00 a.m. – noon in the historic gardens. The brunch is a great opportunity for families to celebrate their mothers in a beautiful and unique outdoor setting.
Mr. Robert Dionaldo, Academic Manager, Ms. Mitra Vazeen, Center Director and Clifford Hollis, a student at Long Beach Job Corps prepare to enjoy a special Ethiopian themed lunch at Long Beach Job Corps Center.
Students at the Long Beach Job Corps Center celebrated Black History Month in a diversity of ways most recently with a culinary sampling of Ethiopian food.
Celebrate It’s A Grind Coffee House’s NEW Gourmet Menu on Saturday, January 18th with the official launch party beginning at 10AM with a VIP ribbon cutting ceremony at 2PM. The festivities include live music, hourly drawings- and free samples of waffles, hand-crafted gourmet sandwiches served open-toasted, on a ciabatta or pita bread including vegetarian choices and specialty desserts paired perfectly with barista-crafted beverages.
The Long Beach Zen Group will host a day of meditation on Saturday, July 21.
If Long Beach feels more peaceful this weekend, there’s a reason. The Long Beach Zen Meditation Group will be the center of good vibes during Summer Zazenkai — a full day of meditation on Saturday, July 21 from 7 a.m.
This summer learn how to turn fresh local ingredients into rich, flavorful dishes with interactive cooking classes from Chef Paul Buchanan and his Long Beach catering company Primal Alchemy at their new kitchen by the sea!
Roots Gourmet is a new restaurant in Long Beach providing healthy fare & innovative drinks with a jolt of Latin flavor. The food is created from scratch with fresh, all-natural ingredients. Many of the recipes have been made with fervor for four generations.
Come meet and mingle with other members of the Long Beach environmental community at the Green Long Beach! Fall kickoff mixer Sunday, September 19th at Zephyr Vegetarian Cafe.
Green Long Beach! will present its plan for the next year, focusing on four initiatives generated from community feedback.
The community is invited to celebrate International Vegetarian Day in Long Beach at the 5th annual Compassionate Cuisine, Friday, October 1, 2010, at the beautiful Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden at CSULB. All proceeds benefit Animal Acres farmed animal sanctuary to support its animal care and public education programs.
On January 21, Long Beach’s “Evolvers” will gather at Light and Space Studio on 620 Cherry Avenue to explore the benefits of a grassroots economic system based on gifting.
Attendees will exchange “Green Elephant” gifts hand-made for the occasion, and will explore the possibility of forming a local Time Bank, where members would earn “Time Dollars” for services rendered, reconnecting labor and value with time as the common rate of exchange.
We are welcoming back to the Long Beach Sunday Market Ann’s Bakery (don’t forget to mention to Ann’s that you want baguettes) and Lore’s Family Farm with their great selection of winter veggies and cut flowers.