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The Los Altos Neighborhood Library Book Club invites you to discuss Plainsong by Kent Haruf. The February pick is A Taste for Death by P.D. James. The club meets on the second Saturday of each month and is open to all adults.
Dr. Siva Mohan, medical doctor and expert Ayurvedic practitioner, is once again offering an amazing program to teach participants how Ayurveda can be integrated with Western Medicine in the treatment of common health concerns.
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On Saturday, September 17, 2011 at the Long Beach Los Altos Library, The California Writers Club of Long Beach host the Second FREE Presentation in the Two Part “Write It!” Series.
As a working parent of two utterly perfect children, I’ve had my share of experiences with daycares and preschools. In 2007, when my career moved me to a more local destination, I interviewed nearby daycares for my almost-two-year-old.
The California Writers Club of Long Beach will host a presentation by best-selling author and radio host Arden Moor, on Saturday, 22 January 2011, at the Los Altos Branch of the Long Beach Public Library.
Imagine if you will, a muscle-bound fitness trainer with a swagger in his walk, and a quick lift of the chin to you when he walks by. When he’s training you on the weight machine, he yells out single-syllable words.
On January 22, the Los Altos Neighborhood Library Book Group will discuss Death is Now My Neighbor by Colin Dexter. Join Chief Inspector Morse and Sergeant Lewis on their latest quest to solve this homicide at Lonsdale College.
On Saturday, March 27, We Love Long Beach is taking breakfast on the road again. This time the community crusaders will bring free breakfast to the Los Altos neighborhood.
Although it’s taken nearly a century to become mainstream, Pilates is now here to stay. Pilates — with its focus on the body’s core and its practice of slow and smooth strengthening, breathing, stretching and concentrating — began in the mid-1920’s with a man named Joe Pilates.