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Downtown community gardens will be opening their doors to all on April 27th for a fun-filled afternoon of handcrafted beer, artisanal food and music at the upcoming “Garden on Tap” event.
Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride is proud to announce the former Miss Nicaragua International, Indira Rojas Calderon, will be participating in the 2014 Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride Parade on May 18, 2014.
Mayor Bob Foster, Sixth District City Councilmember Dee Andrews and the Departments of Parks, Recreation & Marine and Public Works invite the public to a grand opening event for the Chittick Field sports complex, on Wednesday, April 23 at 11:00 am.
Do you want to decorate your home or patio with beautiful, drought resistant plants that even your urinating cat can’t kill? Then come to the succulent workshop!
From music and art to sports and games to swimming and sailing, youth can move and groove all summer long in Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine day camps.
April is William Shakespeare’s birthday month and Long Beach Shakespeare Company continues to celebrate The Bard’s 450th birthday in interesting ways.
On April 19, 2014, the Downtown Residential Council (DRC) will hold it’s Inaugural “Egg Rock ‘N Roll Event” at Lincoln Park in the Civic Center on First Street and Pacific Avenue.
Join us on Thursday, April 17th, 2014 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm at the beautiful Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden, CSULB for the 3rd annual Green Generation Mixer (1250 Bellflower Blvd., Long Beach 90815).
Two workshops have been scheduled to inform the community about the Southeast Area Specific Plan, which is a three-year effort to comprehensively review and update the zoning code historically known as the Southeast Area Development and Improvement Plan (SEADIP).
On Friday evening, May 16, 2014 Long Beach women will take to the streets in Long Beach’s 2nd Annual Rally and Dyke March.