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Long Beach’s newest neighborhood eatery Restauration will ring in the new year with an All You Can Eat + Drink Celebration on Wednesday, December 31st from 9 p.m. to Midnight. NYE at Restauration will include live music, dancing, festive décor and a Champagne toast.
Fitz And The Tantrums, the chart-topping, show-stopping modern pop combo, are headlining one of the West Coast’s largest New Year’s Eve street celebrations in Downtown Long Beach. Three city blocks will be closed for this exciting street party, which is produced and sponsored by the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA), and will feature three stages and twelve outdoor bars.
Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Inc. (LBLGP, Inc.) will host a candlelight vigil in honor of Kim Maddox at 7 p.m. on Wednesday December 17. The vigil will take place at the Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Office, located at 1017 Obispo Ave., Long Beach, CA.
On December 24 the church will celebrate the Christmas story in a variety of services throughout the day. Children will become shepherds and angels, candles will give light to “Silent Night,” handbell choirs and the Sanctuary choir will announce Christ’s birth.
The Long Beach Police Department would like to remind consumers to take precautions and not become a fraud statistic this holiday season. During this time of the year, credit and debit cards are certain to be one of the most commonly used forms of payment.
Justin Rudd and his nonprofit Community Action Team (CAT) invite the public to a free, 90-minute “Joy to the World” Christmas concert at 5 p.m. on Sun., Dec. 14 at Bay Shore Church, 5100 E. The Toledo @ Granada Ave.
From LONG BEACH WONDERLAND by Kenny McBride ArtExchange (ArtX) has announced Special Exhibitions and program highlights for “artXwalk” on December 13, 2014. A monthly celebration of visual art – each Second Saturday at 3rd and Elm in Long Beach’s East Village Arts District – artXwalk is a free event, open to the public, and full of festivities such as family art activities, live music, artisan vendors, food truck, and art.
Love Handel’s Messiah but don’t want to drive out of town to hear it? Hallelujah! – Long Beach Camerata Singers 80-voice choir will present this magnificent oratorio right here in Long Beach on Saturday, December 20 at 4:30 p.m., with full orchestra and 4 professional soloists.
On Friday, December 12, inretrospect will celebrate the life and work of mid-century artist David Weidman with an in-store portfolio show featuring his best-known silkscreen prints along with works that have not been seen outside his studio in decades.
Mayor Robert Garcia, Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal and the Departments of Parks, Recreation and Marine, and Public Works invite the public to the grand re-opening of Miracle on 4th Street Park after a recent renovation. The event will be held on Saturday, December 6, at 10:30 am at Miracle on 4th Street Park, 1518 E.