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Wondering what to do in Long Beach? Look no further! Long Beach events, festivals, conventions, community events, entertainment and more.
Gregorio Luke will end his summer series “Mural Under the Stars” at the ArtExchange (ArtX) on Saturday, August 23rd from 8pm-midnight. With the urban landscape as the backdrop; attendees will experience an evening of live music, stunning images projected on a large screen, an enlightening lecture, and a chance to view the work of local artists.
Councilmember Al Austin and the Andy Street Community Association are joining together to help more than 1,000 kids get ready for the start of school. On Saturday, schoolchildren are scheduled to receive backpacks filled with school supplies, as well as free haircuts, health screenings and free food at the “Back to School Summer Blast.” During the event, there will also be an opportunity for community members to provide input on what they would like Phase II of Davenport Park to look like.
Fifth District Councilwoman Stacy Mungo and Councilman Patrick O’Donnell, will extend the concerts at El Dorado Park two additional weeks, in partnership with We Love Long Beach and sponsors AeroPlex, Laborers’ Local 1309, and MetroPorts.
The Found Theatre of Long Beach will host three performances of the powerful one-man show “Pocho In The House,” which uses humor to break down stereotypes and foster cross-cultural understanding. Written and performed by Joe Voltierra, “Pocho In The House” is a personal tour through life growing up–and continuing to grow up–in the sometimes strange, sometimes amusing, always interesting reality of a Mexican-American in contemporary California.
Hillgrass Bluebilly Southern California to host a country music concert featuring The Weary Boys triumphant return at Alex’s Bar, Saturday, August 16th . If you were around the underground country and rockabilly scene in the mid 2,000′s you most likely saw The Weary Boys perform all over popular venues in Southern California.
Shops at City Place Long Beach Help Parents and Students Gear Up For Back to School With Shopping Specials
City Place Long Beach offers families and students back-to-school deals on top items at the more than 37 retail, specialty, entertainment and dining options ranging from apparel and shoes to supplies and electronics, among others.
Long Beach Meditation, one of the oldest meditation centers in Southern California, recently moved into a dedicated center and is holding an open house to give members of the public an opportunity to learn more about the organization and its programs.
If a friend of yours has limited vision, let him or her know that the Low Vision Center at St. Mary Medical Center will host topical lectures in September and provide access to free specialized telephones. The Low Vision Center provides free services to the Southern California community and helps children and adults enhance their vision to its fullest potential.
Crimson Pipeline calls attention to Monday’s date, 8/11, and hopes it will serve as a reminder for residents to call 811 prior to embarking on any digging project. Every eight minutes an underground utility line is damaged due to the carelessness of an individual digging without first calling 811.
Scott Martin The Aquarium of the Pacific’s Rooftop Veranda will serve as the setting for a Summer Concert Series. Wednesdays through September 10, the Aquarium in conjunction with Kirschner Creative Artists, will present a selection of musical acts to benefit the Aquarium’s educational programs and animal care.