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Saturday, April 25

Richstone's 28th Annual Pier-to-Pier Walkathon

Manhattan Beach Pier

Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles, 90266

8:00am to 11:00am

Gather your family, friends and community for a fun-filled day in the South Bay! Richstone Family Center will be kicking off the 28th Annual Pier-to-Pier Walkathon on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from the Manhattan Beach Pier. Proceeds from the fundraiser are critical in enabling Richstone to provide much needed services to vulnerable at-risk and abused children and families in our communities.

WHAT: Richstone Family Center's 28th Annual Pier-to-Pier Walkathon
WHEN: Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 8:00am
WHERE: Participants start at Manhattan Beach Pier to Hermosa Beach Pier and back to Manhattan Beach Pier
WHO: Event is open to the public
REGISTRATION: Participants can register for $25 by visiting richstonefamily.org

ABOUT RICHSTONE FAMILY CENTER
The Richstone Family Center is dedicated to preventing and treating child abuse and trauma; strengthening and educating families; and decreasing violence in families, schools and communities. In 1977, the State of California awarded Richstone a grant as one of the first of 6 child abuse treatment and prevention programs in the state. With this grant Richstone Center was established as a comprehensive agency providing services to approximately 70 families a year.

In 1980, Richstone was recognized as a neighborhood family center by ICAN (Los Angeles County Inter-agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect). Since that time, Richstone has expanded its staff from six to more than 135, increased the number of programs offered; expanded the area of service from Hawthorne to include the southwest corner of Los Angeles County and the Greater South Bay.

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The National Children’s Chorus LA Auditions

Schoenberg Hall

445 Charles E Young Dr W, Los Angeles, 90024

8:00am to 9:00pm

The National Children’s Chorus, America’s Leading Youth Choral Institution, is Holding Auditions in Los Angeles for the 2015/16 Performance Season

Initiative to Recruit Local Talent Starts Today with Online Registrations for April 25th Audition

WHAT: Each year, the National Children’s Chorus (NCC) recruits students to fill open positions within the Chorus. Under the direction of Artistic Director Luke McEndarfer, NCC provides students with an extraordinary environment to grow as singers and individuals, as they become future artistic and community leaders.

Auditions are held by appointment only and open to all students interested in joining NCC. To schedule an audition, please go to www.nationalchildrenschorus.com.

WHO: All boys and girls (ages 5-18) in the LA metropolitan and surrounding areas who possess a strong desire to learn and a true love of music!

WHEN: Saturday, April 25, 2015 WHERE: Go to www.nationalchildrenschorus.com to set up an audition today. Availability is limited – so act now!

WHY: NCC’s transformative program helps children discover their musical ability and creativity by supporting healthy vocal development within a comprehensive curriculum. Through intensive choral training and high-profile performance experiences in some of the nation’s premier venues – students learn discipline and leadership skills, while proudly representing the city of Los Angeles as ambassadors of harmony.

Financial assistance is available to those who qualify.

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La Gran Limpieza: The Great Los Angeles River CleanUp Hosted by Friends of the Los Angeles River

Friends of the Los Angeles River (FoLAR) is proud to bring the community together for its annual La Gran Limpieza, the Great Los Angeles River CleanUp 2015. For 26 years, people from all over LA County have come together to remove hundreds of tons of trash from the LA River in a spirit of celebration and stewardship. The CleanUp will feature live bands rocking the River, gift giveaways, family activities, and refreshments. The CleanUp is focused on non-concrete, natural earth-bottom sections of the LA River that are teeming with wildlife. FoLAR is dedicated to preserving this vibrant and delicate ecosystem. The events will also include the River Rover, the Los Angeles River mobile visitor and education center presented by FoLAR, offering educational and family friendly activities and information guiding visitors through the River’s past, present, and future. Volunteers can register at http://folar.org/events/cleanup-2015/

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