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Wednesday, August 13

Thursday, August 14

4th Annual Big Sunday Back-to-School Drive & Community Dinner

Big Sunday

6111 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038

6:30pm to 8:30pm

Help Big Sunday send kids back to school in style as we collect, sort and pack all kinds of needed school items for kids at varied low-income schools in LA and Long Beach. The sorting will be followed by a community dinner. Donors and volunteers are needed.
Big Sunday, California’s premiere resource for year-round community service and community-building, provides fun, free events for those who have a passion for giving back to people in need within the greater Los Angeles community. The idea behind Big Sunday is that absolutely everyone has some way that they can help somebody else. No matter the scale of Big Sunday’s events, each aids—and brings together—a wide spectrum of individuals and families of all ages and backgrounds working together, including veterans, the homeless, domestic violence victims, at-risk youth, low-income persons, kids with developmental delays, the deaf and hard-of-hearing, food pantries, disadvantaged schools and more. All events take place at Big Sunday headquarters, 6111 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038. To pitch in, please contact Rob Zaremsky at [email protected] or call 323-549-9944; please visit www.bigsunday.org for more info. Groups are welcome!

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Friday, August 15

Friday Night Sing-Alongs: Mariachi

W.M. Keck Amphitheare and Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S. Grand Ave Los Angeles CA 90012, Los Angeles, 90012

6:30pm to 8:00pm

No fiesta is complete without the celebratory sounds of mariachi music! It's the last Friday Night Sing-Along of the summer and we're closing it out with a bang. Sing out loud and celebrate this rich musical tradition!


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To My 9th Grade Self

Azusa Renaissance Theater

680 E. Alosta Ave. Unit 212 Azusa, CA 91702, Azusa, 91702


Azusa Renaissance Theater is proud to present its first play based on stories and interviews of citizens within the Azusa community. "To My Ninth Grade Self" follows the life of Alexa Sanchez, a senior at Canyon High School, through the lens of a filmmaker documenting life in the school district. Through interviews, interactions with friends and family, and coming to terms with her Abuelita's mortality, Alexa learns the importance of sharing her own story, and how that act of sharing can give her confidence to step into her future.

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Saturday, August 16


California African American Museum

600 State Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90037

1:00pm to 4:00pm

Join CAAM for wide variety of independent films, both narrative and expository, web-series episodes and music videos of 30 minutes or less in length are screened over the weekend with talkbacks with directors, producers, writers, actors, and editors immediately following. Submissions welcome and must be received by 5PM, Thursday, July 31st. For additional information, please contact Elise Woodson at 213.744.7536 or via email at [email protected]. Audience attendance is free. RSVP preferred at 213.744.2024.

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2014 Summer Extravaganza: A benefit swimsuit fashion show & concert

The Show at Agua Caliente Resort, Casino & Spa

32-250 Bob Hope Dr., Rancho Mirage, 92270

4:00pm to 2:00am

Coachella Valley's biggest summer event featuring a swimsuit fashion show and concert headlined by Apl.de.ap of the Black Eyed Peas, teen rock band Above Seclusion, The X Factor USA 2013 competitor Julianne Manalo, and DJ APEK. The event will Apl.de.ap Foundation International’s international program to eradicate childhood blindness; N7 Fund for native and indigenous children in Coachella Valley, Safehouse in the Desert which provides refuge for runaway youth, and the family programs of the National Association of Filipino Americans, Inc.

Win a 2014 race red Ford Mustang by entering the car raffle.


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