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BURBANK

Fiesta Charity ‘Mane Event’ horse show April 27-30

Fiesta Charity “Mane Event” will be held on Sunday, April 30th. The Charity Horse Show runs from Thursday, April 27th to Sunday, April 30th. The “Mane Event” features not only equestrian and musical entertainment, but 2017 will add entertainment of other animals and include dog adoptions and dog entertainment.

The Mane Event is a display of magnificence, elegance and agility of Spanish and other horse breeds highlighted with music and dance. The afternoon will also include a variety of celebrities, vendors, food and raffles.

Fiesta brings much needed awareness and funds for cancer research. It takes place at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center located at 480 Riverside Dr. in Burbank. Tickets for Mane Event are $15 with children five and under free. Parking is $10.

Visit FiestaCharityShow.com to learn more.

Buster Keaton silent film with live orchestra March 11

See Buster Keaton (right) in “Steamboat Bill, Jr.” with live orchestra on March 11 in Burbank.

On Saturday, March 11th at 7pm Famous Players Orchestra will present Buster Keaton’s 1928 silent comedy masterpiece Steamboat Bill, Jr. screened with live orchestral accompaniment.  The event will take place at Christ Lutheran Church located at 2400 W Burbank Blvd. in Burbank.

Included in the program will be a 1927 Mutt and Jeff cartoon, The Big Swim. Both films will feature a live period musical score under the direction of Scott Lasky.

The films will be shown in 35mm, projected by Joe Rinaudo on an original hand-cranked Power’s 1909 Cameragragh Model 6 Motion Picture Machine. The program will be introduced by film historian Stan Taffel.

Doors will open at 6:15pm. Admission is $10.  Tickets available at the door or online at FPOrchestra.org/events.

GLENDALE

Free noon concert

Harpsichordist Arthur Omura.

On Wednesday, March 15th, 12:10pm-12:40pm, the Free Admission Glendale Noon Concerts series will feature harpsichordist Arthur Omura in a mostly Baroque program called “Carillons” at the Sanctuary of Glendale City Church located at 610 E. California Ave. (at Isabel St.) in Glendale.

For more information email glendalesda@gmail.com or call (818) 244-7241.

SHERMAN OAKS

City Controller speaks at community meeting

City Controller
Ron Galperin.

City Controller Ron Galperin will be the speaker at a community meeting of the Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association on Wednesday, March 15th, 7:15pm.  The meeting will be held at Notre Dame High School located at 13645 Riverside Dr. in Sherman Oaks.

Galperin will be be discussing:

  • City properties in Sherman Oaks area – how can they be used?
  • Parking tickets in Sherman Oaks – where is the money going?

Richard Close, President of the Association, explained that Galperin will focus on city audits to discover inefficient operations and money saving programs within the City’s $8 billion budget.

“The City Controller is in the best position to find waste and financial abuse within the City.  We want to hear from Ron Galperin as to what he has found and what is being done to implement his recommendations,” Close stated.

The public has been invited to this free community meeting.

TARZANA

Free concerts at The Corbin Bowl

The San Fernando Valley Symphony presents concerts at the “Bowl” in the Corbin Lounge at the Corbin Bowl in Tarzana, Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm.

Upcoming:

March  8                  

The Symphomaniax—music from baroque to contemporary by favorite composers of those times, and a selection of well-known pop classics

March 15

The Screaming Clams—Rock ‘n’ Roll with music of the ‘60s and early ‘70s

“The Lounge” at the Corbin Bowl is located at 19616 Ventura Blvd. in Tarzana. Free admission with a one drink minimum; under 21 years of age not admitted.

STATEWIDE

Assemblyman Obernolte introduces bill to increase safety for bicyclists

Assemblyman Jay Obernolte (R-Hesperia) recently introduced a bill that would allow bicyclists to yield at stop signs when safe to do so.

AB 1103 allows bicyclists to slow as they approach a stop sign, assess the safety of proceeding—as they would at a yield sign—and continue with caution without making a full and complete stop. Studies show conclusively that stopping and starting unnecessarily causes safety hazards for bicyclists since lost momentum results in more time spent in each intersection and greater potential for collision with vehicles.   The State of Idaho passed a similar law in 1982 which resulted in a significant drop in collisions involving bicycles across the state.

“This common sense bicycle law will increase safety by minimizing the potential for collision between cars and bicycles,” said Assemblyman Obernolte.

AB 1103 will be in print for 30 days before being referred to committee.

Assemblyman Jay Obernolte represents the 33rd Assembly District in San Bernardino.

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