A Shopping Extravaganza Helps Local Charities in Los Angeles
Make it a girls’ day out on Saturday, October 10, 2009 for a day of shopping, savings and fun. Citadel Outlets is hosting the 4th Annual Shopping Extravaganza, which is a special shopping event that benefits 22 local charity organizations in the Los Angeles County area.
Gal pals come together for exclusive shopping discounts and give-aways, one entry in the prize drawing ($40,000 in prizes win be awarded throughout the day!), catered lunch by Fresca’s Mexican Grill, wine sampling from Leona Valley Winery, a goodie bag, baggage check, and a relaxing stop at The Spa at Commerce Casino massage station. Tickets are just $20 (100% will benefit the charities).
Let’s Jam! 2009
The International Special Events Society Greater Los Angeles Chapter (ISES-LA) presents “Let’s JAM! 2009.” This joint allied mixer is a party and trade show for those who need inspiration and looking to discover the latest industry tools to making your event special.
“Let’s JAM! 2009” will showcase talents and offer stellar connections, while tasting fantastic food from our many caterers in attendance and drinking in fresh ideas. Whether planning a holiday party, wedding, birthday, conference, meeting, trade show, team building, reunion, fundraiser, gala, or social gathering, ISES-LA “Let’s JAM! 2009” is all about honing talents, showcasing skills, working with like-minded people to be the best we can be, in business and in life. See fresh talent, inspiring ideas, delicious food and high spirits that make this trade show so spectacular.
The backdrop for “Let’s JAM!2009” is the historic Millennium Biltmore located in downtown Los Angeles: so grab your business cards and get ready to work some great connections while enjoying the opulence and style of one of L.A/s most desirable venues.
The Palm Springs International Film Festival and Awards Gala
Celebrating its 21st anniversary, The Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF), scheduled from January 5-18, 2010, plans to screen more than 200 films from approximately 60 countries. The Festival presents a majority of the films submitted for consideration in the Best Foreign Language category for the Academy Awards, as well as a large number of American independent and international features and documentaries marking their world, North American or U.S. premieres.
The Festival will open with its glamorous annual black tie Awards Gala on Tuesday, January 5, 2010 at the Palm Springs Convention Center at 5pm. Hosted by Entertainment Tonight’s Mary Hart, the Awards Gala will honor individuals in the film industry with awards for acting, directing, achievement in film scoring and lifetime achievement. Last year’s Festival honored Amy Adams, Anne Hathaway, Clint Eastwood, Dakota Fanning, Dustin Hoffman, Frieda Pinto, Gus Van Sant, Ron Howard, Sean Penn, Alexandre Desplat and the cast of Revolutionary Road.