Visiting The Tolucan Times
Open House Grand Opening
Tamar Poladian Perron, Esq. requests your presence to their Grand Opening Celebration. Enjoy an evening with friends, colleagues, and neighbors.
Please join the Open House celebration at the new location in Toluca Lake. It’s a party!
Hors d’oeuvres & Wine will be served. Luca’s Lounge will be open downstairs offering Open House Drink Specials!
Perron Law Group
10556 Riverside Dr.
Friday, April 25, 6-9 p.m.
Chris & Maggie Sing
Landmark Toluca Lake coffee shop, Priscilla’s Gourmet Coffee Tea and Gifts (4150 W. Riverside Dr.) is hosting Los Angeles based folk-acoustic/singer-songwriter duo Chris & Maggie every Saturday night from 9—10:30 p.m. Chris is originally from the East Coast and writes melodic and heartfelt songs driven by honest lyrics that are based on his experiences. Maggie is from L.A., sings backing vocals, and illustrates posters and all artwork for the band. The event is free of charge and is a great opportunity to have a delicious gourmet latte or tea and listen to some soulful and relaxing music.
Free C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team) Course
Studio City Neighborhood Council is proudly sponsoring CERT 1 Classes.
Classes are FREE to the public and your CERT instructor will be LAFD Firefighter McKnight.
First-Aid/CPR/AED* also offered (fee required*). The information and knowledge you will gain is PRICELESS!
You will learn such basics life-saving skills as:
- Manage public utility functions and safely put out small fires.
- How to prevent the three “Medical Killers” by opening airways, controlling bleeding, and treating for shock.
- Provide basic emergency medical aid to your neighbor.
- Search for and rescue accident victims safely.
- Organize yourselves and other CERT volunteers to be effective rescuers.
- Collect disaster intelligence to support First Responder efforts.
CBS Studio Center (MPR-9)
4024 Radford Ave.
Thursday, April 10, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
RSVP to: email@example.com
National Poetry Month
The North Hollywood Library is having a special program to celebrate National Poetry Month with an open reading, music, books, and refreshments. The readings by the host group La Luciernaga will be in Spanish but the open mike portion can be read in any language.
North Hollywood Regional Library
5211 Tujunga Ave.
Sunday, April 6, 2—4 p.m.
EXTRA EXTRA! Not to Be Missed!
It’s the final weekend to catch Tommy Smith’s FIREMEN which is finishing its second extension with the Echo Theater Company. A play centered around the controversial subject of teacher/student relationships set in Washington State during the tumultuous years of Desert Storm, Firemen challenges the idea of what we become when Cupid’s arrow abruptly strikes. A stellar cast (led by an intense Ian Bamberg), genuine dialogue, and unnerving, true-to-life subject matter make Firemen a play not to be missed.
The Atwater Village Theatre
3269 Casitas Ave.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, April 11—13
For tickets visit EchoTheaterCompany.com.
Writers & Photographers Wanted
Are you an outgoing person who’d like to cover the “beat” of the Valley? We’re looking for experienced photographers & writers to profile local businesses in our paper. If you think this is you, shoot us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.