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NORTH HOLLYWOOD

E-Cycling Event
St. Charles Church will be hosting a “Free E-Cycling Event” sponsored by Rotary Clubs of North Hollywood and Van Nuys. E-Waste is defined as any consumer electronic equipment that has reached its “end of life-usage,” whether is in full or non-working condition, for example: TVs, home entertainment systems (VCR and DVD), computers, monitors, phones, etc. No large appliances will be accepted, such as stoves, refrigerators, microwaves, washers, dryers, etc.

St. Charles Holy Family Service Center
Parking Lot
10825 Moorpark St.
Saturday, Feb. 18, 9 a.m.—3 p.m.

BURBANK

Volunteers Needed
Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center’s Senior Peer Counseling Program is looking for volunteers.

  • Do people say that you are a good listener?
  • Do you like helping people?
  • Are you interested in psychology?

Training will be provided. Call Carolyn Young, LCSW, at (818) 847-3845 or email carolyn.young@providence.org for more information.

Oldest American to Summit Mt. Everest
William M. Burke is the only person to climb the highest mountain on every continent after reaching age 60. In April 2012 he is returning to Asia and will attempt to summit Mt. Everest from both the south and north sides, a feat that has never been accomplished.
He was raised in Burbank and graduated from Burbank High in 1960 before going into corporate law for over 40 years.
The Burbank Historical Society is having a program where Bill will present a video/photo slideshow of his expeditions. Admission is free.

Gordon R. Howard Museum, 115 N. Lomita St.
Saturday, Feb. 18

Parking is in rear at 1100 W. Clark. For more information, visit Bill’s website at eightsummits.com or call the Burbank Historical Society at (818) 841-6333.

Open House — Power Brain Kids
Come to an Open House for a presentation on Power Brain Kids, a brain & body-based innovative and fun program for children ages 5 and up. Regular classes are tailored to make children get to know their brain and bodies to be more happy, healthy, confident, and less-stressed. There is a focus on character building to help them build harmonious social relationships.

Body & Brain Holistic Wellness & Yoga Center
1054 West Alameda Ave.
Saturday, Feb. 18, 11 a.m.—Noon

To RSVP, call (818) 846-8888.

Burroughs High’s Texas Hold’Em
The John Burroughs High School Baseball Program will host a Texas Hold’Em poker tournament. Proceeds to support program.

Elks Lodge
2232 N. Hollywood Way
Saturday, Feb. 18, 6 p.m.

Call (818) 841-7034 for more information.

Pasadena Society of Artists
The Pasadena Society of Artists (PSA) is proud to present its 87th Annual Juried Exhibition at the Creative Arts Center Gallery. Join us at the opening reception and awards presentation on Friday, Feb. 3, 7 p.m.—9 p.m. Eight awards will be presented during the opening reception. View 60 works of art selected by juror Meher McArthur and meet the professional artists who created their art especially for this exhibition. Meher McArthur said, “The superb quality and the wide range of styles and techniques of the submitted artwork made my job challenging but very enjoyable.”

The Creative Arts Center Gallery
1100 West Clark Ave.
Feb. 3–23

Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 9 a.m.—8 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.—7 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Please contact the Gallery at (818) 238-5397 for additional information.

ALL OVER

The Rescue Train
Sweet news! Announcing The Rescue Train’s Free Spay & Neuter Clinic: The Rescue Train volunteers are hitting the streets.
In 2012 their mobile clinics will be traveling into neighborhoods in need with high-kill shelters to hit the root of the problem of pet overpopulation!
Tax deductible donations go to spay/neuter the pet of a low income family preventing countless numbers of puppies and kittens from being born. Many of these animals would end up in our city and county shelters only to face euthanasia due to pet overpopulation.

10$ = Free Vaccines for a Dog or Cat
100$ = One Spay/Neuter Surgery

Visit http://therescuetrain.org/donate.php for clinic details.

LOS ANGELES

A Jew Grows in Brooklyn
A Jew Grows in Brooklyn, starring Jake Ehrenreich, returns to Gindi Auditorium at American Jewish University for a strictly limited 15-performance engagement. The show played to sold out houses last February — and is returning to Los Angeles by popular demand.
Ehrenreich has given more than 2,000 performances of the show — including eighteen months off-Broadway — sharing with audiences all over North America, with warmth and humor, the laughter and the tears of growing up the first American-born child of Polish Holocaust survivors.
Along the way, Ehrenreich, backed by a live band and multi-media production, performs everything from a classic rock medley to bits from the Catskills and even a Christmas medley of songs by Jewish songwriters — the popular music of both his and his parents’ generations.

American Jewish University
15600 Mulholland Dr.
Tuesday, Feb. 7—Saturday, Feb. 25;
Monday—Thursday and Saturday Evenings
at 8 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 19, at 2 p.m. & 5 p.m.

Please note no performances on Feb. 10, 11, 12, 17, & 24. To charge tickets call (866) 811-4111 or visit www.ajewgrowsinbrooklyn.com.

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