- Business Advocacy
The Academy of Special Dreams Foundation believes that all persons, regardless of their disabilities, should have equal opportunities to express their talents and to be successful in the arts.
Hallowscream activities included the annual costume contest and trick-or-treating.
Studies show that students who learn two or more languages have stronger, healthier brains with more connections to both right and left hemispheres and more flexible thinking, and they are more sought-after job candidates.
The beneficiary of this year’s event was Camp Ta Ta Pochon, which after three years of idleness because of the Lake Fire, needs significant upgrading to support a safe venue for summer camping.
On Sept. 18, the Alhambra Rotary Club recognized Mark Paulson as A Person of Action.
As always, the luncheon will feature local community and business leaders who will serve lunch while in costume.
Young Frankenstein opens in October.
Inesita is a renowned Spanish dance artist who has performed in all-solo concerts internationally including Madrid, London, Liverpool, Paris, New York City, Mexico City, and Valletta, Malta. American tours have taken her to communities from coast to coast.
Grace Chung began her musical studies at the age of 4, and her love of music has continually grown since then.
The festival will be on Valley Boulevard from Garfield to Almansor and includes 250 booths, some with featured activities, such as a dragon boat rowing station, an auto square, children's workshops, a health fair, and cultural demonstrations that provide festival-goers with a taste of Asian culture.
National Health Center Week Health Fairs Celebration
Join us for the 25th Annual Alhambra Police Foundation Golf Tournament! Help support our Alhambra Police Department and our Children And Mentors program!
Special Event!Includes Family Funzone carnival, a chance at meeting Seabiscuit, and all proceeds helps fund the Alhambra Emergency First Responders Fund.
Free story-time for children up to 12 years old.