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Reseda Neighborhood Council Meetings & Happenings

Sunday, January 25, 2015

SPEND $25 ON THE 25TH IN RESEDA

Monday, January 26, 2015

7:00 PM
Reseda Neighborhood Council
City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield’s District Office
19040 Vanowen St.
Agenda  <– click here to see what issues you may want to participate in to move Reseda forward

Monday, February 2, 2015

7:00 PM
Reseda Neighborhood Council
City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield’s District Office
19040 Vanowen St.

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Our website continues to have new and updated information about YOUR Reseda community. Last week, the latest Special Edition of SHOPRESEDA Card and Spend $25 on the 25th specials at about 200 Reseda Locations was posted. Also the Reseda Business Directory has been updated and has lots of information to help you shop in Reseda.

A special thank you to all of our gracious hosts for our various meetings, including American Legion Hall, Aura’s Restaurant, Cleveland High School, Continental Art Supplies, Reseda Park Rec Center, St. Catherine of Siena School and Parish Auditorium, VEDC Business Source Center, City Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s District Office, West Valley LAPD Station, Athenian Grill, West Valley Public Library and more locations to come. 


BIKE WITH BOB! 2ND ANNUAL COMMUNITY BIKE RIDE THIS SATURDAY

From Councilmember Blumenfield’s Facebook page:

This Saturday! Join the 2nd Annual Community Bike Ride with Councilmember Bob Blumenfield starting from the Reseda District office at 9am. 

More: http://blumenfield.lacity.org/ride2015

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11:11 A CREATIVE COLLECTIVE BRINGS TRAVELLING GALLERY TO RESEDA
VALLEY SKATE CULTURE EXHIBIT OPENS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7TH

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The 11:11 ACC Traveling Gallery moves to Reseda.
Grand opening with exhibit highlighting the San Fernando Valley Skateboard Culture
Saturday, February 7th, 2015

Reseda, CA – February 7th, 2015 - 11:11 A Creative Collective, the leading San Fernando Valley Arts organization moves into new location and continues the streak of professionally curated, boundary pushing visual arts exhibits at their new Traveling Gallery at 18343 Sherman Way in Reseda, Ca. The new location’s grand opening exhibit, scheduled for February 7th from 7-11 pm, features over 100 local artists who have created artwork inspired by the San Fernando Valley skateboard culture and artwork on skate decks.  This collaboration show between 11:11 ACC and skate apparel company, Val Jerks – based out of Canoga Park, is supported by the Reseda Renaissance,  an arts activism group and sponsored by 818 Brewing, Canoga Park, who will be providing their most popular 4 styles of craft beer brews- proceeds benefitting 11:11 ACC.

‘Gracias Por Nada – The SFV skate Culture’ will feature over 200 pieces of artwork including painted skateboards, sculptures highlighting the valley’s best skateboard spots, and artwork for and by participants in the skateboard culture. With participation by many of the valley’s best tattoo artists, professional skateboarders, and some of SFV’s top emerging artists, ‘Gracias Por Nada’ is a reaction to the fact that the Valley skate scene never quite got the attention that our over-the-hill counter parts have. To them we say, “Thanks for nothing!”  

The Valley has a rich, extensive skateboard history. Though not as recognized as the Santa Monica, Venice or Hermosa Beach scenes, the valley has created it’s own close-knit and vibrant skate culture. So much so that for decades teens have flooded, boards in hand to the suburbs’ schools and strip malls, internationally popular video games like Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater featured multiple valley locations where players could choose to skate and the cult classic film ‘Thrashin’ had rival skate gangs fighting over love and notoriety. The famous line, said by a Venice Beach skater to a rival Valley skater, “Beat it, you Val Jerk!” 

100% of the proceeds of this event will benefit the creation of the first San Fernando Valley skateboarding non profit organization serving at risk youth and 11:11 ACC’s public art and mural efforts.  

About 11:11 ACC: 

11:11 A Creative Collective’s vision is to help the San Fernando Valley become a strong and independent artistic community that will develop as a thriving and accessible destination for those seeking an innovative and unique culturally enriching experience.

11:11 A Creative Collective believes that the Valley not only needs an artistic hub, but also has great potential to become a strong creative community that actively engages its nearly 2 million residents. The organization is committed to recognizing and celebrating artists of all backgrounds and experience who produce exceptional and innovative work. Within this mission, 11:11 ACC has created dozens of art events and programs throughout the San Fernando Valley including the annual Canoga Park Art Walk, as well as the facilitation of over half a dozen murals and public art projects in 2014 alone.

Traveling Gallery, Reseda:

Reseda has its very first Traveling Gallery featuring established and emerging artists from all regions of the San Fernando Valley and beyond.  Presented by the burgeoning Art Collective, 11:11 ACC, the traveling gallery features an exclusive selection of art retail as well as expertly curated art installations and exhibits. The Reseda traveling gallery has become an alternative art space and venue which hosts regular music events and concerts, open mic and poetry readings, workshops, classes and sketch drawing events as well as a local hub for artists and art lovers to convene, collaborate and create. Regular business hours are Friday & Saturday 1-9pm and Sunday 1-7pm with extended hours for special events.  Please see the online Calendar of events for more information.

Contact:
Erin Stone
818-689-1778
erin@1111acc.org
www.1111acc.org

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SPEND $25 ON THE 25TH

Sunday is the 25th of the month and our Spend $25 on the 25th of the Month in Reseda program continues in its 4th year.

We encourage each of you to spend some money in Reseda on that day and where ever you do, mention that you are participating in the program to build our Reseda Business Community. You might also check out the Reseda Business Directory and see if where you are spending the money offers a discount or special price.

On this day, SHOPRESEDA Cards aren’t necessary, but remember that they work on any day of the month for those that honor them.

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SENIOR SYMPOSIUM 2015

Save the Date for our 2015 Senior Symposium! Please join us Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM at the ONEgeneration Senior Enrichment Center for a day of great speakers, vendors, health screenings, raffles and FREE lunch. Registration is now open so please call the main office at 818-705-2345 to sign up today or go to www.eventbrite.com/onegeneration to register online. FREE admission but you must register in advance. If you have any questions please call the main office at 818-705-2345. Thank you and we will see you at the Symposium!

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BINGO! AT ONEGENERATION

Please join us on Friday, February 13, 2015 for an afternoon of Bingo to help raise money for the ONEgeneration Senior Enrichment Center.  There will be 5 games played so there are plenty of chances to win! The first four games will have a winner prize valued over $50, with additional prizes given out and the last game of the day will include Super Bingo! with a prize valued over $200. This is a great chance to help support our local senior community while having fun and maybe winning some great prizes as well. Please see the attached flyer for more information on pricing and how to register. For more information please call 818-705-2345 or email volunteer@onegeneration.org. Don’t wait, sign up today!


JANUARY RESEDA NEWSLETTERS ARE ONLINE

Take a look at the latest issue of the Reseda Neighborhood Council newsletter online in both English and Spanish, if you haven’t already picked up your copy from racks at many locations throughout the community.

English version
Spanish version

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HUNTING FOR A JOB?

The West Valley Library will be holding a Job Workshop. It will be presented by the Canoga Park/South Valley WorkSource Center to help you learn how they can help you find a job.

If you are looking for a job, this may help you.

Join them on January 28 at 4:00 PM.

The West Valley Library is located at 19036 Vanowen St.

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THE FIRST CICLAVIA IN THE VALLEY ON SUNDAY MARCH 22

CicLAviaCicLAvia will make the San Fernando Valley its home on March 22 when Metro Presents CicLAvia – The Valley takes place from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The first CicLAvia of 2015 represents the inaugural visit of LA’s renowned open streets event to the Valley. Participants will be able to travel between North Hollywood and Studio City on car-free streets, using foot, pedal and non-motorized wheel power.

Metro Presents CicLAvia – The Valley runs 5.5 miles along Lankershim Boulevard between the North Hollywood Metro Red Line stop at Chandler Boulevard and the Universal Studio Red Line stop, and along Ventura Boulevard between Campo de Cahuenga and Coldwater Canyon. The route will highlight some of the gems of the East Valley including the North Hollywood Arts District, Universal City, the historic Campo de Cahuenga, Studio City Farmers Market and the famed Sportsmen’s Lodge.

The Valley route is made possible with a grant from Metro Los Angeles.


MAGNOLIA SCIENCE ACADEMY LOTTERY

The waiting list lottery for the 2015-2016 school year will take place on February 5, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.

It should be an exciting event, and we encourage you to come. Please join us at:

MAGNOLIA SCIENCE ACADEMY-7
18355 Roscoe Blvd., Northridge, CA 91325
(Event Location Details: Multipurpose Room.)

Currently all grade levels are at capacity. A lottery will be held to determine waitlist order.

Applicants will receive a letter indicating their number on the waiting list for their grade level. As any space is released, it will be offered to the next applicant on the waiting list.

If you have any questions, please call the school office at 818-886-0585

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