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Congratulations to Ms. Hall from Cleveland Charter HS for her
Teacher of the Year Award from Encino Chamber of Commerce!

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Reseda Neighborhood Council Meetings & Happenings

Saturday, March 28, 2015

11:00 AM
Newsletter Committee
Aura’s Restaurant
18401 Sherman Way
Park in rear.

Monday, April 6, 2015

7:00 PM
Reseda Neighborhood Council General Meeting
Council District #3
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.


RIDE RESEDA RIDES ON THIS SUNDAY

What is next? After CicLAValley. Join us on Sunday, March 29, 9:00 AM for an easy ride of 12-15 miles around Reseda and neighboring areas. Bike path, bike lanes, side street, and sidewalks when needed are usually used for Ride Reseda rides. Helmet, water, visible clothing, sunglasses/sunblock, cell phone, TAP card, spare money should always be part of your rides.

For more info, email Joe at recreationbyjoe@yahoo.com or call 818 348-8884. Ride Reseda will be modifiying the ride for the following Sundays ride on Easter. Stay tuned to this batchannel, Robin.

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TLC IS NOW ENROLLING PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM

The Therapeutic Living Center For The Blind is now enrolling for its pre-school program.

If you have a child that is 3-5 years of age, are you looking for a high quality education for your child, do you desire a supportive and inclusive learning environment?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, call 818-708-4948
TLC Pre-School Program, 7815 Lindley Ave.

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RESEDA BUSINESS MIXER CHANGED TO APRIL 28TH

If you are part of the Reseda business community, you are invited to a FREE Business Mixer on April 28th. The Mixer will be held at the Everest College, 18040 Sherman Way, 5th floor begins at 6:00 PM.

This will be a great opportunity to connect with your fellow business community members and share knowledge and information about the current transformation beginning to take place in the Reseda Business District and how this will impact our collective future.

Bring your business cards to pass around as you introduce your business to the group.

RSVP to gcarlson@resedacouncil.org or 818-419-2513.


SENIOR SYMPOSIUM 2015 IS SCHEDULED AND REGISTRATION IS OPEN

Save the Date for our 2015 Senior Symposium! Please join us Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 8:00am to 2:30pm 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 https://eventbrite.com/event/15143218775/ 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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FUN-A-DAY RESEDA WEEK #3: THE FINAL WEEKEND

Not only does tonight mark the beginning of the last weekend of Fun A Day Reseda, but it also marks the last weekend of the current 11:11 Travelling Gallery in Reseda. If you haven’t stopped by yet, this is your last opportunity.

A pop-up art gallery popped up on Sherman Way in early 2015. The comeback story and arts movement kept soaring. Were you a part of it?

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Exhibit opening Friday March 13th. Live music and fun every weekend through March 29th.

Fun A Day originated in Philadelphia, at the Art Clash Collective. Philly is celebrating their 11th annual Fun A Day. The basic premise is that you choose a creative project, work on it every day in January, then have a big group show to celebrate and share your Art.

Different people have interpreted the simple premise in a variety of ways. Most choose to do a series of works, and show 31 pieces in their city’s Fun A Day Exhibit. Any medium is acceptable, one could make a cupcake a day for Fun A Day. The main idea is to make something, create something, and have fun doing it.

Some people have used Fun A Day as a vehicle to experiment and try something new. Some have used their January to finish a project, or indulge in a silly project that their Arty peers might not take seriously. Some have used Fun A Day for introspection, journaling, writing poems or postcards. Drawing, painting, photos, fiber, jewelry, all in. Fun A Day is not judged or juried. Fun A Day is for fun. This year, people are writing, painting, taking photographs, and hula hooping throughout our area.

In every city that hosts a Fun A Day there are projects that show up as a complete surprise when it is time to hang the show.

Reseda hosted the very first Fun A Day in LA last year. It was a great success, enjoyed by many for one weekend. At the end of that weekend, everyone wished for the exhibit to hang up longer.

This year, the exhibit will be up for two weeks in the new 11:11ACC gallery space on Sherman Way. The public is invited to see the work and party with live music on the three weekends of the exhibit. A wide variety of musicians will be bringing music back to Sherman Way.

Sal and Jason Guiterezz, Jimmy Angel, Helen Kelly and Chris, Dr Paul and Reisa, The Black Phoebes, Guy Bufkin, and John Kaye will all be performing, with additional musicians joining in to jam and have fun. A lot of original music will be performed Friday and Saturday nights, along with favorite covers. Have some refreshments, and hang out.

Activities include a yarnbombing workshop with Julie Kornblum on Saturday afternoon March 14. Yarnbombing? Julie says, “Yarnbombing is knit, crochet, and other things made of yarn that are attached to objects outdoors and in the public realm,” like graffiti.

Sunday March 15 Spike Dolomite Ward will teach a fun workshop for kids, who also will be taking their work to the street.

Sunday March 22 is for Plein Air live painting on the streets. Specifically Sherman Way and Reseda Blvd. These two streets have been designated Great Streets by the City of Los Angeles. We are going out with oil or acrylic or watercolor or pastel or aerosol to make images from our Great Streets. The paintings will remain in the gallery for the public to vote for their favorite.

What is there to see on Sherman Way and Reseda? You have to look. That is what Artists do. They look and make images that alter the way the audience sees the scene. Come to 11:11 the last two weeks of March, and see your community in a new light!

Contact us on our Facebook Community Page https://www.facebook.com/FunADayReseda

11:11 ACC http://www.1111acc.org/

Look for the evolving calendar and additional activities. You can contact me at cckimono@gmail.com I do these activities because I just want to paint.

Chloe C.


ICONIC KARATE KID ‘SOUTH SEAS APARTMENTS’
IN RESEDA HITS THE MARKET FOR $4.75 MILLION

San Fernando Valley Blog article here.

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