Month: August 2013

admin August 31, 2013

My loving wife who lived in Sierra Madre for over 25 years passed away August 11, 2013 at Santa Teresita Manor in Duarte, CA. Joanna was a member of St. Rita Church, a singer in the choir, and taught CCD classes. She was very active in many other organizations of the Church. Joanna is survived […]

admin August 31, 2013

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admin August 31, 2013

They are eighth-graders now, but they have already been to college! The thirteen local middle-school girls that attended Tech Trek Science/Math Camp on the Whittier College campus this summer will bring highlights of their camp experiences to the Monday, September 9 meeting of their sponsors, the Arcadia Branch of the American association of University Women […]

admin August 31, 2013

Thirty years in the making, ‘Mary of the Avenue” is a light-hearted, yet poignant original musical set during the dead of winter on the streets of New York City. It follows Carrie, an eager and engaging young woman as she sets out from her Midwestern town to find her mother who years before, left without […]

admin August 31, 2013

The Wisteria Thrift Shop, run by Sierra Madre Woman’s Club, will have their grand re-opening on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 5, 6 and 7, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The shop is located at the rear of Essick House, their historic Craftsman Clubhouse, 550 W. Sierra Madre Blvd., in Sierra Madre.Closed since June to […]

admin August 31, 2013

“The event calendar of the Arcadia Woman’s Club is filled with exciting events,” Announces President Cheryl Alberg, following the festive “A Night In The Tropics”, Dinner And Show chaired by Cynthia Aguilar August 17. The club is preparing for their Membership Brunch September 11.This is always a lovely affair and one of the members’ favorites. […]

admin August 31, 2013

MUSE/IQUE known for counter-conventional presentations that feel more like parties than formal concerts, announces “RAIL-BOUND SOUND!,” a musical rail-bound adventure from Pasadena to LA’s Union Station on Sunday, October 20,2013, 4 pm. The exclusive gala, limited to 100 guests, combines movement, music, spirits and supper as guests enjoy cocktails, music and designer “nibbles” on a […]

admin August 31, 2013

The Tap Chicks are seasoned tap dancers who dazzle with youthful energy. A favorite at the L.A. County Fair for many years, their previous performances at the Sierra Madre Playhouse have sold out.The Tap Chicks were originally formed at Pasadena Senior Center. They are choreographed by Pam Kay, who also provides musical accompaniment, comedy and […]

admin August 31, 2013

By Dorothy DenneWell folks, I am living proof that one is never too old to experience a first in life. Last week I had to call a Medicare 800 number to get clarification on an item. I’ve done that a couple of times previously with good success. So, I punched in the number. It rang […]