April 21, 2011, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Ramona Middle School Open House
Ramona Middle School
Come see the band and chorus perform, check out the science projects and talk to the teachers who are molding the minds of your youngsters.
April 23, 2011, 10 a.m.
Easter Egg Hunt
Las Flores Park, 3175 Bolling and Emerald Park, corner of Genesse and Chelsea
For ages, 1 to 12, this event is sponsored by the La Verne Rotary in conjunction with the City’s Community Services Department. Goodies include eggs, candy and prizes so bring your basket.
April 23, 2011
Downtown La Verne
More than 1,000 Classic Cars, Hot Rods, Exotics, Trucks and Motorcycles converge on downtown La Verne in of Southern California’s largest display of cruising classics. Free. For more info, call (909) 593-6208.
April 30/May 1
Celebration of the Arts
Church of the Brethren (Bonita and E St.)
Community artists working in every media display their art and creativity in a two-day celebration highlighting the creative impulse in all of us. For more info, please call (909) 593-1364 or visit www.arts-laverne.org.
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May 14, 2011, 2 p.m.
Duo Recital – Dmitry Koudymov, Classical Guitarist, with Brian Barany
La Verne Library
The program opens with a journey through the landscape of 19th century Europe with works by Johann Mertz and Mauro Giuliani. For contrast, the duo transitions to a specially commissioned piece composed by Jon Brenner, which presents Purcell’s Baroque theme through the lens of the 21st century. From there, the journey continues with folk music from Mexico as conceived by neo-classical composer Manuel Ponce. Rounding out the performance, Celso Machado’s infectious and earthy Brazilian rhythms find great expression through the colors of the nylon strings.
May 21, 2011, 1 p.m.
The Art of Tea
La Verne Library Meeting Room
Presented by Linda Louie of the Bana Tea Company. Learn the History of tea, the six categories of tea and the story of the two types of Pu’erh tea: Raw and Ripe Pu’erh