SAN PEDRO, Calif. – Feb. 12, 2019 – Cabrillo Way Marina in the outer harbor at the Port of Los Angeles has received a 2018 Boaters’ Choice Award by marinas.com. The marina is owned by the Port of Los Angeles and operated by Westrec Marinas.
The 9th annual Remember The Music event is coming up September 15 at Ernie Howlett Park in conjunction with the City of Rolling Hills Estates Celebration.
Remember The Music is an annual roots music festival benefitting Alzheimer's disease research organized by Betty's Foundation. The foundation was inspired by Grandmother, Betty, who loved music and dancing. She and her husband were square dance champions many years ago in Ohio. Grandma Betty lived with Alzheimer’s for 16 years before finally giving in September, 2012.
SS Lane Victory will honor the 17 merchant seamen from San Pedro who lost their lives in service to their country with a commemorative plaque to be dedicated on Saturday, June 23 at 3 p.m.
The ship was built in San Pedro and served from World War II through the Vietnam War. Today it is a museum of memorial dedicated to the U.S. Merchant Marine.
SS Lane Victory
3600 Miner Street, Waterfront
Once again, the Southern California Restaurant Writers (SCRW) feted The Admiral Risty with three prestigious awards shown off by Owner, Wayne Judah, namely a Five-Star Award for cuisine and service, the Golden Bacchus Award for its extensive fine wine selection, and an Award of Merit for Sunday Brunch.
The awards were presented at the SCRW’s 44th Annual Awards Banquet held March 19 at the Orange Hill Restaurant in Orange. For more information visit admiralristy.com.
The San Pedro Art Association will hold a craft fair from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, April 21 in partnership with St. Peter's Episcopal Church at 1648 W. 9th Street, adjacent to Weymouth Corners in San Pedro.
The craft fair will feature local artists, crafters and jewelers showing and selling their hand crafted work. There will also be a children's craft station run by local artists.
From exhibitions to classes to performances to anything you can imagine in the arts! That's Angels Gate Cultural Center. Be sure to read this month's The Gate newsletter to find out what's going on at this great institution. And you'll find plenty you want to do!
Saturday, March 10
10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Spring will soon be upon us, and we are in our preparation for a new cycle and fresh beginning. That being said, we are hosting a mural decommission and arbor take down day, on Saturday. You are all invited to partake and share words!
We can imagine this may come as a surprise to anyone who contributed time, energy, labor and prayers to the mural wall and arbor. We hope to share Native/Indigenous history and legacy with more permanent and approved structures in the future.