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The La Cañada Thursday Club is hosting a huge estate sale in their courtyard ‪on Saturday, Feb. 26 from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.‬ ‬‬‬‬‬‬Sale items include art, china, collectibles, crystal, furniture, garden items, holiday décor, housewares, jewelry, sporting goods, toys and vintage items. Everything is priced to sell!

The historic Thursday Clubhouse is located at ‪4440 Woodleigh Lane‬. Admission is free and there is plenty of parking. As a philanthropic organization, proceeds from this event support the Club’s local student scholarships and special non-profit groups. Check ‪‬‬‬‬‬‬ for club information. ‬‬‬‬‬‬
For questions about the courtyard sale contact Sheri Morton at ‪‬‬‬‬‬‬.

As part of Discovery Cube Los Angeles’ Feb. 26-27 “Science of Dance Weekend,” Benita Bike’s DanceArt will present a dance discovery program on Saturday, Feb. 26 at 2 p.m. at Discovery Cube LA, 11800 Foothill Blvd., Los Angeles, 91342. Those who pre-register by emailing will receive a free ticket. Attendance of this event is also included with general admission at Discovery Cube. This performance is supported, in part, by the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Dept. and Discovery Cube Los Angeles.

Pasadena Heritage’s spring tours, scheduled in February and March, are a drive-yourself tour of three early neighborhoods or of famed architect Paul R. Williams’ Pasadena homes. In-person tours include the Civic Center, featuring several fountains and courtyards, and Macy’s, formerly Bullock’s Pasadena, the nation’s first post-war suburban department store are also available. The tour premiers on Sunday, Feb. 27.

To learn more and to purchase tickets, which raise from $18 – $22, visit

On March 1 at 7 p.m. join David Eisenberg, program chair for the Verdugo Hills Group of the Sierra Club, and Pat Kramer, program chair for the Crescenta Valley Group of the Sierra Club, for an informative question and answer session with members of Montrose Search and Rescue team and trainers from the Sierra Club’s Wilderness Training Course as they shed light on the problems they most often see on the trail that lead to injuries, accidents and the need for rescues. Learn how to avoid these issues by being better prepared.

Advance RSVP is required. Space is limited. Please use the RSVP link to register.

Glendale Beautiful, in cooperation with Glendale’s Community Services and Parks Dept., will hold Arbor Day observances on March 1 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Casa Adobe de San Rafael, 1330 Dorothy Drive in Glendale. All are invited to the community-wide effort by contributing to the purchase of a tree!

After the last few years of intense drought and tree loss, community contributions are more important than ever. To cope with these challenges and changes, a 24-inch box size trees (“specimen trees”) are available for $150. The option of supporting trees throughout the city is available for a suggested donation of $75. Contributions will be used to help reforest and care for all the trees in local parks and public areas. Go to to process a donation online (includes processing fee) or to download the donation form and mail in with a check.

For questions contact Chris Chorebanian at or call (747) 228-2688.

The Campbell Center is hosting a virtual event on March 5 via Zoom inspired by the 1985 film, “Back to the Future.”

“Back to the Virtual Fundraiser” is a night of entertainment featuring performances from internationally renowned a capella singers The Newfangled Four singing songs across the decades featured in the movie and world-class magician John Guastaferro. There will also be an online auction and a 1950s costume showcase featuring the Associates served by The Campbell Center.

The proceeds from the event will support the organization’s mission of empowering adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities through supported employment, community integration, and residential services.

To purchase tickets and sponsorships, visit

Little Landers Historical Society is hosting cultural journalist Victoria Lautman on March 12 for the monthly 2nd Saturday program. Lautman will share the story of Millard Sheets, the creator of the distinctive mosaics and murals on the former Home Savings buildings (now Chase Bank) and more. Lautman will present the many lesser-known creations and wide range of work of this talented artist, designer and entrepreneur.

This event is free and open to the public and everyone is welcome.
It takes place at 1 p.m. at the Bolton Hall Museum, home of Little Landers Historical Society, 10110 Commerce Ave., Tujunga.

Additional information is available from Little Landers Historical Society, (818) 352-3420 or or email

Calling all graduates from John Burroughs High School class of 1962!
The 60th year class reunion celebration will be held at the Burbank Elks Lodge at 2232 N. Hollywood Way in Burbank on Saturday, June 25 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Come and renew old friendships, share memories and catch up on what’s new. The Reunion Committee has planned an evening of fine dining, music enjoyed “back in the day” in addition to video and photo opportunities to capture the moments of this grand event. We want everyone to attend so if you know of classmates who haven’t heard of this event, please let them know. The reunion committee strives to contact as many grads as possible.

JBHS Class of 1962 only: Have a fav song from our era? Submit the song title and song artist(s) as a reunion celebration playlist is being created. Send your selection to and thank you in advance. This is going to be so much fun so don’t miss out!!

For more information, please contact Chuck Chavoor at

“Team 74” is planning a 50th high school reunion in 2024. Friends and graduates of Verdugo Hills High School are invited to attend to trade stories of family, careers, adventures and anything else.

Currently Team 74 is in the planning phase of collecting names and numbers of classmates and putting together a database; emails from classmates can be received at Information should include a mailing address, cell number and graduate’s name at graduation (if different than now).

A list of frequently asked questions will be provided to keep everyone updated as the reunion plans move forward. Those who belong to various VHHS groups will see redundant information to ensure all classmates are notified and have an opportunity to attend.

At this time the FB VHHS groups will be the reunion information outlet until a more focused site is created.