Hermosa Beach – Valley Park, Valley & Gould
Wednesday, July 15 at 7pm: The Tempest
Thursday, July 16 at 7pm: As You Like It
Very steep hill – low beach chairs, and blankets are best. Gets a little damp and chilly. You have to park in the surrounding neighborhood and walk in.
Manhattan Beach – Polliwog Park, 1601 Manhattan Beach Boulevard
Friday, August 14 at 7pm: The Tempest
Saturday, August 15 at 7pm: As You Like It
Chairs are fine – low Beach chairs are nicest for those behind you. Also chilly and tends to get a little damp. Greek Amphitheater type venue in center of park – not visible from the street. You have to park a little ways away and walk in.
Rancho Palos Verdes – Fred Hesse Jr. Community Park, 29301 Hawthorne Boulevard
Sunday, July 12 at 7pm: As You Like It
Huge grassy field with bowl-like corner where audience can place seats – low chairs best for areas with rise. Blankets a must. Starts out warm/hot, but marine layer floats in by intermission – layers of warm clothing a must.
Rancho Palos Verdes – Green Hills Memorial Park, 27501 South Western Avenue
Wednesday, July 29 at 7pm: As You Like It
Flat grassy area. Bring your own chairs and blankets. Wear layers as it tends to get damp and chilly.
Rancho Palos Verdes – Terranea Resort, 100 Terranea Way
Thursday, July 23 at 7pm: The Tempest
No outside food permitted. Food and beverage available for purchase onsite. $10 parking.
Torrance – Wilson Park Gazebo, 2200 Crenshaw Boulevard
Friday, July 31 at 8pm: The Tempest
Saturday, August 1 at 8pm: As You Like It
Open grassy area by the gazebo – come early to get close. Greek Amphitheatre. Sloped lawn gets steeper the further you get from the playing space. Low beach chairs or blankets work best. Warm layered clothing recommended.
Shakespeare by the Sea is a non-profit organization whose mission is to ignite imagination, promote literacy and offer a venue for technical and performing artists to exercise their passion.
So grab a few lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic basket and settle in for a theater production by the greatest playwright of all time.
These shows are free and open to the public. All seating is on a first come, first serve basis.
Point Vicente Park/Civic Center 30940 Hawthorne Boulevard Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
Celebrate Independence Day in RPV!
Games and Rides ~ Jim Gamble Puppet Show ~ Petting Zoo ~ Arts and Crafts Vendors ~ Helicopter Rides ~ Live Music ~ Pie Eating and Hula Hoop contests ~ Food Vendors ~ Free Admission ~ Free Shuttle Service along Hawthorne
Onsite Parking $5.00
July 4, 2015 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Malaga Cove School 300 Paseo del Mar Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274
Thursday, July 4th beginning at 9:30 AM on the lawn at Malaga Cove School we will be celebrating our 52nd Independence Day Celebration!
Join this Year’s Kenneth T. Norris Heritage of Freedom Award Recipient: Father Greg Boyle, S.J., Founder and Executive Director of Homeboy Industries.
Also onstage will be our Van Dine Family Americanism Award Winner – Sam Goldberg, The Peninsula Education Foundation founding president.
The biggest and best Fair in the South Bay is back! Don’t miss the fun, shopping and entertainment at the 28thAnnual Palos Verdes Street Fair and Music Festival, produced by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. Located on Norris Center Drive (formerly Crossfield Drive) in the Rolling Hills Estates business district, the Fair is one of the most popular in the South Bay.
Apr 15, 2015 to May 20, 2015 at the South Coast Botanic Garden
Are you interested in birds? Join Stephanie Bryan and Martin Byhower of the Palos Verdes/South Bay Audubon Society as they tour the Garden in search of birds. Bird walks are a great way to learn to identify birds. No experience is required, but binoculars are recommended. The group meets in the Courtyard and then heads out into the Garden.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary musical, CATS has endured as one of the most breathtaking theatrical experiences of all time. Inspired by a collection of T.S. Eliot’s poetry, the musical is the second longest-running show in Broadway history, and after more than 25 years, it remains a world-wide phenomenon. With its story of wonder and magic, dazzling choreography, whimsical feline costumes and magnificent score, including the hit song, “Memory,” CATS won seven Tony awards including Best Musical. The intimate setting of the Norris Theatre will bring you closer than ever to the stunning fantasy world of this spectacular musical. The memories will live forever!
April 25 & 26 from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the Ken Miller Recreation Center in Torrance
This annual event features demonstrations of Japanese dance, koto and shakuhachi music, traditional vocal music, taiko drums, shodo calligraphy, and origami.
Okinawa taiko & dance exhibition and martial arts performances such as kendo, judo, aikido and naginata and a kimono show. Beautiful ikebana (flower arranging) and bonsai and dolls are also on display.
Kamishibai Japanese story telling in English and Japanese both days. Games and crafts for kids. A fun and educational event for families and the community.
Japanese sweets (mochi & Okinawa dango) and food; yakisoba, curry rice and “plate lunches” available for purchase.
“Whale of a Day” is a festival celebrating the migration of the Pacific Gray Whale from its summer feeding grounds in the Bering and Chuchki Seas in Alaska to the winter breeding and calving grounds in Baja California. Migration viewing takes place December through April along the California South Bay coastline
There are activities for children ~ face painting, children’s crafts, chalk drawing, story telling, small children’s games ~ all at no charge. There are also exhibits, craft and food vendors and a raffle drawing.
Saturday, March 14, 2015 – Hermosa Beach Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
The Hermosa Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade began with a group of friends meeting at the old Fat Face Fenner’s Faloon on Hermosa Avenue in Hermosa Beach. Organized by Co-Chairs Jean Cullen and J Travers Devine, the first Annual Parade was presented in 1995 and was an instant success. Since then what began as a group of Irish-Americans celebrating their heritage has morphed into a great ‘hometown’ local event drawing thousands to the streets of Hermosa Beach each year in a great celebration of community while retaining important elements of Irish heritage and culture. – Click here to see more
The night before Directory phone books goes out to all Palos Verdes Peninsula residents, more than 100 volunteers prepare the phone book for delivery. A Big Thank YOU for all their hard work.
Click play button to watch the Time Lapse of the stuffing event:
This weekend the 2015 Palos Verdes Peninsula Directory will be delivered to every residence in PV. Watch for your local business and residential book to be hand delivered by Community Help Line’s over 400 Volunteers!
The PV Directory proceeds benefit the Palos Verdes Hills Nursery School in Rolling Hills, which has been educating our children for over 60 years. The parents at the school work diligently to stuff each directory and get it ready for delivery, with the help of local high school students. It is a real community effort!
If your residential listing is not in the book and you would like to add it for next year please go to www.PVLifetoday.com and fill out your information.
PVLifeToday.com is an on-line resource with a directory of local businesses from the book. It is an invaluable resource to find out the happenings in your neighborhood such as an events calendar, weather reports and special discounts.
Thanks to all the residents of PV for their support through the years. This year is the 60th year that the Directory has been arriving on your doorstep.