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November 2, 2011
Thanks to the organizers of the Harvest Festival in Kenneth Village on Saturday. The kids had a wonderful time and it was wonderful to see the families out enjoying a beautiful day in their neighborhood. Nothing cuter than a bunch of kids in Halloween costumes! It was great to see the creativity some of our residents have. Dr. Who and his killer robot stole the show. Fun was had by all and we are so happy to have a gem like Kenneth Village within walking distance from our home.
NEWS
By June Casagrande | April 14, 2011
If you’re like most people, you probably dangle a bit from time to time. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Even people familiar with the concept of dangling participles can let a dangler slip into the occasional email or memo. In fact, most of the professional writers I edit are vulnerable to one particular type of dangler — one so common and so subtle that, lately, I’ve been reconsidering whether it needs fixing at all. Here’s an example: “A popular annual event, the Harvest Festival’s main stage will feature live musical acts.” Here’s another: “An ideal hiking spot, the canyon’s gorgeous scenery astounds visitors.” To understand what, exactly, is dangling here, it’s worth pausing for a short refresher.
NEWS
November 3, 2001
Families enjoy festival of fun The YMCA of Glendale celebrated its Family Fall Festival on Oct. 20. Assemblyman Dario Frommer's office conducted fingerprinting for the youngsters, and the Glendale Police Department sent a DARE team. Glendale Water and Power provided bottled water. Members of the YMCA gave donations for the event. Local businesses offered products and services, including fruit from Al Alonso and Moon Bounces by Al Villalobos and Don Minovitz.
NEWS
By By Vince Lovato | October 22, 2005
Children -- and parents -- have a great time at inaugural Harvest Festival at Mark Keppel Elementary School. The faint smell of Kettle Korn and the sound of children laughing wafted through humid blue-gray skies as hundreds of children and parents enjoyed the inaugural fund-raising Harvest Festival at Mark Keppel Elementary School Friday. A rubberized rock wall was the biggest attraction. Silly String was the theme. It was everywhere: lime green and purple, orange, yellow, blue and some colors that might not have names yet. Some even seemed to glow.
NEWS
November 10, 2003
Gary Moskowitz The guest of honor this weekend at R.D. White Elementary School was a llama named Chester. Chester, on loan from the Los Angeles-based Studio Animal Service company, was available for pictures and petting Saturday during R.D. White's annual Harvest Festival. Chester appeared in the Eddie Murphy movie "Daddy Day Care." The school's Parent-Teacher Assn. organized and sponsored the festival, which included food, games, a silent auction and karaoke.
NEWS
October 20, 2001
Alecia Foster NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Agnes Barnes was the type of person who gave and gave and never expected anything in return. "That's just the way she was -- she wanted to do for everyone else," remembered Margaret Dahmus, Barnes' former secretary. Barnes, Glenoaks Elementary School's first principal, spent 35 years giving to the community there. On Friday evening, the community gave a little something back. School officials renamed the school's library after Barnes, who died in 1989, and her late husband, Charles.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 2, 2005
Just in time to hang boughs of holly and garland on the mantle and sneak a special present under the tree, Originals Holiday Gift Show heads into Fairplex Dec. 2 through 4 with an array of great gift and decorating ideas. Formerly known as the Harvest Festival, Originals will feature more than 300 artists and specialties, including gourmet food sampling, artist demonstrations, live entertainment and more. The Originals Holiday Gift Show is set to be the most original, one-of-a-kind jewelry, photograph, painting, pottery, ceramics, home décor, clothing and specialty foods show in the country.
NEWS
November 1, 2002
Class on Judaism offered by Temple Sinai GLENDALE -- A four-week class called "Judaism 201: Not a Taste But Your Second Helping," will be taught by Rabbi Jonathan Biatch from 8 to 9:30 p.m. beginning Monday at Temple Sinai of Glendale. A follow-up to last year's "A Taste of Judaism," the class is designed for individuals who have basic knowledge of Judaism, or have taken some courses in basic Judaism, and would like to explore further. Biatch will explore Biblical and Rabbinic texts relating to the Sabbath, the performance of Jewish commandments in the modern context, and the obligations that liberal Jews take upon themselves.
NEWS
September 28, 2002
I really like this time of year. It isn't just the weather; it's the availability of a large variety of things to do and places to go. Once the kids go back to school and the Los Angeles County Fair opens, I start chomping at the bit to see what's been going on since the beginning of summer. We stay pretty close to our home until the tourists return to theirs. This past Sunday, we took a ride out through Bouquet Canyon to see what recent fires have done to it. We were astounded to see the devastation wrought on the hills.
NEWS
November 8, 2003
JO VAN AMBURG The creative juices are flowing this month as Glendale Unified School District students taking part in the National PTA's Reflections program ready their entries for judging. Reflections is an arts recognition and achievement program coordinated every fall by PTAs across the country. Students in kindergarten through 12th grade were challenged to create an original work of art that interprets the theme "I'm really happy when ... " Students can submit one or more entries in literature, musical composition, photography and/or visual arts.
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NEWS
November 2, 2011
Thanks to the organizers of the Harvest Festival in Kenneth Village on Saturday. The kids had a wonderful time and it was wonderful to see the families out enjoying a beautiful day in their neighborhood. Nothing cuter than a bunch of kids in Halloween costumes! It was great to see the creativity some of our residents have. Dr. Who and his killer robot stole the show. Fun was had by all and we are so happy to have a gem like Kenneth Village within walking distance from our home.
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NEWS
By June Casagrande | April 14, 2011
If you’re like most people, you probably dangle a bit from time to time. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Even people familiar with the concept of dangling participles can let a dangler slip into the occasional email or memo. In fact, most of the professional writers I edit are vulnerable to one particular type of dangler — one so common and so subtle that, lately, I’ve been reconsidering whether it needs fixing at all. Here’s an example: “A popular annual event, the Harvest Festival’s main stage will feature live musical acts.” Here’s another: “An ideal hiking spot, the canyon’s gorgeous scenery astounds visitors.” To understand what, exactly, is dangling here, it’s worth pausing for a short refresher.
FEATURES
August 3, 2007
The United Methodist Church of Tujunga is celebrating its 55th Annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, Aug. 11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church. Guests will take pleasure in the old fashioned atmosphere that the church strives to maintain and can enjoy homemade jams, jellies, cakes, pies and cookies. A special sale of antiques and collectibles will also take place. Prices have been reduced to encourage quick sale. A barbecue lunch will also be available. United Methodist Church is located at 9901 Tujunga Canyon Blvd, just one half block north of Foothill Boulevard.
NEWS
By Robert S. Hong | October 7, 2006
As the annual Harvest Festival kicked off at Mark Keppel Elementary School Friday, dozens of students, parents and community members filled the school's two-level playground to take part in activities that ranged from a penny toss to an inflatable-rock climb. The event — put on by the Mark Keppel Foundation — aims to raise money for the school, much of which goes into arts and music programs, said Joanne Pingry, who volunteered at the event. "It's a reason to get everybody here at school to have fun and raise money," she said.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 2, 2005
Just in time to hang boughs of holly and garland on the mantle and sneak a special present under the tree, Originals Holiday Gift Show heads into Fairplex Dec. 2 through 4 with an array of great gift and decorating ideas. Formerly known as the Harvest Festival, Originals will feature more than 300 artists and specialties, including gourmet food sampling, artist demonstrations, live entertainment and more. The Originals Holiday Gift Show is set to be the most original, one-of-a-kind jewelry, photograph, painting, pottery, ceramics, home décor, clothing and specialty foods show in the country.
NEWS
By By Vince Lovato | October 22, 2005
Children -- and parents -- have a great time at inaugural Harvest Festival at Mark Keppel Elementary School. The faint smell of Kettle Korn and the sound of children laughing wafted through humid blue-gray skies as hundreds of children and parents enjoyed the inaugural fund-raising Harvest Festival at Mark Keppel Elementary School Friday. A rubberized rock wall was the biggest attraction. Silly String was the theme. It was everywhere: lime green and purple, orange, yellow, blue and some colors that might not have names yet. Some even seemed to glow.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 2, 2005
In spite of sweltering heat last Sunday, outdoor events across the Southland were well-attended by families eager to enjoy the last days of summer vacation. Our family made a tour of two popular festivals. In Montrose the Harvest Festival farmers brought fruit, vegetables and flowers, but the organizers added extras especially for children. As we exited the car, we bumped into the Schechter family from Pasadena in the parking lot near Market Street. Cathy carried baby daughter Kyra, while Steve toted bags of produce, and a gorgeous bouquet of giant yellow sunflowers.
NEWS
November 10, 2003
Gary Moskowitz The guest of honor this weekend at R.D. White Elementary School was a llama named Chester. Chester, on loan from the Los Angeles-based Studio Animal Service company, was available for pictures and petting Saturday during R.D. White's annual Harvest Festival. Chester appeared in the Eddie Murphy movie "Daddy Day Care." The school's Parent-Teacher Assn. organized and sponsored the festival, which included food, games, a silent auction and karaoke.
NEWS
November 8, 2003
JO VAN AMBURG The creative juices are flowing this month as Glendale Unified School District students taking part in the National PTA's Reflections program ready their entries for judging. Reflections is an arts recognition and achievement program coordinated every fall by PTAs across the country. Students in kindergarten through 12th grade were challenged to create an original work of art that interprets the theme "I'm really happy when ... " Students can submit one or more entries in literature, musical composition, photography and/or visual arts.
NEWS
November 1, 2002
Class on Judaism offered by Temple Sinai GLENDALE -- A four-week class called "Judaism 201: Not a Taste But Your Second Helping," will be taught by Rabbi Jonathan Biatch from 8 to 9:30 p.m. beginning Monday at Temple Sinai of Glendale. A follow-up to last year's "A Taste of Judaism," the class is designed for individuals who have basic knowledge of Judaism, or have taken some courses in basic Judaism, and would like to explore further. Biatch will explore Biblical and Rabbinic texts relating to the Sabbath, the performance of Jewish commandments in the modern context, and the obligations that liberal Jews take upon themselves.
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