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November 2, 2018 Issue No. 184
Thank you for taking the time to read our Fourth District newsletter. It isemailed every Friday afternoon and provides updates on past andfuture events throughout our council district. Please encourage yourneighbors to sign up to receive our publication by contacting usat: [email protected].
- Councilman Daryl Supernaw
Hot TopicsElection Day Next Tuesday November 6th | 7 am - 8 pm | Your Polling Place
It's Election Day next Tuesday, so please study the issues and vote!Your polling location is listed on your sample ballot. You can alsofind your "Polling Place and Sample Ballot Lookup" online at thislink. There are many important issues on the ballot including the fourproposed Charter Amendments. The City Manger has prepared animpartial analysis, available at this link, to describe the practical effects of the proposedCharter Amendments. This information does not advocate a yes or no vote on themeasures. Long Beach Transit will be offering free bus and Dial-A-Lift rides onTuesday. Due to the Election, the Nov. 6th City Council Meeting has been cancelled.
Past Events 23rd Annual Historical Cemetery Tour
Last Saturday, the Historical Society of Long Beach hosted their 23rd Annual HistoricalCemetery Tour at Sunnyside Cemetery. Graveside performances ran all day with actors
who brought local history to life as told by the colorful characters who lived it! Thanks toHSLB for inviting me to speak at my Grandparents' grave site again this year. Also thanksto the work crews for responding so quickly to our request and removing the fallen treebefore Saturday's event.
CD4 Community Meeting
Tuesday evening, we hosted our monthly community meeting at the Los Altos Library. Ourguest speaker, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley, discussed the plans for the newCSULB Alumni Center. The building is currently proposed to be located near the northwestcorner of the Pyramid. It will be a single story 7,000 sq/ft building that will used for futureCSULB Alumni events. Thank you President Conoley for discussing this project with theneighbors and we look forward to hearing more updates.
Long Beach Public Library Online Survey
All 12 Long Beach Public Libraries are currently open Tuesday -Saturday. Four branches are open a 6th day, on Sundays, from12-4 pm, which are planned to end December 31, 2018. Pleasetake a moment to complete a brief survey regarding yourpreference for five-day open library hours beginning Jan. 2019.Each week, our newsletter lists all the Friday & Saturdayprogramming that takes place at the two CD4 libraries, Los Altosand Brewitt. Switching to a Sunday-Thursday schedule at eitherbranch would impact existing programming.
Upcoming EventsKrispy Kreme First Friday - TODAY
Michele K Shred Event TOMORROWNovember 3 | 9 am - 12 pm | Park Ave. & 10th St.
Free Document Shredding & E-waste to benefit Wilson HighSchool Female Leadership Academy. No limit on boxes orbags but a donation to The Academy would be greatlyappreciated. Help the girls get to the places they want to go inlife! Also collecting e-waste such at TVs, computers, printers etc. Lastly our personal'green' contribution is the collection of household batteries for safe disposal. Havequestions? Visit www.shredbymichelek.com
Long Beach Organics Cooks: Brussels SproutsNovember 3 | 11 am | 3709 E. 10th Street
Chefs Joe and Amanda will demonstrate four delectable recipes ina casual outdoor setting. Participants will receive a taste of eachdish, along with the printed recipes. Cooking classes are open toall LBO members and their guest, though as always, donation areappreciated. Minimum LBO membership is $25 per year, and canbe paid at the event. RSVP to: [email protected].
"Painting in Long Beach" Opening Reception November 3 | 1 pm - 4 pm | 5021 E. Anaheim St.
Long Beach Creative Group (LBCG) is pleased to announcetheir upcoming exhibit "Painting Long Beach" with asponsorship award from the Port of Long Beach. They are
very excited to be joined by 5 other invited artists. In this exhibit, the artists have examinedthe multiple eclectic environments throughout Long Beach and have taken the time to bestexpress the theme, ranging from the natural environments, city places, and a nostalgic lookto the past of this great city. The exhibit is at the Long Beach Playhouse from November3rd to December 29th. The opening reception will be held November 3rd from 1 pm to 4pm.
Daylight Saving Times Ends This Weekend Sunday, November 4th
LBFD Training Center: Live Burn Schedule November 5th, 6th, 8th & 9th | 2249 Argonne Ave
The Long Beach Fire Department Training Center is conductingtraining for their new Recruit Firefighters. Next week there will be twolive fire training exercises on:
Monday, November 5th from 2:25 to 5:00 pm *Tuesday, November 6th from 2:20 to 5:00 pm* Thursday, November 8th from 1:15 to 5:00 pm* Friday, November 9th from 7:45 to 8:50 am*
Live fire training is an essential part of development for the Recruit Firefighters. It allowsthe training staff to teach skills needed for survival in potentially life threatening situationsand the protection of life and property for the residents of Long Beach. * Fire times/dates are subject to change without notice and may result in loud noises
Fire Recruit Informational WorkshopNovember 9 | 6 pm | 101 Pacific Avenue
Sound the alarms! We are happy to announce that there will be a FireRecruit Informational Workshop next week on Friday, November 9,2018! Come learn what it takes to be a Fire Recruit with the City ofLong Beach. Civil Service and Long Beach Fire Department staff willbe present to answer all your questions regarding the recruitmentprocess.
65th Anniversary of Cambodian IndependenceNovember 9 | 6: 30 pm | 400 Oceangate
The Royal Honorary Consulate General of Cambodia in LongBeach will be hosting a celebration in honor of the 65thAnniversary Proclamation of Cambodia's Independence Day. TheFourth District is home to the eastern portion of Cambodia Townand to the Consulate General in Long Beach office at 3448 E.Anaheim St. I am honored to participate in their celebration nextFriday evening.
21st Annual Veterans Day ParadeNovember 10 | 10 am | Atlantic Avenue & South Street
The 21st annual Veterans Day Parade will take place onSaturday, November 10th. The parade starts at 10 am at AtlanticAvenue and South Street. The grand marshals this year are TerryGeiling, LTC Sam Sachs and LTC Guy Autore. Please visit theirwebsite for more information about the parade.
CSULB HomecomingNovember 10 | 12 pm - 3 pm | Lot G11 at the Pyramid
The CSULB Alumni Association, Associated Students, Inc. andLong Beach State Athletics have joined forces to bring alumni,parents, students and friends a day to remember. Homecomingtakes place rain or shine. You can purchase tickets at this link.For questions, please contact the Alumni Relations office at562.985.5252 or [email protected].
Local History Lecture Series at Los Altos LibraryNovember 13 | 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm | 5614 E. Britton Dr.
The Los Altos Library is pleased to present their next big LocalHistory Lecture Series program, "Tevaaxa'nga (Tevahanga) toToday: Native History at Rancho Los Cerritos," featuring SarahWolk Fitzgerald, the Historical Curator at Rancho Los CerritosHistoric Site. Please join them on Tuesday, November 13th, from5:30 - 6:30pm in the Community Room if you can!
Save the Date: Open Studio Art Party November 17 | 4 pm - 9 pm | 2102 Clark Ave
And FinallyFourth District Athletes Receive Major Awards Congratulations to the 4th District's Misty May-Treanor and Sarah Maher for receivingmajor awards in volleyball and soccer. On Sunday, Nov. 4, the Association of VolleyballProfessionals' non-profit AVPFirst will induct Misty May-Treanor into its Wall ofChampions for her lifetime contributions to beach volleyball. You can read about Misty'slatest award at this link. Also on Sunday, Sarah Maher and the CSULB Womens Soccerteam will play UC Santa Barbara for the conference championship. Last week, Sarahreceived the Big West Defensive Player of the Year Award. You can read about Sarah'saward at this link. Congratulations Misty and Sarah! Go Fourth!
Calendar of Upcoming Events11/3 - Michele "K" Shred Event, 9 am, Wilson High School, 4400 E. 10th St. 11/3 - LBO Cooks Brussel Sprouts, 11 am, 3709 E. 10th Street 11/3 - "Painting in Long Beach", 1 pm, Long Beach Play House, 5021 E. Anaheim St. 11/6 - Election Day 11/9 - Toddler Storytime, 10:30 am, Brewitt Library, 4036 E. Anaheim St.11/9 - Family Playtime, 11 am, Brewitt Library, 4036 E. Anaheim St.11/9 - Coloring Club for Adults, 3 pm, Los Altos Library, 5614 E. Britton Dr.11/9 - Fire Recruit Information Workshop, 6 pm, 101 Pacific Ave.
11/9 - 65th Anniversary of Cambodian Independence, 6:30 pm, 400 Oceangate 11/10 - Veteran's Day Parade, 10 am, Atlantic Ave. & South St. 11/10 - Artist Trading Card, 12 pm, Los Altos Library, 5614 E. Britton Dr. 11/12 - CSULB Homecoming, 12 pm, Walter Pyramid at CSULB 11/13 - Native American Heritage Month, 3:30 p.m., City Hall, 333 W. Ocean Blvd11/13 - City Council Meeting, 5 pm, City Hall, 333 W. Ocean Blvd. 11/13 - Local History Lecture Series, 5:30 pm, Los Altos Library, 5614 E. Britton Dr. 11/16 - Toddler Storytime, 10:30 am, Brewitt Library, 4036 E. Anaheim St.11/16 - Family Playtime, 11 am, Brewitt Library, 4036 E. Anaheim St.11/16 - Coloring Club for Adults, 3 pm, Los Altos Library, 5614 E. Britton Dr.11/17 - WESCA Monthly Cleanup, 8 am, 14th Street & Orizaba Avenue11/17 - Open Studio Art Party, 4 pm, Luna Rising Art Studio, 2102 Clark Ave.
Office of Councilman Daryl Supernaw Fourth District
City of Long Beach333 West Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, CA 90802(562) 570-4444