We’ve scoured our email, and tags on Facebook and Instagram and have the entries below for our Chalk Art Contest for the youngest artists. Please immediately email email@example.com if you don’t see a photo you submitted.
We’ve scoured our email, and tags on Facebook and Instagram and have the entries below for our Chalk Art Contest for the teen artists. Please immediately email firstname.lastname@example.org if you don’t see a photo you submitted.
We’ve scoured our email, and tags on Facebook and Instagram and have the entries below for our Chalk Art Contest for the 18 years and up artists. Please immediately email email@example.com if you don’t see a photo you submitted.
Come out Friday night from 5pm to 8 pm for St. Jerome School’s Trunk or Treat event!
Haunted house, check! Candy and prizes, check! Fun for the whole family.
Feel like some Ghoulish Grub and Chilling Challenges? How about a heart-stopping Haunted House or heartwarming Fairy Land?
Pumpkin Golf sounds interesting. Live band? Yes!
All is available on Saturday, 10/26 at Open School’s Fall Festival 2019.
More details at http://opencharter.org/events/fall_festival.
The LA City Charter requires the City of Los Angeles to promote organized neighborhood empowerment in the form of Neighborhood Councils. Our local council is the Neighborhood Council of Westchester/Playa (NCWP).
NCWP’s next meeting is Tuesday, September 3rd at 6:30 pm in the Community Room of the Westchester Municipal Building, located at 7166 Manchester Avenue.
For the agenda, head over to NCWP’s website.
One item that caught my attention is recognition for our Westchester Del Rey Little League Girls Softball Team as 2019 State Champions of Southern California Major Little League Softball. Way to go, girls!
photo is from the WDRLL page on facebook
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I originally wrote this post in June of 2016. Over the years, I’ve continued to point people to this post as they continue to post on NextDoor that they can’t believe they left their car door unlocked….
Last week, I started keeping my car keys in the freezer, and I may be at the forefront of a new digital safety trend.
From Osage to Kentwood, our neighbors have been reporting that their cars are being broken into, even though there are no outward signs of the breakin.
Law enforcement’s response? “Surely you must have forgotten to lock your car.”
As usual, the bad guys are miles ahead of law enforcement.
Turns out that for less than $100, a creep on a bike can can pull your door handle and your car will obediently call out for its key. While generally your car will only call out for a couple of feet, there is a cheap device available that will amplify the call significantly further.
If you’re like me and your key is 50′ away on the kitchen counter, this is bad news for the expensive sneakers I keep in my trunk.
So, what to do? Apparently keeping your keys in the freezer is one answer. I bought one of these instead.
Do you love living in Westchester? So do we!!
We created this website specifically for busy Westchester families. We figure if we’re reading and digesting all the news, maybe we can save somebody else some time! Continue reading “Living 90045 Wants You To Write For Us!”
School is back in session! Will your family stick close to home as you adjust or will you go in search of new adventures?
If you’re an adventure seeking family, here are some fun activities near us in 90045 on tap for September. Continue reading “September Fun In & Around 90045”
This week Team Living90045 welcomes a particularly special guest post from Catherine Galanti. Would you like to write for us? More info here.
For the Loyola Marymount baseball program, 2017 was full of highs and lows, but mostly highs. The team finished 38-18 overall, with a 20-7 conference record tying them with Gonzaga and BYU to share the WCC title. This is a title the Lions hadn’t taken home since the 2000 season. LMU was expected to finish seventh in a conference of ten, but battled to the top. The Lions were nationally ranked, then stumbled, then climbed back to claim the #27 spot in the country. They went almost undefeated in series play, going 11-1-1. All this is in addition to the first perfect game in program-and conference- history. Continue reading “Hearts Like Lions – LMU’s Baseball Season Comes To A Close”