Neighborhood News

Seeking Travel Tales | Pacific Palisades

It’s that time of year: The Palisadian-Post is seeking Travel Tales, written by Palisadians, to feature in an upcoming edition of 90272 Magazine. If you have been somewhere memorable, please submit your tale—between 400 and 600 words—plus four to five high-res images (actual size if sending from a smartphone) to
mypost@palipost.com for a chance to be featured. One grand-prize tale will win a prize from a local business, to be announced in an upcoming edition of the paper.

—POST STAFF


Suffering, Compassion and Healing | Pacific Palisades

The Pacific Palisades Interfaith Clergy invites the community to attend “A Discussion on Suffering, Compassion and Healing” as part of its “From Fear to Faith” series on Sunday, February 23, from 4 to 5 p.m.

The group discussion will be led by a panel including Rabbi Micah Hyman (Kehillat Israel), Reverend Christine Purcell (St. Matthew’s Episcopal) and Bishop Chris Eastland (The Church of Latter Day Saints). It will be moderated by Brother Satyananda (Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine).

The event will take place at the Community United Methodist Church, located at 801 Via De La Paz. Light refreshments will be served following the discussion.

—JENNIKA INGRAM


Sounds of CinemaPali High

The Pali Concert Choir presents its biggest concert of the year, “Sounds of Cinema”—a theme concert featuring music from films like “Singing in the Rain,” “La La Land” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” The choir will be joined by a live orchestra and jazz band.

The concert will run Friday, February 21, and Saturday, February 22, at 7 p.m. in Mercer Hall at Palisades Charter High School. Tickets are $5 for students, $15 for general admission and $25 for VIP.

—LILY TINOCO


California Telephone Access ProgramPalisades Branch Library

Palisades Alliance for Seniors’ program topic for its Monday, February 24, meeting is “California Telephone Access Program.” CTAP distributes free telecommunications equipment and training to individuals who experience difficulty using the telephone.

Andie Squires, a CTAP outreach specialist, will be speaking and demonstrating a range of specialized telephones. The free program will take place in Palisades Branch Library’s Community Room from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.                          

—LILY TINOCO