Two Saturday Afternoon Rescues | Pacific Palisades
A mountain biker and hiker were rescued in separate incidents in Pacific Palisades on Saturday, April 24, according to Los Angeles Fire Department Spokesperson Nicholas Prange.
“LAFD is responding to a remote area where an adult male mountain biker has been injured,” according to an LAFD alert posted at 1:04 p.m. regarding the incident at 4000 Sullivan Fire Road.
Firefighter-paramedics were with the patient, who was treated and transported via air ambulance to a local hospital. Ground crews continued through to recover the mountain bike, which was left behind by Air Ops.
LAFD Air Ops then hoisted an injured 36-year-old female around 1:48 p.m. at 575 Los Liones Drive. She was transported by air to a local hospital. No further details were available.
Woman’s Club Annual Meeting | Pacific Palisades
The Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club will host its Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 4, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be offered via Zoom.
As of April 1, the club has a newly elected board, according to President Kathy Later.
“We’re very excited to have over 75 members renew membership in the last two weeks and are coordinating a variety of community projects scheduled for June to February,” Later shared. “It’s rewarding to bring these women back together again for ‘fun, friendship and philanthropy’ in Pacific Palisades.”
Anyone who is interested in joining the annual meeting is encouraged to email email@example.com for more information.
CinqueTerre to Host Mother’s Day Brunch | The Village
CinqueTerre WEST Osteria will offer a Mother’s Day brunch on Sunday, May 9.
The restaurant, located at 970 Monument Street in Suite 110, will be open between 8:30 and 11 a.m. for cornetti to go, with brunch available between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
“We will be offering dishes from our breakfast menu pre-pandemic as well as a few dishes from our regular menu,” Marlo Vinzoni shared.
Menu offerings include Omelette, Baked Eggs, Green Eggs, Classic Breakfast, and Steak and Eggs.
For more information, visit cinqueterrewest.com or call 310-454-0709.
‘From the Eyes to the Hands’ | Topanga
The “From the Eyes to the Hands” exhibit is on display at Topanga Canyon Gallery through May 16.
The exhibit features the work of Farideh Azad and Donna Geist Buch. It is open Friday to Sunday between 12 and 5 p.m., or by appointment.
“Without the hand, the conception in the artist’s eye is just a conception and the hand has nothing to craft,” the gallery shared in a statement about the exhibit. “In art, conception is an idea, the originating of something in the mind visually, that gives the artist the ability to work their imagination. The physical work of the hands, together with the mental creative process, by use of the eyes, is what you will view in this exhibition created by Donna Geist Buch and Farideh Azad.”
For more information, visit topangacanyongallery.com.
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