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Easy Reader/HermosaOne Streaming Calendar: Music, Readings, Health

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Local musicians, bartender demonstrations, artists, interviews with restaurant owners, civic leaders keep Hermosa’s Memorial Day Weekend Fiesta alive. HermosaOne.com

Tuesday, May 26, at 9 a.m., the Roundhouse Aquarium teams up with Pages bookstore and children’s book author Seth Fishman for a Zoom reading of Fishman’s newly released “The Ocean In Your Bathtub.”

For more online events visit EasyReaderNews.com and HermosaOne.com. To be listed visit HermosaOne.com or email Calendar@easyreadernews.com

Thursday, May 21

Student mental health. 1 p.m.

The Beach Cities Health District, in partnership with South Bay Families Connected, is launching the virtual “Talk About It,” a small Group Parent Workshop Series. This series will support families at home as they navigate distance learning and help create balance for students and parents. Thursday from 1 – 2 p.m. through the end of May. To register visit bchd.org.

Barclay Roach & Jett Pink (Pink Roach). 5:30 p.m.

facebook.com/barclay.roach

SpringFest Virtual Beer Garden/Hermosa Brewing Company: Barclay Roach. 7 p.m.

SpringFest Virtual Beer Garden, benefitting the Hermosa Beach Rotary

Facebook.com/HermosaBrewingCompany. HermosaOne.com

A fashionable happy hour. 7 p.m.

Veronica Torres and Kira Lingman stream live from Beach & Beverly. Co-hosted by Wicked+ and Bone by Dawn. 

Facebook.com/beachandbeverly

Bill Higgins. 7 p.m.

Higgins also Hosts “Shakedown News Live” Sat. at 3:30 p.m.

facebook.com/MrBillHiggins

South Bay Jam Rebroadcast. 8 p.m.

For the duration of the crisis, South Bay Jam will be broadcasting previously recorded shows each Thursday.

Facebook.com/SouthBayJam

Friday, May 22

Happy Hour With Adam of The Lucky Ones. 5 p.m.

Happy hour every Friday with Adam of The Lucky Ones. Featuring original Lucky Ones Tunes released and un-releases and covers done in an original way.

Facebook.com/lucky1s

Tim Kenealy (Acoustic Warriors). 5:30 p.m.

facebook.com/tim.kenealy.96

SpringFest Virtual Beer Garden/ Project Barley: Nate LaPointe. 7 p.m.

SpringFest Virtual Beer Garden, benefiting Leadership Hermosa

Facebook.com/HermosaBrewingCompany. HermosaOne.com

Friday Night Live with Nate LaPointe. 7 p.m.

Every Friday night, Nate LaPointe of Cubensis and Barley broadcasts for two hours

Facebook.com/natelapointe

Friday Night Live with Nate LaPointe. 7 p.m.

Every Friday night, Nate LaPointe of Cubensis and Barley broadcasts for two hours

Facebook.com/natelapointe

Jeremy Buck, Live from the Chateau Motel. 8:15 p.m.

Performing live every Friday from the Chateau Motel recording Studios in Los Angeles

Facebook.com/jeremybuckmusic/live.

Saturday, May 23

Virtual varietals for MB schools. Through Sat., May 30

Actually, only the auction is virtual. The wines will be highly drinkable. Because of school budget cuts related to the pandemic, this may be the Manhattan Ed Foundation’s most important wine auction in its 26 year history. The auction remains open through Sat. May 30. To donate, email auction@ManhattanWineAuction.com. To bid, sign up at ManhattanWineAuction.com.

Live From Home with Olivia Pucci. 6:30

Every Wednesday and Saturday an evening of feel good music by Bose Pro Artist Olivia Pucci

with the help of her fellow players. R and B, soul, 90s jams , hip hop grooves with a jazzy Facebook.com/OliviaPucciMusic

Barley (Barleywood Squares) 8 p.m.

facebook.com/ProjectBarley

Sunday, May 24

SpringFest: Noon to 8 p.m.

Local musicians, bartender demonstrations, artists, interviews with restaurant owners, civic leaders. 

HermosaOne.com, SmartTV (Youtube)

Retrofit Sunday Happy Hour. 3 p.m.

Retrofit is taking “Happy Hour” on the road the next few weeks, broadcasting live at 3 p.m. every Sunday from secret locations across the South Bay. Facebook.com/kreisws

Andy & Renee (Hard Rain). 2 p.m. 

Youtube.com/user/reneesafier/featured

“Live From My Living Room” with Tatiana Erse. 6 p.m.

An hour with original songs by Tatiana Erse and covers. Brazilian and American music.

Facebook.com/tatierse

Monday, May 25

Families connect. 9:50 a.m.

Families Connected Parent Chat, presented in partnership Beach Cities Health

District and South Bay Families Connected, is a free support group open to all parents. The

session will be led by a licensed professional from the Thelma McMillen Center at Torrance

Memorial Medical Center. To register and more information visit bchd.org

Tuesday, May 26

“The Ocean in Your Bathtub” reading. 9 a.m.

The Roundhouse Aquarium teams up with Pages bookstore and children’s book author Seth Fishman for a Zoom reading of his newly released “The Ocean In Your Bathtub.” The illustrated book teaches children about the connectivity between people and their communities. A Roundhouse scientist will also speak, followed by a question and answer period.

Zoom Webinar. To RSVP and receive your Zoom password go to us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_opuvx3LrSi2-XmZaRzIaTA

Creative Photo Academy: Ami Vitale. 5 p.m.

National Geographic photographer Ami Vitale will offer key tips online for portraiture, how to work in difficult light, composition and landscapes and telling a cohesive story. Vitale’s photographs have been exhibited around the world in museums and galleries and published in almost every international magazine including National Geographic magazine. Offered by Creative Photo Academy/Paul’s Photo. 

Register by phone at (310) 375-7014, or online at creativephotoacademy.com

Manhattan Farmers’ Market. 11 a.m.

Manhattan Beach Farmers Market has reopened. Spring crops, berries, cherries, citrus, avocados, fresh cut flowers, sustainably raised meats and seafood, dozens and dozens farm fresh eggs, locally pollinate honey, sprouted nuts nut butters, and lots more. New hours 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Market entrance will be at the corner of 13th and Morningside with cloth face coverings required for entry (cloth masks, bandanas, scarfs all work).  For information visit downtownmanhattanbeach.com/manhattan-beach-farmers-market.

Mental health, happiness. 2:30 p.m.

Join Beach Cities Health District for a new Mental Health and Happiness series. Learn your well-being through evidence-based practices to build resilience, feel more connected and be happier. Tuesday through May from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. with a discussion after from 1:30 – 2 p.m. To register and more information visit bchd.org. 

Wednesday, May 27

Andy Hill & Renee Safier. 6 p.m.

Every Wednesday at 6 p.m. on Renee’s Facebook page, and every Sunday on Youtube.

facebook.com/reneesafier. Youtube channel at 2 p.m

Friday, May 29 

Dylan Fest 30th Annual. 5 to 8 p.m. Also Sat., Sun. May 30, 31

Over 40 different performers playing songs by the Nobel Laureate, Bob Dylan. No repeats over the three days. Andy and Renee will be “Live in the Garage” hosting and performing live. Guest musicians will perform “live” via videos. No “Ticket Fee” to watch, but if you can “tip.” A portion of the proceeds will go to The Midnight Mission Homeless Shelter in Los Angeles and the national organization, Feeding America. Tip at PayPal (paypal.me/andyandrenee) or Venmo, (venmo.com/Renee-Safier). Or at andyandrenee.com.

Friday, May 29 5-8pm https://youtu.be/N1KW4wBPuzE

Saturday, May 30 5-8pm https://youtu.be/tfCn-VAjeps

Sunday, May 31 5-8 p.m. https://youtu.be/FBf8zqHh6Y0

Saturday, May 30

Virtual varietals for MB schools

Today’s the last day. And actually, only the auction is virtual. The wines will be highly drinkable. Because of school budget cuts related to the pandemic, this may be Manhattan Ed Foundatin’s most important wine auction in its 26 year history. To donate, email auction@ManhattanWineAuction.com. To bid, sign up at ManhattanWineAuction.com. ER

Ongoing online

Adam Malovani presents WOSP Sunset Concerts

facebook.com/adam.malovani

facebook.com/WorldOfSoundProductions

youtube.com/channel/UChgEIN5kSisYSMDp2O6uKsQ/videos

Hermosa youth photo call

Local youth are invited to share photos they have taken in Hermosa. The Hermosa Beach Historical Society will exhibit the photos on their website. Deadline: Thursday, May 28. 

Submit photos to: hermosabeachmuseum@gmail.com. 

Leadership Hermosa 2019 Projects

Discover Hermosa Art, Music & Culture Tour

Discover Hermosa Historic Landmarks Tour

izi.travel/en/f855-leadership-hermosa-beach-class-of-2019/en

Hermosa Beach Historical Museum Online Exhibits

Hermosa making history: Residents photos of the coronavirus pandemic

Going to the movies: The story of the Bijou Movie Theater

Illustrating History: Artwork by Hermosa Historian John Hales

Easy Reader photos: Since 2000

hermosabeachhistoricalsociety.org/online-exhibitions

Hermosa on Spotify

#bestlittlebeachcity 

Beach playlist, including Hermosa Parks and Rec’s Nick Shattuck Pandemic tune “The Curve.”

BCHD Virtual Exercise Classes

Unlimited access to all Center for Health & Fitness live virtual exercise classes for $22 in the month of May. Classes include yoga, pilates, boot camp and dance. Small Group Training is also available virtually for $12 per class. Free, on demand exercise classes are also available. BCHD.org ER

 

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