Manhattan Beach AboutTown

Honors to all those members of the military who have served their country.

Veteran’s Day 

In observance of Veterans Day, the City of Manhattan Beach will honor veterans on Thursday, Nov. 11 beginning at 11 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Monument. The event will feature The Hyperion Outfall Serenaders, the MBPD Honor Guard, a Girl Scout presentation on Veterans Day, and a keynote address by First Sergeant Yasmin Jerome Espat. Call (310) 802-5448 for more information. In the event of inclement weather, the Veterans Day Ceremony will be held across the street, in the Joslyn Community Center, 1601 North Valley Drive. 

Chalk art against hate

In honor of United Against Hate Week, Manhattan Beach is hosting a sidewalk chalk event on Sunday, Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. to noon at Polliwog Park. Kids, families, city and school leaders will draw messages of love and support in solidarity against all forms of hate. 

“I have partnered with the non-profit South Bay Cares to plan an event that will span Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach and Redondo Beach,” said organizer Diana Skaar. “Each city will have a local artist who has created a specific design for their city. For Manhattan Beach, the chalk design will be a message especially meaningful to middle schoolers, who are becoming more aware of their own identities, serving as a visual symbol of support if they are experiencing identity-based bullying. We are also reminding community members that they can confidentially report hate incidents online or call 211.” ER 


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