Judy Rae

South Bay Community Calendar 10-4-18

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This Saturday, October 6 is the MB 10K and the Manhattan Hometown Fair. Its going to be a glorious weekend.

Saturday, October 6


The 41st annual Manhattan Beach 10k. Experience one of the most scenic 10k courses in the South Bay with live music and volunteer mile timers calling out split times at every mile. Join the nearly 4,000 runners who take to the streets for this moderate to slightly difficult course through downtown and residential Manhattan Beach, finishing at the Manhattan Beach pier. Race starts at 7:30 a.m. on Veterans Parkway between 3rd & 4th Streets, Manhattan Beach. For more info visit mb10k.com.

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Thru Sunday, October 7

Hometown fair

The 46th Annual Manhattan Beach Hometown Fair is a community fair with arts and crafts, food, games and entertainment. The fair is held at Live Oak Park, on Valley Drive between 15th and 21st Streets. Fun for all ages. Great fair food, beautiful arts and crafts from hand selected vendors, free entertainment on their Main Stage and South Stage, games for kids of all ages and of course, the Kid’s Country are just some of the venues available for visitors. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. For information and entertainment schedule visit mbfair.org.


No tricks, just treats. Kick off of the fall season with pumpkin carving, a scavenger hunt, and some up close encounters with incredible marine life at The SEA Lab. $5 general admission paid at the door. 14 and under are free. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. SEA Lab, 1021 N. Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach. For more information visit lacorps.org.

Rummage sale

Thousands of items super cheap. Clothing, jewelry, home decor, tools, linens, art/craft supplies, and more. 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Woman’s Club of Redondo Beach, 400 S. Broadway Ave., Redondo Beach. For more donation information visit wcredondobeach.org/events or call/text Susan at (650) 714-5704. The Woman’s Club gladly accepts gently used donations.

Happy hour

Wine tasting social and fundraiser to benefit the House of Yahweh charitable programs which help prevent the tragedy of homelessness for the working poor who are extremely vulnerable to financial disaster. 5 – 7 p.m. or 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Barsha Wines and Spirits, 917 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Manhattan Beach. Purchase tickets at hoyfundraiser.org or call (310) 675-9671.

Wednesday, October 10

Shall we dance

Manhattan Beach Library hosts a program of Spanish classical and flamenco music and dance.  Dancer Susana Elena will perform a variety of dances from Spain’s sophisticated Gypsy flamenco, theater and classical traditions. Solo guitarist Bryan Fasola, a guitar professor at CSU Northridge, plays a selection of the timeless compositions created for the Spanish guitar. Brief introductions to each performance piece are provided, and audience members are offered an introductory Spanish castanet class at show’s end. Free. 7 p.m. Manhattan Library, 1320 Highland Ave., Manhattan Beach. Call (310) 545-8595 for information.


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