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Are You concerned about the Redondo Beach waterfront revitalization? Now is your chance to get involved and speak up! Click the link below for the three scheduled workshops and get involved!

Redondo Beach schedules three public workshops for waterfront revitalization

Want to see what’s going on?

Stats for 2015 Hollywood Riviera

Check out this link to see what’s going on in Redondo Beach. Interesting.

Doesn’t this look like a great time? Take the family out for a day of fun. Check out the below website for fun, games and great eats.

WELCOME TO THE PIER

Located just a few minutes south of LAX in Redondo Beach, California, The Pier is a South Bay landmark offering oceanfront dining, shopping and entertainment. Enjoy a scenic stroll along The Pier with panoramic ocean views, water activities including harbor cruises, seasonal whale watching, kayaks, pedal boats and S.U.P. rentals or find a unique gift or souvenir for someone special.

SEE MORE AT:

http://www.redondopier.com/

WOW! Look at what South Redondo Beach has to offer your family……WHAT A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE!!!

King Harbor Boating Foundation partners with Los Angeles Maritime Institute for STEM Waterfront Education

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Together, the two non-profit organizations have formed a collaborative pilot program titled “STEM TopSail” that will use adventure-based learning to promote team building, problem solving, and leadership. (STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education.)

The navigation curriculum leverages STEM by teaching mathematics through nautical charting and additional skills necessary to sail a tall ship. Mastery of these skills will create a solid sailing foundation that will last a lifetime.

“We are extremely excited to bring our 23 years of experience working with youth to the South Bay in this collaboration with King Harbor Boating Foundation,” said Bruce Heyman, Executive Director of Los Angeles Maritime Institute. “It’s a complementary blend of existing programming that will allow more students and educators to benefit from a proven educational model.”

The joint-programs will be King Harbor based and include curriculum specifically designed to educate about the local Redondo Beach waters and ecosystems.

For the pilot program, there will be two different options: a Homeschool Program and Educator Classroom Program. The Homeschool Program is designed for middle schoolers with monthly classes aboard a tall ship that build upon each other and culminate with an overnight excursion to Catalina Island.

“Our Waterfront Education team is thrilled to introduce our homeschool partners to an educational adventure series aboard the tall ships,” said Julie Coll, Executive Director of King Harbor Boating Foundation. “Home-based education provides an opportunity to explore alternative teaching environments that engage students in active learning in a natural setting.”

The Educator Classroom Program will combine classroom education with at-sea learning activities, supporting the intentions of the Next Generation Science Standards. The customized educational experiences are designed to provide a teaching extension tool for educators allowing them to expose their students to learning in a natural environment, on the ocean aboard the tall ships.

The program is also receiving significant support this year from CenterCal Properties, the creators of the proposed Waterfront pier revitalization project in Redondo.

Looking for Something to Kick off the Weekend?

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Try meandering through our local Hollywood Riviera Farmers’ market at Catalina and Ave. I every Friday between 3 and 7pm. Terrific organic meats, veggies, eggs, herbs, flowers and fresh bread. Yum! Go early to take advantage of the great sales at many of the individual shops. Perhaps a libation at one of the restaurants during happy hour could be in order. Then watch one of our beautiful sunsets at the beach.

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Riviera Village Holiday Stroll

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Want to have a great evening out and catch the holiday Spirit? This will do it. Check out the annual Riviera Village Holiday Stroll tonight from 6pm to 10pm. A holiday parade begins at 6pm at the Corner of Catalina Ave and Ave I. Bands from local schools will be represented in the parade and, of course, Santa Claus will be present.

Stroll by the brightly decorated shops windows or enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride to take in the festive decorations. Approx. 300 shops will be open till 10pm to get an early start on your holiday shopping.

Don’t forget to stop at one of the terrific restaurants for an early dinner and some holiday cheer. All types of cuisine are represented so you can take your pick.

A battle of the bands begins after the parade on Ave. I  to add to the excitement of the evening. This is a wonderful event guaranteed to boost the spirit of the holiday season.

Portions of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to the Richstone Family Center.

Hope to see you all there!!!