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Highlighting Downtown Arcadia: New Business Friendly Zoning Code
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Highlighting Downtown Arcadia: New Business Friendly Zoning Code

By Tim Schwehr, Economic Development Analyst, City of Arcadia For this week’s Highlighting Downtown Arcadia column, I’ve been invited by the Downtown Arcadia Improvement Association to discuss the City’s new Business-Friendly Zoning Code for the area, and some of the exciting opportunities it has created for the downtown. Adopted in November 2016 as part of…

Vista Cove: Helping Residents Live Until 100
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Vista Cove: Helping Residents Live Until 100

By Monica Sanchez Vista Cove, an assisted living senior care facility in Arcadia is helping residents live until 100 years old. With the quality of care and attention they have provided to each senior who chooses to stay with them, 18 residents so far in the last ten years have been able to live a…

Free Public Events at the Arcadia Public Library
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Free Public Events at the Arcadia Public Library

Enjoy these free public events at the Arcadia Public Library throughout the month of October: Foreign Films Escape to faraway places through the movie screen at the Arcadia Public Library. The Library is proud to present a series of foreign films on the second Wednesday of each month. Patrons eighteen and over are welcome to…

Cats in the Garden: Arcadia Arboretum Hosts a Car Show on Oct. 7
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Cats in the Garden: Arcadia Arboretum Hosts a Car Show on Oct. 7

A collection of cat-inspired automobiles including Jaguars, Tigers and more as well as some returning favorites, cobras and mustangs, will captivate visitors as they admire these sleek cars amidst the garden setting. The cars will be spread throughout the Arboretum with the owners and drivers on hand to share the cars’ unique stories. Fun for…

‘History of Chocolate’ to be the Theme of Daughters of the American Revolution October Meeting in Pasadena
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‘History of Chocolate’ to be the Theme of Daughters of the American Revolution October Meeting in Pasadena

Cacao, the seed from which chocolate is made, has been cultivated for at least 3,000 years. Jim Folsom, director of the botanical gardens at Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, will make a presentation on the history of chocolate at the next meeting of the Martin Severance Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution on Saturday, Oct. 7….

37 Finalists Compete for the Tournament of Roses® 2018 Royal Court
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37 Finalists Compete for the Tournament of Roses® 2018 Royal Court

Before the final round of interviews, the 37 finalists for the 2018 Royal Court took a group photo on the front steps of Tournament House. Nearly 1,000 people participated in the interview process and seven of the 37 finalists will be named to the 2018 Royal Court on Oct. 2, 2017. The Tournament of Roses’ Queen and Court Committee made its…

Upcoming Events at the Arcadia Public Library
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Upcoming Events at the Arcadia Public Library

First Friday Films for Middle Schoolers – Oct. 6 All middle schoolers are invited to attend a showing of “Beauty and the Beast” (2017) on Oct. 6, at 3:30 p.m. at the Arcadia Public Library. Meet up with friends, and enjoy a fun movie and tasty snacks. In-N-Out “Cover to Cover Club” – Oct. 7…

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