Want to shape your own surfboard? Check out the new Shaper Supply Co. that is opening in Mar Vista! A shaping class (you end up with a board at the end) could be a great holiday gift for that surfer in your life!
From Shaper Supply Co.:
Next week marks the opening of Shaper Supply Co., located in Mar Vista. The company carries a wide selection of high-quality surfboard shaping tools and materials, along with apparel made for the workshop. The unique space is not only a supplier, but an active workshop, complete with shaping bays that are open to the public. Continue reading
Lost: ZPOP Pat Ngoho model skateboard, with Independent Trucks and Bones Wheels.
Last seen at Mao’s Kitchen. Board needed to make deliveries – call 310-581-8305.
The 20th Annual LAPD Police Appreciation Dinner will be held on Wednesday, November 21st, at the L.A.P.D. Pacific Division Community Station (12312 Culver Blvd). Food drop off is from 1:30 – 4:00pm, serving is from 3-7:00pm.
From the organizers:
Please join us as fellow community members in making this the best ever Police Appreciation Dinner. Please bring your food donations to the above Pacific Division address between 1:30 -4P.M. if possible.
We will be serving upstairs on the second floor of the station in the Roll Call Room. Our goal is to be set up before the 3 PM Roll Call begins. If you need to arrive a bit later that’s o.k. We understand scheduling and will accept late donations as well. Continue reading
The Venice Neighborhood Council “Mass, Scale, and Character” ad hoc committee will meet this evening starting at 7pm at Extra Space Storage (658 Venice).
From the VNC:
The Mass, Scale, and Character Ad hoc Committee will study the application of requirements for new development in the Coastal Zone to be compatible with existing neighborhoods in mass, scale, and character as mandated by the VCZSP and related planning documents. It will meet with, and solicit input from residents of the Venice Coastal Zone, city officials, and other interested and relevant people in order to research standards and protocols by which these issues may be evaluated in new Coastal Development Projects in order to implement the intent and letter of the governing planning documents in the most fair and practical manner. The conclusions of this Committee will be reported directly to the Venice Neighborhood Council Board. The Committee shall automatically terminate after one year or the seating of a new VNC Board, whichever occurs first. Continue reading