Anaheim Arts Council fosters the promotion, support and visibility of local arts and culture by collaboration with individuals, organizations and businesses to enrich the quality of life.
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You may have already heard about the stage collapse at Servite on Saturday March 8th while girls from Rosary High School were performing which sent performers into the pit below. According to NPR there were 250 students on stage jumping up and down. Thankfully, there were no life threatening injuries. (Minor scrapes, bruises and some broken bones.) While this was a horrific experience.....Thankfully it was not tragic as it might have been!Read full story
Selected from eight cities served by Cypress College Citizens of the Year from the eight communities in Cypress College’s primary service area were honored at the Cypress College Foundation’s 39th Annual Americana Awards, on Saturday, February 22, 2014 in the Disneyland Hotel’s Grand Ballroom.
Citizens of the Year from the eight cities comprising Cypress College’s primary service area are: Dr. June Glenn (Anaheim); Christiane Salts (Buena Park); Maria E. A. Sterk (Cypress); Bill and Sue Catlin (Garden Grove); Ralph D. and Dianna W. Rodriguez (La Palma), Chrysteen and Larry Braun (Los Alamitos/Rossmoor); Seth Eaker (Seal Beach); and Allan and Yvonne Ansdell (Stanton). Care Ambulance was honored with the Foundation’s Distinguished Business Award, while Mary Bouas and Irv Pickler, both of Anaheim, were each recognized with Cypress College President Dr. Bob Simpson’s Distinguished Service Award.Read full story
MUZEO Art Exhibition
Creative Identity, a Music and Expressive Arts Day Program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is presenting their Transcending Boundaries art exhibition at the MUZEO, a cultural arts center and gallery in Anaheim, California. The art exhibition will showcase original artwork by Creative Identity client artists, including one-of -a-kind paintings, ceramic ware, and hand painted silk scarves.Read full story
Saturday, February 15 was a special day to celebrate. It was Elsie Reed's 97th birthday and 16 women met for lunch at Luigi's d'Italia Restaurant to do just that. Guests included her daughter Alyson and granddaughters, Jennifer and Amber.
Elsie has been an active member of the Anaheim community and over the years been a charter or founding member of most service organizations in the city. These include the Anaheim Arts Council, Anaheim Assistance League, Women's Division of the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce. Historic Society, the Red Cross House, Auxilla d'Arts, and Harp Guild of the Pacific Symphony.Read full story