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The Johnson Family Plaza was covered in tents, chairs and tables for the Spring Boutique last weekend. At 8 a.m., March 26, there were about nine booths participating, selling everything from homemade creations, crafts, jewelry, magnets, purses, bags and various other knickknacks.
Music filled the air as more than 30 students, faculty and community members celebrated the Jewish Exodus from Egypt in a Model Seder on March 25.
Beads of every color and letter imaginable were used to make friendship bracelets for children with cancer, offering a simple message of hope from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday outside the Campus Center.
The City of San Dimas is officially embarking on “An Excellent Adventure” of turning 50. Some may say turning 50 is tough, but not for San Dimas. A year of fun festivities is the only thing waiting over the hill.
The Iota Delta Sorority put on the Clothesline Project, a three-day event earlier this month that potentially touched a lot of people – particularly those who have been touched by domestic violence.
The Ponies of America Club Southwest Regional Horse Show competition was held at the Fairplex on Saturday and Sunday.
Davenport Dining Hall was active with hungry students and faculty with bluegrass Celtic music playing March 10 at the St. Patty’s Day Celebration put on by the Campus Activities Board.
More than 150 preschool and elementary school children gathered at Heritage Park on March 18 to catch a glimpse of La Verne’s past at the seventh annual Spring Squeeze.
Now through Oct. 3, the NHRA Motorsports Museum will hold a tribute to the legendary American racer Mickey Thompson.
Davenport Dining Hall was transformed into a mini Saudi Arabia on Wednesday with the help of a little baklava, henna tattoos and live Arabic music.