COMMUNITY @ BEVERLY HILLS
Although not Department programs, many community activity groups are directly supported by the City in the form of providing facilities for the organizations, all of which offer specialized services for Beverly Hills residents.
Beverly Hills AYSO (424) 354-9232
Organized soccer league for children ages 4-18 years.
Beverly Hills Basketball League (310) 535-7185
Organized basketball league for children ages 5-15.
Beverly Hills Bridge Club (310) 657-6933
ACBL Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge Club held at La Cienega Tennis Center.
Great Book Discussion Groups (310) 452-7264
Meets every 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 6pm in the BH Public Library, 2nd floor to discuss and analyze great books.
Beverly Hills Heritage (323) 487-1914
A member based community organization actively preserving, protecting, and promoting the history and heritage of Beverly Hills through education, advocacy and events. Donations accepted.
Beverly Hills Historical Society (213) 792-2447
Preserving and sharing the history of Beverly Hills through talks, lectures, tours, and periodic displays at the Beverly Hills Public Library. Donations accepted.
Beverly Hills Lawn Bowling Club (323) 857-6676
This easy to enjoy, yet challenging sport has been a Beverly Hills tradition since 1927. A congenial game prized by Shakespeare, Walt Disney, Miss America, and people of all ages. Introductory lessons are free.
Beverly Hills Little League & Senior League
Organized baseball and softball for ages 41/2 - 15.
The Beverly Hills Theatre Guild (310) 273-3390
Brings fine theatre performances to the community.
Friends of Beverly Gardens Park (323) 551-5458
A non-profit organization founded to restore Beverly Gardens Park to its true beauty and splendor.
Friends of Greystone (310) 286-0119
A non-profit volunteer based organization dedicated to raising funds for the restoration and preservation of the Doheny Greystone Estate. For more information, visit www.greystonemansion.org or email email@example.com.
Friends of the Library (310) 288-2209
A non-profit organization founded to support and enhance the Library’s services to the community. Donations accepted.
Theatre 40 (310) 364-0535
A 45-year-old company of professional actors dedicated to preserving theatre at its finest.