2nd floor Auditorium.
For more information on this and
other Family programs, please see
the library's website:
www.bhpl.org or call (310) 288-
www.bhpl.org @BHPublicLibrary@ BeverlyHillsPublicLibrary
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|Youth Art Contest - Flyer|
EXPLORE the Arts!
YOUTH ART CONTEST
"Beverly Hills 100 - What It Means To Me"
Reflect on the theme. Create an original artwork. Be recognized.
Deadline for entries:
|Planning Commission Meeting Synopsis 04-10-2008|
strategies related to State Density Bonus provisions, including
evaluation of regulations used in other communities and possible
direction to staff to explore alternative density bonus incentives.
The Commission discussed the regulations contained
|Community Services Quarterly Brochure|
for it to reopen in early spring 2015.
Fresh flowers, fruits, and vegetables are in full bloom at the
Greystone Demonstration Garden, which now offers gardening
classes for both youth and adults. Explore page 9 to learn more
about gardening at Greystone Mansion.
|Applications Being Accepted for Team Beverly Hills|
30, 2010. The City Council will appoint 32 members in July, and the 10 classes will kick-
off in October 2010. The new Team Beverly Hills class will spend six months exploring the
inner workings of City government, examining current community
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/7172--Team Beverly Hills App 2010.pdf
|Beverly Hills Announces Spring K-8 Enrichment Class Schedule|
Rodeo, Hawthorne, Horace Mann and Beverly Vista.
The City is also bringing back the popular Mad Science class to Horace Mann and Beverly
Vista schools. Through exploration and experiments, the class gets the left and right brains
|Beverly Hills Celebrates 36th Annual Affaire in the Gardens|
Celebrates 36th Annual Affaire in the Gardens
Beverly Hills, CA – Hundreds of artists from around the world showcased their wares at the
Beverly Hills 36th annual Affaire in the Gardens. Thousand of art enthusiasts explored the
wide-range of art
|Beverly Hills City Council Identifies Priorities for 2011-2012|
and smartest cities in America and meeting our goals of economic and environmental
Among the items that Council identified for priority focus are exploring opportunities to
expand and enhance the Beverly Hills brand, using Smart City
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/8080--City Council Priorities 2011-2012FINAL.pdf
|City Council Priorities 2015-16|
resources; Homeland Security Strategic Plan
Open Space. Explore options to increase
the City's green space, including pocket
parks, LaCienega/Olympic site, recreational
use of the Orange Grove Property
|November 20, 2014 Fine Art Commission Special Meeting|
of the Councilmembers suggested it be placed next to the Police
Dept. sign on Santa Monica at Rexford, or the Burton Way median, among others. The
Commission proposed several other locations as well, and will explore the more
favored options further.