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Teen Events and Activities

Teen Scene Looking for a place to meet new friends? Get homework help? Play sports? Do crafts? Just Chill? WELCOME TO THE TEEN SCENE! This new spot at Roxbury Park is a great place to hang out afterschool with friends or do an activity. We offer
Activities & Events at Greystone

Activities & Events at Greystone A link to a seasonal flyer about activities and events at Greystone Estate.
Calendar: Children and Family Events

Calendar: Children and Family Events View upcoming Children's and Family events at the Library! Click for storytime, summer reading, and special events schedule.
Photo Gallery of Past Events

Photo Gallery of Past Events
Public Works Events

Filming & Special Events

The Filming and Special Events Office is here to assist you in the process of coordinating the various approvals and logistics for your upcoming event and/or production. California Film and Television Tax Credit Program 455 N Rexford Dr.,
Special Events . Rates & Fees

Additional Fees Park Ranger (Required for entire event. Multiple rangers may be required.) $58.00/hour Maintenance Fee $344.00 Kitchen Cleaning Fee $280.00 Refundable Surety Deposit (exterior events) $1000.00
OBOC- Free Reading Events

September 16, 4:00 p.m. Location: Beverly Hills Public Library - BHPL 2nd floor Librarian Monica Zepeda, young adult specialist leads a discussion on the book Free Community Events Jean Rosenblatt
Greystone Events Marketing Brochure

guests $568.00 $709.00 201-300 guests $675.00 $849.00 301-400 guests $785.00 $981.00 Event Prep/Strike Time (per two hours, with a four-hour minimum for all events) Resident Rate Non-Resident Rate Up to 100 guests
Jim J's Jukebox: Discovering America's Music

Beverly Hills Public Library Proudly Presents Jim J’s Jukebox Discovering America’s Music Frank Sinatra George Gershwin Ella Fitzgerald Glenn Miller Cole Porter “This is the Home Run” - John Lahr, Theatre critic, The New Yorker
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