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<<  Week of Sunday, January 15, 2017    >>        Submit Event    ALL Events   
Sunday, January 15, 2017 | 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM   
Torrance Airport Community Room, 3301 Airport Drive, Torrance
The Torrance branch of American Association of University Women present former Torrance City Clerk Sue Herbers discussing civic engagement, which includes civic service and community involvement. She remains committed to active involvement with several local community groups.
Sunday, January 15, 2017 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM   
Torrance Historical Society - 1345 Post Ave., Old Torrance 90501
The Torrance Historical Society is getting the New Year moo-ving with farm-friendly authors Rachel Surls and Judith Gerber who will dish the dirt on their new book, "From Cows to Concrete: The Rise and Fall of Farming in Los Angeles." Find out what happened, and where all the green has gone. They will share the epic tale of how agriculture forged Los Angeles into an urban metropolis and how, ultimately, the Los Angeles farm empire spurred the very growth that paved it over, as sprawling suburbs swallowed up thousands of acres of prime farmland. And learn how, on the same land once squandered by corporate greed and “progress,” urban farmers are making inroads to a greener future. "From Cows to Concrete" (9″x9″ hardcover) will be available for purchase ($40; credit cards, cash and checks accepted) and signing. "Farming in Torrance and the South Bay" by Judith Gerber also will be available for purchase ($20; cash or checks) and signing.
Thursday, January 19, 2017 | 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM   
DoubleTree by Hilton Torrance-South Bay, 21333 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance
The Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce proudly presents the 2017 State of the Region luncheon featuring Congresswoman Maxine Waters, representing the 43rd District, and Congressman Ted Lieu, representing the 33rd District. South Bay constituents can expect for Waters and Lieu to delve into myriad advocacy priorities for the region, including education funding; workforce development; infrastructure and transportation efforts; and land use and development. This annual event provides an update on those policy concerns with particular emphasis on how federal policy decisions may affect our region. Reservations for State of the Region cost $46 per person or $460 for a table of 10 for Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce members. Non-members can reserve seats for $76 per person. Reservations may be made by calling the Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce at (310) 540-5858 or online at the TACC's website. This event is proudly sponsored by: American Honda, Kaiser Permanente, PBF Energy, Torrance Memorial Medical Center, DoubleTree by Hilton South Bay, Green Hills Memorial Park and the Daily Breeze.
Friday, January 20, 2017 | (All Day)   
City Hall
Friday, January 20, 2017 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM   
5315 Torrance Blvd., Suite B1, Torrance, CA 90503
Please join the Providence Institute for Human Caring for an informational session to complete your advance directive. It's never too soon to have this conversation with your physician and your family. If you want care that takes into consideration your values, preferences and priorities, then an advance directive can help.
Saturday, January 21, 2017 | 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM   
Torrance-South Bay YMCA, 2900 W. Sepulveda Blvd., Torrance
1st Care mobile vet clinic will be providing veterinary services to the community at the Torrance-South Bay YMCA. Services include low-cost dog and cat vaccinations, micro-chipping and more. Space is limited, so please sign up online to reserve a spot or call the Y at (310) 325-5885. For more information about 1st Care, visit www.1stCareVets.Com.
Saturday, January 21, 2017 | 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM   
Torrance Airport 3315 Airport Drive, Red Baron #3 Torrance, CA 90505
Is a program a success when only two prototypes are made and everyone gives up the fight for production? It flies at three times the speed of sound and hovers at 70,000 feet. The answer is a resounding “yes.” This describes the B-70 Valkyrie. On Jan. 21 at 11 a.m., Air Force Test Center Historian Joe Orr will tell all about this jet and the fight for it. Conceived in the late 1950s, and built in the early 1960s, the B-70 was America's solution to the problem of strategic deterrence during one of the most fearsome eras of the Cold War. The B70 made Soviet leaders feel very uncertain about their ability to survive any nuclear conflict with the United States. This revolutionary aircraft utilized a combination of advanced materials and manufacturing processes to take full advantage of new developments in jet engine and avionics technologies. The result was a bomber that so thoroughly preoccupied Soviet planners that it caused them to develop a whole new specialized fighter program, the MiG 25 Foxbat, in an attempt to counter it. The Russians attempted to copy the American bomber was vaguely similar, but was, well, Soviet-looking. The B-70 program was never funded past the flight test phase; it certainly accomplished the mission of complicating our adversary's strategic defense problem. In the Cold War atmosphere it was considered a major triumph. Start your New Year with Joe Orr, and hear about this remarkable story. Speaking of the New Year, it is prime time to become a member of the WMoF. Western Museum of Flight is a Southern California Historical Aviation Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and relies on memberships. Check out memberships at http://www.wmof.com/newmem.htm.
Saturday, January 21, 2017 | Noon - 3:00 PM   
Wilson Park, 2290 Washington Avenue, Torrance
Southern California Live Steamers provides mini-train rides on public run days every first Sunday of the month from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and every third Saturday of the month from noon to 3 p.m. All SCLS members are City of Torrance volunteers with annual fingerprint clearance and are not paid for their time expended on maintaining the trains and facility, and providing the rides. Donations are appreciated.
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