Mountain Views News, Pasadena Edition [Sierra Madre] Saturday, November 3, 2018

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Mountain View News Saturday, November 3, 2018

Weather Wise


Regular City Council Meeting

6-Day Forecast Pasadena Ca.

 Sun Sunny Hi 70s Lows 50s 

 Mon: Sunny Hi 70s Lows 50s

 Tues: Sunny Hi 60s Lows 50s

 Wed: Sunny Hi 60s Lows 50s

 Thur: Sunny Hi 60s Lows 50s

 Fri: Sunny Hi 60s Lows 50s

Forecasts courtesy of the National Weather Service



Public Meeting 6:30 P.M. 

Council Chamber, Pasadena City Hall

100 North Garfield Avenue, Room S249 

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE (Chair John J. Kennedy, Tyron Hampton, Steve Madison, 
Gene Masuda) 

Meets November 5 at 4:15 p.m. Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S249 
(Council Chamber, 2nd Floor)

MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE (Chair Margaret McAustin, Tyron Hampton, Terry 
Tornek, Andy Wilson)

Meets November 13 at 4:00 p.m., Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S249 
(Council Chamber, 2nd Floor)'

LEGISLATIVE POLICY COMMITTEE (Chair Terry Tornek, Steve Madison, Gene Masuda)

Meets November 27 at 6:00 p.m., Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S245/S246 
(Council Conference Room, 2nd Floor)

FINANCE COMMITTEE (Chair Mayor Terry Tornek, Victor Gordo, John J. Kennedy, Margaret 

Meets December 10 Meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m., 100 N. 
Garfield Avenue, Room S249 (City Hall Council Chamber, 2nd floor)

Tyron Hampton, Steve Madison, Andy Wilson)

Meets December 11, at 5:30 p.m. (Special meeting) Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, 
Room S245/S246 (Council Conference Room, 2nd Floor)

Gold Bug Trunk Shows

 Save the dates! Gold Bug celebrates their 11th anniversary in 
Pasadena and their first full year in the new location on Kendall 
Alley with a Friday evening Anniversary Party on November 9, 
6-9PM. Guests can peruse two exclusive trunk shows featuring 
beautiful jewelry from designers Jamie Joseph and Joseph Brooks. 
Put on your party attire and play dress up with hundreds of jewels! 
Joseph Brooks will attend the party to share info about the stones 
he uses in his jewelry and their healing properties. Both trunk 
shows extend through the long holiday weekend. 

 Gold Bug is located 34 E. Union Street, Pasadena, for more 
information call 626.744.9963 or visit:

Free Flu Clinics Offered 

by The Public Health Dept.

 Fight the flu by getting a free 
vaccine at clinics offered by 
the Pasadena Public Health 
Department. The influenza 
vaccine will be provided at 
various Pasadena locations, 
listed below, on a first-come, 
first-served basis while supplies 

 The vaccine will be available 
to everyone ages 6 months and 
older at no cost. Minors must 
be accompanied by a parent or 
guardian. Remember to wear 
short sleeves. For more details 
about the clinics, call (626) 744-
6121 or visit: cityofpasadena.

Wednesday, Nov. 7, 10 a.m. – 2 
p.m., Pasadena Senior Center, 
85 E. Holly St.

NOTE: Pre-registration 
required for this clinic. Call 
(626) 795-4331 for details.

 Different types of influenza 
viruses can spread through 
the community during flu 
season. The Centers for Disease 
Control and Prevention 
recommends that everyone 
ages 6 months and older get 
the vaccine annually to protect 
against the most common types 
of influenza viruses.

 “Everyone 6 months of age and 
older should receive a yearly 
flu vaccine, to protect against 
illness, missed work and school, 
and even hospitalization,” 
Pasadena Health Officer, Dr. 
Ying-Ying Goh said. “Even 
healthy children and adults can 
get very sick from influenza 

 High-risk groups susceptible to 
severe influenza complications 
include seniors ages 65 and 
older, pregnant women and 
people with chronic medical 
conditions such as asthma and 
diabetes, according to Dr. Goh.

 Vaccines will also be 
available at the PPHD Travel 
& Immunization Clinic. Call 
(626) 744-6121 for hours and 


Regular City Council Meeting

Next meeting November 7

Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday of the month, at 7:30 
p.m., in the Amedee O. “Dick” Richards, Jr., Council Chambers, located 
at 1424 Mission Street. 

Library Board of Trustees Meeting

Thursday at 7 p.m. 

Ray Bradbury Conference Room

1100 Oxley Street

The Library Board of Trustees usually meets on the 2nd Thursday of each 
month. Dates, times, and locations of Regular and Special Meetings vary, 
so please check the website or call the Library Administrative Office at 
(626) 403-7330.

Public Works Commission

Wednesday November 14 at 7 p.m. 

City Council Chamber

1424 Mission Street

Leaonna DeWitt, Public Works Assistant

Phone: (626) 403-7240


Regular Council Meeting

The Altadena Town Council meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. 
in the Altadena Community Center located at 730 E. Altadena, Dr. (directly west of 
Altadena Sheriff’s Station). Altadena Town Council meetings are recorded and televised 
during the month on Charter cable channel.


City Council Regular Meeting

Wednesday, November 14, at 6 p.m. 

City Hall Council Chamber 2200 Huntington Drive San Marino. 

The City Council Meeting will now be recorded by video and posted to 
youtube. Visit: for more.

USC Pacific Asia Museum 
to Perform Korean Musical

Jackalope Indie Artisan Fair

Saturday, November 17 to Sunday, November 18 


275 S. Raymond Avenue

Central Park

For More information visit:

Free admission

 Old Pasadena once again welcomes Jackalope Indie 
Artisan Fair, featuring 200+ selected artisans selling 
beautiful handmade, specialty goods. Shoppers can 
expect to find trendsetting indie goods that include 
fashion and jewelry design, ceramics and paper goods, 
innovative home decor and housewares, art and 
photography, and much more. 

 The event also brings the local community a taste of 
DIY, with crafting workshops available throughout the 
weekend. Artisans will be hosting creative workshops, 
allowing attendees to take a dip into the DIY crafting 
world and get a better idea of the craftsmanship that 
goes into the one-of-a-kind handmade goods and 
products found at the fair. 

 Multiple artisan-hosted workshops will allow 
attendees to get a better idea of the craftsmanship 
that goes into the one-of-a-kind handmade goods 
and products found at the fair. Some require advance 
registration; visit the website for more information. 

 This fall, Jackalope Arts will be partnering with Brighter 
Future Charity (BFC) and accepting donations to 
promote its programs and services. BFC began in 2013 
after noticing a lack of inclusive support programs 
for families affected by autism. BFC students will be 
showcasing some of their jewelry during the fair; BFC 
will also host an event mural at which attendees can 
leave their mark and show support. 

 USC Pacific Asia Museum will perform The King’s Language 
Sunday, November 11 at 3:00 p.m.

 In a blend of contemporary and folk theater, The King’s Language 
whimsically retells a historical milestone of a nation’s identity as a 
people through rhythmic beats of a native drum punctuated with 
dialogue, song, and movement. 

 This Korean musical performed mostly in English playfully 
traverses culture to incite awareness in audiences of a fundamental 
human tool we often take for granted-casting a spotlight on 
what we risk as a species if it is eroded. Sponsored by The Korea 

 USC Pacific Asia Museum is Southern California’s only museum 
exclusively devoted to the arts of Asia and the Pacific, and the only 
U.S. university museum dedicated to the subject. 

 USC Pacific Asia Museum is located 46 North Los Robles Ave. 
For more information visit or call 
(626) 449-2742.

Fall Term of the Masters 
Series at Senior Center


 The fall term of the popular 
Masters Series at the Pasadena 
Senior Center, 85 E. Holly St., is 
scheduled Tuesdays to Nov. 13, 
from 2 to 4 p.m. 

 The Masters Series, which 
embraces and promotes lifelong 
learning, is open to members 
of the Pasadena Senior Center. 
Non-members can try the 
series by attending their first 
talk free of charge.

 Individual talks are $15 each.

· Nov. 6 – A representative from 
the American Civil Liberties 
Union (ACLU) will discuss 
what’s really happening along 
the U.S./Mexico border.

· Nov. 13 – George Lewis, 
a former NBC News 
correspondent, and Judy 
Muller, a former ABC News 
correspondent, will shed some 
light on what election results 
tell us about voter trends, the 
future of gerrymandering 
and the importance of voter 

 To register, visit www. or 
call 626-795-4331. 

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