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COMMUNITY EVENTS:

April 20

Annual Regional Housing Summit to promote a public dialogue on planning our children’s housing needs, Torrance Meeting Hall, Torrance Cultural Arts Center, 3330 Civic Center Dr., 323.466.3445.

April 21

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! A Spring Fairy and Dragonfly Festival that includes make believe games, a pixie project and imaginative dress-up. Smart Space, 12958 Washington Blvd., 10-11am, ages 3-6 years, 310.827.2458.

April 22

Meditation Techniques, The Wellness Community – WLA, 2716 Ocean Park Blvd., Suite 1040, 310.314.2555.

Free Family Festival, The Growing Place “Dino Fair,” an annual fundraising event, 11am-4pm, 401 Ashland Ave., 310.399.7769.

Poetry Memory Circle, Join poetry lovers and recite a poem that you have memorized; it cannot be your own poem. Fairview Branch Library, 2101 Ocean Park Blvd., 4-5pm, 310.450.0443.

April 22 & 23

Only the Best is the Brentwood Discovery Shop’s final event before closing. It will feature high-end designer clothing; all money goes to the American Cancer Society. April 22, 10am-5pm; April 23, 11am-4pm, 253 C 26th St., Brentwood Country Mart, 310.458.9940.

April 23

Holocaust Remembrance Day; The Nuremberg Trials and Their Legacy, with keynote speaker Ambassador Dennis Ross, Pan Pacific Park, Beverly Blvd. & Third St., 310.821.9919.

Holocaust Remembrance Day services to commemorate the Russian Babi Yar Massacre, Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary, 6001 W. Centinela Ave., 11am, 310.641.0707.

April 24

Bridge Classes, A series of five free bridge classes at the Santa Monica Public Library, Fairview Branch, 2101 Ocean Park Blvd., 1-3pm. The classes are for beginners or intermediate players wanting a refresher. Have fun, meet new people and challenge your mind. Call 310.450.0443 to register.

April 25

Yom Hashoah Commemoration, Holocaust survivors, diplomats and elected officials join to honor the work of Simon Wiesenthal, Museum of Tolerance, 1399 S. Roxbury Dr., 10am, 310.772.2528.

Ballona Watershed bus tour to create artwork to be silent-auctioned, sold or performed at two fundraising events for the Ballona Watershed area. The tour will be 3 3/4 hours, with expert speakers and video on the bus. Departs from Culver Events at 11:15 am, 11924 W Washington Blvd. Reservations required, call Jeanette Vosburg, 310.721.3512 or email, jeanette@saveballona.org.

April 27

Venice High School is hosting a meeting for high school students and their parents on free and low cost career training provided by LAUSD; community college certificate programs; union apprenticeships; armed service options; alternative high school diploma programs; and parent involvement opportunities. Meet in the cafeteria at 6:30pm. Call Jilene Dachtler at Venice High, 310-306-7981.

April 27-30

Agape International Spiritual Center, “A Call to Rise, Our Time to Shine” workshop, LAX Marriott, 5855 W. Century Blvd., 310.348.1260 x443 or www.agapelive.com.

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