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March, 2021 Community Calendar
Wednesday, February 24 to Wednesday, March 31

•  Flair Cares Food Drive - 6th Annual Flair Cares Food Drive, Hang Up Hunger, through March 31. The drive benefits the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry, Food Pantry, LAX, the Salvation Army Santa Monica food pantry, and the nonprofit Santa Clarita Grocery. Flair is matching donations up to 250 pounds of food donated by customers at each location. The community is invited to participate by bringing unopened canned or boxed food to any Flair Cleaners - Redondo Beach, Santa Monica, Studio City, or Valencia. No glass or expired food, please. Donors will receive a coupon for 50% off dry cleaning on a future visit.

          Website: FlairCleaners.com

Friday, March 26 to Thursday, April 1

•  The Happiest Millionaire - The Master's University Theatre Arts Presents "The Happiest Millionaire" Streaming On Demand from March 26 to April 1 - You'll learn about Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, an eccentric millionaire with pet alligators and a boxing Bible club, who pours himself into creating a happy - though chaotic - home. This lively story follows his three children as they navigate growing up, falling in love and possibly even leaving his perfectly-happy home. Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy this wonderful story, the art of theatre and supporting the education of the next generation of artists through this unique medium!

          Phone #: 362-2255

Friday, March 26 to Wednesday, May 26

•  Reimagine Public Art Virtual Exhibit - Reimagine Public Art, part of DCA's COVID-19 Emergency Response Program, reflects on the moment, one year ago, when we drastically altered the ways we interact with each other, and by extension, with art. This virtual public art exhibition launches today and introduces more than 250 local artists working across mediums, who give us a glimpse at a new relationship between public space and art in the digital age, especially during a period of social, economic, and health emergencies. The exhibition shows us that art continues to expand beyond its traditional forms, despite any circumstances, finding new outlets for collective healing, exploring the city, and connecting with other fellow Angelenos and visitors alike. More than 760 artists submitted works for consideration to DCA's $340,000 initiative to provide emergency COVID-19 relief funds to help more than 250 LA artists.
          Website: https://culturela.org/reimagine/

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