Santa Monica, a Lifelong Learning Community

Lifelong Learning Community News - OCTOBER 2010

October is here and we still don’t have an approved state budget. Did you know that without a budget in place, the state cannot distribute funds to many service providers, including child care providers and community colleges? California’s community colleges have not received state funding since June; that’s $840 million in delayed payments, so far.

The most important thing you can do this October is make sure you are registered to vote (October 18 is the deadline!) and educate yourself about the candidates and propositions on the November 2nd ballot.

Following is some information on the state and local ballot measures that most directly impact our lifelong learning community:

CCLC OPPOSES Proposition 22: Prohibits the State from Taking Funds Used for Transportation or Local Government Projects and Services – The state is in desperate straits and has been raiding local funds to backfill state funded services which none of us appreciate. However, the Community College League of California (CCLC) opposes this measure because it will further reduce the State’s ability to function (yes, things can get even worse) and it will provide greater protection to transportation than to education.

CCLC and LWV OPPOSE Proposition 23: Suspension of Clean Energy and Air Pollution Standards – Prop 23 seeks to “suspend” Fran Pavley’s groundbreaking Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. CCLC opposes Prop 23 because it creates uncertainty and disrupts training programs for community college clean energy/green tech programs and it will also increase air pollution. The League of Women Voters (LWV) also opposes Prop 23, calling it a “’Dirty Energy Proposition’, funded by out-of-state oil companies....[that] would result in more air pollution and increased health risks and would jeopardize hundreds of thousands of clean-energy jobs.”

PTA, CCLC, and LWV SUPPORT Proposition 24: Tax Fairness Act which repeals the
corporate tax cuts that were passed in the closed-door budget deals of 2008-09. Those tax breaks cost approximately $1.3 billion per year in revenue to the state. PTA, CCCT, and LWV all support Prop 24 because they believe the State needs these funds during this budget crisis.

PTA, CCLC, and LWV SUPPORT Proposition 25: Simple Majority Vote for Budget changes the vote required for the Legislature to pass a budget from the current two-thirds to a simple majority. If the Legislature fails to pass a budget bill by June 15, all members of the Legislature will permanently forfeit any reimbursement for salary and expenses for every day until the budget bill is finally passed. State PTA writes: “We believe that California’s two-thirds vote requirement to pass both the state budget and revenue measures has resulted in a dysfunctional process that promotes political stalemates and long delays in the passage of the budget. This severely impacts the level and stability of funding for our schools, and impacts other critical services to children and families. We believe that Proposition 25 moves in the direction of real reform and gives the majority in the Legislature the ability to set priorities for spending revenue.”

For information on how the budget stalemate (not talking about the budget crisis, just the failure of the governor and the legislature to pass a budget) is impacting community colleges, please read “Community Colleges Face Payroll Crisis” at

CCLC and LWV OPPOSE Proposition 26: "Polluter Protection" which would redefine regulatory fees imposed on companies for harm done to the environment or public health as “taxes” rather than “fees,” thereby requiring a two-thirds vote for approval. This change would make it much harder for state and local governments to seek such payments and would consequently further reduce revenues available for education, lifelong learning, and other services.
For analysis of all of the State ballot Propositions, please visit
Y and YY: Santa Monica responds to the state free fall

In response to the sad and frightening reality that the State of California is defaulting on key responsibilities, like funding education, childcare, health services, and public safety, the Santa Monica City Council unanimously voted to put Measures Y and YY before voters, to provide us with the opportunity to avoid devastating cuts to our public schools and city services.

Measure Y would, in the words of the ballot measure, “offset severe state budget cuts, protect and stabilize City finances, and maintain essential services including: police, fire, paramedic and emergency 911 response, school, educational and afterschool programs, public transit, services for the disabled, gang and drug prevention programs, environmental, library and other general fund services.”

Y authorizes a 1/2 percent transactions and use tax. This is similar to a sales tax; exemptions include rent, groceries, prescriptions, medical care or equipment, any purchases made with food stamps, utilities, and all services like dry cleaning, veterinary care, construction and repair services, etc. The funds will be audited annually and all of the money will stay in Santa Monica.

Measure YY is a companion measure that recognizes the devastating impact the state budget crisis is having on our public schools. YY advises that if Y passes, “half of its revenue be used to support school, educational and afterschool programs, with half of its revenue being used for general City services such as: police, fire, paramedic and emergency 911 response, public transit, services for the disabled, gang and drug prevention programs, environmental, library and other general fund service.”

Measures Y and YY are supported by Community for Excellent Public Schools, the Santa Monica League of Women Voters, the League of Conservation Voters, Santa Monicans for Renters Rights, the Santa Monica Malibu PTA Council, the Santa Monica College Board, Santa Monica Firefighters and Police Officers, the Santa Monica City Council, the Santa Monica Malibu School District and many others. For a more complete list of endorsements, please go to

The campaign working to pass Measures Y and YY would like your help. If you are able to make a financial contribution or to volunteer some time, please do. Information on how you can help is posted at
Candidates Forums
Campaign season is in full swing and there are many candidates running for both the School Board and the Santa Monica City Council. Following is a list of upcoming Candidates Forums:
Monday, October 4, 6-10pm
"Squirm Night" Candidate Forum

School Board candidates (6pm), followed by Measures Y and YY (7-7:30pm), and then City Council candidates (2 year term 7:35-8:35; 4 year term 8:35-10pm).
Main Library, Martin Luther King Auditorium
601 Santa Monica Boulevard
Sponsored by the Santa Monica Daily Press. Doors open at 5:30. For more information, contact Editor-in-Chief Kevin Herrera at (310) 458-7737 x 110 or

Wednesday, October 6, 7-8:30pm
LWV Forum for School Board Candidates

SMMUSD Board Room
1651 16th Street
Sponsored by the Santa Monica League of Women Voters. This forum focuses just on candidates for the Santa Monica Malibu Board of Education.

Monday, October 11, 7-8:30pm
"Hometown Forum"

City Council candidates only
Main Library, Martin Luther King Auditorium
601 Santa Monica Boulevard
Sponsored by the Santa Monica Mirror. For more information, contact T.J. Mortemer, publisher at (310) 577-6507 x104 or

Thursday, October 14, 7pm
The Shores City Council Candidate Forum

2700 Neilson Way

For more information, contact Jack Neworth at or (310) 392- 2275.

Okay, enough about the elections for now --- except please don’t forget to vote and make sure you’re registered and volunteer with the Y/YY campaign!!

In other news:
SMMUSD and SMC seek Applicants to serve on Personnel Commissions
The SMMUSD Personnel Commission is accepting applications now for community members interested in serving and SMC is accepting applications until Thursday, October 21. The Personnel Commissions are responsible for ensuring that all classified employees are hired based on merit and treated fairly. Commissioners serve a three year term and usually meet monthly. Personnel Commissions are of critical importance in ensuring both the fairness and the efficacy of the school district and the college district. If you are interested in serving the community, please consider these opportunities. The following links provide more information:

SMMUSD Press Release:
SMMUSD Application:
SMMUSD Personnel Commission site:
Applications for the SMC Personnel Commission may be obtained by calling (310) 434-4402 and should be submitted online at


The Santa Monica History Museum is having their Grand Opening! (October 24).
The Santa Monica Symphony is celebrating their 66th season!
(Benefit brunch on Oct 24, concert on October 30.)

Santa Monica has picked up an award thanks to the excellent redesign of the Office of Sustainability and the Environment’s website. You can read all about it at or see for yourself by checking out

As always, we have more lifelong learning events than I can possible include. However, following are some singular events I’d like to highlight and encourage you to attend:

Monday, October 4, 6:30pm – 9pm
PPI Community Forum: Eavesdropping on Leadership

SMC Performing Arts Center, Broad Stage
Santa Monica Boulevard at 11th Street.
Free with free parking

“Eavesdropping on Leadership,” an informal and wide-ranging conversation between current Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and former Assembly Speaker and current nominee for Congress Karen Bass, marks the official inaugural gala of Santa Monica College’s new and innovative Public Policy Institute.

The conversation will be moderated by former State Sen. Sheila Kuehl, founding director of the Public Policy Institute of Santa Monica College.
Thursday, October 7, 7:30pm
The Lost Cyclist with David Herlihy

Santa Monica Main Library, MLK Jr. Auditorium
601 Santa Monica Boulevard

Santa Monica Public Library presents David V. Herlihy, author of the acclaimed Bicycle: the History, to discuss and sign his new book, The Lost Cyclist: The Epic Tale of an American Adventurer and His Mysterious Disappearance.
Thursdays, starts October 7, 8-9pm

Santa Monica Playhouse, The Main Stage
1211 4th Street
Tickets: $25

What’s so funny about death? Plenty, if you’re award-winning writer/performer, Ann Randolph, renowned for transforming horror into humor. Fasten your seatbelts as writer/performer takes the audience on an unforgettable cross-country flight that is both hilarious and deeply human. Thursday nights from October 7 through November 18. For more information, please call 310-394-9779 x651 or visit

Friday, October 8, 7:30pm
An Evening with Judy Collins

Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center, Broad Stage
1310 11th Street
Tickets start at $75

She has sent in the clowns. And looked at life from both sides now. For over fifty years, Judy Collins has been more than a Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter. She’s been one the pillars of American folk music. Continuing to travel the world, she still thrills audiences with her soaring soprano and her poetic lyrics. We think you’ll agree with writer Richard Farino who once said, "If amethysts could sing, they’d sound like Judy Collins." To purchase tickets for this performance and to see what else The Broad Stage is offering this season, please go to
Saturday, October 9, 11am
Opening Performance: If You Take A Mouse To School

Morgan-Wixson Theatre
2509 Pico Boulevard
Tickets $8, $6 for children under 12

This show is produced by the Morgan-Wixson Theatre as part of their Y.E.S.
The Youth Education/Entertainment Series (Y.E.S.). If you think giving a mouse a cookie is a recipe for disaster, try taking one to school. See what happens when the famous little mouse from "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" attends his first day of school.
Performances Saturdays and Sundays at 11am from October 9 through October 24. For more information and to reserve tickets, please go to
Saturday, October 9, 11am-4pm
Senior & Family Intergenerational Arts Festival: Celebrate of Life

Senior Recreation Center
1450 Ocean Avenue
Saturday, October 9, 2:00 – 4:00pm
Community Workshop #2 (of 3) – Let’s Talk Pico Library

Virginia Avenue Park, Thelma Terry Community Meeting Room
2200 Virginia Avenue

Participate in planning the new Pico Branch of the Santa Monica Public Library in Virginia Avenue Park! Come hear an update on the plans for the library, including the results of the survey, the draft library program, and park site integration. Your participation is key to understanding and representing the interests of the community in the library. For more information, please call Library Administration at 310-458-8606 or email

Save the date: the final workshop in this series of three is planned for December 4.
Sunday, October 10, 4pm
SMC Symphony Orchestra Concert

SMC Performing Arts Center, Broad Stage
1310 11th Street

Conducted by James Martin, this orchestra concert features a program of middle European music including Concerto No. 1 E flat featuring Kirill Gliadkovsky on piano; SlavonicDances by Dvorak; and Symphony No. 103 by Hayden. For more informaiton or to purchase your tickets, please visit, call 310-434-3005, or visit the box office which will be open one hour before the concert.
Tuesday, October 12, 11:15am
SMC Global Connections Lecture Series: Appreciating Narratives: Discussing the Israeli-Palestine Conflict

SMC, Humanities and Social Science Building, Room 165 (HSS 165)
1900 Pico Boulevard

Dr. Daniel Wehrenfennig, director and a founding member of the Olive Tree Initiative (an Israel/Palestine Education Initiative) also directs UC Irvine’s new program in Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

Seating is strictly on a first-arrival basis. Plan to arrive early for this popular free lecture. For additional information, please call the Office of Public Programs at 310-434-4303 or visit our website at
Thursday, October 14, 11:15am
SMC Special Event: Simple, Not Easy: Navigating the Racial Terrain in America

SMC, Humanities and Social Science Building, Room 165 (HSS 165)
1900 Pico Boulevard

Dr. Terrence Robers, the CEO of a management consulting firm devoted to fair and equitable practices in buisness and industry was a 15-year-old eleventh grader when he became one of “The Little Rock Nine” who desegregated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1957.

Seating is strictly on a first-arrival basis. Plan to arrive early for this popular free lecture. For additional information, please call the Office of Public Programs at 310-434-4303 or visit our website at
Thursday, October 14, 7pm
Illustrated Talk: John Entenza and the Case Study House Program

Santa Monica Main Library, MLK, Jr Auditorium
601 Santa Monica Boulevard

This illustrated talk will be presented by Ken Breisch, Ph. D., Director of the University of Southern California’s Historic Preservation Programs and is hosted by the Santa Monica Conservancy.

In 1945, John Entenza, editor and publisher of Arts and Architecture magazine, announced the initiation of one of the country’s most influential post-War architectural experiments, the Case Study House Program. The magazine commissioned the design and construction of affordable and innovative modern homes to serve as prototypes for the housing boom expected as soldiers returned from World War II. The homes were designed by some of the most important architects of the region and the generation, and most were built in Los Angeles.

The lecture precedes a rare opportunity to tour several early modern and Case Study homes in the Santa Monica Canyon area on Saturday, October 23, noon to 5:00pm. For more information and to purchase tour tickets, visit the Santa Monica Conservancy website at or call at 310-496-3146.
Thursday, October 14, 7:30pm
Opening Night: Globe Theatre’s The Merry Wives of Windsor

Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center, Broad Stage
1310 11th Street
Tickets start at $32

The Merry Wives of Windsor took London by storm. Now, this hilarious critically-acclaimed hit will make its U.S. premiere at our very own Broad Stage. So, you’ll get up close and personal to the same actors, staging and live Elizabethan music as at the London Globe. This is Shakespeare at his wittiest, bawdiest and easiest to understand. Performances from October 14 – 24. For more information, please go to
Friday, October 15, 8:30am – 4pm
Male Violence Prevention Conference w Dr. Jackson Katz

1700 Main Street
Free but reservations required

The Westside Domestic Violence Network is proud to announce that it will be holding a special, full-day conference featuring Dr. Jackson Katz. The event will be held on October 15 at the beautiful RAND building in Santa Monica.

Dr. Katz is one of America's leading anti-sexist male activists. An educator, author and filmmaker, he is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in the field of gender violence prevention education with men and boys. You can read more about Dr. Katz at You can also see Dr. Katz on Youtube at

Though all are welcome at the conference, the Westside Domestic Violence Network would like to extend a special welcome to the male community members. For more information and to register, please contact
Friday, October 15, 8pm
SMC Production: The Importance of Being Earnest

Santa Monica College Main Campus, Main Stage
1900 Pico Boulevard
General admission, $15; Senior citizens and students $12;

October 15 is the opening night of this is a very funny play by Oscar Wilde. Performances also on October 16, 22, and 23 at 8pm and on October 17, 23, and 24 at 2pm. For more informaiton or to reserve tickets please call 310-434-4319 (Mon.-Fri.) or visit or
Saturday, October 16, 11am-4pm
Pico Festival

Pico Boulevard – from the Ocean to Centinela

This is the 5th annual Pico Festival and the event is growing bigger and better every year! Two Starline Tours double-decker buses with guides will operate the length of Pico in Santa Monica, directing passengers to various sites and events. Visitors can stop and see artists exhibiting their work at various locations along Pico Boulevard including glassblowing and cereamics demonstrations at Santa Monica College. Pico galleries and studios will be open and many will be demonstrating artistic and creative techniques. Special coupons and discounts and 1000 free hot dogs will be offered on festival day. The Festival also includes a Classic Car Show at Virginia Avenue Park.
Saturday, October 16, 5pm – 8pm
SMC Alumni Kickoff: Homecoming Football Game

SMC Main Campus, Football Pavilion Skybox
Space is limited; please rsvp to 310-434-4215 or

The newly established Santa Monica College Alumni Association is hosting is first Official Alumni Association Kickoff and would love you to be a part of it. The Association’s goal is to build and re-establish lifelong connections with our alumni, friends, and family to foster mutually beneficial ties with SMC. At this first event, alumni will cheer on the Corsairs as they take on the LA Southwest Cougars.

Joining the SMC Alumni Association is free so please join today. To register, or for more information, please go to
Monday, October 18

Tuesday, October 19, 4:30-6:30pm
New Heroes Celebration

Le Merigot Hotel
1740 Ocean Avenue
Complimentary admission for new teachers and public safety personnel;
for all others - $25 advance purchase; $30 at the door: $5 for students

This event sponsored by the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce recognizes and welcomes new teachers and public safety personnel to Santa Monica. This year’s celebration will inaugurate the Annual Inspirational Hero Award by honoring the memory of Samohi athletic director and football coach, Norm Lacy. Special guests include SMMUSD Superintendent Tim Cuneo, Police Chief Tim Jackman, Fire Chief Scott Ferguson, and SMC Vice President Jeff Shimizu. Tickets are available at; please rsvp by October 12 to
Tuesday, October 19, 6:30pm
SMC Lecture Series: Building and Living Los Angeles: Past, Present, and Future

SMC Bundy Campus, Room 123
3171 S. Bundy Drive
Free with free parking. Seating is on a first-arrival basis.

Author and designer Margaret Bach shows her classic historical film - Landscape with Angels - and discusses her recent book as we explore Los Angeles history and dream about what our city can be.

This presentation is one in a series sponsored by SMC's Center for Environmental and Urban Studies. The center - which is open to the public -- features displays, a library and information center, video collection, native garden, and other services and activities related to environmental and urban studies. SMC has been offering courses in environmental and urban studies since fall 2001.

For more information, call (310) 434-4743 or go to
Saturday, October 23, noon – 5pm
SM Conservancy Tour, Reception, & Fundraiser: In the Canyon: Mid-Century Modern

Shuttles from Annenberg Community Beach House
415 Pacific Coast Highway
House tour only, Conservancy members: $50; non-members: $60
Reception only, Conservancy members: $150; non-members: $175
Tour and Reception, Conservancy members: $175, non-members: $200

The Santa Monica Conservancy presents a very special opportunity to visit a group of Mid-Century Modern homes that made architectural innovation and modernism world-famous. These early modern and Case Study homes in Santa Monica Canyon are rarely open to the public. For more information and/or to order tickets, please go to
Sunday, October 24, 11am
Santa Monica Symphony Beethoven Brunch!

Le Merigot Hotel
1740 Ocean Avenue
$75 benefits the Santa Monica Symphony

The Santa Monica Symphony is kicking off their 66th Season with this brunch. Please support the symphony. For more information and to purchase tickets, please go to
Sunday, October 24, 2pm – 5pm
GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION: Santa Monica History Museum!

1350 7th Street

EVERYONE is invited to help celebrate the long awaited opening in a beautiful new location of the Santa Monica History Museum. The Ribbon Cutting will begin promptly at 2pm. Volunteer and docent opportunities are available. If you’d like to help out, please email For more information, please go to

Huge Congratulations and thanks to Louise Gabriel and everyone who has been involved in this important effort to collect and preserve Santa Monica’s history for generations to come.
Monday, October 25, 6:00-9:00pm
State of Our Schools

Santa Monica Main Library, MLK, Jr., Auditorium
601 Santa Monica Boulevard


Tuesday, October 26, 6:00-9:00pm
State of Our Schools

Malibu High School Library
30215 Morning View Drive

Get the latest information on how our schools are managing during these challenging economic times. State of Our Schools is co-sponsored by Community for Excellent Public Schools (CEPS) and the Santa Monica Malibu School District and Council of PTAs and is intended to better inform the community about our school district’s accomplishments and challenges.

This year’s program features introductory remarks by Pam Brady, Immediate Past President of the California State PTA; School Board President Barry Snell and Vice President Kelly Pye providing an alumni perspective, and Superintendent Tim Cuneo providing an up-to-date overview of the State of Our Schools including the most recent achievement and fiscal information. Get the facts: come to State of Our Schools.
Tuesday, October 26, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Home Solar with No Money Down

Santa Monica Main Library - Martin Luther King Jr. Auditorium
601 Santa Monica Blvd.

Solar Santa Monica is sponsoring this event. What are the differences between owning, leasing, or having a PPA? Over the past year, new financing mechanisms have become available that allow home owners to get into solar "with no money down." Come and discover who's offering these deals, how you can qualify, and what the terms are, including what happens when you sell your home. Our goal is to present good, balanced information about residential solar leases and PPAs with a panel of experts representing some of the most popular programs currently available. Space is limited, so RSVP now to Drew Lowell-Britt at (310) 804-8449 or email at
Saturday, October 30, 7:30 pm
Santa Monica Symphony: Allen Gross conducting

6:45pm: pre-concert talk with Raymond Knapp
7:30pm: concert begins
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
1855 Main Street

This concert opens the 66th season of the Santa Monica Symphony! The program includes Rhapsody and Scherzo by Damian Montano; Cello Concerto in A minor by Schumann; and Symphony No. 5 in C minor by Beethoven. John Walz is featured on cello.

Now.... for all those things I didn’t manage to include… There are lots of them. I am not able to list everything that is going on in this amazing city. So....Please bookmark, visit, subscribe to the following:

City Master Calendar: The City of Santa Monica now has a master calendar which is really useful! It’s sortable by locations, event type, and age group and includes a LOT of information. Please bookmark it and use it – use it to find out information for yourself but also to post your events which will make it even more useful!!! You can get to it from the City home page, upper right hand corner, or just go to

The Santa Monica Public Library, ( and Santa Monica College ( have many, many engaging events scheduled every month. Please check these websites now and regularly for more information!

The Broad Stage ( has posted the line up for their exciting 3rd season. If you haven’t been yet, what are you waiting for? It’s great!!

To receive weekly emails from the City of Santa Monica highlighting upcoming arts events, please subscribe to the Santa Monica Arts Palette at

At this same site, you can also sign up to receive emails about events at the Annenberg Community Beach House, at Miles Play House, at the Civic Auditorium, and Festivals. Please don’t rely on me. Sign up!

The Twilight Dance Series has ended for this year but Friday Night Movies have begun! To receive emails about upcoming events at the Santa Monica Pier, please subscribe at

You can also use Santa Monica Connect to get connected with the city around you. What's going on in Santa Monica? How can you find out about art openings, performances, and special events? And if you need help — with child care, job assistance, health programs, or more — where can you turn?
Santa Monica Human Services Department has designed Santa Monica Connect to connect you with your city. Please spend some time exploring Santa Monica Connect at

The Santa Monica Convention and Visitors Bureau maintains a calendar and lots of information about events of interest to tourists and residents. Please check out their site at

SMMUSD press releases --- to keep up to date with at least a few of the many achievements of our local schools, please regularly visit You can also sign up for Twitter announcements!

Santa Monica College special news items are regularly posted (including great photos) in an online newsletter, Info@SMC, that for the fourth year in a row, won first place in the statewide Community College Public Relations Organization competition. Stay abreast of SMC news at

Santa Monica Youth Collaborative is using facebook to try to establish a community dialogue and community bulletin board for youth-related events and concerns. Please become a fan/member of the Youth Collaborative by signing up at

If lots of individuals and organizations begin using this very easy-to-use tool, who knows, maybe we’ll know what’s going on!!! Please give it a try.

A somewhat expanded list of monthly events is posted on the Lifelong Learning Community Calendar at

Lifelong Learning Community Links provide additional useful websites including local theatrical companies – listed under “Local Museums and Special Venues.” To stay current on upcoming events and to keep abreast of these wonderful local organizations, please bookmark Links at

That's all for now. Here’s hoping for a terrific school year for all our students!

Thanks, Cheers, and Onward,
Louise Jaffe

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