Arts and appetizers benefit Signal Hill bands – Press Telegram

The Signal Hill Community Foundation will present Arts & Appetizers from 5:30-8 p.m. on Friday, October 7 at the Signal Hill Library. The fall fundraiser will include appetizers, wine and the chance to purchase artwork from 10 local artists selected by Greenly Art Space. General admission is $60 and VIP tickets, which include a 5 p.m. reception with the artists and the Mayor of Signal Hill, are $100. For tickets, go to www.ilovesignalhill.org/arts-appetizers.

Goals for Life, which helps at-risk youth, will host a waterfront celebration on Sunday, October 9 at the Maya Hotel. Tickets are $225 each, table of 8 for $1,500. For sponsorship opportunities or tickets, email [email protected] or call (714) 603-3073.

On Wednesday, October 12, mention Steel Magnolias at California Pizza Kitchen in the Market, 6417 E. PCH, et. The organization will receive 20% of all food and beverage sales. The offer includes take-out, catering and online orders.

WomenShelter of Long Beach has scheduled its annual banquet for 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 13 at the Convention Center. For more details, call 562-437-7233 or visit www.wslb.org.

Act Out Theater Company will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a gala beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday, October 14 at The Grand, 4101 E. Willow St. Dinner and entertainment begins at 7 p.m. $150. www.actoutlb.com.

Sea Fare Chowderfest on Saturday, October 15 at the Aquarium of the Pacific will benefit the aquarium’s education, conservation and animal care programs. Food, chowder contest, beer and wine, live and silent auctions and more for $100 per person. 18 and over, aquariumofpacific.org.

A farm-to-table dinner and living pictures (Tableaux Vivants) will benefit Long Beach Food Finders on Saturday, October 15. The party will take place from 5-9 p.m. at The Plant on the Cal State Long Beach campus. Tickets are $125 or $175 for VIP reserved seating. Visit farmtotableaux.com/foodfinders for tickets and more.

The Camp Fire Long Beach Benefit Dinner and Auction is a western affair at the El Dorado Park Garden Pavilion, 2400 Studebaker Road, at 6 p.m. Saturday, October 15. $175 at campfirelb.org.

Registration is now open for the annual Steel Magnolias Golf Tournament, scheduled for Monday, October 24 at the Old Ranch Golf Club in Seal Beach. Proceeds are donated to the Stramski Children’s Developmental Center at Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital. Registration is $300 per player and includes electric golf cart, greens fee, beverages, on-course lunch, dinner and prizes. Go to birdease.com/steelmagnoliasgolf.

The sixth annual Luke-toberfest has begun, raising funds for pediatric cancer research and care, as well as scholarships for Wilson High School golfers. The month-long effort culminates on October 28 with a golf tournament and banquet at the leisure park golf course, but people can also participate with Links4Luke, where people play at their favorite course and donate, and Move4Luke, a 5km run, bike ride, swim or any other means of getting around. Details of all options are available at www.teamtatsu.org.

Registration is open for the 24th Annual Long Beach Symphony Golf Classic, scheduled for Monday, Dec. 5 at the Virginia Country Club. Single admission is $300, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and more. A drawing of opportunity will win someone entry into a three-day tournament at Pebble Beach. Go to longbeachsymphony.org/concerts-events/golf/.

The Long Beach Conservation Corps has begun its annual fundraiser. The corps provides scholarships, training and support services to help members succeed and pursue their post-secondary education goals. Go to www.cclb.-corps.org.

Meals on Wheels, which has been helping those in need in Long Beach for more than 50 years, faces substantial increases in operating costs and customer numbers. Since 2020, the number of people requiring assistance has increased by 50%. They ask for help from the community to continue their good works. Go to www.mowlb.org.

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