Jan
10
6:00 PM18:00

Thank You, Leron

  • Hollywood Museum in the Max Factor Building (map)
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The L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs invites you to Thank You, Leron

You’re invited to a celebration in honor of Leron Gubler’s 25 years of extraordinary service as CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce AND LACER is excited to welcome the new CEO, Rana Ghadban!

Thursday, January 10, 2019

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

 

The Hollywood Museum

in the Historic Max Factor Building

1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd.)

 

Individual Tickets - $100

For Sponsorship Opportunities please contact Will Seymour at ThankYouLeronEvent@LACERstars.org or by phone (323) 957-6481.

Event Parking available in Hollywood High School at the corner of Highland and Selma Avenues.

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Día de los Muertos
Oct
27
12:00 PM12:00

Día de los Muertos

The students of the L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs have been invited to participate Hollywood Forever's DIA DE LOS MUERTOS event. Students and teaching artists across all four of LACER’s middle schools are building a pyramid of nichos, creating a very personal collaborative altar. Also, LACER's award-winning KING DRILL will perform on the main stage!

LACER Exhibit 12 noon to 12 midnight

A pyramid of nichos created by middle school students and teaching artists celebrating loved ones. Find us in the Kids Center near the Main Gates of Hollywood Forever directly across from the flower shop.

LACER’s King Drill Team Performance 4:15 pm

The award-winning King Drill Team present a “Day of the Dead” performance on the Main Stage (Muerte y Tradición).

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Happy Hour Benefitting LACER!
Oct
3
6:00 PM18:00

Happy Hour Benefitting LACER!

Want to join us in supporting a good cause? Do you enjoy cocktails and fun? Then, the Champions for LACER Happy Hour is for you! LACER Board Members Fernando and Nicole are hosting an evening expected to be full of laughs and excitement. Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps! If you cannot join us, we will be sad, but you can help us miss you a little less by donating a $20.

LACER provides free classes in the arts, athletics, and academics every day after school, to more than 4,000 middle and high school students in Los Angeles. LACER is creating opportunities, building academic skills, and preparing students for their future. This is an amazing program and magnificent group of very passionate individuals.

“LACER makes me feel safe, and it is the type of environment where you can meet ALL kinds of different people with different personalities.”
— Vanessa, 8th-grade LACER student

https://vimeo.com/243016770

Register at:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/champions-for-lacer-happy-hour-tickets-50385016942

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Jul
16
to Aug 31

LACER Registration 2018-19

The L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs are located at Bancroft, Irving, King, and LeConte Middle Schools and Fairfax and Hollywood High Schools. Registration is FREE to all students who are enrolled in those schools. Spaces are limited and in some cases, like King Middle School, students are chosen by random lottery.

For more information please contact Senior Program Director, Adriana Almazán AA@LACERstars.org.

 

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Health Career Workshop (HHS)
May
24
3:00 PM15:00

Health Career Workshop (HHS)

LACER is providing a 3-part series of interactive workshops for our high school students to explore various health careers.  The workshops will include a panel of health professionals speaking about their specific careers and offering an opportunity for our students to meet one-on-one with health professionals to ask questions related to their professions. 

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Starfest Dance
May
19
1:00 PM13:00

Starfest Dance

Event Sponsors

LACER’s Starfest Art, Music, and Dance are made possible by a major contribution to the arts by the Wilbur May Foundation and our long-time partnerships with LeConte Middle School, Musicians Institute, and Bancroft Middle School.

We would also like to acknowledge the generosity of the following individual sponsors:

Al Roberts

Richard Dawson

David & Karla Goldberg

Susan Goldberg

Rose Z. Chapnick

Public Interest Investigations

Carol K. Smith Family Trust

Joan E. Smiles

Will Seymour

Ford Wellness Center

Romo-Reilly Charitable Fund

Sharon Stricker & Jackie Goldberg

LuAnn Boylan

Nicole Carcel

Miguel Angel Jimenez

Helena Paulin

Elizabeth Weinberg

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Starfest Music
May
11
6:00 PM18:00

Starfest Music

Event Sponsors

LACER’s Starfest Art, Music, and Dance are made possible by a major contribution to the arts by the Wilbur May Foundation and our long-time partnerships with LeConte Middle School, Musicians Institute, and Bancroft Middle School.

We would also like to acknowledge the generosity of the following individual sponsors:

Al Roberts

Richard Dawson

David & Karla Goldberg

Susan Goldberg

Rose Z. Chapnick

Public Interest Investigations

Carol K. Smith Family Trust

Joan E. Smiles

Will Seymour

Ford Wellness Center

Romo-Reilly Charitable Fund

Sharon Stricker & Jackie Goldberg

LuAnn Boylan

Nicole Carcel

Miguel Angel Jimenez

Helena Paulin

Elizabeth Weinberg

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LACER's 10th Annual Fairfax Talent Show
Apr
27
6:00 PM18:00

LACER's 10th Annual Fairfax Talent Show

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L.A.C.E.R., in collaboration with the City of West Hollywood, will be hosting the 10th Annual Talent Show at Fairfax High school. We will be featuring 15 acts, with a total of 49 student performers, which include performances in dance, music and spoken word. It is a community event and we welcome all spectators to come out and see the amazing talent our students have to offer. All students went through an audition process, and these were the top 15 acts selected out of 32 performances. Students have the opportunity to place 1st place for $300, 2nd place for $200 and 3rd place for $100. We also have professional judges coming out to select the winners on April 27th! This is the only event of its kind on the Fairfax campus and has become a loved tradition at Fairfax High School.

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Health Career Workshop (Hollywood High)
Apr
24
3:00 PM15:00

Health Career Workshop (Hollywood High)

LACER is providing a 3-part series of interactive workshops for our high school students to explore various health careers.  The workshops will include a panel of health professionals speaking about their specific careers and offering an opportunity for our students to meet one-on-one with health professionals to ask questions related to their professions. 

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Health Career Workshop (Fairfax High)
Apr
18
3:15 PM15:15

Health Career Workshop (Fairfax High)

LACER is providing a 3-part series of interactive workshops for our high school students to explore various health careers.  The workshops will include a panel of health professionals speaking about their specific careers and offering an opportunity for our students to meet one-on-one with health professionals to ask questions related to their professions. 

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LACER's Annual Rock Show at LeConte
Apr
13
1:00 PM13:00

LACER's Annual Rock Show at LeConte

TWO PERFORMANCES: 1:00 pm and 4:30 pm

* In order to attend the school-wide assembly at 1:00 PM, please contact Jeanine DiTomasso at (323) 957-6481 or JDT@LACERstars.org.


THE ROCK BAND WORKSHOP

The Rock Band Workshop at LeConte Middle School is made possible by the Wilbur May Foundation, the California Arts Council, a State Agency, as well as the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal Agency, the Roth Family Foundation, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, and by the generosity of the Flourish Foundation, LeConte Middle School, and LACER’s supporters and parents.

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Starfest Art
Mar
22
3:30 PM15:30

Starfest Art

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LACER's Visual Art students from Bancroft, Irving, King, and LeConte present their work in a group show at LeConte M.S. The show is attended by their peers from the four after-school programs, parents, LACER staff, and the community. This year, the exhibit will be open for a second day in order for the entire LeConte student body to attend.

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