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Nov
25
Sat
PVHS CLASS OF 2007 TEN YEAR REUNION @ Automobile Driving Museum
Nov 25 @ 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm

WHO’S READY FOR THE BEST NIGHT OF THEIR LIVES ??  COME CELEBRATE OUR REUNION IN A MAGICAL NIGHT FILLED WITH LAUGHING, DANCING, RE-INTRODUCING & CATCHING UP WITH SOME OLD & NEW FRIENDS.  WHO: PVHS CLASS OF 2007 ALUMNI + SIGNIFICANT OTHERS + SOME  DATE: NOVEMBER 25, 2017, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM  LOCATION: AUTOMOBILE DRIVING MUSEUM 610 LAIRPORT STREET, EL SEGUNDO, CA 9024 ATTIRE: FRESH PARKING: FREE ! THERE ARE TWO LOTS NEXT TO THE MUSEUM AND AN ALLEY.  $ 80 TICKET INCLUDES:  OPEN BAR BOMB FOOD DOPE TUNES BY DJ WIX — AKA CASEY WIXTED SEE YOU ALL THERE !!!!!! 

Nov
27
Mon
WXYZ Singles Night – 11/27 @ Aloft El Segundo - Los Angeles Airport
Nov 27 @ 5:30 pm – 5:30 pm

LA can be rough for single people to navigate: the city is HUGE, dating apps stink, and if you’ve spent time focusing on your own neighborhood, then you’re just running into the same people over (and over) again. So, join us for Singles Night at WXYZ in El Segundo where we’ll be pouring classic cocktails at the bar, with a perfect view of the pool and sunset from our deck area. No cover. No games (maybe board games). Just some fun in the Southbay! Live music from local acustic performer @MelissaBret from 530-830pm, with extend Sassy Hour pricing till 8:30pm featuring specialty drinks from our bartenders with Mt. Gay, Red Bush, and Cointreau partners!

Nov
29
Wed
Paint & Sip at The 2nd Bar @ Whole Foods
Nov 29 @ 6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

This month we will be painting this gorgeous Peacock! Relax, paint and sip on your favorite wine or beer with local painting experts from A Toast 2 Artistry.  Whether you make it into a date night, ladies night or social experience, this 2 hour event will equip you with a canvas, painting instructors and access to varieties of wine or beer that we carry at Whole Foods Market El Segundo. You will be creating your take home masterpiece while enjoying the plethora of adult beverages we have to offer.  Limited quantities of tickets. Must be 21+ to participate. Tickets $25 include canvas, art supplies, paint and appetizers. Alcohol available to purchase before and during event.

Hands-On Machine Learning & Data Science with Python @ El Camp Coworking Space
Nov 29 @ 6:30 pm – 6:30 pm

This is a free workshop for anyone who would like to learn data science using Python. We will be coding as a group, with examples and exercises led by the instructor. You’ll learn the basics of data science using Python programming, and you’ll leave with the ability to learn more advanced topics and specific toolkits. Please bring your laptop to code along! No prior programming experience necessary – we’ll teach you from scratch. We recommend creating an account on cocalc.com to code along in Jupyter notebook. We like to keep these sessions small to make sure everyone is able to ask questions and get help, so please RSVP on meetup to reserve your spot: This workshop is presented by theDevMasters: theDevMasters, owned by Einstein Assembly, provides educational applied labs and training for data scientists, data engineers, enterprise and other professionals. Our goal is to cover the gap between academic learning and demand in the market. Whether you are looking for educational enhancement, a salary boost, or a career change, we can help you achieve your goal in the shortest amount of time.

Nov
30
Thu
CalAsian Policy Summit 2017 – El Segundo @ AT&T Entertainment HQ
Nov 30 @ 11:00 am – 11:00 am

Join us for the CalAsian Chamber of Commerce’s 4th Annual California Policy Summit – connecting the business community to policymakers, industry leaders, and subject matter experts for an engaging conversation on today’s policy issues. PROGRAM 11:00am – 11:45am: Registration & Mixer 11:45am – 12:30pm: Lunch & Opening Remarks 12:30pm – 1:30pm: Panel 1: “Immigration and Millennials: The Future of California’s Economy” 1:45pm – 2:45pm: Panel 2: “California’s Leadership on Climate Change: Green Business is Smart Business” 2:45pm – 3:00pm: Closing Remarks  PANEL 1: “Immigration and Millennials: The Future of California’s Economy” This panel will discuss the impact of immigration policy on California’s workforce and economy and how local leadership has been shaping the national dialogue. Immigration policy is a social justice concern as well as a key component of economic development. Businesses of all sizes face uncertainty around the future of the workforce and how to remain in compliance with immigration policy. As the makeup of California’s workforce sees an increasing share of millennials, this is also an opportunity for the community’s younger voices to join and shape the conversation.   Introduction: Bill Imada, Chairman and CCO, IW Group, Inc. Moderator: Alton Wang, Assistant Director, AAPI data Panelist: Tom Wong, Associate Professor of Political Science, UCSD Panelist: Anthony Ng, Policy Advocate for Immigrant Rights, Asian Americans Advancing Justice Panelist: Sara Itucas, Solutions Consultant Manager, TriNet Panelist: Kenya Lopez, Student and DACA recipient, CSU Northridge   PANEL 2: “California’s Leadership on Climate Change: Green Business is Smart Business” California’s leadership on climate change, especially given recent actions at the federal level, reflects a widespread acknowledgment by local leadership that much is needed to protect local communities and economic growth. The impacts of climate change disproportionately hit minority and poor communities the hardest. Turning to innovative climate change solutions is not only good for the environment – it is also a smart business strategy. This panel aims to foster a conversation around emerging business opportunities in the green economy, foreign and domestic investment and innovation trends in this space, and how their cumulative impact drives sustainable economic growth.    Moderator: Nicholas Bryner, Emmett/Frankel Fellow in Environmental Law and Policy, UCLA School of Law Panelist: Fan Dai, Special Advisor to Governor Edmund G. Brown Panelist: Michael Smith, International Trade Manager, World Trade Center Los Angeles Panelist: Tetyana Kletskova, Investor Chair, Cleantech Open Panelist: TBD  

Mind Over Money: The Story of Investing @ Schomer Law Group – El Segundo
Nov 30 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

During our presentation, we will discuss the following about the traditional investment model:

Why market timing does not work
Why stock picking does not work
Why an investment’s track record means nothing about how well it will do for you
The ‘big secret’ of what’s killing the return in your portfolio
How you can be a very successful investor without using these speculative methods
Please register for a free seat at this link: https://www.schomerlawgroup.com/seminars/142/mind-over-money-the-story-of-investing/

Dec
1
Fri
Leather Biker ReGifter 2017 @ South Bay Customs
Dec 1 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

The weather outside ain’t frightful but leather is sooo delightful….so fire up your Ho Ho Harley and join the Bells Angels for the 12th Annual Leather Biker ReGifter Dinner! You and a guest are invited to pack your assless Chapsticks and join us at South Bay Customs for an epic night that includes a full hosted bar all night long, a biker style dinner, a re-invented white elephant gift exchange and – as usual – surprise entertainment. Biker Instructions:- Buy your Tickets – (Tickets are limited so get them now!)- Prepare (or order) your leather/biker/holiday attire…don’t be shy – Bring one wrapped re-gift/white elephant gift (per guest)- Show up at Southbay Customs (Motorcycle Dealer/Art Gallery in El Segundo) @7pm on Dec 1st- Email [email protected] with questions – Prepare for the BIGGEST ReGifter yet – and tell ’em Big Earl sent ya! VIP Biker Adult – $89.00

Dec
2
Sat
41st Annual BIG 5 Sporting Goods MidWinter Classic @ Jaguar Tennis Academy, LLC.
Dec 2 – Dec 9 all-day
December 2: Hot Wheels Garage @ Automobile Driving Museum
Dec 2 @ 10:00 am – 10:00 am

Tickets will be on sale for this event at a later date.

Evelyn’s BFF Annual Holiday Celebration @ MAC Cosmetics & Marmalade Cafe'
Dec 2 @ 12:00 pm – 12:00 pm

Great food and good cheer– the most wonderful time of the year!  Please join us in celebrating the holiday season with breast cancer survivors, supporters, family and friends! Please RSVP by Sunday, November 26th. Each ticket will include delicious lunch, non-alcoholic drinks, dessert and door prizes! Please bring you printed ticket with you at the event and present it at the door! Remember, do not leave until we get a group photo! Ho-Ho-Ho