Calendar

Feb
2
Fri
Gymnastics Event – Gymnastics 4hrs @ Palm Springs Leisure Center
Feb 2 – Feb 27 all-day
Feb
25
Sun
Bitchiest Brunch Sunday February 25 with Special Host Cee Cee Russell @ Oscar's Palm Springs
Feb 25 @ 10:30 am – 10:30 am

Just when you thought it was safe to Brunch… Oscar’s brings some of the bitchiest to their Sunday Menu beginning at 1030am. Come meet some of our newest hostesses and put them in their place. The one thing we won’t run out of…is attitude. Table Reservations (4 Persons) – $10.00

Feb
26
Mon
Lori Yeary @ Wang's in the Desert
Feb 26 @ 5:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Join me for any evening of great food, drinks and smooth tunes every Monday at Wang’s!

Feb
27
Tue
Parents of Addicted Loved Ones PAL – Free Support Group for Parents @ Desert Chapel Church
Feb 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Free, educational support group for parents of loved ones who struggle with addiction. PAL meets each Tuesday to provide continuing education and support for parents trying to save a son or daughter from addiction to alcohol or drugs. You are not alone – there is hope! “With new learning, we can reach a point where no matter what our loved one does, we will either know what to do or where to go for help.” www.palgroup.org (760) 383-1181

Mar
1
Thu
Fifty Shades of Thursdays @ The Village Pub Restaurant,Bar & Nightclub
Mar 1 @ 9:00 pm – Mar 2 @ 2:00 am

Drink Specials; 9 pm – 2 am; Entertainment by our House Band Moon Child; between sets entertainment by DJ DGAF

Mar
2
Fri
Galen First Fridays with performance by the Jasmine Tommaso Trio @ Palm Springs Art Museum
Mar 2 all-day

March 2nd, 2018 Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert As part of First Weekend Palm Desert, this March’s Galen First Friday presents a live performance by the Jasmine Tommaso Trio at 7:00 P.M. in the Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden.Jasmine Tommaso and Lorenzo Grassi began their musical collaboration in 2012, when Jasmine first moved to Los Angeles. Both from Rome, Italy, they have been very active in the L.A. Jazz scene.Today, the Jasmine Tommaso Group is all about sharing a love for jazz. Featuring classic jazz standards and original tunes, this outstanding group captures and delivers.The duo is currently performing with saxophonist Dr. Kelly Corbin. As a trio, the ensemble ventures into a wide variety of musical categories and ears are sure to be enticed. They can be seen performing throughout Southern California, check www.jasminetommaso.com for an updated performance schedule.Galen First Fridays are generously sponsored by Helene V. Galen, RSP Productions, and Cuistot Restaurant.

Mar
3
Sat
Palm Springs Dance Fest Gala Performance @ Palm Springs Art Museum
Mar 3 @ 8:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Featuring a variety of dance genres, arranged to astound and delight!  Award winning dance talent from Coast to Coast with international talent from Italy and France.  Each company and choreographer brings top talent and unique choreography to the Gala Night performance of the Palm Springs Dance Festival.  For more information on the gala, and other festival events, visit our website at https://www.palmspringsdancefest.com/. Upgrade Option: Pre-show sparkling wine reception Meet the festival’s artistic director, and some of the incredible choreographers and dancers performing in the evening’s gala.  Free flowing sparkling wine, an assortment of deliciously infused waters, appetizers, and lovely live musical accompaniement, located in the Musuem’s Meyerman Sculpture Garden.  Must be 21 or over to attend. Talent Line-Up – (Alphabetical Order):    Douglas Graham, Creative Director –  Doug performed on Broadway and in National Tours of CHICAGO, DANCIN’, CATS, and PHANTOM OF THE OPERA  “A true joy to behold, in every sense of the word. Miss him at your peril.” – Gina Zollman, “Cabaret Reviewer”, formerly of “The Beverly Hills Outlook”. Invertigo Dance Theater, Laura Karlin, Creative Director – Praised for their “poetic  flights of fancy” by the LA times and as “one of the top trend-setting companies in Los Angeles” by Dance Spirit Magazine.  Among many awards, Invertigo Dance theater was 1st place winner of the 2016 McCallum Theater’s Professional Choreography Festival. Jamie Nichols, Choreographer and Curator for the Brand Dance Series    Recipient of 6 Lester Horton Dance Awards for Outstanding Achievement.  Jamie brings a breath-taking original piece to the festival.   “A memorable performance for its depth of feeling” “remarkable gestural detail” “galvanizing” from Lewis Segal of The Los Angeles Times.   Lorenzo Pagano, Choreographer, lead soloist for Martha Graham Dannce After winning a dance scholarship with Martha Graham Dance,  Lorenzo joined the company in 2012 has been the lead dancer in many Martha Graham productions.  Lorenzo received the Italian International “Male Rising Star” award in 2016.  Lorenzo brings his original choreography in the style of Martha Graham, featuring Martha Graham dancer, Niccolo Orsilani, from Torino, Italy.  M/Motions, Manuel Vignoulle, Choreographer/Creative Director, featuring Rena Butler of Hubbard Street.   Technique, athleticism, and playfulness are all characteristics that shape the movement  of Manuel’s work.  Manuel’s work is highly praised. Manuel was the 1st place winner at the 2017  McCallum Theater’s Professional Choreography Festival.  “Like strands of DNA wrapping and unwrapping around each other, their duet unfolds with a fluidity that is aquiline and a force that is driving and earthy.” Critical Dance.Org.   Nickerson-Rossi Dance, Michael Nickerson-Rossi Choreographer/Creative Director  Nickerson-Rossi’s work is filled with intricate complexities.  “…expect a compelling, provocative and dramatic program presented by beautifully athletic and artistic male and female dancers”  Will Dean – Desert Sun – Palm Springs, CA.   “Nickerson-Rossi’s work contributed to be the most romantic work of the festival” Critic Charles Donelan – Santa Barbara, CA.  This year Nickerson-Rossi brings new, sophisticated and emotive works to beguile including dancers from both Nickerson-Rossi Dance East, and Nickerson-Rossi Dance West. Versa Style Dance Co., Jackie Lopez & Leigh Foaad, Creative Directors As a mainstay of Hip-hop culture, Lopez and Foaad have traveled to several Hip-hop dance battles nationally and internationally, winning many victory titles in places such as Korea, Italy, Canada and France. The originality, musicality, and energy of this dance company is awe-inspiring.   Named LA Weekly’s “Best in LA”  in 2015  and called “original, organic and extremely musical” by Jeff Slayton, SeeDance.com.   TICKET PRICES:   $99.00    VIP            Reserved seat in rows A-G , Includes Pre-Show Reception    $72.00   Premium    Reserved seat in rows H-M, Show Only    $55.00   Standard    Reserved Seating in rows N-P, Show Only    NOTE:  TO SELECT YOUR SEATS, GO TO TOP OF PAGE AND OPEN “EVENT VENUE MAP”

Mar
4
Sun
Bitchiest Brunch Sunday March 4 @ Oscar's Palm Springs
Mar 4 @ 11:00 am – 11:00 am

Just when you thought it was safe to Brunch… Oscar’s brings some of the bitchiest to their Sunday Menu beginning at 1030am. Come meet some of our newest hostesses and put them in their place. The one thing we won’t run out of…is attitude. Table Reservations (4 Persons) – $10.00

TRIO RESTAURANT’S 9TH ANNUAL “HOLLYWOOD’S BIGGEST NIGHT” TO BENEFIT AAP-FOOD SAMARITANS @ Trio Restaurant
Mar 4 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

In celebration of the 90th annual Academy Awards, TRIO Restaurant in Palm Springs will host the ninth annual “Hollywood’s Biggest Night” to benefit AAP-Food Samaritans at 4 pm on Sunday, March 4, 2018. The glittering evening will include signature ‘orange carpet’ arrivals featuring a group of paparazzo, and a special greeting from dynamic hostess and local celebrity, Bella da Ball. The Oscars® pre-show and awards presentations will be viewed on special screens throughout Trio’s bar and restaurant areas.

“Year after year, this continues to be a magical evening of dining, drinks, and the greatest awards show on earth,” said Tony Marchese, owner of Trio. “Starting with the walk down the orange carpet and the flashbulbs going off as guests arrive, the energy in the room is electric and the excitement builds as we wait with anticipation for each winner to be announced. Everyone has such a wonderful time, and every year is more entertaining than the last.”

“TRIO is the best place in the Valley to experience the magic and excitement of Oscar night,” said Mark Anton, CEO/Executive Director of AAP-Food Samaritans. “Their exceptional staff makes everyone feel like an A-list celebrity, and we are extremely grateful that AAP-Food Samaritans is once again the beneficiary of this entertaining and highly anticipated event.”

Since its founding in 1991, AAP-Food Samaritans remains dedicated to providing nutritional support to improve the quality of the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases. Initiated by a small group of concerned citizens led by the late Gloria Greene and Jeannette Rockefeller, AAP provides food to members of the community with low incomes. For more information, please call 760/325-8481 or visit aidsassistance.org

TRIO RESTAURANT’S 9TH ANNUAL “HOLLYWOOD’S BIGGEST NIGHT” TO BENEFIT AAP-FOOD SAMARITANS @ Trio Restaurant
Mar 4 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

: In celebration of the 90th annual Academy Awards, TRIO Restaurant in Palm Springs will host the ninth annual “Hollywood’s Biggest Night” to benefit AAP-Food Samaritans at 4 pm on Sunday, March 4, 2018. The glittering evening will include signature ‘orange carpet’ arrivals featuring a group of paparazzo, and a special greeting from dynamic hostess and local celebrity, Bella da Ball. The Oscars® pre-show and awards presentations will be viewed on special screens throughout Trio’s bar and restaurant areas.

“Year after year, this continues to be a magical evening of dining, drinks, and the greatest awards show on earth,” said Tony Marchese, owner of Trio. “Starting with the walk down the orange carpet and the flashbulbs going off as guests arrive, the energy in the room is electric and the excitement builds as we wait with anticipation for each winner to be announced. Everyone has such a wonderful time, and every year is more entertaining than the last.”
“TRIO is the best place in the Valley to experience the magic and excitement of Oscar night,” said Mark Anton, CEO/Executive Director of AAP-Food Samaritans. “Their exceptional staff makes everyone feel like an A-list celebrity, and we are extremely grateful that AAP-Food Samaritans is once again the beneficiary of this entertaining and highly anticipated event.”

Since its founding in 1991, AAP-Food Samaritans remains dedicated to providing nutritional support to improve the quality of the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases. Initiated by a small group of concerned citizens led by the late Gloria Greene and Jeannette Rockefeller, AAP provides food to members of the community with low incomes. For more information, please call 760/325-8481 or visit aidsassistance.org.