A four-day global conference titled “Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization” will be held on Thursday, June 4 through Sunday, June 7 at Bridges Auditorium. The event runs all day each day, beginning at 9 a.m.
This inaugural event of the Pando Populus organization will feature up to 1,000 presenters in over 80 areas of specialty.
It was a fun-filled night at El Roble Tuesday night when the Claremont High School Instrumental Music Department, including violinist Tom Choi, played their annual spring concert in front of over 150 parents, friends and music lovers. The concert was directed by Melanie Riley-Gonzalez and included a wide variety of music from different groups of musicians. Next up will be the CHS instrumental music awards banquet, honoring the top performers of the year at Taylor Hall on May 31. COURIER photo/Collette Weinberger
The dance for ownership of the Claremont water system continued at Tuesday night’s city council meeting with the city transmitting an updated offer to Golden State Water Company to purchase its system and assets for $56,335,000. This is the third appraisal and offer made to the private, investor-owned company that serves water to residents and business owners in Claremont.
Interested in exercise for a good cause? Walk with or without your dog through the lovely Pomona College campus on Saturday, May 30 to support the work of HOPE (Helping Out Pets Everyday), a local nonprofit. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. on Stover Walk (located south of 550 N. College Ave., and just north of the large grass quad in front of Bridges).
The 32nd annual Claremont Folk Festival is coming up on Saturday, May 30 at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. The bill includes performers such as the David Grisman Bluegrass Experience, “Blind Boy” Paxton, Dustbowl Revival and Tom Freund.
Commander of the American Legion Keith Powell Post 78 Rick Ostrea salutes during the posting of the colors on Monday during a Memorial Day observance in Claremont. About 100 people attended the traditional service to remember the men and woman who have died fighting wars for the United Sates. Updated with photo gallery. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Claremont’s Community Services Director Kathleen Trepa has announced she will be heading to the city of Goleta, near Santa Barbara with a population of about 55,000, after accepting the deputy city manager position.
Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton is a raconteur, using music to shares tales of how things were in the old days.
He uses any instrument he can get his hands on—guitar, banjo, piano, fiddle, harmonica and accordion among them—to play jazz and blues dating back to the years before World War II, crooning the words in a southern drawl.
On Tuesday, May 19 Claremont police pulled out all the stops when a resident alerted them that he’d heard noises coming from a vacant home on the 1400 block of Lafayette Road. Officers responded to the home at 10:42 p.m. and saw a flickering light in one of the rooms.
Interested in exercise for a good cause? Walk with or without your dog through the lovely Pomona College campus on Saturday, May 30 to support the work of HOPE (Helping Out Pets Everyday), a local nonprofit.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. on Stover Walk (located south of 550 N. College Ave
Put a feather in your cap and call it macaroni! A scaled-down version of Claremont’s beloved fireworks show will once again be a part of the city’s annual Fourth of July celebration.
The city’s Independence Day Committee voted to modify the Pomona College fireworks show using what are called “close proximity” fireworks that will light up the stadium and require very little water.
Bingxing Zhau and Yushuang Sun cheer for their friend Weimeng Kong on Sunday during 57th annual commencement at Harvey Mudd College. The college chose Chairman of the California Air Resources Board Mary Nichols to be their keynote speaker. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff