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Young Angels Festival - August 29th, 2010

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Sunday, August 29th, 1-5 P.M - All Ages - info@youngangelsofamerica.org

Great Food Trucks, Local Bands, Dance Floor, Stuff for Little Kids, Pirates, Princesses, Cupcakes and more........
Palisades is our Village. L.A. is our City.
Let's show what one neighborhood can do to help others.
The Festival is a benefit for Young Angels after-school programs.

The Young Angels Festival, Aug. 29, 2010, 1-5 PM, is an all ages Pacific Palisades community event that brings together families and friends to enjoy an afternoon of bands, dancing, great food trucks, and arts and crafts. Proceeds will support Young Angels after-school programs in South Los Angeles.
The bandstand and dance floor at the corner of Sunset and Temescal, will showcase local bands, guest artists from Animo Jackie Robinson High School, and the classic rock and roll of the Weasels. The Good Food Truck Stop and food tent will include a grilled cheese truck, a bbq truck and Southern Girl Deserts. An "Arts & Crash" area will include Nagoya Flava, artist Nori Shirasu, who will paint the Y's meadow shed with Festival guests, and a climbing wall. The YMCA will have a soccer demonstration, and Scratch D.J. academy will be providing a scratch 'n learn station. There will be a princesses twirling party, glitter tattoos, cupcake decorating and Captain K will teach pirate sword techniques.
Senior student producer, Rachel Jaffe says, "The Palisades is our community, but L.A. is our city, and the opportunities we have in the Palisades are far greater than those in other parts of town. This event is a chance for us to share what we have here with other schools."
Student production teams from the Palisades, Watts and South L.A.
have produced six dance events in the Palisades, two dances at Animo Watts Charter High School, a talent show at Animo Jackie Robinson High School, a student store and a talk show in Watts over the past year. This festival is the culmination of their Senior Producers Project.

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