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Thank you for reading City Beat, the weekly newsletter from the City of San Gabriel. In this week's issue, you'll find all the latest news and information from the city, community events and more.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact Public Information Officer Lauren Gold at 626.308.2800, ext. 4624 or lgold@sgch.org. 

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Dumpling & Beer Fest is back on Sept. 29
Craft beer, food trucks & live music in the Mission District
Delicious dumplings, craft beer tasters, live music and more will fill the historic Mission District on Thursday, Sept. 29 for the 2nd Annual San Gabriel Dumpling & Beer Fest.

This year there will be 17 food vendors and 16 craft beers on tap. Attendees can also enjoy free live musical entertainment from band Cold Duck, DJ Nick and DJ Black Rabbit. 

Admission to the festival is free. Beer tasting wristbands can be purchased online from Eventbrite, for just $30 for unlimited tastings and $20 for limited (16) tastings, plus fees. Food will be available for purchase from individual vendors at the event. There will be plenty of free parking available around the Mission District. 

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  News from City Hall
Celebrate Active Aging Week Sept. 26-30 
The City of San Gabriel will celebrate Active Aging Week Sept. 26-30 with special programs and activities for older adults. 

There will be a number of activities throughout the week to help local older adults exercise their mind and body. During Active Aging Week older adults will also have an opportunity to sample some Community Services classes for free. 
Fall classes and trips begin this week
This week, fall classes and group trips begin at the Community Services Department.

Offerings including day trips for adults to the Getty Villa, Sony Studios, Tamale Festival, Holiday Cruise of Lights and more. Activity classes include introduction to computers, dance, soccer, classes for babies and toddlers, painting, tennis, karate and Zumba dance fitness.

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  Mission Playhouse
'Modern Family' filmed at the Playhouse
Episode airs tonight featuring Mission Playhouse backdrop
Last month, "Modern Family" spent the day at the Mission Playhouse filming several scenes that will be featured in the season premiere tonight at 9:00 p.m. on ABC. 

The exterior of the Mission Playhouse served as the backdrop to a wedding reception that Gloria (Sofia Vergara), Jay (Ed O' Neill), Manny (Rico Rodriguez) and Joe (Jeremy Maguire) attend in Mexico. Later in the day, crews set up a large green screen in the Playhouse parking lot where Claire (Julie Bowen) and Phil (Ty Burrell) filmed a car segment.

View more photos of the shoot

'Silent Sundays' series begins this weekend
The second season of the "Silent Sundays" film series with live Wurlitzer accompaniment kicks off this Sunday, Sept. 25 at 2:30 p.m. with the 1928 film "Speedy," starring Harold Lloyd. 

Come early and view vintage Model As and Model Ts on display in front of the Playhouse. The series will continue with Chase, Lloyd and Keaton (three short films) on November 20th with additional screenings on February 5th and May 7th. 

Purchase a subscription to see the entire series for $35!

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The San Gabriel Mission Playhouse is owned and operated by the City of San Gabriel. Unless otherwise stated, all events are presented by independent producers and are subject to change or cancellation without notice. The Mission Playhouse is not responsible for the content of such events, artistic or otherwise. The views expressed by these independent producers do not necessarily reflect those of the Mission Playhouse or the City of San Gabriel. 
  ACE construction updates
Questions? Call the project help line at 888.ACE.1426
CONSTRUCTION ALERTS: 
All four bridges at Del  Mar Avenue, Ramona Street, Mission Road and San Gabriel Boulevard have been completed over the trench, and are now open to traffic following staggered closures. Work will continue through next year on the aesthetic features on the bridges, including sidewalks, pedestrian barriers and lighting, but will not significantly impact traffic. Businesses along the ACE route are open and ready for customers, with no delays or detours.

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ACE photo of the week
Crews have begun to build the pedestals on the bridges over the trench. Photo: ACE/Jacobs
  On the agenda
Upcoming City Council meetings
STUDY SESSIONS
No upcoming study sessions.

REGULAR MEETINGS
  • Tues., Oct. 4 - 7:30 p.m., City Council Meeting, City Hall, Council Chambers
  • Tues., Oct. 18 - 7:30 p.m., City Council Meeting, City Hall, Council Chambers
  • Tues., Nov. 1 - 7:30 p.m., City Council Meeting, City Hall, Council Chambers
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Upcoming commission meetings
All meetings are held at City Hall in the Council Chambers.
  • Mon., Sept. 26 - 7:00 p.m., Design Review Commission
  • Mon., Oct. 3 - 7:00 p.m., Community Services Commission
  • Mon., Oct. 10 - 6:30 p.m., Planning Commission
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  Upcoming Community Events
Here is a list of events coming up in the San Gabriel community:
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  We're hiring!
The city is recruiting for the following positions:
  • Firefighter/Paramedic - Continuous
  • Recreation Leader - Continuous
  • Usher - Continuous
  • Police Officer (Entry Level Recruit) - Continuous
  • Police Officer (Lateral/Academy Graduate) - Continuous
  • Police Assistant - Continuous
  • Police Dispatcher Clerk - Continuous
Apply Now
City Beat is a weekly digital publication of the City of San Gabriel, published by the Administration Department. For questions or concerns, email lgold@sgch.org or call 626.308.2800, ext. 4624.


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