Good evening,
Thank you for joining us at the grand opening of Marshall Park! We hope you had a great time. If you missed last weekend's celebrations, we have a wrap-up of Marshall Park's grand opening below, complete with photos and video of the day's festivities.

Now, here's what's making news for the week of January 24, 2017. 
Marshall Park officially opens
City opens first new park in decades with food, fun and games
Last Saturday, the City of San Gabriel officially opened Marshall Park, the city's first new park in nearly two decades.

To celebrate the opening of Marshall Park, the city held an opening ceremony with Mayor Juli Costanzo and members of the City Council, representatives from the Garvey School District along with state and county representatives. Following some brief remarks, everyone participated in a ceremonial hoop shoot to open the park.
See who's playing at the Lunar New Year Festival
Melissa Polinar, Travis Atreo, Perry & Danielle and more to appear
Singer-songwriter Melissa Polinar, acoustic pop artist Travis Atreo, and Hawaiin pop duo Perry & Danielle will be among some of the artists that will be showcased at this year's Lunar New Year Festival!

Mark your calendars for February 10 in the Mission District as the festival hosts live entertainment throughout the day. If you plan on attending, be sure to RSVP on Facebook!
Lunar New Year Festival vendors announced
Here's what you can eat and drink at this year's festival
Along with some notable artists and talent, this year's Lunar New Year Festival will feature Workaholic USA and their Korean dumplings, Waffle Land, Jinbao Chestnuts, BBQ of Tian Jin, Squidies and more!

In addition, several breweries will be on hand, including Lagunitas, Sapporo, and Angel City Brewery. A full list of vendors can be found at the link below!
San Gabriel start-up Ruby Lion aims to reinvent tea
New local e-commerce business to sell original flavors of tea
For Leonard Nima, tea isn't simply a refreshing drink. Rather, it's a discipline that's meant to be explored - so much so that he started his own tea company based in San Gabriel.

"At a certain point of time, an event happens that triggers you to think: I could do something better, or this is wrong and it needs to be fixed right way," Nima said. "There was just this whole empty area of places that could have been something like this - a company that likes creative, risk-taking flavors endeavors."
Silent Sundays screening this weekend!
Watch the sci-fi classic "The Complete Metropolis"
This Sunday, at 2:30 p.m., the Mission Playhouse will be screening the sci-fi classic, "The Complete Metropolis." With tens of thousands of extras, vast sets, groundbreaking special effects and over one million dollars spent (in 1927!), this film is a visual masterpiece. "The Complete Metropolis" will be shown with 25 minutes of missing footage, restoring Metropolis to director Fritz Lang's original vision.

Clark Wilson will be accompanying the film on the Playhouse's 1924 Mighty Wurlitzer theater pipe organ.
Upcoming City Council meetings
Study Sessions

No upcoming study sessions.

Regular Meetings
  • Tuesday, February 6, 2018 - 7:30 p.m., City Council Meeting, City Hall, Council Chambers
Upcoming commission meetings
All meetings are held at City Hall in the Council Chambers.
  • Monday, February 5, 2018 - 7:00 p.m., Community Services Commission

Upcoming events at the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse:
  • Saturday, January 27, 6:30 p.m.: San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, "2018 Chinese American Spring Festival," 320 South Mission Drive
  • Sunday, January 28, 2:30 p.m.: San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, "Silent Sundays Series: Metropolis," 320 South Mission Drive
  • Saturday, February 3, 8:00 p.m.: San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, "Ray Fuller & Friends: Celebrating Our History Through Music," 320 South Mission Drive

  • Thursday, February 8, 7:00 p.m.: San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, Playhouse Plaza "Wine, Dine, & Dance," Free Event, 320 South Mission Drive

     
Here is a list of events coming up in the San Gabriel community:
Click on the links in each event for more information, or  click here for more events .
The city is recruiting for the following positions:
  • Sewer Maintenance Leadperson - Closes on January 25, 2018
  • Neighborhood Improvement Services Officer (Part-Time) - Closes on January 25, 2018
  • Senior Planner - Closes on January 25, 2018
  • Mission Playhouse Stage Crew - Multiple positions available!
  • Mission Playhouse Usher - Continuous
  • Police Dispatcher Clerk - Continuous
  • Police Dispatcher Clerk (Part-Time) - Continuous
  • Police Officer (Entry Level Recruit) - Continuous
  • Police Officer (Lateral/Academy Graduate) - Continuous
  • Recreation Leader
  • Lifeguard/Swim Instructor
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