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December 27 - January 2
This week in Monrovia!

New Year's Eve on Myrtle Avenue Tuesday, December 31, 2013 - 7:00pm 3rd Annual New Year's Eve on Myrtle Avenue Sponsored by Wendy's and Athens Services A street celebration with friends 7:00pm - midnight on Myrtle Avenue $5 Beer and Wine Garden Snacks and Beverages Midnight Toast and Ball Drop Restaurants OPEN for Dinner & Gatherings Family-Friendly area- Tables & Kids Activities FREE Admission Live Band: The Lance & Gary Show, Sponsored by Donna Baker, Teles PropertiesCome early and enjoy beautiful, historic Old Town For more information, contact Pam Fitzpatrick: (626) 862-4297

New Year's Day!
We wish you all the best for the year ahead!
Foothill Unity Center Auxiliary E-Waste Event Saturday
9 am – 4 pm
Mt. Sierra College Parking Lot northeast corner of Huntington and Myrtle 

Tips on Christmas Tree Recycling

Recycle your Christmas Tree

Just place your Christmas tree curbside on your regular trash collection day beginning December 26, 2013 through January 10, 2014.

Please remove all ornaments, tinsel, plastic bags, nails, lights, and plastic or metal stands; otherwise, trees will not be collected.

Flocked and fire retardant coated trees will be accepted.

After January 10, please trim branches and place in the green materials barrel.

For more information, please call Public Works at (626) 932-5556 or 932-5553.

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December 20 - December 26

This week in Monrovia!

Sunshine Company's 1st Annual Holiday 

Program "A Charlie Brown Christmas" Friday

Santa Tours Final Day

Santa will tour city streets West of Myrtle,
South of Foothill, North of Huntington to 
Mayflower, between Myrtle and Fifth

First Day of Winter Saturday

Santa Breakfast & Lunch Saturday

Monrovia High School Girls Soccer Gift Wrap Fundraiser

Saturday Dec. 21st
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Donations  Accepted and Appreciated!!

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December 13 - December 19

This week in Monrovia!

VFW Post 2070 Barbecue Rib Dinner Fundraiser Friday

Fellowship Monrovia Presents “Miracle on Myrtle”  Friday

Monrovia Rotary Holiday Party Friday

14th Annual Holiday Season Benefit for Foothill Unity Center Friday Santa Breakfast & Lunch


Sleigh Full of Stories Saturday December 14, 20132:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Storytime Room
Good little boys and girls are invited to a special Christmas program filled with holiday stories, songs, short film, snacks and our traditional Bead Fusion craft ornament (younger children will need assistance with the craft).  For ages 4 years to 5th grade.

City of Monrovia Santa Tours

This year, Monrovia will continue our tradition of celebrating the holiday season by touring Santa Claus around city streets on top of a fire engine.  Escorted by a police car and a decorated public works sleigh, Santa will provide candy canes to the public.  City employees will, again, volunteer their time to help make the program fun…

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December 6 - December 12

This week in Monrovia!

White Christmas The Musical Friday & Saturday

The Louise K. Taylor Performing Arts Center is proud to present Irving Berlin's's WHITE CHRISTMAS! Based on the beloved, timeless film, this heartwarming musical adaptation features seventeen Irving Berlin songs and a book by David Ives and Paul Blake. Veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis have a successful song-and-dance act after World War II. With romance in mind, the two follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show at a Vermont lodge, which just happens to be owned by Bob and Phil's former army commander. The dazzling score features well known standards including Blue Skies, I Love A Piano, How Deep Is the Ocean and the perennial favorite, White Christmas. WHITE CHRISTMAS is an uplifting musical sure to warm your heart this season!

Free E-Waste Recycling Event Saturday & Sunday

Santa Breakfast & Lunch Saturday

Monrovia Community Services Departme…

Don’t Get Scammed by Utility Impostors

*A message from Southern California Edison
Don’t Get Scammed by Utility Impostors
Customers across the nation are being targeted by scammers who are demanding immediate payment on past due utility bills. Approximately 1,500 Southern California Edison (SCE) customers have received call this year, while more than 200 have become victims.
SCE wants to remind their customers to be aware of utility impostors. According to SCE’s Consumer Affairs Manager Marlyn Denter, it is important for customers to be alert and be aware when they receive calls from individuals demanding money for payment.
“SCE will never call a customer to collect or demand money for past due bills,” said Denter. “We are not in the business of threatening our customers with the termination of service.”
Denter continued to emphasize that there are ways for customers to protect themselves. The following are tips to help customers protect themselves from these scam artists: Ask for the person’s name and call back number, a super…