What’s in this week’s Event-NewsEnterprise – August 7, 2019

What’s in this week’s Event-NewsEnterprise – August 7, 2019

Aquarium of the Pacific brings the ocean to life

Who knew that when the Aquarium of the Pacific opened its doors twenty years ago this summer, that it would eventually become one of the most visited, most innovative oceanic institutions in America?  Now ranked 4th in the USA with 1.7 million visitors per year, the aquarium has envisioned much more than a visit to see a Pacific ecosystem… [read more]

RELATED: Aquarium of the Pacific has renewed sense of purpose in ‘Pacific Visions’

By Brooklynn Wong — Long Beach’s Aquarium of the Pacific has long been highly-regarded as a hub of underwater education and spectacle.  But a $53 million addition has taken it to the next level. The Pacific Visions expansion is an addition that takes the Aquarium of the Pacific from aquatic zoo to [read more]

McAuliffe, Oak students test musical skills at music festival

On July 20th through July 29th, McAuliffe and Oak students tested their musical abilities. These talented musicians competed at the 57th Southwestern Youth Music Festival (SYMF). This music competition took place over two weekends (five days) and was held at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University of Long Beach. [read more]

United water polo club post strong performance at Junior Olympics.

The United Water Polo Club 14U brings home two 3rd place finishes this past week at the Natiponal Junior Olympics tournament down in Orange County.  United 14U Girls brought home bronze in the Championship Division placing 3 out of 78 teams while the 14U Boys placed 3rd in the Classic Division.  United’s 14U boys defeated number 1 seed Santa Barbara 11-9 to secure 3rd place in the classic division.  [NOTE:  Full final results can be found here.]

Senator Tom Umberg Successfully Secures State Budget Funds for Discovery Science Center

Senator Tom Umberg (D – Santa Ana) announced today that he has successfully secured $10 million in state budget funds to assist the Discovery Science Center of Orange County.  The funds will be utilized to assist the Science Center with the recent expansion and addition of new science exhibits and educational services. [read more]

Community invited to State of the District Breakfast

The Los Alamitos Education Foundation (LAEF) is partnering with Los Alamitos Unified School District’s new Superintendent Dr. Andrew Pulver to host the 6th annual State of the District breakfast event on Friday, Sept. 13, at 8:30 a.m. [read more]



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