Pasadena: CommUNITY Summit

COMMUNITY SUMMIT
Activating our Neighborhood

What changes do we want to see in our neighborhood?
A day of envisioning, gardening, painting, and creating.
Bring your creativity, talents, and imagination.

Who: Youth, Families, and Community
Time: 10:00-3:00pm
Lunch provided
Event is free
Register today by going to: http://block9.eventbrite.com/

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