The Sierra Madre Fourth of July Committee is looking for motivated, enthusiastic, creative, and friendly volunteers to serve on the committee as a member or a Co-Chair. The committee seeks volunteers to assist with various tasks to help with the parade and festivities. Join in the fun of hosting Sierra Madre’s favorite hometown tradition!
This past Saturday, May 26th, 2012 celebrated the 104th anniversary and 46th running of the Mount Wilson Trail Race. It was another successful year with great weather, stellar finishing times, and a lively crowd.
Sierra Madre's Community Cable Channel
The City of Sierra Madre now has LIVE Meeting Coverage!!! Live internet streaming is available at http://sierramadre.kgem.tv on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm for Sierra Madre City Council Meetings. Sierra Madre Planning Commission Meetings are viewable live on the first and third Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm.
Viewers can also click on "TV CHANNELS & SCHEDULES" located on the header of the screen on http://sierramadre.kgem.tv for detailed program schedules. Click on "Sierra Madre, CA" and it will take you directly to the Sierra Madre programming guides. Viewers have the option to click on "Today's TV Schedule" or "Weekly TV Schedule"
Full Length Movies and Sitcoms, Commercial Free!
Residents who subscribe to Time Warner Cable now have access to watch public domain TV shows from the 50s, 60s and beyond on the City’s government-education channel 98. Shows like Andy Griffith, Captain America, Mr. Wizard, Robin Hood, Beverly Hillbillies, Hancock, and many, many more. Public domain movies include A Star is Born, My Man Godfrey, The Last Time I Saw Paris, Meet John Doe, The Royal Wedding, Father’s Little Dividend, the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Shirley Temple, and all the Charlie Chaplin movies! There is also more current and timely shows from www.PegMedia.org
Call for Artists for Art Shows
In an effort to promote the professional development of local artists and their work, the Community Services Commission and Arts Advisory Committee features a rotation calendar of visual art shows at City Hall. Local artists are invited to submit samples of work for review and possible inclusion for future exhibits. Shows run for 6 to 8 weeks with a special reception. The exhibits may be viewed during business hours at Sierra Madre City Hall, 232 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. If you are interested in submitting your work for an art show, please submit samples (copies, not originals) of your work to: Community Services Department, c/o Community Services Commission, Art Advisory Committee, 611 E. Sierra Madre Blvd., Sierra Madre, CA 91024. If you have additional questions, please call 626-355-5278 for more information.
Select recreation facilities may be reserved by private organizations or community groups. Any group desiring information can tentatively reserve online at City of Sierra Madre's Community Services Department Online Registration System.
The City of Sierra Madre offers these transportation programs to its residents.