• Sunday, November 17th, 2013
Everyone is invited this Saturday, November 23rd at 9:00am for a continental breakfast followed by a presentation at 10:00am at the Joe Bridges Clubhouse in Glenoaks Park. Come celebrate this truly remarkable milestone for our canyon and hear stories from past members who grew up in the canyon. It should be a blast.
See the 75TH ANNIVERSARY FLYER INVITE for more information.
• Sunday, September 22nd, 2013
Come celebrate how awesome our neighborhood is with GOCHA’s Annual Pancake Breakfast in the Park. The Pancake Breakfast will be held from 8am – 11am on Saturday, September 28th at Glenoaks Park. Come hang out with your neighbors. GOCHA board members will be cooking up pancakes, sausages, and other goodies for all.
As always, the breakfast is free. See you on Saturday.
• Monday, July 29th, 2013
Come join your neighbors and spend the evening under the stars at Glenoaks Park. National Night Out is a designated evening when communities across America come together to take a stand against crime, drugs and disorder in their neighborhoods [http://www.natw.org/about-nno/].
Ice cream will be served!
And, this year, in conjunction with National Night Out, we will be having our very own Glenoaks Canyon Art Show. The show will be held at the Joe Bridges Clubhouse in the park. Please see flier below for more information.
Hope to see you there.
• Monday, June 10th, 2013
For the sixteenth year, Shakespeare by the Sea will bring priceless productions of Shakespeare’s timeless tales to Southern California communities and we are fortunate to have them come to Glenoaks Park again this year.
This year, Shakespeare by the Sea presents ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, a magical comedy about a young woman in relentless pursuit of her dreams. Admission is free.
The play will be performed on Sunday, June 30th at 7pm. Bring your lawn chairs, picnic, and blankets and spend an evening under the stars with your neighbors.
• Saturday, April 13th, 2013
Canyon resident and local artist, Nancy Wise and her husband Randy are wondering if there would be any interest in organizing a Glenoaks Canyon Art Show featuring artistic talent from our beautiful canyon. A professional artist, Nancy has been creating art for over 45 years and has lived in the canyon with her husband for the last 25 years.
Nancy is trying to gauge what kind of interest there would be in an event like this. If you are interested in possibly seeing something like this in the future, please email Nancy at email@example.com.
Please note, at this time, this is not a GOCHA sponsored event.
• Wednesday, September 12th, 2012
Come one, come all to the annual GOCHA Pancake Breakfast. This year the breakfast will be at Glenoaks Park on Saturday, September 22, 2012 between 8 and 11am. Once again we will be having GOCHA board members slinging batter and sausages to our wonderful canyon residents. This is a great chance to see old friends and meet new ones.
See you there and come hungry!
Title: Annual Pancake Breakfast
Location: Glenoaks Park
Description: Come to the park and have breakfast with your neighbors at the annual GOCHA Pancake Breakfast
Time: 8:00 – 11:00
• Monday, August 06th, 2012
Come join your neighbors Tuesday night for National Night Out at Glenoaks Park from 6-8pm. Enjoy a nice warm summer night with other families from the canyon along with representatives from the Glendale police and fire departments. And…free ice cream.
See you there.
• Thursday, August 02nd, 2012
Come enjoy Shakespeare under the stars tonight. Shakespeare by the Sea will be coming to perform Romeo & Juliet. Bring dinner, a blanket, and watch this wonderful play with your neighbors.
• Sunday, July 08th, 2012
The Chevy Chase library has been remodeled and is having an open house on Saturday, July 14th from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
• Sunday, July 08th, 2012
Shakespeare by the Sea is returning to Glenoaks Park this summer on Thursday, August 2 for a 7pm performance of Romeo and Juliet.
The company was notified earlier this year that funding for this program had been completely cut. Not to be daunted, SBTS organizers made the decision to return to Glenoaks Park and attempt to seek funding elsewhere to underwrite its $6500 per performance costs. Four organizations have stepped forward with $250 each: Glenoaks Canyon Homeowners Association, Glendale Arts, Apollo Insurance and the Glendale Gateway Kiwanis. Along with a smattering of individual donations, the company is still seeking an additional $4500 to underwrite its performance this season. Without additional support from Glendale residents and business owners, the company may have to reevaluate Glendale as a viable performance location.
If you’d like to help SBTS continue performing in Glendale – donate to the organization today – as an individual or through your company or business. If everyone who attended the performance made a $10 donation, SBTS would make their budget for Glendale and would return in 2013.
Donation opportunities are on their website:
Shakespeare by the Sea has been performing in Glendale for the past 6 years and would like to continue to perform for the residents of Glendale, but without additional support, Glendale sits precariously on the edge of losing this valuable community event.
Feel free to contact Lisa Coffi, Producing Artistic Director firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to offer support.