- Business Advocacy
Former Alhambra Mayor Barbara Messina, known to her friends and family as a master chef of Italian comfort food, invites the community to come to the Soroptimist fundraising dinner Oct. 11.
In an episode of DIY Network’s hit show "Restored," host and preservationist Brett Waterman provided a couple with a tour of a restored 1912 Alhambra Craftsman to give them a glimpse of what their home could look like after its restoration.
The event includes entertainment, international food, games, bingo, large and small rides, and religious and cultural festivities.
Genovese’s has been serving the community traditional homestyle Italian food since 1980.
New this year will be the Downtown Alhambra Business Association’s very first Alhambra Chalk Art Contest.
The idea of Night Out is to build rapport and a sense of partnership, understanding, and trust between the city’s residents and their all-important first responders.
Well known for its handmade dough and fresh ingredient pizzas, Angelo’s also has an extensive menu of pastas, sandwiches, salads, and other baked dishes like homemade lasagnas.
The gourmet pub food location of 38 Degrees Alehouse & Grill on Main St. has been a great place for everyone since it first opened its door 10 years ago.
On Thursday, July 18, at the Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley, Panda Cares will host an exciting event for 400 club members and provide food and fun activities.
An informal social where business people get together, exchange ideas, and develop new relationships. These monthly networking programs are sponsored by and hosted at Chamber member establishments.
Food vendors, entertainment, family activities, carnival games
The Alhambra Educational Foundation will honor the community's dedicated volunteers and leaders.
Free entry and parking for this fair!