- Business Advocacy
Established in 2002, Adiva Intimates, a designer, manufacturer, and marketer of women's intimate apparel, started as a production house in the city of Commerce with an expansive market throughout the United States, Australia, and Europe. They moved to Alhambra in 2002.
The mission’s visitor offerings include guided tours and new self-guided audio tours in English, Spanish, French, and German.
With a passionate, uplifting style reminiscent of Frank Sinatra, Barry Manilow, and Michael Buble, Matt Barber delivers songs known and loved with a sincere, meaningful approach.
The 28th Alhambra Chinese New Year Carnival and Street Fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, with even greater fanfare and pomp than last year.
Inesita is a renowned Spanish dance artist who has performed in all-solo concerts internationally including Madrid, London, Liverpool, Paris, New York City, Mexico City, and Valletta, Malta. American tours have taken her to communities from coast to coast.
Special Olympic Athletes of Southern California will assist with the 5K start and will host games on the main stage at 9 a.m.
The Pumpkin Run has partnered with The Special Olympics of Southern California and money will be raised that will go directly to their organization. Their athletes will award the medals and start off the race with the blow horn.
The Lobo Ensemble repertoire covers western music from the Renaissance period to modern day, plus Latin-flavored pieces composed or arranged by Fife.
The Pumpkin Run and Hallowscream will take place together Sunday, Oct. 28, on South Second Street.
The festival will be on Valley Boulevard from Garfield to Almansor and includes 250 booths, some with featured activities, such as a dragon boat rowing station, an auto square, children's workshops, a health fair, and cultural demonstrations that provide festival-goers with a taste of Asian culture.
The annual Hallowscream costume contest and trick-or-treating, hosted by Downtown Alhambra, will be moved this year to join the Pumpkin Run Festival.
The annual Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival will celebrate its 25th year and welcome in the Year of the Monkey at a new location on Valley Boulevard: from Almansor to Vega.
A festival and carnival to usher in the Year of the Sheep. There will be all-day entertainment and demonstrations, 200 booths, cars on display, games, and prizes.