- Business Advocacy
The public is invited to stop by and view the art.
The Alhambra High School class of 1969 will celebrate its 50th class reunion on the weekend of Oct. 18 to 20.
Now is the time to reconnect in person, share life stories, rekindle old friendships, start new ones, and create new lasting memories.
Larry Stevens, retired from his dedication of being an Alhambra Firefighter for 31 years, celebrated his 95th birthday.
The City of Alhambra joined with local American Legion Post 139 to host a ceremony in honor of the dead and all who served the country’s military.
The exhibition features original works of art by 20 local and international artists, including artists with disabilities, who brought their unique art pieces depicting Frida Kahlo's legendary life, art, and legacy.
While dedicated to all fallen servicemen and women, the service particularly remembers those heroes who lived in Alhambra.
This year, the honorees will be The Alhambra Educational Foundation, Reyna Del Haro Kaiser Permanente Foundation, SCE Foundation, and the Nicole Tilley, William H. Tilley Foundation. All of them have been superheroes in their support of the Y.
Barbara Messina has devoted herself to the city and its residents, working to improve public safety, fighting to get the railroad tracks lowered between Alhambra and San Gabriel, improving recreational facilities, and expanding business and job opportunities all while ensuring a secure tax base and balanced city budget.
The Academy of Special Dreams believes that all persons, regardless of their disabilities, should have equal opportunities to express their talents and to be successful in the arts.
Expand your palate and your network at our Wine & Cheese Networking Reception. Sample a variety of fine wines and cheeses, connect with professional colleagues, and tour our community. It’s a great way to unwind at the end of the day and to learn how we can help you serve your clients well.