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The Pit Palm Springs: Erik Frydenborg and Anthony Miler

The Pit 258 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs

The Pit is delighted to present a two-person exhibition of paintings by Anthony Miler and a sculpture by Erik Frydenborg, artists based in New York City and Los Angeles, respectively. The exhibition will be on view at the gallery’s Palm Springs location from November 12, 2022, through January 21, 2023. Miler and Frydenborg are artists …

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Holiday Movies at the Library (10:30 a.m. on weekdays)

Palm Springs Public Library 300 South Sunrise Way, Palm Springs

Join library staff at 10:30 am in The Learning Center to watch family friendly movies most weekdays through Jan. 6.   The schedule is as follows: Monday, December 19th: The Grinch Tuesday, December 20th: A Charlie Brown Christmas Wednesday, December 21st: The Star Thursday, December 22nd: Mickey’s Christmas Carol and Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas Friday, …

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Walk of Stars ceremony: Craig Prater

Eight4Nine Restaurant & Lounge 849 North Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs

Craig Prater, president/executive director of the Palm Springs International Film Festival, will be honored with the the 454th star as it's installed at Downtown Park, but due to weather concerns the public is invited to the official ceremony at Eight4Nine.

Sustainability Subcommittee on Waste and Recycling


Pursuant to Assembly Bill 361, this meeting will be conducted by teleconference and there will be no in-person public access to the meeting location. To view, listen or participate in the meeting live, please use the following link: The meeting agenda can be found here.

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