Christmas with the Alley Cats | Dec 16 & 17, 2017
Sat 4PM & 8PM; Sun 3PM
Tickets → bit.ly/CurtisTIX
Stage memorable events, dance recitals, concerts, corporate meetings, special events, or theatrical productions. The Curtis Theatre provides an intimate 199 space that's perfect for your next event!
At its December 5 meeting, the Brea City Council appointed Glenn Parker as the Brea Mayor and Christine Marick as Mayor Pro Tem. The City Council Members are: Cecilia Hupp, Marty Simonoff and Steven Vargas.
"Christmas with the Alley Cats" is back at the Curtis Theatre December 16 and 17. This audience-favorite delivers a blend of timeless Christmas tunes with classic Doo-Wop sounds and a cappella style.
Do you have an overnight parking permit? If so, it's time to renew it for 2018. Permits are now available to renew online and will be available at City Hall beginning Wednesday, November 29.
Inspect your citrus trees to help protect them from the deadly HLB disease, which is spread by a pest called the Asian citrus psyllid feeding on the leaves. Once infected, a tree will die and endanger other nearby trees. Report detections to 800-491-1899.
The Watercolor West International Juried Exhibition is now on display, through December 17 at the Brea Art Gallery. Masters of transparent watercolor, Watercolor West, once again brings a stunning collection of one hundred paintings. Workshops available.
After each major holiday, neighborhood trash collection is delayed by one day for the remainder of that week. An extra pick-up will also be made for disposal of holiday trees. This begins Tuesday, December 26 and ends on Saturday, January 6, 2018.