2014 Halloween Happenings A Great Success

Sierra Madre, CA. - November 4, 2014 – On Friday, October 31st the streets of Downtown Sierra Madre were filled with fabulously costumed creatures for the City of Sierra Madre’s Annual Halloween Happenings.

The cool air set the stage for an array of festivities that began with trick-or-treating at the Downtown businesses, sponsored by the Sierra Madre Chamber of Commerce. Following the trick-or-treating over 200 costumed participants marched behind the Sierra Madre fire truck in a parade down Sierra Madre Boulevard to Memorial Park where 113 contestants competed in the costume contest.

Local Environmentalist Featured on Bookmarks

Sierra Madre, CA - October 28, 2014 - Sierra Madre resident and local environmentalist, Caroline Brown is featured on new READ posters and bookmarks by the Sierra Madre Public Library.

“I love to read. I have several books going at once by my bed as well as on my iPad,” said Brown. The book she chose to feature on the READ bookmarks is, Moby-duck: an accidental odyssey: the true story of 28,800 bath toys lost at sea and of the beachcombers, oceanographers, environmentalist, and fools, including the author, who went in search of them by Donovan Hohn.

Special City Council Meetings

Sierra Madre, CA. – Due to the Veteran’s Day holiday on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, City Hall will be closed and the regularly scheduled City Council meeting has been cancelled. There will be a number of special meetings of the City Council beginning Wednesday, November 12, 2014.