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The Woman's Club of Redondo Beach is a constituent of the celebrated Californian Woman's Club Organization. The Club House was founded in 1908. The clubhouse building encompasses a 0.1 acre (0.040 hectares) land cover. The clubhouse edifice was built later in 1922. It ably depicts the Bungalow/Craftsman style of architecture. The clubhouse is a renowned site and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Showcasing a wide range of performing arts and serving as a center for learning the nuances of theater, the Little Theater at Citrus College has a lot to offer. Ranging from professional shows and concerts to live music, from newer plays to classics, this is one sure place that wins over the hearts of all art lovers. Look for your favorite shows and lose yourself to the sights, sounds and complete entertainment. Call ahead for more details.
Rancho Los Cerritos was built in 1844 and was the largest and most impressive adobe residence erected in southern California in the Mexican period. It now operates as a public museum with a backing of rich history from the Spanish, Mexican and American California. This historic site contains a Victorian-style home, an Italian Garden, a research library, a gift shop, and a visitor center in this massive green space. Rancho Los Cerritos also provides tours, programs and events regularly - a great site to learn the local history. It was finally declared a National Landmark in 1970.
Smothers Theatre is the place to catch ballets, dance performances, student productions, exhibitions, concerts and other entertainment in Malibu. Located on the campus of Pepperdine University, it hosts stellar performances and acts from artists, such as Tommy Emmanuel, The Dave Brubeck Quartet and Steve Tyrell. The venue seats around 450 visitors at a time. Check the website for further details.