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National Convention May 19-21. Registration is open.

 

UPCOMING CHAPTER EVENTS...

 


NAPKIN SKETCH CONTEST - ENTRIES DUE 4/30

 

 

Show us your sketch(es)! Any napkin. Any media. Any subject. Blind judging. Prizes for top three entries.

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY ReSTORE  OPEN HOUSE 5/3

 

 

Attend this special open house with H4H staff and learn all about the good things they do. Architects, contractors and whomever would like to attend are most welcomed.  Food, beverage and paella from a champion chef will be served. See you at this very fun FREE event!

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A.R.E. LECTURE SERIES 5/7
BUILDING DESIGN

Students and Associate members get together to learn and prep for your exam! This session will cover
Building Design.

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SAVE THE DATE! FRIDAY FORUM 5/13
AIACC REGULATORY AFFAIRS UPDATE WITH SCOTT GAUDINEER, AIA

 

Learn about the current regulatory issues being discussed now. What are the issues and how will they affect architects and the profession?

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A.R.E. LECTURE SERIES 5/21
BUILDING PLANNING

 

Students and Associate members get together to learn and prep for your exam! This session will cover
Building Planning.

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RESTAURANTOUR 5/24
DEL FRISCO'S GRILLE

   

Join us for a fun social evening at the new Del Frisco's Grille on Lake Ave! Meet up with your colleagues. Make new friends. Try the filet mignon or ahi tacos!

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DISASTER PREPAREDNESS & RESILIENCY 5/25
GUIDE FOR RESILIENT FACILITIES

 

 

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A.R.E. LECTURE SERIES 6/4
METHODS & MATERIALS

 

Students and Associate members get together to learn and prep for your exam! This session will cover Methods & Materials.

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RESTAURANTOUR 6/26
LA GRANDE ORANGE CAFE

  

 

 


PLEA 2016 CONFERENCE 7/10-13

 

The Chapter is pleased to support Cal Poly Pomona, the University of Southern California and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in organizing the annual Passive Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) Conference with the theme "Cities, Buildings, People: Towards Regenerative Environments" at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles from July 10 to the 13th.

PLEA is an organization engaged in a worldwide discourse on sustainable architecture and urban design through annual international conferences, workshops and publications. It has a membership of several thousand professionals, academics and students from over 40 countries. Since 1982 PLEA has organized highly ranked international conferences and events across the globe. This is the first time that the United States hosts a PLEA conference.

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RESTAURANTOUR 9/27
SECO NEW AMERICAN RESTAURANT

 

 


RESTAURANTOUR 11/22
MIKE & ANNE'S

 

 



COMMUNITY EVENTS OF INTEREST...

  

MUSEUMS OF THE ARROYO DAY 5/15

 

Join us for Museums of the Arroyo Day on Sunday, May 15, 2016, when six museums in Los Angeles and Pasadena open their doors — free of charge — from noon to 5 p.m., with last museum entrance at 4 p.m. Each year, thousands of Angelinos have experienced the diverse mix of art, architecture and history of the Arroyo Seco area found in the six unique history-based museums that preserve and perpetuate early Los Angeles life. Discover what continues to make the Arroyo Seco a bustling, vibrant arts-driven community that crosses neighborhoods and social boundaries. The public can visit the MOTA museums during the day at no charge. INFO


CASI SOCAL SUMMER SEMINAR 6/10
Accessibility Requirements: Recreation Facilities and Outdoor Developed Areas

 

Earn ADA CEUs! Get Ready for the Fun Stuff! This seminar will highlight the recreation facility requirements covered by the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design issued by the Department of Justice (DOJ). A detailed look at the scoping and technical requirements for amusement facilities, recreational boating facilities, fishing facilities, miniature golf and golf facilities, sports facilities , play areas, and swimming pools and spas will be provided. Additionally, the seminar will address the outdoor developed areas standard which includes scoping and technical requirements for trails, picnic and camping facilities, viewing areas, and beach access routes on federal land covered by the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA). Finally, a discussion on identifying the appropriate requirements for exterior routes including; accessible routes, pedestrian access routes, shared use paths, beach access routes, and pedestrian trails. INFO/REGISTRATION


DBIA / AIA Presentation: "Design Excellence" 6/16

  

  

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COLORADO STREET BRIDGE PARTY 7/16

 

Pasadena's biggest and best block party on our world-famous historic bridge - a night of music, dancing, vintage cars, children's activities, beverages and food and more - returns in July 2016! Sponsorship opportunities available. INFO



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