Donald Bruce Kaufman Brentwood Branch, City of Los Angeles Libr 11820 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90049 Rebuilt in 1994, this 10,500-square foot library is known as an ideal place to read a book. The branch is hooked up to…More the citywide electronic catalog system so any book not on the shelves can be delivered the next day. The library's meeting room hosts homeowners meetings, religious events, stamp club meetings, library fundraisers and local business networking events. Services include free computer work stations and free Wi-Fi.
St. Martin has been fixture in the community since 1946.
Events include pancake breakfast, an annual carnival…More and Thanksgiving dinner.</p>
<p>Check their website often for a list of upcoming events and information about joining its congregation.</p>
Leo Baeck Temple 1300 N Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90049 Leo Baeck Temple is a Reform Jewish congregation offering varied worship opportunities. The congregation consists of…More everyone from preschoolers to retirees. Please check the Web site for upcoming events. Leo Baeck Temple is located off Sepulveda Boulevard.
Landstone Communities 12011 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90049 Landstone Communities is a real estate development firm that specializes in master planned communities. The company…More identifies, acquires and develops land in markets throughout the country. Services are available to financial institutions, private equity investors and court-appointed receivers. Along with standard operations in land development, Landstone Communities provides local market and regulatory knowledge, product evaluation, stakeholder relations and land use strategies to maximize sustainability.
Brentwood Presbyterian Church is located near the corner of San Vicente Boulevard and Bundy Drive.
The Church…More offers three Sunday services that are free to the public and also sponsors programs in worship and learning, children and youth and community mission and service.</p>
<p>Brentwood Presbyterian Church strives to offer an open and inclusive Christ-oriented learning environment and provide positive community outreach and is committed to embracing all people on their spiritual journeys.</p>
Brentwood Youth House is located on Bundy Drive, just south of San Vicente Boulevard, and is adjacent to the …More href="http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/Brentwood_Science_Magnet/">Brentwood Science Magnet School</a>.</p>
<p>Brentwood Youth House is part of the Westside YMCA. It offers after-school care for children, through the YMCA, as well as after-school programs such as homework club, youth services corps and earth service club. Summer and winter day camps are also offered. The Brentwood Youth House additionally serves the Brentwood community as a meeting places for various events and seminars.</p>
Brentwood's Jeff Hall has published local papers and magazines on the Westside since 1991.
Despite drastic…More changes in the local news publishing business, Hall remains optimistic about the need for local print publications; his relaunch of the (now scaled-down) Brentwood News is an example.</p>
<p>His WestsideToday.com features up-to-date local news and events updated daily.</p>
University Synagogue 11960 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90049 Located off Sunset Boulevard, University Synagogue is a Reform congregation that was founded in 1943. The…More synagogue is comprised of more than 500 families located in the Brentwood, Santa Monica and Pacific Palisades areas. Visit University Synagogue's <a href="http://www.unisyn.org/">Web site</a> for information about upcoming events.