Added feature of opening night of the Euclid Arts Collective Holiday Open House:Meet and Greet Board members on Friday, December 2, 2011, 7-9 pm Please stop by our table on the second floor and chat about the partners at the Little Five Points Community Center and their activities and exciting upcoming events. Learn about the opportunities of the Community Committee or board membership. Sunday hours for Meet and Greet to be announced.
Adding an elevator to our building has been challenging, but we feel it is important for everyone to have access to the Little 5 Points Community Center.
This elevator would not be possible without the numerous individual donors who helped bring this dream to fruition. And we are not done yet! We still need your support. You can be a part of the team that made it happen by simply making a pledge or a one-time donation. For more information email the executive director, Imani, or click here.
The L5PCC was used in filming an episode of the FOX TV series, PAST LIFE
It is common for film production companies to use the rich character of our wonderful building for movies, tv, and independent film. Now Bonanza Productions is among the many companies to rent the L5PCC building for filming. In the Fall of 2009, Bonanza shot a scene for the upcoming FOX TV series, PAST LIFE, at the Center.
PAST LIFE is a new drama series about an unlikely pair of past-life detectives who investigate whether what is happening to you today is the result of who you were before.
DR. KATE MCGINN (Kelli Giddish, “All My Children”) is not your typical psychologist. Confident, outspoken and highly educated, she works at The Talmadge Center for Behavioral Health in New York City, a world-renowned institute dedicated to the study of the science of the soul.
After experiencing a past-life regression in her 20s, Kate became a believer in reincarnation. Using regression therapy and her natural gift for reading people, Kate helps solve the mysteries of her troubled clients who suffer from present-day problems caused by past-life traumas. She believes there are levels of consciousness and explanations for human behavior that science can’t begin to explain. Accustomed to skeptics, but not bothered by them, Kate is an unapologetic believer and a force of nature who marches to the beat of her own drummer.