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Pencil This In: Cause on the Rocks, 826LA Benefit Drones Screening, Cirque du Fromage at Palate

Drink for a cause tonight at the Viceroy. | Photo by foodforfel via LAist's flickr pool.
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The monthly Cause on the Rocks mixer returns to the Viceroy Santa Monica tonight from 7-10 pm. The cocktails with a cause will benefit St. Vincent Meals On Wheels, a program that prepares and delivers more than 2,600 nutritious meals daily to homebound elderly and other vulnerable clients around Los Angeles. This April's drink is the Cuba Libre and 100% of the proceeds will be donated directly to St. Vincent’s. RSVP online! CLASSICAL
Chamber Music Palisades concludes its 13th season tonight at 8 pm at St. Matthew’s Parish in Pacific Palisades. Tonight’s program contrasts two works from LA's contemporary chamber music scene: the world premieres of Gernot Wolfgang's "Mr. Z," a sextet for piano and woodwinds, and 17-year-old Santa Monica-based Phillip Golub's humorous "Wood 'n' You." Other composers on the bill include Bach, Beethoven and Mozart. 

On Tuesdays from 6-10 pm, Palate in Glendale celebrates cheese with Le Cirque du Fromage at its wine bar. There’s a featured flight of three cheeses and one wine for $12. On the cheese menu this week are: Aragones from Spain; Azeitão dop from Portugal; and Abrigo from Spain.