PICO RIVERA – Contemporary photography by Daniel Chavira, Justin De Leon and Mario De Lopez will be on display from March 24 through May 19 at the Pico Rivera Centre for the Arts, 9200 Mines Ave. An artists’ reception will be held May 31. For more information, call (562) 801-4300. Library to host unique musicians from 1 to 3 p.m. SANTA FE SPRINGS – “Ancient Grooves” will be featured at the library, 11700 Telegraph Road, at 7 p.m. Friday as part of the city’s monthly First Friday program. Ancient Grooves is a uniquely versatile ensemble of master musicians performing on musical instruments from around the world. The musicians compose, arrange and perform their own compositions, combining different sounds and instruments from many diverse cultures. More than 100 exotic, rare and unique cultural instruments are played during each concert. Admission is free. For additional information, call (562) 868-7738. Tsu to provide concert preview WHITTIER – Olivis Tsu, concertmaster of the Rio Hondo Symphony and music director and conductor of the Glendale Symphony, will be the speaker at the Symphony Guild’s Concert Preview at 10 a.m. Friday, at the First Friends Church, 13205 Philadelphia St. She will explain the compositions to be performed at the orchestra’s free “Mostly Romantic” concert Sunday. For more information, call (562) 695-3698. `Art in the Park’ set for Saturday WHITTIER – The Los Angeles County department of Parks and Recreation is offering a free “Art in the Park” painting class to anyone interested from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Amigo County Park, 5700 Juarez St. Participants can register on Saturday. Materials will be provided. For more information, call (562) 908-4702. Day of prayer at St. Matthias WHITTIER – Church Women United will sponsor a World Day of Prayer celebration March 9 at St. Matthias Episcopal Church, 7056 Washington Ave. Coffee and cookies will be served at 9:30 a.m., and the program will begin at 10 a.m. All women are invited to this service. For more information, call (562) 941-5643. – From staff reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The goal of the project is to create a centralized area for homeland security training and response. Now, Molina wants Sheriff’s officials to justify the Training Academy’s relocation, as well as other Sheriffs-run projects, and report back within 60 days. Molina also called for an auditor to conduct a full investigation into the “delays and difficulties” concerning the project, said Judy Hammond, county spokeswoman. Photographers’ works featured WHITTIER – The county Board of Supervisors approved funding Tuesday for $6.4 million in cost overruns related to a relocation project run by the Sheriff’s Department. Consequently, the board also voted to turn all future capital projects that involve building new structures that cost over $1 million over to Public Works to manage. Supervisor Gloria Molina added several amendments Tuesday to the original report that was continued from the Feb. 20 meeting. Original plans for the Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Bureau Replacement Project called for the upgrading of the Biscailuz Regional Training Center in Monterey Park in order to relocate the Whittier-based Training Academy and the East Los Angeles-based SEB to that site.