Santa Monica Plastics will be closed this Sat 4/19 for Easter Weekend. We will reopen on Monday, 4/21. We recognize Passover and Easter.
Come in and get your FREE transparent Green 12 x 12 x 1/8 inch piece on St. Patrick’s Day!
We will be closed on Monday, Jan 20th for Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. We will see you on Tues. have a nice weekend. From Santa Monica Plastics!
Santa Monica Plastics will be closed over the holidays from Dec 25th – Jan 1st. We will re-open on Jan 2nd 2014. So come in and get your last order in before the holidays. We appreciate your business and want to thank you for your business this year. We look forward to working with you
Santa Monica Plastics will be closed Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving Holiday but we will be open on Saturday for those who want to get started on your holiday, Christmas shopping. So stop by at your favorite plastics shop in Santa Monica.
Looking for colorful acrylic placemats. Come to Santa Monica Plastics and order yours today. Acrylic placemats sold in sets of 4 and can be purchased in larger quantities. Dimensions: 11×16 *custom sizes also available. *transparent colors also available.
Please click on the link below and you can purchase a ticket or make a donation: http://picoyouth.org/ http://picoyouth.org/pyfc-6th-annual-hope-unity-awards-gala/ https://www.facebook.com/pyfc.santamonica Join us at PicoYouth & FamilyCenter’s (PYFC) 6th Annual Hope & Unity Awards Gala scheduled for Saturday, June 8th, 2013 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at the Sheraton Delfina Hotel in Santa Monica. Your support will assist us in
Santa Monica Plastics steps in to help out Hurricane Sandy through Aid Still Required. Come stop by on Saturdays on the 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica and give what you can to help out.
We recognize and nominate Santa Monica Plastics LLC. for their Small Business as a success in 2012.
As a collector of and dealer in Minimal and Conceptual art , I have been fortunate over the years to have had very little need of restoration services . I recently found myself in the position of requiring a competent restorer of a Minimal California work of art from 1972. Eric Warren of Santa Monica