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May Chaplin and Goddard: A Secret Love Affair--- Thru September 28 She was an aspiring actress. He was an acknowledged genius. They shared a secret love. A love that could never be revealed. They had only one escape. An island, 26 miles off the coast of Los Angeles. Catalina Island Museum, 310- 510-2414, www.catalinaislandmu- Scavenger Hunt-- Thru-September 1 Part game, part tour, solve clues and challenges around Avalon, and be entered into a team com- petition for a free Quest awarded each month. Free Quest can be used in any of 25 Quest cities. Team size is two to five peo- ple. You MUST use promo code: CATCHALLENGE to be entered into the competition and to receive 15 percent off. Good for the Catalina walking tour only. Must have a smart phone to play. Sign up online at: www. 21st Annual Catalina Island Rugby Festival -- May 3 A one day Rugby Festival for players 40 years of age and older. Over 50s match begins at noon. This is a charity event rais- ing funds for the Cancer Support Community of Redondo Beach. Teams from the West Coast, Texas, Virginia and England. Catalina Island Rugby Festival. 310-798-5445, tomhendrix5@aol. com., Kentucky Derby Days at El Galleon-- May 3 Celebrate the race from 2 p.m.- 6 p.m., (post time 3:24 p.m.) with mint juleps, hats, happy hour and early bird dinner specials. Contest for best men and women's hats. First prize - Steak and Lobster Dinner! View the race on 11 large flat screen TVs and stay for the karaoke party after the race. E1 Galleon Restaurant, 411 Crescent. 310-510-1188, www.catalinahot- Riviera Catalina Island Classic-- May 3-4 The 3rd Annual Catalina Island Classic, a weekend-long Island skate invasion. One hun- dred-twenty-four of the world's top downhill skateboard racers are invited to participate in the race on Avalon's hilly streets, www. Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Mi Casita-- May 5 All day celebration in the . upstairs patio at Mi Casita Mexican Restaurant. Enjoy food and drink specials and karaoke. Mi Casita Mexican Restaurant, 111 Claressa Ave. 310-510-1772, www.catalina- Mothers Day Weekend at the 'M'--- May 9-10 We celebrate our mothers' and the family recipes we cherish. 310-510-8404, www.zestcatering- Aero Club Social Fly-In (2nd Sat. of the month, weather permitting)E May 10 Fly-in or take the Wildlands Express from the Avalon Plaza to the Airport in the Sky. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit with pilots from around the region and view air- planes. 310-510-0954.www. Mother's Day Brunch at the M- May 11 Come celebrate with the special women in your life. 310-510-8404, Catalina: The Wild Side SalonE May 17 Nationally acclaimed plein air - artist, John Budicin, will be fea- tured at our first Catalina: The Wild Side Salon. The 2-5 p.m. afternoon event will include a selection of John's paintings available for purchase, as well as a discussion period with the artist. Light appetizers and drinks, plus the beautiful views from Castillo del Mar in Avalon,The 21st Annual Catalina Island Rugby Festival, flor players in their 40s or older, will be held will cap off the event. Registration Saturday, Uay 3. will be limited. Catalina Island Conservancy, 310-510-2595, www. will allow you a glimpse of a from islands around the world., glamorous bygone era. 310-510-8404, www.zestcatering- Enjoy the ocean breezes high 27th Annual Silent Film above the moonlit waves, admire Benefit-- May 17 the sea-themed medallions set into The Xceptional Tribute to Once a year moviegoers make rose-colored walls under an arch- Cars-- May 25 a pilgrimage to Catalina Island ing 50-foot ceiling studded with On May 25, the Xceptional and transport themselves back to Tiffany chandeliers, or join the Tribute to Cars will be performed. the silent film era of the 1920s. dancers on a 10,000 square foot The Catalina Island Chamber of The Catalina Island Museum circular floor as Dean Mora and Commerce and Xceptional Music will present Charlie Chaplin's his Avalon Ball Orchestra play Company will present this free, acclaimed silent masterpiece"City hits from the 1920s and 30s. Art family friendly Summer Concert Lights" during its 27th Annual Deco Society of Los Angeles. Series, next to the Bay on Wrigley Silent Film Benefit. The film will 310- 659-3326,, Plaza Stage. be presented in the famed Avalon Concerts are from 8 p.m. to Casino Theater, one of the grand- 10 p.m. est movie palaces of the 1920s. Catalina Island Gran A beer and wine garden will be For the first time in the Silent Fondo-- May 17 available at all concerts. Film Benefit's history, the film It's back and it's going to be will be accompanied by a live bigger than ever. The 3rd Annual 10th Annual Taste Around symphony orchestra. Catalina MTB Gran Fondo is a of Avalon~ May 29 Grammy Award-winning con- must attend event on any cyclists Kick-off to the Annual Flying ductor Richard Kaufman will con- calendar. Breathtaking views, Fish Festival! Enjoy the most duct a 39-piece orchestra perform- challenging climbs and lots of fun scrumptious tastes of delectable ing the original score composed to be had after the ride! Three food or beverages from 5-9 p.m. by Chadie Chaplin himself. 1 p.m. distinct routes will offer some- at some of Avalon's finest dining to 3:30 p.m. Tickets are available thing for cyclists of all levels and establishments. .~now! ~atalin~ Island Museum. abilities. Vote for your favorite "tastes" 310-510-2414, www.catalinamu- For more information visit of food, drink and dessert as the, Best Taste of the Year! Catalina Island Chamber of 12th Annual Avalon Ball Memorial Weekend at the Commerce. 310-510-1520, www. May 17 'M'--- May 23-25 The 12th Annual Avalon Ball Island Style: Featuring foods " May 2 through May 15 Shows Nightly at 7:30pm Rated PG-13 Admission: Adult $15.00, Senior or Child $13.00 Matinee - Saturday and Wednesday 4:30pm Admission: Adult $I 0.00, Senior or Child $8.00 Every Tuesday $8.00 Admission .9Vlary eSchoolfield- orel July 19, 1927 - March 29, 2014 Mary Caroline Schoolfield- Morel passed away March 29, 2014 at Sunrise Assisted Living in Riverside, CA. At the age of 86. Her only Child, Sharon was at her side. Mary was the second child of Jack and Violet Schoolfield and was born July 19, 1927. Mary's sister was stillborn and passed on June 28th 1925. Mary was born and raised on Catalina until World War II with her father running the marine service. Pictures of his boat and service can still be seen on many books and pictures of old Catalina. During the war, Mary moved to Canoga Park and graduated from high school in 1945. Shortly thereafter, she married Roy Ross which Mary's only child, Sharon wask born. Mary returned to Catalina in 1957 with her daughter and remained for approximately three years. It was on Catalina that Mary met Art Morel. They married in March 1961. Art, sadly, predeceased Mary in 1990. Mary became active in many organizations and kept active with the forever fast changing world. She was able to travel to many countries and have the company of many good friends. Mary is survived by her daughter, Sharon Angel, Warner Springs, two grandchildren, Travis Reed, Santa Clarita, and Shannon Reed, Redondo Beach. Mary was able to enjoy to see two great- grandchildren born, Austin Reed, 5 years old, and Thatcher Reed one month old. Internment will be at the Avalon Cemetary on May 8th, 2014 at 12:30EM. A private reception will be held afterwards. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Alzheimer's Foundation. Health Care From page 7 If your medical needs are of a life-threatening emergency nature, the Medical Center's emergency room is available at all times. Please bring the following to your appointment: Photo identification Proof of insurance A list of any questions you may have for your provider Any co-payment and/or deductible for which you are responsible A list of any medications you are taking If you are under 18, you will need parental permission If your appointment is for a work-related injury, bring written authorization from your employer that should include your employ- er's workers compensation insur- ance information. Once you arrive at the medical group, you will be asked to sign in, fill out paperwork and pay a co-payment and/or a deductible amount for medical ser- vices prior to being seen by your scheduled provider. Every attempt will be made to make sure you are seen at your appointed time, but understand that emergencies may cause a delay. Other patients may have appointments with a differ- ent provider, and may be called to their appointment before you, even if you arrived before they did. For more information, visit For More Information Call 3 ]-510-0179 ...... ::: ..................................................... r" ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 ~ Friday, May 2, 2014 THE CATALINA ISLANDER