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Friday, June 7, 2002 . The CATALINA ISLANDER Page 3 I all by PATTI LANGE Fans of Island and Hollywood history will enjoy the Catalina Island Museum's contribution to the Buffalo in Paradise public art display. "Movie Buff" greets visitors at the museum and showcases, on its hide in big stars, the names of just some of the Hollywood slurs and films who have worked on the Island. Museum Director Stacey Otte said that museum staff and volun- teers created "Movie Buff." They knew that they wanted their buffa- lo to celebrate Island history and that led them to focus on one aspect of Island history. The obvi- ous topic seemed to be the Holly- wood connection, as it would appeal to all types of people and draw visitors to the museum. The idea of creating a visual presentation of movies filmed here brought up talk of the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the result is the recognition of many stars all over the lifesized ceramic canvas. Otte said that they chose stars that span the decades to appeal to all age groups. Names include Charlie Chaplin and Mel Gibson while movies recognized include "Old Ironsides" and "Apollo 13" The buffalo stands, appropri- museum Museum staff painted this buffalo that recognizes Hollywood's history on the Island. photo by PATTI LANGE ately enough, on a red carpet sur- Tovar, Kathleen Gosselin, Rock rounded by props at its base. Gosselin, John LaFleur and Clan- Topping off the piece--rhine- din Canby. stones covering the horns. In support of the Catalina lsland Despite the strong epoxy to glue Visitor's Bureau Buffalo in Paradise these on, they seem to disappear public art display, The Catalina on a regular basis. Fortunately Islander will feature one of the life- the museum has extras and staff sized pieces each week, or as space keep adding more. allows. Otte said that it took about a Used book month of volunteer and work time for the staff and volunteers sale June 22 to finish the piece. Those who worked on the piece were Otte, Jeannine Pedersen, Alex The Friends of the Avalon Sanchez, Jim Watson, Jesus Library will hold a book sale on Saturday June 22nd, from 10 a.m. Flamenco students will be performing at a benefit recital on June 11. These students are part of Ellen Markowitz's class. Children in the Dance for at Tremont Hall, where the Self Esteem and Sangre Y Vida dance classes are held. Flamenco dance classes will be Tickets are $5 for adults and performing at Descanso Beach $3 for children. Kids five and on Tuesday, June 11, beginning under are free. Raffle tickets at 5 p.m. will also be available and half The money from the recitalof the money raised will also will be used for improvements be given to Tremont. t to 2 p.m in front of the library. If you would like to donate good used books for the sale, you may them to the library on stock up for your summer reading pleasure. LIVE 4USI . EVERY FRI. & SAT. 7 - 11 Gil Torree 5"r, eve 5pino Open 7 days & 7 nights a week for ?/our summer dining pleasure! .Now open 7 at 11:00 am ,Dinner 7 ni at 5:00 pm ( ) " BREAKFAST BUFFET ALL YOU CAN EAT SAT. & SUN. 8 AM - NOON ADULTS - $8.95 KIDS - $4.95 CHEESEBURGER & FRIES IN PARADISE EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT. WITH DRINK PURCHASE $1.So e Whether it's Dad for Father's Day on Sunday June 16th or a brother graduating, a gift of Maui Jim sunglasses will show him how much you appreciate his amazing ability to know everything you've been up to. Stop in at Latitude 33 today and get a free gift* for yourself too. *Free Gift With Any $25 Purchase.