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~F~ /~*~ Page 8 The CATAUNA ISLANDER Friday, July 21, 2006 I CALEN sl 22 Great food Fdends & live music Hot Off the Range. ResenmUons 510-2196. style, musical revue in the Casino Ball- room. Tickets, $20 adults, $15 students, $10 L'hildren, available at any Discovery Tours ticketing outlet: Avalon San Pedro, Long Beach, Dana Point and the Avalon Theater Box Office, 800-322-3434. 28-29 16Ue.4mmd Clmrde Mmse Jllatfb For more information call (310) 820-4434 23 TWO/kdmr; 4rib/ILima/Jif/mdnw rest The Isthmus Beer Garden has opened. Celebrate in the delight of hand- crafted micro brewed beer while you are entertained by live music on the beach. (310) 510-0303 23 am Mm rust tie #ar/W Reef Traditional family style Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings in a great island setting. (310) 510-0303 9tL41m/6o/# Stu D/va LA County SherifCs Dept. (310) 510- 0174 or email: klclevel@lasd.org. 26 Stow# #Musk:" Presented by the Santa Monica Civic Ught Opera at the Avalon Theater at 7 p.m. with a live 15-piece orchestra.Tickets, $20 adults, $15 students (14-21), $10 Chil- dren, available at any Discovep/Tours tick- eting outlet: Avalon San Pedro, Long Beach, Dana Point and the Avalon Theater Box Office, 800- 322-3434. 27 "SHOWSTOPPERS" A ninety minute, one-act, cabaret 5&19 Catalina Til August 18, 19 and 20th at l Beach with live music entertainment, day, Saturday night sit down luau dinner for 700 and a high-energy choreographed island performance by 50 professional Polynesian dancers. Go to www.catalinatikifestcom or call 310 510- 0178 ext 703 for additional information. 1-30 (.ll month) 8th Annual Pottepj &Tile Extravagan- za Catalina Island Museum (310) 510- 2414, www.catalinamuseum.org 2 Tess" chip carefully, check for and see how far 23 11ek Cataiba Ishud Wmub Form lrm Festlml Join us for our annual fundraiser at the Pavilion Lodge Courtyard featudng over 50 vintners, delectable hors'd oeuvres and the smooth jazz of James Moody. Net proceeds from thb event help support our Mentodng and Scholarship programs. Tickets are $75.00 ($55.00 is tax deducUble) and are available at the Cham- ber of Commute or by calling (310) 510- 1520. #m tohmr sepe celebrate the opening. Join us Restaurant for lobster enjoy live music on the Patio. 2 Mizde m 34tk ,Street" At the Avalon Theatre starting at I:00 p.m. Join the Catalina Island Museum for a specialscreening of the perennial holiday favodte (1947), starting Maureen O'Hara, John Payne, Natalie Wood and Edmund Gwenn as Santa Claus.Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children and Museum members. Proceeds support the Catalina Island Museum. (310) 510-2414 or visit www.catalinamuseum.org 3 13U m A tt Catalina Island Chamber of Com- merce (310) 510-1520 or visit www.Catali- naChamber, com 4 14 21st Annual Tin Cup For more infor- mation call (310) 510-1471. 16-17 48th Annual Catalina Island Festival of Art Catalina Art Association (310) 510- 0808 or visit www.casinoartgallery.com. 17-19 14th Annual Catalina Classic Marlin Tournament For information call (714) 258-0445 2OO6 WWW, 7th Two llaniws Z ZM Aaual BKcanonr Days For that little bit of Pirate in each of us, join the Buccaneers of"2006" for a great day of fun. Don your best pirate attire for the costume contest and dance the night away. 010) 510-0303 21 Two Hari s Underwater Clean-Up Join us for an end of the summer clean-up dive atTwo Harbors.This fun fund raising event is in support of the Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber located at Big Fisher- man's Cove. (310) 510-0303 Ammal Opu tlwse at Une Iw oe Mt. Ma Join the Catalina Island Museum for a festive Holiday Open House at the Inn on ML Ada, the histodc former home of William Wdgley Jr. Feast on home baked cookies and wassail, sing carols and visit with friends while reveling in the beauty and ambiance of the Inn.This is the only public event at the Innl so don't miss it! 2:00-6:00 p.m. (310) 510-2414 or www.catalinamuseum.org. 31 Two Harbers New Year's Eve Celebration What better way to dng in the New Year than island style, with dinner, dancing and a gala party atTwo Harbors. (310) 510-0303 346t Annual New Year's Eve Celebration Casino 8aUroom Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce (310) 510-1520, or visit www.CatalinaChamber.com 27-28 Specializing CarpetCieaning o Housecleaning Servie~ * Vacation Rentals * Residential & Office * Move-Out Service Am Harlmrs Cm/ser's Wee/m# Cruise on over to Two Harbors for a fun filled weekend of cruising seminars, exhibits andmusic. (310) 510-0303 28 Tke Bad/ For more information, visit www.aval- onball.com. 4 Catalina Island Tdathlon Call Pacific Sports (714) 978-1528 or visit , vw.PaciflcSpertsLLC.com with Chuck Liddell 1st Sat. (mo t ly Cmservucy: The HIKE Call 310-510.0954 4th Mon. (monthly) C.ILO.LC.ES. Coalition A group of adults who care to help our Island youth make healthy CHOICES around drug and alcohol use. We meet at the City Hall 5pm-6pm in the con- ference room. 2nd Wed. 'mont b,) Cusenm~ Em~ Natme Pr~ram For program Jnfo matiog call (310) 510-2595 exL134. Jewe/s efAirgm THe Wa#dag Turs aid Slllr ay. Reservations recommended. Catalina Island Museum (310) 510-2414. I, ml~n ~ lille ~lil |UaiMNmlIIBIBB II~'am' .ill IIIiIi|ih~llm I 1,1~1 " ~ ~ .--, --~