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Cruis From page 3 the event is expected to sell out. The cruise will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 3 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets may be purchased in person at the museum, online via, or by .phoning Lydia Dixon at 310-510' 4650. Single tickets are $200 and double tickets are $350. Visit for more information. The Catalina Island Museum offers the best in art and his- tory exhibitions, music and dance performances, lectures by guest speakers from all over the world, and the finest in silent, Chihuly's art is a international days a week documentary and film. Open seven from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m except Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. The new Ada Blanche Wrigley Schreiner Building is located in the heart of Avalon at 217 Metropole Avenue. For more information, the muse- um may be reached by phone at 310-510-2414 or at its website: favorite among museumgoers FOR THE ISLANDER Chihuly at the Catalina Island Museum has experienced record crowds since its opening in March. Featuring sculptures that reference, or are inspired by, natural elements, Catalina Island has proven to be the ideal setting EmpLoyment O . ~ ~ ppo un t es CODE E ORCEME f OFFICER- FULL Must BE FITED POSITION- FLSA Non'Exempt Range 36 $26.490 Hourly be available to work weekends, holidays and some eveninlu[s Applications of City Hall may be obtained at the Front Counter - Lobby Area 410 Avalon Canyon Road, Avalon, CA 90704 Deadline: Friday, October 6, 2017 by4pm More Information: 9/15 Islander Crossword Across: 3 Moving forward. 6 Plead 10 Type of wood 11 Mexican cocktail. 12 Florida Hurricane. 13 Long high sea wave, 14 Gambling machine. 15 To Cleanse 17 Elvis' Blue Shoes. 19 Portable computer. 20 Part of a shoe. 21 Collection of historical documents. 22 Catalina cove, Rock. Down: 1 Newport boat, Catalina . 2 Danger in spanish. 4 Leave a dangerous place. 5 Involuntary convulsive movement. 7 Bird of prey. 8 Stutter 9 Sudden and powerful movement. 13 Florida city. 15 Bumper sticker. 16 Long narrow sled. 18 A projecting support. the Aure01in Yellow Spire Chandelier was created specifically by Chihuly for Catalina Island and the Catalina Island Museum. to experience Dale Chihuly's art. delier c eates a one-of-a-kind Each and every visitor and space for every event. museum member - no matter The chandelier campaign goal their age - is happy to point is $240,000. With 182 individ- out their favorite piece in the ual spires, the museum hopes exhibition. All of them wonder- to raise $1,350 for each chan- ing whether the Catalina Island delier spire. Although that is Museum will be able to keep the suggested donation amount, any of the artwork. The answer every dollar counts. In fact, an is yes, but only with your help. anonymous donor has pledged to Of all of the indoor and out- match every donation dollar-for- door installations currently dollar up to $120,000. exhibited, the Aureolin Yellow "The Aureolin Yellow Spire Spire Chandelier was creat- Chandelier is remarkable," said ed specifically by Chihuly for Julie Perlin Lee, Executive (Catalina Island and the Catalina Director of the Catalina Island Island Museum. It compliments Museum. "It is sunny and happy. Catalina's sunny skies and clear Dale Chihuly envisioned it for blue waters. Located in the Avalon and we cannot imagine museum's second level gazebo, it our gazebo without it. When offers spectacular views day and the exhibition comes to a close night. It attracts visitors from in December, we hope your the street and wows them once donations will help Chihuly's inside. In addition, the chart- 'Catalina' chandelier remain on (3|0) S|O-2 SO 3on and Ir)2s CreJrcont Ilvonuo Send your news worthy hi rez photos to We are looking for talented and dedicated residents who have apassion for writing to contribute stories to The Catalina Islander. Submissions chosen and printed will be compensated, For more information contact Jesus Ruiz, Subject line: Freelance Writer. 10 ] Friday, Sept. 15, 2017 THE OATAUNA ISLANDER