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b~ i Markets adds new flavor to our town BY DAVID HART . FOR THE ISLANDER The city of Avalon's Community Service Department along with the Catalina Arts Association brought together local artist and vendors to create the first Artisan Market on Tuesday. Fifteen vendors along Crescent to set up a booth for disaster relief Avenue provided everything from for the Hurricane victims. fresh fruit and vegetables, to cus- He would like to thank the corn- tomize printing, roasted coffee munity for making donations of beans, custom jewelry, homemade clothing, diapers, tools, as well as jams, interactive art and many cash donations that will bring great more. relief to his family's neighborhood The market created a buzz, and surrounding areas. Overall another activity for visitors, some- the Artisan Market brought people thing fun and fresh for the locals together and left a positive impres- and overall made for an exciting sion for those who participated and environment to a usual weekday visited in it. If you would like to day. Derick George a local, who is be a vendor in the next Artisan also of Caribbean descent and has Market, contact Yafet Mengesha at family still in the region, was able City Hall or call 310-510-0220. Now Serving Brunch on Sunday and Saturday- WEEKENDS WILL NEVER BE THE SAME Includes family-style appetizers, your choice of entree, coffee and soft drinks. Add Adults $22 Kids 12 and under $14 Bottomless Himosas for $13 Starting Sept. 30 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Locals receive a 20% discount with valid subsidy card, For reservations visit or call 31o.51o~7494. CATALINA Ill.LAND CONPANY The Artisan Market in town brought a fresh flavor to the island on Tuesday. Courtesy photo i in For the sixth consecutive year, graduates of Redondo Union High School came to Catalina for a three-day Sea Hawk seniors' reunion on Sept. 13- 15. Wearing the school colors of red and white, the group of 30 (from the classes of 50 to 62), were easy to spot, whether dining at Bluewater Grill and Cafe Metropole, having lunch at the Sandtrap and Coyote Joe's, or playing a competitive round of mini golf. The sea of red and white was also seen frequently relaxing in the courtyard of the Pavilion Hotel, which served as home base for most of the group. Courtesy photo OF OVERSTOCK & SLOW MOVING MARINE HARDWARE & SAILS! Half-ton silicon bronze slot/flathead wood screws from #20 . $5/Ib. Two tons Stainless Steel 304 & 316 Screws-nuts.bolts-washers, U-sort $5/Ib. Half ton SS & Bronze used turnbuckles, toggles, etc. U.sort $t/Ib. One ton used galvanized steel Danforth anchors to 200 pounds $1/Ib, Misc. fiat top sheet winches, Merriman/Barlow, etc. Parts too! $211b, 500 KevlarlCarbon fiber racing sails 33% OFF ourwOsil= Lqventerllll i200 symmetrical spinnakers (both luffs the same) 33% OFF Rr website imutm'ylll Two tons newsurplus solid core braid, various sizes & colors $2/Ib, These prices good thru January 1, 2018 or stock on hand is SOLD 8 Friday, Sept. 29, 2017 THE CATALINA ISLANDER