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ea estate CA BRE license# 00971634 November 3, 2017 [] Children from Catalina Kid Ventures working on their drawings.with the help of visiting artist Elyse Pignolet. Courtesy photo in Participants flexed their creative muscles at the Island Museum BY GAlL FORNASIERE FOR THE ISLANDER The BIG DRAW LA, a countywide event held every October, returned to the Catalina Island Museum last week. The BIG DRAW LA was organized to create participatory opportunities for people of all ages to discover that drawing can help the community: look more closely, inspire creative thinking, communicate with oth- ers, and have fun in the process. Avalon's BIG DRAW wel- comed visiting artists Sandow Birk and Elyse Pignolet to guide everyone in the experience. Birk and Pignolet are also the artists who created the mural on the front of the Baywatch building next to the Avalon Fire Department. During the two-day event, BIG DRAW participants were encouraged to draw the house they grew up in, their current house, or their dream house. Birk and Pignolet drew a large view of Avalon Bay and everyone could place their house where it currently is located or where they wished it would be. Many others contributed boats, bison, cactus, sea lions, golf carts, even a cruise ship, Baywatch crew stopped by to meet visiting artist Elyse Pignolet, who helped create the tile mural on the front of their building, and to add a drawing of a lifeguard boat to the community drawing. Courtesy photo plus a number of landmarks making our community com- plete. "We are so thrilled with the turnout for this year's BIG DRAW event led by Sandow and Elyse," said Julie Perlin Lee, executive director of the Catalina Island Museum. "The final work of art real- ly showcased our community. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to draw with us. I'd espe- cially like to thank Catalina Kid Ventures, the students from I.C.E.S., the city's senior citizens program, and our Baywatch crew for contributing to our commu- nity drawing," she said. The BIG DRAW LA happens every October. Next year, the museum has plans to bring over another visiting artist to lead a new project. The Catalina Island Museum offers art and history exhibitions, music and dance performances, lectures by guest speakers from all over the world, and silent, documentary and international film. Open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except New Year's Day, 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 museum may be reached by phone at 310-510-2414 or at its website: meet for golf tourney FOR THE ISLANDER A group of golfers from, the OASIS Senior Center in Newport Beach have met in Avalon for their annual golf tournament for the past couple of years. On Oct. 20 the group held this year's tour- nament. Low net honors went tolDr Delane Theyn. A great time was had by all who participated. The golfers (standing left to right) David Maxmuller, Tom Stricker, Ed Mcglaughlin, Harald Path. (Front row) Bill Martin, Denny D'Alessio, Dr. Norm Meyer, Dr. Delane Theyn. 80 Sol Vista - $575,000 360 Clemente B43 $400,000 64 Avalon Terrace - S510,000 HC Villa 2-37 - S535,000 27 Cabrillo - $589,000 HC Villa 13-43 - $1,000,000 Bahia Vaista C-48- $429,000 341 Eucalyptvs- $610,000 318 Descanso $574,000 232 Claressa - $725,000 HC Villa 1-72- S599,000 HC Villa 2-33 - $599,000 318 Whittley #6 - 5725,000 HC Villa 2-26 - S579,000 208 Catalina St. - $849,000 1 ! Crestant - $2,200,000 HC Villa 18-64 - $1,000,000 8 Canyon Terrace - $569,000 320 Descanso - $699,000 HC Viga 5-7 - $599,000 344 Clarissa - $699,000 24 Cabrillo Dr. - $560,000 HC Villa 9-60 - $530,000 113 Vieudelau $780,000 HC Villa 8-96 - $855,000 HC Villa 1-77 - $549,000 Sarah Jones REALTORe CA BRE License o1936665 Viga 1-76 1 BD, ! BA 804 SF +/- Sunny end-unit with unobstructed ocean views, open floor plan and fireplace. Comes furnished with golf cart and a vacation rental permit with a strong rental history $520,00 ViUa 2-29 ! BD, 2 BA 830 SF +/- 2-story unit with recent upgrades. Impeccable ocean views. Tastefully furnished. Has a vocation rental permit and a new golf carl. $530,000 Villa 6-1 2 BD, 2 BA 1,600 SF +/- Spacious end unit with many upgrades. French doors to stunning ocean view balcony. Fireplace. Sold tastefully furnished. Vacation rental permit. $699,000 HAMILTON COVE AMENITIES: Pool & Spa Health Club 18-hole Putting Green Tennis Courts Croquet Court Sand Volleyball Court Beach Area with built in Barbecues and Picnic Tables. Adam :Thoncht :(~ ~" REALTOR ~~, CA BRE License We are looking for Full or Part 'lime experienced real estate agents with a history of self-starting and a record of listings and sales. Contact Earl Schrader, Broker at: (310) 510-1811 or THE CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, Nov. 3, 2017 ', 3