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Thursday, Oct. 6 at 6 P.M., New Criteria for Parks Measure A—Las Virgenes Homeowners Federation (LVHF) general ZOOM meeting revisits new criteria to establish funding for purchasing parkland and open space in the Santa Monica Mountains. Guest speaker is Clement Lau, Departmental Facilities Planner II (Section Head), Department of Parks and Recreation L.A. County Parks. Prior to this, it was all about urban parks. This is your opportunity to see how to consider next steps. JOIN MEETING: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86323644934?pwd=ejFaTGNVejF2Mi85bHhsb3dnTFB4Zz09. –Kim Lamorie Friday, October 7, Topanga Peace Alliance, First Friday—Special program featuring Francesco Da Vinci, peace activist, conscientious objector, and author of the new book, “I Refuse to Kill.” This ’60s memoir is timely and relevant because the issues it raises are today’s top issues: social justice, police brutality, government surveillance, persecution of nonviolent activists, and war versus the nonviolent resolution of conflict. Sunday, October 9, 12:00 p.m., Topanga Symphony, 40th Anniversary—Join the Topanga Historical Society (THS) to celebrate with Music Director and Conductor Jerome Kessler and the Topanga Symphony Quartet at the Mountain Mermaid, 20421 Callon Drive, Topanga, CA 90290. Potluck luncheon begins at noon with a presentation and performance at 1 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Topanga Historical Society. Become a member ($20/year for Individuals; $30/year for Families) and learn more about Topanga in their books and archives. Topangahistoricalsociety.org. Saturday, Sunday, October 8 and 9, 7:30 p.m., Dear Margaret Sanger—Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum presents two staged readings of a new musical in development featuring music and lyrics by acclaimed singer/songwriter Inara George and Grammy nominated composer Larry Goldings. Writer and director Jennifer Chang was inspired by the letters of real women to Margaret Sanger, birth control activist, sex educator, writer and nurse, whose advocacy for both reproductive choice and the insidious eugenics movement reverberates through the decades. Tickets: $25-$50: (310) 455-3723; theatricum.com. Theatricum Botanicum, 1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga. Sunday, Oct. 16, 11-4, Holiday Gourd Making workshop—Kat High hosts Neshkinukat Master Artist Nadiya Littlewarrior for a beginners class. Find the spirit in your gourd and how to clean, decorate and enjoy a small gourd ornament or necklace. Open to 10 participants, ages 12 and up, first come, first served. Register at kiwenkikwe@yahoo.com. For more information: contact Kat at katcalls@aol.com.
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September 30, 2022

THINKING OUT LOUD
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SCHOOLHOUSE SCOOP
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