2 | June 27, 2019 | Malibu surfside news calendar malibusurfsidenews.com In this week’s surfside news Police Reports 6 Photo Op12 Editorial15 Faith Briefs22 Puzzles23 Home of the Week24 Sports25-28 Classifieds29-32 ph: 310.457.2112 fx: 310.457.0936 Editor Lauren Coughlin email@example.com Sales director Mary Hogan firstname.lastname@example.org Legal Notices Jeff Schouten, 708.326.9170, x51 email@example.com Classified Sales 708.326.9170 PUBLISHER Joe Coughlin, 847.272.4565, x16 firstname.lastname@example.org president Andrew Nicks email@example.com EDITORIAL DESIGN DIRECTOR Nancy Burgan, 708.326.9170, x30 firstname.lastname@example.org THURSDAY School Board 6 p.m. June 27, SM- MUSD District Office, 1651 16th St., Santa Monica The SMMUSD Board of Education will meet. To view the agenda, visit www.smmusd.org/board/ meetings.html. We Go On Fundraiser 7-10 p.m. June 27, Malibu Screening Room at Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue, 24855 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu. There will be silent auctions, music, dancing, food and more at this fundraiser, put on by Mighty Music and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles. Proceeds will benefit Habitat for Humanity’s local rebuilding efforts after the Woolsey Fire. Tickets are $100 in advance or $125 at the door. To purchase a ticket or donate, visit www. wegoon.org. FRIDAY Grand Opening 4-7 p.m. June 28, Malibu Meditations’ Journey, 30745 PCH, Suite N3. Malibu Meditations’ Journey will celebrate its grand opening with sound healing, spiritual music, tarot card readings and more. SATURDAY Wilderness First Aid 8 a.m.-5 p.m. June 29, Malibu City Hall, 23825 Stuart Ranch Road. This American Red Cross class focuses on wilderness and remote environments, in addition to urban disasters such as earthquakes, wildfires and mudslides. The classes provides students with the foundational skills necessary for action in emergencies when professional emergency services providers cannot respond immediately. The course costs $170 (cash or check, due at the first class), and funds go to Soteria Training Services. Students should bring a hat, chair, sunscreen and water. Portions of the class are held outside. To join the class, contact Sandra Hardy at San draSoteria@gmail.com. Excursion: Ojai Lavender Festival 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. June 29, Michael Landon Community Center, 24250 PCH. Pick a bouquet of fresh lavender while listening to live music in the beautiful City of Ojai. Enjoy a summer day at the Ojai Lavender Festival and explore lavender gardens, over 100 craft vendors, art exhibits and more for $20. For more information, call (310) 456- 2489 ext. 357. MSN 22 nd Century Media Malibu Surfside News P.O. 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For more information, or to view an agenda, visit www. malibucity.org. WEDNESDAY Mandalas and Mindfulness 2-3:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 3, Malibu Library, 23519 W. Civic Center Way. Learn about mindfulness and create a mandala at this event, for ages 12-18. Supplies provided. For more information, call (310) 456-6438. Public Safety Commission 5 p.m. July 3, Malibu City Hall Multipurpose Room, 23825 Stuart Ranch Road. Malibu’s Public Safety Commission will meet. For more information, or to view an agenda, visit www.malibucity.org. THURSDAY Holiday Closing All day July 4, Malibu City Hall, 23825 Stuart Ranch Road. The City will be closed for the Fourth of July. UPCOMING Holiday Closing All day July 5, Malibu City Hall, 23825 Stuart Ranch Road. The City will be closed for the Fourth. ONGOING Summer Reading and Discovery Program June 1-Aug. 3, Malibu Library, 23555 Civic Center Way. The library’s annual summer reading and discovery program is underway. 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malibusurfsidenews.com News Malibu surfside news | June 27, 2019 | 3 June 27 fundraiser to support fire victims Mighty Music’s WeGoOn fund created in concert with Habitat for Humanity Lauren Coughlin, Editor In times of need, an artist’s drive to create is often amplified. Such was the case for Malibu music producer Eric Dick and his partner, singer/songwriter Celleste Dumouchel, when the Woolsey Fire drastically altered their new home’s landscape. Now, the duo, of record label Mighty Music, will put their collective talents toward the greater good as they host a fundraiser in Malibu. The We Go On Fundraiser is scheduled for 7-10 p.m. this Thursday, June 27, at Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue’s Malibu screening room (24855 Pacific Coast Highway). The evening — which is to include live music, dancing, food and drink, a silent auction and a DJ — will benefit Mighty Music’s newly created WeGoOn Fund, which supports Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles’ work to aid California fire victims. Tickets for the event cost $100 ($125 at the door) and can be purchased at www.we goon.org. Donations may be made at the same link. The organizers have lofty goals. “When Celleste and I do anything, we aim for the highest possible point, so people talk to me about [raising] tens of thousands [of dollars], and we talk about millions,” Dick said. “Our goal is extremely high — let’s put it that way.” The event is to include a screening of the music video for Celleste’s “We Go On (California Strong),” an original, inspirational ode which was prescreened at Malibu City Hall earlier this year and publicly released Friday, June 21. Rather than doing the traditional release party, the duo opted for a fundraiser. Profits from the song also are to support the WeGoOn Fund. “Our goal with this thing was to do that to raise as much money as we can, and to make people feel as good as they can with the circumstances they’re dealing with,” Dick said, of the video. Though Celleste’s voice fills the airwaves, her role in the visual portion of the video is limited, as it primarily showcases photos of heroes and survivors amid various disasters California has endured, including the Woolsey Fire. “We feel blessed to have met so many beautiful and courageous people who have done nothing but shine in the face of adversity,” Celleste states in a press release. “Witnessing the strength and resiliency of this community first-hand has been truly inspirational.” Several Malibuites featured in Singer Celleste and music producer Eric Dick, of Malibu, wrote a song inspired by locals’ bravery amid the Woolsey Fire. Mighty Music the video also are featured as part of “Radical Beauty, Malibu Rising,” the ongoing art exhibit at Malibu City Hall which is to remain on display through August. Locals in the video include Councilmember Mikke Pierson, who fought off flames in his Malibu West community and tended to area chicken coops, and Malibu native Steven Moak, an off-duty firefighter who came to town to save his childhood home and other homes on Galahad Drive. “We really wanted to make this about the people and their stories,” Dick said. The stories of the individuals featured in the music video can be read at www.wegoon.org/thefaces. To see the music video, visit youtu.be/07BsiT1W8V0. TRANCAS COUNTRY MARKET 30745 PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY @ vintagegrocers SUMMER of FUN Friday Night Concerts – 6pm – 9pm June 28 July 5 July 12 July 19 July 26 August 2 August 9 August 16 August 23 California Feetwarmers Band of Rouge Mesa Peak Ignition Miss Bix and the Blues Fix Riptide Blues Band Heartbreak for Petty Andy Cahan Lenny Goldsmith Thursday Night Movies - 8pm – 10pm June 27 July 4 July 11 July 18 July 25 August 1 August 8 August 15 Chasing Mavericks Lilo & Stitch How to Train Your Dragon Moana The Sandlot Babe Whale Rider Grease Sunday Barbecue – 10am – 3pm Starts Sunday, June 30 Grab a burger or hotdog, HOT OFF THE GRILL