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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.

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SundAY

Malibu Farmers Market

Puppy Madness

10 a.m.-3 p.m. June 30,

Malibu Library Parking

Lot, 23555 Civic Center

Way. Cornucopia Foundation’s

Farmers Market

will feature a shop and

adopt event, complete with

giveaways, a photo booth,

food tastings, a children’s

magic show and more. For

more information on the

market, visit www.cornu

copiafoundation.net.

MONDAY

Planning Commission

6:30 p.m. July 1, Malibu

City Hall Council Chambers,

23825 Stuart Ranch

Road. The Malibu Planning

Commission will meet. 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.

The library will

have reading games for

babies, toddlers and children,

reading challenges

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Correction

The article “Artistic

icons dazzle again

in Canvas Malibu

show,” published in

the June 20 edition

of the Surfside News,

misnamed the co-owner

of Canvas. His name

is Arlington Forbes.

The Surfside News

recognizes and regrets

this error.

for tweens and teens, book

giveaways and more.

Adults can participate online

at LACountyLibrary.

org/summer-reading.

Summer Saturdays at

Lumber Yard

3-5 p.m. Saturdays July

13-Aug. 3, Malibu Lumber

Yard Center Courtyard,

3939 Cross Creek Road.

Join for live acoustical

entertainment and more.

Strange wine, Casamigos

margaritas and light bites

will be available for purchase.

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