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origi- nal crafts and apparel. food court located on First Street to And to add to the fun for adults this The Chamber anticipates more than and restaurants throughout the year. The choose from many international cuisine year. Shelton Park! who often return to Claremont’s shops VENTURE GUIDE/next page . October 28 9 a. visit the beer and wine garden at 15. • Rain or Shine T he Claremont Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the 36th annual Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire. Get your holiday shopping done early as you walk the streets of the Claremont Vil- lage lined with over 450 booths selling unique art. The Apple Valley resident came up with the idea after winning a chili cook off and then found the costume online.m. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 5 36th Annual Village Venture Arts & Crafts Faire Saturday. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff Enjoy tasty meals and treats at one of Leo Gladden and seven-month-old Benjamin dress as a chef and a lobster in a pot for the Village Venture in 2014 in Clare- our sidewalk café’s or stroll over to the mont. options. to 5 p. day’s events are listed on the next page.000 visitors to attend Village Venture. This is the place to kick-off your one- stop holiday gift needs as you’ll find something special for everyone on your shopping list! You’ll also have an oppor- tunity to explore local businesses and non-profits in the Business and Organi- zations block.m.

m. Drive and Indian Hill Boulevard. cles) Parade will be led by the El Roble Honey Buckets Shuttle parking/Pick up: located at 205 Yale Ave. • Taylor Hall parking lot at Scripps when you drop off your pre-carved If you’re over 21 and have a valid ID. • Located behind the Claremont Pub- tween 2 and 4:30 p. at Claremont Depot: Free Shuttle Service Avenues (space is limited).m. lic Library.m. to 2 p. • Complete the registration form Beer and Wine Garden Booths located on First Street be. (participants Shelton Park. 11 a. Buses run .m. 2 to off at the Metrolink at College Avenue Sponsored by Claremont Sunrise Rotary front of the Chamber office at 205 Yale 4:30 p. must be present to win).m. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 6 Children’s Costume Parade Dance. between 8:30 Marching Band.m. • Prizes will be awarded at the Great and Harvard Avenues. (No motorized vehi.m. every 10 to 15 minutes and are handi- VENTURE GUIDE/from the previous page Begins at 10 a.m. Contest Rules: Take your pre-carved Ave. wine and cider from 11 a. at Shelton capped accessible.m mont String Band. • CUC Facilities at First Street and and 9:30 a. visit the beer and wine garden on Bonita of the high school. Hosts will serve craft ales. north pumpkin. carded at 4:45 p.m. enter on College and Bonita 11 a.) Moultrie Academy of Music. at 9:15 a. to 4 p. Cadillac. 1 p. at Shelton Park: Clare. at Claremont Depot: Hank’s and First Street. at College Avenue and First Street and • Pumpkins must be picked up be.m. Voice & From 8:30 a.m. at Shelton Park: The pumpkin to the Sunrise Rotary booth. to 5 p. the parking structure at First Street and Handicapped Parking Musical Entertainment Oberlin.m. Ambrose Episcopal Church at Pumpkin Patch at 2 p. 3 p.m.m. Sponsored by College Escrow Unclaimed pumpkins will be dis. tween Yale and Harvard Avenues. The free shuttle drops Great Pumpkin Carving Contest • All participants must assemble in Park: Emad & Renaissance Friends.m. right in front of Parking • St. Parking is available at the Metrolink Bonita and Mountain Avenues. Food Court Mills Avenue.

LLC 563 Senegence 744 Pilgrim Place 323 Angel Girlz 132 Sun Lovers Place 564 Stardust Alley 745 Pomona College 327 OC School of the Arts Shop 135 Cut Sew Stitch 565 Feeling Groovy Wellness 746 American Museum of Ceramic Art 330 Sewhotcreations 184 Miguel Borbolla 566 Revolution Salon 747 Arthur Murray Dance Studio 335 Price Leather 206 MCHerdering Photography 701 Such-A-Deal 748 Uncommon Good 339 Marcy's Bendable Hair Clips 233 Quirino Martinez 702 Pour Moi Beauty LLC 749 Origami Owl 347 Mina Bazaar Ink 236 Jason Mernick Metal Art 703 Candlelight Pavilion 750 Life Performance Enhancement 363 Bag Lady 263 Primordial Profiles 704 Solar City BOOTH LISTING/next page . LLC 733 Lularoe 251 Scents 2 High Heaven 605 Elaine Cobb 352 So. Contractors 734 LA Times 259 Heartnsew 609 Womanhood Collection 501 Usborne Books & More 735 Funbiz 275 Leather E 611 Silly Yeti 503 Pomona USD. Child Development 736 Scentsy 276 Graces Design 613 aCutee 504 Clear Choice Windows 741 Moultrie Academy 285 Emalee Designs 506 Caring Transitions 742 Claremont Craft Ales 296 An Original to Remember ART 507 Assisted Living Locators 743 Claremont Community School of Music 318 Simply Roses 121 Acorn Artisan Pies. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 7 Village Venture Booth Listing APPAREL & ACCESSORIES 369 Recyclicious 278 Studio Colette Inc. 486 Dustin and Daisy 345 Pearl Dental Group 728 Claremont Bible Chapel 218 Yoney's One Of A Kind 495 La Tee Da 346 Forest Lawn 729 Western Christian Schools 225 Lolligain 496 Declan 348 Claremont Sculpsure 730 Democratic Club of Claremont 235 Nite Owl Ink 552 Linda's Crafts 349 Esquivel Dental 731 Renewal by Andersen 241 Anantara 554 Ann's Originals 350 Claremont Hyundai 732 Laga Handbags 242 Cathy's Collectibles 578 Martha's Special T's 351 AP Marketing & Consulting. 287 Aiko Institute 708 Claremont Music Scene 115 Eclectic Earth Studio 379 Jackapotamus 372 SHU-DP-Photo 709 Kiwanis Club of Claremont 116 Story Spark 385 KBD Studio 383 ME Shell Graphics 710 Foothill Gold Line 122 Kathy Bell 387 Elva Rodriguez 413 NTKS 711 Eric Martinez State Farm Insurance 130 Designs by Ursula 405 Made 4 You 422 The House of Wickersham 712 Silva Saliba 136 Ginette Shook 408 Pontigo 442 Fiendish Thingies 713 Dreams of Tibet 140 Dirickson Crafts 414 Cheyr-D-Zigns 453 Elizabeth Butterfield 714 Simple Living 167 Laurie Jo Designs 431 Trimitive 472 Don Schimmel Photography 715 D's Haberdashery 168 Laurie Jo Designs 434 Rainbow Tie-Dyes 606 Cori's Pawtraits 716 Craft-O-Graph LLC 175 Just Buddha 454 Not Made in China 617 Dorothy Wallace Photography 717 Saint Johns & Soap 178 Blue River 457 My Dragonfly Girl 722 Inter Valley Health Plan 183 Shakeel's Concepts 465 Margaret George BUSINESS & ORGANIZATIONS 723 Claremont Heritage 190 Aladdin Jasmine Apparel 468 Simply Casual Kid 222 Claremont Sunrise Rotary 724 Claremont Chiropractic 201 Bohemian Rags Handbags 470 Floradora Hats 341 Casa Colina 725 Foothill Country Day School 204 Linda Stevens 475 R&T Traders 342 Farm Fresh to You 726 Our Lady of the Assumption 212 Thai Dye 484 Leabrig 343 Claremont High Water Polo 727 League of Women Voters Claremont 213 Sun Hwa and Co. 705 Mijac Alarm 108 Country Attic Boutique 371 Pure Intent 282 All Over The Mapp 707 Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA 112 Sewing Up A Storm 373 Jesse and Co. Cal.

C. Ironworks 123 Hogan Young 426 Ellen Williams Ceramic Art 429 Laura Kaslow Art 260 Janet Jobe 179 Barbara Lamb Ceramics 443 Squires Ceramic Studio 450 Stella Divina 277 Weathered Woods 216 Cactus Jack Ceramics 483 Fabrile Studios Pottery 455 Dianna's Gourds-n-Crafts 281 Second Tyme Chimes 234 Symphony of Creative Expressions 583 Ramona Paloma Tile Studios 462 Shadow Dance Glass & Art 324 Old Mexico Arts & Crafts 284 Of The Earth Ceramics 467 Heather's Cards 337 Dennis Shaw Artist 292 Mary Swann CRAFTS 474 Pale Blossoms Organics 384 Designs By Dani 320 ShaJa Ceramics 139 Stella Star Soaps + Candles 490 The Sawdust Factory 390 Monalisa's 329 Pence Animal Sculpture 163 Busy Brushes 502 La Lovie 476 Windancer . Medical Center 334 Sweet Suds by Nikki 571 Crossroads.C BOOTH LISTING/from previous page 187 The SmokeStack Co. DDS 232 Omelia Candle Studio 523 Charlas Tri Tip 755 Bungalow 360 244 Aprons. Etc 524 Cjontes 756 Real Time Pain Relief 256 Everyday Crafts Shop 525 Indonesian Satay 757 US Bank 257 Service Center for Ind Life 526 Korean BBQ 758 Daily Bulletin 274 Sun Kissed Herbal 527 Justin Popping Good Corn 759 Tupperware 286 The Plate Ladies 528 Samba Brazilian BBQ 760 Far Arden Essentials 295 Judy Morrison 529 Taco Daddy 761 Agnes & Dora 313 Nickies Microwave Heat/Freezer Pads 530 Pams Sweet Shack 762 Perry’s Collectibles 314 Desiree Cooper 531 Bert & Rocky's Cream Co. Inc 777 Priceless Pets 338 Kathleen Miller 572 Broney Distributing 778 Citrus College 365 Baby Cadeaux COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff 573 Diamond Valley Gourmet 779 Lularoe with Colleen & Jeana 368 Cuddle Cups Giancarlo DeLuca. his wife Erika and 574 Gourmet Blends 780 SGV Council of Governments 376 Unearth Malee children. dress as 575 Planet Cookies 781 St Ambrose Episcopal Church 377 M Newmark characters from Wreck it Ralph and Fix 576 Fresh Squeezed Lemonade 782 Scentsy 388 Marbled Palette it Felix at the 214 costume parade. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 8 165 Starfish Are People Too 561 Antiquity B. 772 VNA Hospice & Palliative Care So Cal 315 Clover Arrownautics 567 Sidamo Café & Roastery 773 Pomona Valley Audubon Society 316 Pattrashome 568 Tea Drops 774 Southern CA Golden Retriever Rescue 326 Zazu Faure/Los Angeles 569 Vom Fass 775 Community Senior Services 333 Quillos by Pat 570 I Like Pie Bake Shop 776 Pomona Valley Hosp. Mia Bella and Enzo. Shuffer. 721 DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont 783 Epic Design Build. Inc. 607 Tarnished Angels 751 Granite Creek Community Church 191 One Crafty Mess FOOD 752 Claremont HS Theatre 217 Dots Daughter Designs 521 Now You're Poppin 753 Village Network Africa 223 Phebies NeedleArt 522 Now You're Poppin 754 Justin A. 401 Body Scentsations 784 Sweat 'n' Sparkle Life 361 Fired Up Tiles 402 Flip It Craft Works FLORAL & GARDEN 785 Arbonne 381 Malgosia Nowakowski 406 Blossom Soap Co 126 Dancing Spirits 404 Lilia Venier Ceramics 412 Essential Addictions 170 JF Lin Creations CERAMICS 411 Beyond Blue Ceramics 427 Pelham's Paperie 247 S.

M's Woodshop 192 D's Designs 224 Maraya Jewelry Art 172 Livingston Music 214 Unique Bottle Candles 231 Left Angle 253 William Harrold Design 248 Ken Folstrom 249 Martel Crafts 258 Mi Juleree VILLAGE BUSINESS 273 Pixie Village Cottages 137 Norens Nursery 297 Wayne's WoodCrafts 261 Created By Stephanie 424 Borusky Woodworks 293 Crafty M Creations 272 La Meno 141 Vintage Odyssey 319 Helen's Clay Art 171 Bunny Gunner 461 Hudson River Inlay 283 Cathy's Earcuffs 469 Wood Craft by David 331 Laughing In Stitches 291 MelRowes Designs 173 The Bath Workshop 366 Pillow Picasso 176 Elizabeth Marcel 485 Always Turning Woodworks 294 Studio of Bob Johnson 562 Wood U Like 370 First Baptist Church 312 Tiffany's House Inc 177 Studio C 375 Penny Rydzewski 203 Tocaja 614 Artisan by Day 317 Bella Glass Jewelry . Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 9 380 Outrageous Embroidery 322 Little Muse Designs 205 Tattle Tails BOOTH LISTING/from previous page 415 Larry & Connie Worsham 325 Inner Earth Jewelry 221 Claremont Chamber of Commerce 481 Artful Succulents 416 Lockjaw Garage 328 Sharon Kaplan Jewelry 240 Kut Haus Claremont 559 The Rambling Garden 430 Yu-neek 332 Things Sparkly 243 Some Crust Bakery 579 Violet Perfection by Gini 445 Keri Quilts 336 Tommy Lane Jewelry 252 California Bank & Trust 601 Barbara Larson 464 Summerfield Candles 340 Joy's 255 Podges Deli & Juice Claremont GLASS 466 Jacqueline's Home Décor 362 Helen Crisp 262 Buddha Mouse Emporium 109 Suncatchers Art Glass 488 The Om 364 Brandiwine Designs 271 Claremont COURIER 128 Michael Foster.Design Odyssey 535 Blue House Dentistry 555 Creative Glassworks 125 T Stones Jewelry 560 Jeff Price Art Glass 463 Sparkles by Sarwat 536 Maple Boutique 127 Creations By Krys 471 Porcelain Designs 537 The Claremont Forum 603 Indispensable Whimsey 129 Milestones 610 California Bottles 473 Hasri Collection 538 Tapestry Church Claremont 131 Seffira Bead & Beyond 482 Slavic Gifts 539 Aromatique Skin & Body Care 133 Allan Mason 487 Dazzling Lobes 577 First City Credit Union HOME 138 C&A Gemstones 111 Just For You 492 Jewelry by Peter 581 Middle Tree 162 Jewelry by Naomi 551 Eco-Je' 582 Perl Mortgage 113 Vintage Bottles by the Sea 164 Quirky Creatures 117 Vintage by Fire 553 Rena Howe Design 771 Claremont Museum of Art 181 Sanderra 558 Rica Aghasi 124 Michelle Special T's 182 Shell-Bell Designs 161 Grandpas Off His Rocker 612 Linda's Jewelry Creations WOOD 185 Exotika Fashion 616 Ellen Dinerman 169 Imagination Depot 174 HWL Tablecloth Sales 188 Wanda Gale Design 189 Deer Haven Designs MUSIC 180 rayroundsdesigns 211 Ancient Echoes 215 Mr. Dubson . Stained Glass 493 Natural Body & Bath 367 By Cila 344 It’s Mine 134 Follies 494 Rusted Anchor 378 Jennifer Jones Collection 374 Himalayan Collections 166 Fun Files 556 Jest for Fun Crafts 386 Cali Bracelet 432 City of Claremont 186 KS Creations 557 Cuzi's Custom Crafts & Embroidery 389 Panache Jewelry 433 City of Claremont 207 Silver Spoon Jewelry 602 CFR Patio 403 JX-Style 447 Hendricks Pharmacy 311 Glass Garden Diva's 604 Lots of Doings 407 Janet Bergner 489 Friends of the Claremont Library 410 Mad Art Studios 608 Country Neighbor Crafts 409 Meisha 497 Rio de Ojas 425 Pacific Winds 615 Guitars & Smiles 423 Forkedelic 505 RE/MAX Resources 428 Art and Soul Gallery 446 Personal Touch Designs 532 Claremont Lock & Key JEWELRY 451 Beth Jewelry 533 The Vintage Grove 444 Judy's Fusion 110 Personal Touch 491 Hand Blown Glass by Ivan Adaniya 456 Adornments 534 Children’s Foundation of America 114 Renaissance Jewelry Design 458 J.

m. The free event. same time as Halloween. and you’ll understand how much Muertos—commemorating the life of a the couple love Mexican culture.m.” Ms. will feature Mariachis. As friend or relative who has passed on by displaying things you remember about DIA DE LOS MUERTOS/next page . to 4 p.. in ton Park. have died by providing disposable When you walk into the shop Ms. Riojas COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff said. where residents are encour. the two do Shelton Park. Oc- be a massive community altar at Shel. The centerpiece of the festival will to even their favorite song or beverage. It’s promising to be larger than pre- vious festivals a few years ago. While the holiday falls around the tober 29 from 11 a. according to Terri Riojas of Rio de Ojas. using the Rio de Ojas decorates extensively for park. its sort of what we envisioned. aged to pay tribute to loved ones who not run in tandem.” them. Riojas runs with her husband. A festival is planned for Sunday. Dia de los Muertos. copies of photographs or other items. to 4 p. a costume contest and beautiful altars honoring family members who have passed on.m.m. Rio de Ojas is teaming up with the Claremont Library to ramp up their Dia de los Muertos event this year. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 10 A new tradition: the Dia de Los Muertos festival T he Claremont Village will come alive with tributes to the dead dur- ing Sunday’s Dia de Los Muertos festival. which runs from 11 a. “Pulling in more people. from old pictures and mementos Muertos items for sale at Rio de Ojas. Ray Rio- This is a main aspect of Dia de Los jas. “It just seemed like it was a good year to try a little bit more. including this We’re just working on pulling the A few of the whimsical Dia de los skeleton dressed to resemble the pieces together. painter Frida Kahlo.

Riojas said. “It’s a deeper way to remember them than any way we’ve had available to us. Intricate displays of skeletons singing. chose a theme featuring the There will also be live music on the Padua Hills Theatre’s Mexican Players this year. DIA DE LOS MUERTOS/next page . with pictures and stories that happened with them. it’s building a structure remem- bering the people we lost in a more com- plete way. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 11 DIA DE LOS MUERTOS/from previous page she learned more about the holiday.” The shop already has their own altar on display ion the window.” Ms. which has had a Dia de los Muertos altar for many years. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff Village boutique Rio De Ojas. resi- dents are encouraged to start their own altars around different parts of the park. Ms. dancing and enjoying life adorn the display. Riojas. At the Dia de los Muertos celebration on October 29 at Shelton Park Shelton Park stage. accord- ing to Ms. and there will be children’s crafts at the Claremont Library. Riojas fell in love with how it celebrates family. “It’s more than placing flowers on a graveyard. paying tribute to the Mexican Players of the Padua Hills Theater. D uring the festival. both living and dead. along with old photographs from a bygone era. Car altars made inside vintage hot rods will also be on display in the parking lot behind the Seaver House. with Gloria y Las visitors can add their own mementos to a community-wide altar.

noting that you can’t take your riches with you when you die. This year Mr.m. Riojas said. Riojas characterized the news@claremont-courier.m. Ms. Art will have a button-making station But the essence of the festival is to “It’s just fun. The drawing pokes fun at the aristocracy. The concept of the Catrina dates back to La Calavera Catrina. or Dia de los Muertos costume com- petition will also take place. featuring three age categories: 4 to 11. 12 to 19 and 20-plus. and Pizza N area store. . Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 12 DIA DE LOS MUERTOS/fprevious page Calaveras playing from 11 a.m. a Catrina y Catrin.m. or “Dap- per Skeleton. Riojas and his wife Terri are working with other area businesses to present a Dia de los Muertos celebration in Shelton Park on Sunday. and competi- tors will promenade through the Village.com and the Pomona College Museum of Orozco. the drawing has be- come synonymous with Dia de los Muertos festivities.m. A t 3 p. Such will have a special pizza with chorizo. Prizes will be available for those who win. holiday as both cathartic and happy. Mr. October 29 from 11 a.. of famed Mexican artist Jose Clemente have died. to 4 p. egg and potatoes.” a satirical drawing by famed Mexican illustrator Jose Posada that depicted a skeleton with a beautiful and opulent hat.” he added. to noon and Mariachi music from noon to 3 p. Over the years. The festivities will not only be lim- ited to Shelton Park—Bardot is slated Rio de Ojas owner Ray Riojas highlights some of the details in the shop’s Dia de los Muertos altar recently at the Village to have a special menu. The Claremont Museum of Art will as well as an exhibit featuring the work have fun while remembering those who —Matthew Bramlett have free admission during the festival.

event will be held Tuesday. a organ music from 4:30 to 7 p. The cost is $20. new. visit the city make a rag doll like the ones the first website at ci.m. Maps listing all participating loca. blood supply following the Las Vegas and two cats were adopted. ceeds go directly to the homeless cats ing a blood drive with the American in Priceless Pet’s care. Fabric is provided. Indian Hill Blvd. The “Claremont Community Cares” Enjoy a safe. Priceless Pet Rescue hosts a monthly “Cats and Coffee” for feline lovers. visit the Red Cross website at redcrossblood.) wildlife presentation at 4:30 p. at Taylor Hall (1775 N. For information.ca..m. lar event This event is presented by the city of vited to make Center at (909) 399-5490. food drive in Claremont. sent for that emergency. after 250 pints of blood were mation..com.   The next event will be held Sun- munity Cares’ day. fun Halloween at the UR TOWN More information is available by calling (909) 626-1201 or by email to officemanager@claremontucc. vintage rag dolls mont’s local food pantry at the Inland For more information about the city’s Claremont seniors are invited to Valley Hope Partners. free games call (909) 621-2400 or visit inlandval- and entertainment. 665 E. call This event is perfect for anyone inter- ested in spending a Sunday morning games and entertainment from 3 to 6 As part of the Claremont Village sipping coffee and petting furry friends p. leyhopepartners. which includes a coffee and snack.m. A materials fee cat-lovers tions will be available at the Claremont Depot and the Chamber of Commerce Halloween mood of $4 is due on the day of the class. Music sets the Joslyn Center on Monday. The class will take place at the Coffee event for to trick-or-treaters from 3 to 5 p.m.org. Festivities at the Depot will in.m. blood. Claremont Lincoln Univer- nate food or toiletry items to Clare- annual Halloween Spooktacular in the Claremont Village on Tuesday.org. Harrison Ave. Spooktacular. For infor- tragedy. All are invited. All pro- The city of Claremont is coordinat. Claremont Village Marketing Group and local businesses. More than 40 Village businesses. will be handing out free goodies are asked to bring a pair of scissors. October 30 from 2:30 to 4:30 p. 31 with trick-or-treating. Foothill Blvd. November 12 from 9 to 11 a. October sity..org. Claremont United the Joslyn Center at (909) 399-5488 or while talking with pals. . November 21 from 1 to 7 p. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 13 W. get some much needed attention.m.m. The Claremont Depot will have free at CUCC The city offers a variety of activities for older adults. The community is also invited to do- Everyone is invited to Claremont’s Claremont.org or call the Hughes by Bert & Rocky’s at 5:30 p. Red Cross to help replenish the local The last event raised close to $600. at 233 back. It’s also a wonderful way to give by the Priceless Pets Rescue at 4 p. by helping the pets socialize and ‘Claremont Com. For information. marked with balloons and a special (909) 399-5490. at The Orphanage. children’s costume contest sponsored Local seniors in.m. Pre- registration is encouraged. nate blood.m. and a To schedule an appointment to do- city’s Spooktacu. on the day of the event. visit pricelesspetrescue. but attendees poster.us or call American settlers crafted for their chil. dren.claremont. Halloween Spooktacular. both old and clude a dog costume contest sponsored Church of Christ hosts treats and scary visit claremontrec.

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chair of the board of directors. on October 2 at the Padua Hills Theatre in Claremont. Plant Seeds of Hope. Polina Goncharova. city of Claremont COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger Green Business: Claremont Craft Ales With the Foothill Gold Line Railroad status in the news. which includes Tom Erb.) PLANT SEEDS OF HOPE/next page . followed up by the en- vironmental leadership awards. Sponsored by Pick My Solar. Patri- cia Calderón. Sustainable Landscape Champions: Marty and Cam Hartford Faith-based Leader: Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church Sustainability Champion (organization): Claremont COURIER Sustainability Champion (individual): Chris Veirs. Agnes Mok and Haley Parsley. which were presented by Steve Sabicer. Girl Scout Troop 1924 (Tree Champion) and Claremont Craft Ales (Green Business. The big winners were Chris Veirs. Lisa Levy Buch talks to Jed Leano about the latest Tree Champion: Girl Scout Troop 1924 led by developments. principal planner. the Green School Champions: Riley and Ryan Fass Claremont COURIER. Sustainability Champion (organization). the event featured a social hour with ex- hibits and light refreshments. Winners include: Energy champion: The CHERP 50 Home Chal- lenge College Team. Sustainability Champion (individual). They were part of over 100 people who attended the Sustainable Claremont annual meeting Beverly Speak and awards party at Padua Hills. Anam Mehta. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 18 ‘Plant Seeds of Hope’ with Sustainable Claremont S ustainable Claremont honored busi- nesses and individuals for sustain- ability efforts at its annual meeting. Claremont COURIER and Foothill Gold Line. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden.

However. . Sustainable Claremont. The next event is planned for such an active volunteer base.org or call water.org . AT RIGHT:  Kate Irvine. restore and expand the city’s urban forest. near Chaparral Park. contact Kate Irvine by email shade and to sequester carbon to filter air and clean Sustainable Claremont provides tools and training at coordinator@sustainableclaremont. PLANT SEEDS OF HOPE/from the previous page S ustainable Claremont is a nonprofit organization that engages people in education and action to create a more sustainable community—environ- mentally. RSVP at greencrew@sus. Its first tree-planting event was held recently and will be ordering more shovels and gloves due to (909) 625-8767 extension 238. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 19 COURIER photos/Peter Weinberger The more than 100 guests at the annual awards cere- mony enjoyed food from Saca’s at the Padua Hills Theater. November 18 at Memorial Park. volunteers are Saturday. Residents are invited to join Sustainable Claremont to nuture. encouraged to bring shovels or gloves to the event. checks in guests before the ceremony. For more information about other programming at Volunteers will plant water-wise trees to help provide tainableclaremont. socially and economically—in Claremont and beyond. To join the Green Crew. Sustainable Claremont coor- dinator.

November 11 at 11 a. Delgado works as a supervising agricul- tural standards investigator for the Riverside County Agricultural Commissioner’s office. “I wanted to learn to grow plants. November 8 at 11 a. veterans’ organ- izations. agricultural and business resource exhibitors will host booths at the event. will consist of agricultural. Del- gado. but utilize and taste what they had to offer.” said Carlos Suarez. The USDA has developed a number of re- sources to help veteran farmers and ag professionals get started in the industry. San Antonio College to Cal Poly Pomona in po- litical science. state conservationist for the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service in California.edu. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 20 Superintendent/President Geraldine M. W. the agricultural industry is a logical place to look for careers. “Veterans are among the most successful entrepre- neurs and have an important role to play in the next generation of farmers and ranchers. the Don Huntley College of Agriculture. the then-chairman of Cal Poly Pomona’s plant science department led him to focus on horticulture and agronomy instead. College Night Shift band and the Citrus Singers. The event.. Califor- nia State senators Ed Hernandez and Anthony Veterans Day events Portantino. business and educational resources. . as well as mayors and council members from host the annual Veterans Day ceremony in Memorial the cities of Azusa and Glendora.900 high- skilled job openings annually in the industry through 2020. Perri. After leaving the service. Citrus College will host its 12th annual “Saluting Our Veterans” ceremony on Wednesday. keynote speakers and a special The following individuals and groups will be in at- tendance including Citrus Community College Dis- shop to veterans three-volley salute. a chance encounter with Dan Hostetler. Park on Saturday. vol- unteer opportunities and microloan programs. transitioning trict board of trustees members. vet- eran. In addition to the panel discussion. farmers. Veterans returning from active duty overseas to the United States face many challenges. Student veterans. he worked in the banking industry before discovering a love for plants.” said Mr.m. US rep- Honor military heroes at UR TOWN resentatives Judy Chu and Grace Napolitano. contact the Cal Poly Pomona Veterans Resource Center at (909) 869-6994 or vetquestions@cpp. a salute to fallen veterans by the Valley Veterans Memorial Team and a museum Cal Poly Pomona offers display of military uniforms. at the AGRIscapes Center at Cal Poly Pomona. University Dr. including finding employment.m. the Citrus Solis. located at 1000 Azusa Pacific University. Cal Poly Pomona Veterans Resource Center. The workshop will be held from 9 a.m. Foothill Blvd. including internships. He hopes to move up into management and work on budgeting and writing regulations. The USDA estimates there will be 57. San Gabriel Valley native Daniel Delgado (a 2010 graduate of horticulture. Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Supervisor Hilda L. but only 35.” A USDA scholarship gave him the opportunity to work for the US Forest Service in New Mexico. Los Angeles County In honor of Claremont’s veterans. which is open to the public. Since nearly half come from rural areas. California State assemblymembers Chris Holden and Blanca E. an acknowledgement of student veteran scholarship recipients. 4102 S. honorees. mont and American Legion Keith Powell Post 78 will Guests can enjoy musical performances by the Gladstone High School marching band. Although he had initially planned to transfer from Mt. Rubio. Mr. in Pomona. the city of Clare. Additional highlights include a color guard from Also. Today. The event will include recognition of four veteran Representatives from several US military branches agriculture career work- will also be on site to answer questions. in Glendora.400 college graduates to fill those openings. who will be a keynote speaker at the outreach day workshop. and the US De- partment of Agriculture are sponsoring a Veteran Farmer Outreach Day workshop. military dependents.. “I realized I not only wanted to see and smell beautiful plants and flowers. Citrus College service members. at the college.m. ranchers and entrepreneurs are invited to attend a November 2 workshop at Cal Poly Pomona highlighting opportunities in the field of agriculture. agronomy) served two years in the US Coast Guard. creating opportunities for one-on-one engagement and networking. Cal Poly Pomona alumni who are now ag profes- sionals will participate in the workshop. For more information. to 2 p.

work. of La Verne’s mission to from Art and Sarah Ludwick. cilities & Technology Master Plan. Cultural Un. religions. the renovation of Brandt Hall and versity of La Verne and are involved in philanthropy Robert Earhart. study and derstanding. community.” Mr.” she said. and space for collaboration. which includes a includes spirituality. fessionally. campus members and the greater cording to Provost Jonathan Reed. the Office of Civic and of the Year award from the Glendora Chamber of break ground next summer on a Community Engagement. Class of 1994—is pro. the Of. Reed said. ethical partments.” University of La Verne Chaplain Zandra Wagoner experience at the University of La Verne. with additional fundraising. Streets where the chapel now sits. completion by fall 2018. room. “W group prayer and meditation room. “This iconic center community to gather. space and oppor. ac. . propriate environment for people of all religions. and culturally-en. care for every student academically. will further that mission by providing the ful interactions. patrons of the Child Development Center at the Fair. cultural understanding.” foster an atmosphere of collaboration. a in 1994. They received the Glendora Citizen T he University of La Verne will fice of Multicultural Services. “A quality education is more than academics. the project and the community. faiths and traditions.000-square-foot residence and dining hall. collaborate and have meaning. resources and opportunities that forefront of where higher education needs to be in the University of La Verne. reflecting some of the Church of The center will provide purpose. and nations and 116. facility will be completed as planned and will include The Ludwicks are long-time supporters of the Uni. cultural understanding. spired by the University million dollar facility supported by a significant gift The sacred space will provide a welcoming and ap. The Ludwicks’ gift as. Construction plans also include three classrooms. set for reasoning. plex in Pomona. throughout the San Gabriel Valley. the Brethren’s simplicity of architectural style. spiritually and emotionally. sity’s core values. associate vice president University the removal of the existing Interfaith Chapel. Ludwick earned her master of science degree itual Life. Ms. new facility that will serve as a Student Services and the Office of Interfaith and Spir. diversity and community engagement. To learn how to be a part of this project. community engagement cred space that will accommodate 125 people. including being Advancement at (909) 448-4691 or by email at The Ludwick Center will include an expanded sa. and Community Engagement—a multi.edu. It will extend between academic and student affairs de.” tunity for students. “The Ludwick Center is emblematic of the univer. contact new construction. teraction and opportunities for extensive outreach to be located south of Bonita Avenue between B and C sures that. “It is part of our ef- “This will place the University of La Verne at the fort to create a sense of belonging for all students at space. pro- jected to open in the fall of 2019. gaged hub for the campus community. offices.” University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman said that the Ludwick Center will build synergy that The Ludwick Center is part of the university’s Fa- said. the Office of International Commerce in 1987. a yoga and quiet e are impressed and in- The Ludwick Center for Spirituality.” will enhance and enrich every student’s terms of educating and nurturing the whole person. square-foot health and science academic building to Bonita Avenue and B Street. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 21 University of La Verne to open center for spirituality.000- The facility will be located near the corner of “It will create natural opportunities for student in. rearhart@laverne. across cultures. and a three-story. 55. in child development from the University of La Verne spiritual. the Ludwicks said.

she was the third deadline to enroll is Tuesday. to 11:30 a. which is part of the national Village Move- ment. rain or shine. and the deadline to register is right around the corner.org. Local businesses en- couraged to give back on ‘Giving Tuesday’ The Claremont Village Marketing Group’s annual Giving Tuesday is coming up. providing fresh pro- PBS documentary Jewish Americans and has written the VMG will do their best to try to pair you with duce to the community at reasonable prices. although there are no guarantees.m. The event. COURIER advertising the event as a whole.m. She was twice named one of Newsweek’s 50 Most Claremont 501(C)(3) nonprofit. versity from where she graduated in 1971. event flyers. You may request The market is one of the longest-running farmer’s Influential Rabbis in America. ac- by Hebrew Union College in 1976. SSI and SSDI benefits as serving on the editorial board of The Torah: A will be provided with ads in the Claremont payment. during Shabbat Monday at the start of the holiday season. a listing on ClaremontVillage. For information. on a book en- titled. including them. Rabbi Geller’s talk is part of the Brenda Rosenfeld Shabbat Scholars Series. Ordained Halloween pumpkin painting will be available for Giving Tuesday happens on November 28. was the first woman to be The Pomona Valley Farmer’s Market will bring a profit and to host a table with information about them festive twist to this weekend’s event. Rabbi Gellar is working with her husband. Giving services at 7:30 p. November 17. WIC. was featured in the your top four choices of Claremont organizations. woman in the Reform Movement to become a Rabbi. situated within Black Friday and Cyber . at the corner of Pearl and Garey. a nonprofit to The Pomona Valley Farmer’s Market is open every She is a fellow of the corporation of Brown Uni.org Speak at TBI Rabbi Laura Geller will be speaking at Temple Beth Israel on Friday. Richard Siegel. metropolitan synagogue as Senior Rabbi. Women’s Commentary. October 31. and is a host. as well as cash. Participants ket accepts CalFresh.m. selected through a national search to lead a major at their location. from 7:30 a. ChaiVil- lageLA. and markets in Los Angeles County. Participating businesses will be paired with a ners. the Emerita Rabbi of Temple Tuesday offers Claremont businesses the opportunity to donate 10 percent of their profits to a local non- kin painting session Emanuel in Beverly Hills. The mar- numerous articles in books and journals. cording to a release from the Inland Valley Hope Part- according to a release from Temple Beth Israel. and the the kids during the October 28 farmer’s market. author of The Jewish Catalog. contact TBI at (909) 626-1277. Saturday. founder of the first synagogue based village. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 22 Businesses interested in participating in the event UR TOWN IVHP offer kids pump- Rabbi Laura Geller to are encouraged to contact Jenelle Rensch at jren- sch@trinityys. Rabbi Geller. a window poster supporting your nonprofit and a social media toolkit. which brings highly re- garded speakers to Temple Beth Israel. Getting Good at Getting Older: A Jewish Catalog for a New Age to be published in 2018.

assists with evacuations during forest No experience is needed and all training is provided.m. p. 440 S. The team is part of the Los Ange- p. hands San Dimas hours a day.. types of evacuation techniques. Each member also becomes a reserve San Dimas. fied Emergency Medical Technician. deputy sheriff and is trained as a certi. October 28 from 10 a. contact Pilgrim Place at (909) tain Rescue Station. The San Dimas Mountain Rescue .m. the San Dimas cated to saving others. and able to pass a background investigation. on the second and fourth Friday of event. offer free movie warding and challenging way to give art that they would like to donate to help support the 2017 Pilgrim Place back to the community. formation.com. in the month. An art donation party called Got Art? will be held at Pilgrim Place on Satur. be a full-time student or to take it off your Consider joining many other rescue situations. re- prised of all volunteers—highly-trained and motivated men and women dedi. until noon. The meetings will be at the Moun. Showtimes at the Joslyn come and refreshments will be served. in fires and floods. snow plicants on Saturday. November 15 at 7 Center. Blaisdell Center. 698 Scrooby Lane. November 4 at 8 and ice rescue. les County Sheriff’s Department. 114 E. a.. movie matinees the first and third Mon- The Got Art? event will be held at climbing. and participates in good health. day. 365 days a year to help people who visit the mountain areas of More information can be found on the SDMRT website at sdmrt. what you’re looking for. Mountain Ave.m. is 12:30 For further information about this more. Everyone is wel. rescues ve- hicle accident victims in the mountains. at the Pilgrim Place at the Fine Arts Studio at meetings for volunteer mountaineer ap. map and compass The team will host informational usage. swift-water rescue and Claremont. and Wednesday.m. Team members continuously train in matinees Mountain Rescue Team may be just search and tracking. First St. Members of the team are on call 24 have steady employment. Call (909) 399-5488 for in- 399-5500. mountaineering. Team Founded in 1955. The city of Claremont offers free Festival Fine Arts booth. helicopter extraction and other day of the month at 12:30 p. 660 N. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 23 Team searches for and rescues missing. Senior centers Community members are encour- aged to bring framed or unframed wall If you’re interested in an exciting. the team is com..m. Mountaineer vol- unteers must be at least 21 years old. College Ave. Got Art? Pilgrim Place would love UR TOWN trapped and injured hikers.Mountain Rescue Eastern Los Angeles County and the San Gabriel Mountains. rappelling.

and Claudia Strauss. Ryan Lenz. T he American Institute place Saturday. at Pomona College (located under the The afternoon session will offer Peter Smith Student Center). associate professor of soci. Dreier. sociology professor from UC ogy and Chicano/a and Latino/a studies help us better understand fas. and have a discussion The mid-morning session will in. Rohde. Berkeley. José with Fascism? Trump and The Featured speakers include Dylan Calderón. associate at Pitzer College. lege. three sessions beginning at 8:30 a.m..m. Heather Williams. at the Rose Hills Theatre gence Project. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 24 Exploring the Trump Age at ‘Flirting with Fascism’ one-day conference The one-day conference will take of SoCAL. senior writer. 170 W. clude Constitutional Attorney Stephen with “Understanding Fascism” led by on saving democracy.m. anthropology professor at Pitzer Col- cism. November 4 from 8 Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelli- for Progressive a. professor of politics at Pomona College. Colin Beck. The conference will be broken into Trump. Democracy is present. politics at Occidental College. Clapp distinguished professor of ing a forum entitled “Flirting Claremont. past chair of ACLU Foundation FLIRTING WITH FASCISM/next page . explore the rise of au. professor emeritus of sociol- Challenge to Democracy” to Riley. to 3 p. Sixth St. thoritarianism in the Age of ology at Pomona College.

cial Justice Hall of Fame and Up tarianism. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 25 FASCISM/from the previous page Age of Trump and the Rise of Authori. Dreier from Occidental College. Lenz from the Southern tributor. November 4.m. his. Strauss Journal of Sociology. Mr.” AT RIGHT: Peter Dreier. Beck from Pomona of Freedom. authored The 100 Greatest Trump” at the TAIPD conference on Poverty Law Center will discuss “The Americans of the 20th Century: A So. Dreier. the Pomona College politics depart- dations of Fascism in Europe: Italy. tory and meaning of the Declaration of The forum is cosponsored by The tensive exploration of fascism in a his. American Socio. American Words and the Making of Southern Califor- Williams and Mr. has Closing out the conference at 1 p. “Saving Democracy in the Age of ACLU and Mr. Center for Teaching. Los Angeles specializing in constitu. College. Mr. Research and En- published numerous journal articles on is Mr. Press photo Democracy in the Age of Trump. Rohde’s book. will discuss At 10:45 a.. ment. and Ms. the US Constitution and Claremont Graduate University’s de- torical context. Mr. Rohde from the policy analyst and regular HuffPost con. Mr. Independence. among other books. Calderón and Ms. . Riley from UC Berkeley. and Romania 1870-1945. tional and civil rights law. gagement. from Pitzer. Riley. who is an American urban sor at Occidental College.” Against the Sprawl: Public Policy Mr. explores the origins. who will explore “Saving logical Review and Comparative Stud. fascism and democracy in the American as well as Mr. nia. He practices law in partment of politics and government. and the Intercollegiate Feminist Spain. author of The Civic Foun. the Bill of Rights. politics profes- ies in Society and History.m. This panel will provide an in.

. Mountain Ave. This event is free and open to the public. ploring new applications for his principles in the man. Keynote speakers include Renée Mauborgne. senior VP the man. For information. For information.m. Tenth St. whose suite of broadcasts reach more than 14 million agement landscape. mission and includes a networking lunch. November 13 at 2 p. au.com.com .. will provide advice and tips for actors de- veloping complex roles at the next meeting of the Shakespeare Club on November 13.com 621 4761 Courier Claremont claremont-courier. clowning and horseback riding. ception and a complimentary copy of Ms. screen actor to discuss complex roles at Shakespeare Club of Pomona Valley Actor Kyle McGruther. Deborah Clark. tion Irrelevant and Blue Ocean Shift: Beyond sion?” a press release asked.day@cgu. son Theater. to 5:30 p. Present The cost is $35 for alumni or $50 for general ad- and Future. Every day online claremont-courier. “Join us for an inspiring Competing: Proven Steps to Inspire Confidence day of talks and presentations to honor Peter Drucker and Seize New Growth. seen here as Duke Vincentio in Measure for Measure with The Long Beach Shake- speare Co. November 4 from 8 a. 231 E. French and Italian. Light re- freshments will be served. visit cgu.m. Mauborgne’s new book.” weekly listeners. 660 N. contact Lucy Lynch at (909) 717-1109 or lucylynch@aol.edu/event or email thor of Blue Ocean Strategy: How to Create Un. will share his insights on develop- ing a back story for characters in complex roles on Monday. living on four continents while learning Japanese. and listen to leading executives who are ex. CGU will offer “The Drucker Path: Past. fresh from this year’s en- gaging portrayal of Duke Vincentio in the Long Beach Shakespeare Company’s production of Meas- ure for Measure. Mr. and GM of public radio mainstay Marketplace. Claremont. Every Friday in print. screen and TV performer. drucker. cocktail re- urday. How does the vision of the director influence his investigation? How do his perceptions affect his inter- actions with other cast members in their roles? A stage.. Claremont. McGruther grew up in a military family.” at its annual Drucker Day event on Sat. His act- ing background includes a bachelor’s in music as well as training in role-playing. Photo courtesy of Luis Aranda Actor Kyle McGruther. stage combat. at Garri.edu. at the Joslyn Center. Stage.m. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 26 Claremont Graduate University to host UR TOWN annual Drucker Day contested Market Space and Make the Competi- “Are you walking the Drucker Path in your profes.

Admission on Sundays is free for children mont Museum of Art under 18. are Friday through Sunday. The event. on the first Saturday of the month for the Art students in CMA’s Project ARTstART lead visitors in Walk. Guatemala and throughout South Claremont Museum of Art from noon to 4 p. The ARTstation is sponsored by Wheeler-Steffen family day at the Clare. First St. and 6 to 9 rience art and engage with local culture. It is a collaboration with some of Claremont Creativity time at free and Pomona’s most distinctive artists.org Exhibition. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 27 America. provides a place for children to expe. High school p. which More information can be found by calling (909) in this case is Dee Marcellus Cole’s Carnival Seekers 621-3200 or by mailing info@claremontmuseum.m.m. noon to 4 p. The Claremont Museum of Art is located in the The Claremont Museum of Art hosts Free Family Day on November 5. Free family day will be held on November 5 at the els to Mexico.m. Cole’s exhibition touches upon her many trav. which runs from Claremont Depot at 200 W.m. Its regular hours noon to 4 p. Sotheby’s International Realty and Broadview Mort- gage. .. and $5 for regular admission. an art activity related to the current exhibition. Photo courtesy of CMA Ms.

the spiring energy when you are there. This year’s hon. in. jewelry. Claremont area decades ago. Library of Congress. House. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger cluding paintings. bition honors an artist who was in- volved in the event when it was first ropolitan Museum of Art. Library on Saturday. Zornes’ work can be found in sion. the Fiesta’s main exhi. and the White am happy to be doing my small part tercolor artist who settled in Clare. was primarily a wa. Zornes. bringing together Claremont’s tors. Angeles County Museum of Art. art community. the Los “You can feel an uplifting and in- started in the 1950s. The Fiesta is always a lively occa. a Claremont artist panel of storytellers discussing living in the the Claremont Post Office. and art activities led by students from the ARTstART program. I oree. an exhi- bition and film on Claremont artist Milford Zornes. will fea- ture an outdoor art show with 25 par- ticipating Claremont artists. generation of artists and art apprecia. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 28 Padua Hills Fiesta pays homage to Claremont’s artful history T he Claremont Muse- um of Art will host the 14th annual Pad- ua Hills Art Fiesta at the his- toric Padua Hills Theatre on November 5. Mr. The fiesta. a tradition organized to honor the Padua Hills Players and art moevement in Claremont. live music. in passing on this legacy to the next mont after World War II. Sandra Alfaro was part of the Mexican Players Mr. ago during a panel discussion about the Mexican Players at the Claremont Each year. The artists on display at this year’s will be selling a wide range of art. the Met.” Sumi Foley. tapestries Al Villanueva talks about what it was like growing up in Claremont decades and ceramics. PADUA FIESTA/next page .

making it the longest-run. the theater. Mexican music and dance. Garner became the writer and di. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 29 PADUA FIESTA/from previous page who makes art from silk kimono scraps. and went to great lengths to eled 15000 miles through Central Amer. ica “by airplane. She also sought out Mexican per. The COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger Players performed at the theater from Frank Ornelas shares stories of the Mexican Players at the Claremont Library on Saturday. Ms. Foley has participated in the festi- val since 2015. however. ning theater featuring Mexican-themed musicals in the United States. November 1 at 7 p. Ms. W hen it first opened. the theater was home to the Clare- mont Community Players troupe. Ms. Garner organized the staff as the Mexican Players. It opened in 1930 with funding from the Garner family. who will offer an an evening presentation about the Mexican Players featuring Alma Martinez on 1931 to 1974. catching the attention of Bess Garner. formers to teach the Players authentic preserve its cultural accuracy and au. and afoot in Chiapas. Ms. The event was co-hosted by Claremont Heritage. Garner trav. During the Depression. automobile. Campeche in search of authentic native sicals. Yucatan and rector for the Mexican Players folk mu. when the Community Players became inactive. On the Community Players’ nights off. The Padua Hills Theatre—which will be hosting the fiesta—is also notable on its own. Wednesday. young staff members of Mexi- can descent put on their own shows on the theater’s stage. horseback Ms. PADUA FIESTA/next page . thenticity.m. or Paduanos. is listed on the National Parks Service’s National Reg- ister of Historic Places and was home to the renowned Mexican Players. Garner was highly dedicated to On one trip in 1937.

a new A wine reception will follow the free event. $6 for Claremont Museum of Art mem.m.org. will feature artist Milford Zornes. To compliment the exhi- Auditorium. 1050 N. claremontheritage. a longtime Claremont tinez on Wednesday. Claremont. 4467 Padua Ave. Children under 18 are free. at the Padua Hills watercolor painter and the director of the Padua Hills and talk will take place at the Pitzer College Benson Theatre. The Padua Hills Art Festival takes place Sunday. More information is available at stroll through the beautiful olive groves of the Padua Claremont Heritage will host an evening presenta. The exhibition tion about the Mexican Players featuring Alma Mar. AT RIGHT: A historical photo of The Mexican Play- ers at the Padua Hills Theatre. in Claremont. PADUA FIESTA/from previous page costumes and dances for the Padua Theatre. Claremont COURIER/Village Venture 2017 30 COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger ABOVE: It was standing room only at the Claremont Library on Saturday as the Mexican Players were honored.org or by phone at COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger Visitors can shop for unique original artwork as they and historians who studied the theater. (909)621-0848.m. November 1 at 7 p. Mills Ave.. bers. bition. Hills Theatre at this year’s Art Fiesta. —Marc Rod Connection” will be shown throughout the day. which began Saturday at the Claremont Library with a panel featuring former Mexican Players email at info@claremontheritage. The film November 5 from 11 a.. .m. contact Claremont Heritage by available from Padua Park.” Judy Wright wrote in Claremont: A Pictorial History. C laremont Heritage is hosting a se- ries of events in honor of the Mexican Players. Admission is Art Institute in the late 1950s. to 4 p. A free shuttle is documentary film “Milford Zornes: The Claremont For information. $8 for adults. and sponsored by Curtis Real Estate.

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