We have a new neighbor in the Santa Monica Mountains. On April 23, National Park Service biologists captured and radio-collared a 210-pound black bear in…
The Water Babies. A Zoom production for the entire family. Join the Topanga Actors Company for this imaginative and beautiful adaptation of Charles Kingsley’s classic children’s story The Water Babies, originally written in 1862. “Fairies, sea creatures, wise women, and a chimney sweep called Tom all come to life in this adaptation for Zoom, which features a cast of children and adults that includes favorite actors from past TAC productions. Free entertainment for adults, children, and the whole family.”
Two performances only: Saturday, December 19, 4 p.m. and Sunday, December 20, 4 p.m. Link to performances: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86813675846
Theatricum Sing-Along. Gather ’round for a traditional carol sing-along live from the Theatricum Botanicum theater. This free event also features the screening of a rare holiday interview with Theatricum Founder Will Geer. Audience members who make a donation will receive access to a radio play performance by Theatricum company members of Leo Tolstoy’s “What Men Live By.” This is a great opportunity to come together for the holidays without leaving home and supporting one of Topanga’s most cherished organizations. https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=119094
Sages Annual Holiday Dinner. Every year the Canyon Sages come together for a communal holiday meal that is one of the highlights of the season. The community event has been canceled due to the coronavirus crisis, but the festive meal will still be prepared for Sages to enjoy at home.
The dinner will be prepared by Kristina Rocco-Levy at Rocco’s Cucina in Pacific Palisades, with luscious desserts made by Karen Dannenbaum. Meals will be delivered on December 23 by Topanga Community Center volunteers. The event is made possible by support from TCC, support from Sotheby’s Real Estate, and the many volunteers and patrons who have given their time and financial support during this challenging time.
“We won’t be seeing you in person this year, but you are in our hearts and thoughts. Wishing you a happy holiday season, and may we all be able to see each other again in 2021!”
For more information, and to sign up or donate, visit www.topangacommunitycenter.com
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