October 12th, Topanga Library Performance


The Topanga Library will hold a launch party for the Topanga Digital History,
a community based history project. The event will feature live entertainment from Susan Lovell and the Topanga Canyon Band, previews of the collection, and a chance to meet those that participated in the project.

Janet Crouch Shulman and I will be performing on the terrace, she on her gorgeous cello, myself with guitar and voice.  This is a fun event showcasing the “pioneers of the Canyon” on a new video for the library website, and is from 2-4 p.m.  Come and enjoy refreshments, music and learn more about our Topanga history, from the Mexican land grants to our Theatricum!!   Hope to see you there!

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