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Summer's not over, so it's time to play! Calendar August 23 to 31

Summer's not over, so it's time to play! Calendar August 23 to 31

WORKING FOR THE COMMON GOOD: Claremont Presbyterian Church, at 1111 N. Mountain Ave., Claremont, hosts a Jazz Vespers event Sunday at 6 p.m. The theme is Working for the Common Good. “’Work’ and ‘labor’ are not our favorite words,” read a press release. “And yet, when we say, ‘labor of love’ or ‘working for the common good,’ our perspective changes. All our work is rooted in some higher goal: family, community, social justice, environment, beauty, peace.

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Summer fun still not over! 9-DAY calendar, August 16 to 24

Summer fun still not over! 9-DAY calendar, August 16 to 24

LENNEAR CELEBRATES ASH GROVE: On Saturday, August 17 Claremont’s Claudia Lennear will join The New Ash Grove Players in celebrating 60 years of music and activism from the legendary Hollywood music venue the Ash Grove, which from 1958 to 1973 brought giants like Muddy Waters, Kris Kristofferson, Howlin’ Wolf, Son House, Johnny Cash, Lenny Bruce, Linda Ronstadt, Charles Bukowski, Ry Cooder, Chuck Berry, Jackson Browne and Lightnin’ Hopkins, among countless others

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COURIER's 9-day summer calendar: August 9-17

COURIER's 9-day summer calendar: August 9-17

‘THE MUPPET MOVIE’ IN THE GARDEN Claremont’s Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, at 1500 N. College Ave., continues its Cinema Botanica: Movies in the Garden, series with the G-rated The Muppet Movie on Friday, August 16. The family friendly film series runs from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. every Friday evening in August. The films will be shown in the California Courtyard.

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New month, new events, new attitude! The 9-day August 2-10

New month, new events, new attitude! The 9-day August 2-10

THE SAN GABRIELS: THEN AND NOW: Sustainable Claremont hosts a free and open to the public Monday, August 5 dialog, “Home Ground: The San Gabriels in the Anthropocene,” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Hahn Building, Room 101, 420 N. Harvard Ave., Claremont. In 1877, Sierra Club founder John Muir said that the rugged San Gabriel Mountains were “full of hidden beauty.” But over the last century much has changed.

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