CALENDAR: Film Festival, food, spring sing, big yard sale

FILM FESTIVAL FUN The ninth annual Claremont Film Festival (mountain in movie Meru right), continues today through Sunday at the Laemmle 5 Theatre, 415 W. Second St. Screening tonight are Following the Ninth, a documentary about the global impact of Beethoven’s final symphony, and Love and Justice: In the Footsteps of Beethoven’s Rebel Opera, which explores the composer’s opera Fidelio, and its themes of love, justice, and a courageous woman’s fight for freedom in the face of tyranny.

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CALENDAR: OLA fiesta, E-waste disposal, love your mother (yes!)

OLA FIESTA KICKS OFF The 70th annual OLA Fiesta at Our Lady of the Assumption Church returns to Claremont today, tomorrow and Sunday. The event at OLA, 435 Berkeley Ave., attracts some 15,000 visitors to its international food booths, carnival rides and live entertainment. Headliners for Friday are The ACE Band, Satisfaction Unlimited tops the bill on Saturday and Johnny Starr and the Galaxy close out the festival on Sunday.

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CALENDAR: Cinco de Mayo, garden birds, family day, concerts

ORALÉ! It’s Cinco de Mayo, a day wherein Americans drink tequila and eat Mexican food or, in my house: Friday. The Mexican holiday commemorates its army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. A solemn event in Mexico, with military parades and the like, it’s a less reverential affair here in America.

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CALENDAR: Scripps events, yard sale, CGU artists, train rides

SCRIPPS FACULTY/STUDENT EVENTS Scripps College presents its Faculty-Student Research Collaboration from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at Humanities Auditorium, 1030 Columbia Ave., Claremont. Scripps faculty and students from diverse fields will discuss their work together and students will present their research.

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