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TODAY

FESTIVAL OF ARTS CERAMICISTS SHOW AT WELLS FARGO

An exhibit focusing on the art of ceramics by Festival of Arts

exhibitors is being presented at the Wells Fargo on Ocean Avenue. The

exhibit offers the diverse work of Monica Dunham, Denise Ford, Walter

Reiss, Greg Riley, Jay Sampson, Fred Stodder and Scott Young. The

exhibit will run through May 5 and is part of an ongoing series of

shows that the Festival of Arts is having at Wells Fargo this year.

'FOOTLOOSE'

Laguna Beach High performing arts department presents the Broadway

musical "Footloose" today and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The production is

directed by Mark Dressler, choreographed by Tod. A. Kubo, Roxana Ward

is the musical director and Wade Hendricks is the instrumental

director. The performances are in the Artists' Theatre lat 625 Park

Ave. Tickets; $10 to $15 for adults, $8 for students. Information:

497-7769.

FAMILY SING ALONG

Every fourth Friday of the month from 6 to 9 p.m. No Square

Theatre will have a family sing along with the renowned Terry Alaric

on piano. Show tunes and standards are encouraged for live piano

accompaniment. Participants can bring their own sheet music or choose

from what is provided. No Square Theatre is at 221 Broadway.

ICON GRACE SLICK AT FINGERHUT GALLERY

Rock 'n' roll icon Grace Slick's art is on exhibit now through

April 12, her second exhibit at Fingerhut Gallery. Slick's work

includes intense and colorful portraits of rock icons such as Jerry

Garcia, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, delicate sketches

and her 'Alice in Wonderland' series. The show will run through April

12. The Gallery is at 210-A Forest Ave. Information: 376-6410.

A TASTE OF WINE

Wine tasting takes place every Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. at Len's

Wine Cite. Different wines will be sampled each week. Len's is at 303

Broadway in Broadway Plaza. For information, call 376-2215.

POETRY MEETING

Laguna Poets meet at 8 p.m. Fridays on the third floor of Wells

Fargo Bank at 260 Ocean Ave. Bring poems to this free evening of

poetry sharing and reading.

SATURDAY

SAWDUST ART FESTIVAL'S 12th ANNUAL "ART WALK STUDIO TOUR"

Today and Saturday tour the private studios and homes of 40 of

some of Laguna's most accomplished artists. Tours begin at the

Sawdust with continuous shuttles throughout both days. Tickets are

$55 for a weekend pass, $45 for a single day or $40 for seniors and

students and includes all studio tours, shuttle, morning

refreshments, afternoon receptions and entertainment. Information of

tickets: 494-4030 or online at www.sawdustartfestival.org.

CALIFORNIA CHOREOGRAPHERS DANCE FESTIVAL

The California Choreographers Dance Festival will offer a free

concert at the Sawdust Festival at 935 Laguna Canyon Road. It's a new

choreographic work by Eric Kupers, performed by Dandelion

Dancetheatre. It starts at 5:30 p.m. and is free. Information:

497-8032.

LAGUNA HOMEGROWN SURF ART EXHIBIT

An exhibit themed Laguna Homegrown Surf Art opened Saturday at the

Surf Gallery at 911 South Coast Highway. Dennis McTighe and other

artists like Bill Ogden, John Chaney, Pat Tobin, Donita Lloyd, Ryan

Gourley, Frog, Sly Dog, Marcel and others will be on exhibit through

April 19. Information: 376-9115.

LATIN JAZZ AND DANCING

Romeo Cucina will feature Latin jazz and dancing with Ivan

Marcello and his band. The fun starts at 8 p.m. Romeo Cucina is

located at 249 Broadway. Information: 497-6627.

CRYSTAL COVE HIKES

Crystal Cove backcountry hikes today and Saturday. Meet at the

flag pole at the El Moro State Park visitor's center. Information:

497-7647.

SUNDAY

FREE CONCERT AT THE LAGUNA COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN

Laguna College of Art and Design is having its "First Sundays"

free concert with Laguna Beach Live! featuring Eric Kinsley,

harpsichordist. The concert is from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at 2222 Laguna

Canyon Road. Information: 376-6000.

'WHITENESS, A WAYWARD CONSTRUCTION' AT LAM

The new exhibit "Whiteness, A Wayward Construction" at the Laguna

Art Museum is a group exhibition of 28 individual artists and

collaborative teams working in various media, who explore

representations of whiteness. The underlying assumption of the

exhibit is that everyone in the United States is constructed in the

political imagination as a racial subject. The exhibit is curated by

Tyler Stallings. Laguna Art Museum is located at 307 Cliff Drive.

Information: 494-8971 or online at www.lagunaartmuseum.org.

MARINE ROOM

Missiles of October, a Laguna-based band, will perform from 4 to 8

p.m. at the Marine Room. The Marine Room is at 214 Ocean Ave.

Information: 494-3027.

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