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23 Elephants Theatre Company offers singing, dance, and acting instruction, and puts on plays for young people, ages five to 20. The summer 2018 productions were “Alice in Wonderland” and “Into the Woods” at Redwood High School’s Little Theater in Larkspur.

Cast members from “Into the Woods” (top) and “Alice in Wonderland” (bottom) took to the stage in July for multiple performances of each show. 23 Elephants Theatre Company will hold auditions in Aug, and Sept. for its Fall/Winter productions of “Les Miserables,” “Wizard of Oz” and “42nd Street.”  -Photos by Pat Adams

Native American poets read their poems to an audience at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato on June 24. The readings focused on the award-winning anthology “Red Indian Road West: Native American Poetry from California,” edited by Kurt Schweigman and Lucille Land Day. Pictured (from left) are poets Alison Hart (Passamaquoddy), Lucille Lang Day (Wampanoag), and Dave Holt (Ojibwe). The Sept. 15 Trade Feast at Miwok Park in Novato, open to the public,  will cap off the museum’s year long 50th anniversay.  -Photo courtesy of the Museum of the American Indian

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