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New Chumash Village Opening Saturday at Creekside Park

Authentic-looking Chumash huts art part of the new permanent exhibit.

The presents a on Saturday to celebrate the opening of the new Chumash Village in Calabasas Creek Park, next to the and the

Listen to Native American singers and storytellers and enjoy cultural displays and Native American vendors.

Entertainment & Guests: Alfred Mazza and Graywolf, Chumash Indian Museum; Gil and Jay Unzueta, Chumash; Chumash Steve Villa and the Birdsingers, Ted Garcia and Alan Salazar, Chumash Storytellers; Rosemary Castillo, Chumash jewelry artist.

The Chumash Village is a permanent exhibit and will part of school tours. Admission: Members, $3 adults, $1 children under 12; non-members, $5 adults, $3 children. For more information: 818-222-6511 or www.leonisadobemuseum.org.

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