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Saturday, March 18Embrace Balance. Creativity Retreat Day for Women with arts facilitator Sandra Mueller and Rosemary Alden, MA, MFT. Saturday, 9am-4pm, includes labyrinth walk, artmaking, meditation and journaling. Retreat will be held at the Malibu Canyon Labyrinth – all art materials and gourmet lunch provided. No prior art or labyrinth experience required. Reservations at 310.459.1948. Democrats Sponsor March 18 Candidates Forum for State Assembly and State Senate Candidates, 1-4pm, Venice Center for Peace with Justice and The Arts, 2210 Lincoln Blvd., 310.305.9660.Community Sing-Along at the Fairview Branch Library, with children’s music artist Jacki Breger and band members Ross Levinson, Dan Levitt, Dennis O’Hanlon and Fred Sokolow. 2:30pm, 310.458-0443 or visit the Library’s web site at Evening, hosting poets Matthew Mars and Amelie Frank, Church in Ocean Park, 235 Hill St., sliding scale fee, 310.452.7953.World Peace Day for the whole family at City of Angels Church of Religious Science, 5550 Grosvenor Blvd., LA., 8:45am-2pm, 310.453.2630.Sunday, March 19Walking the Labyrinth, an ancient meditation tool used for centering and prayer. 10:30am-12pm, (last entry at 11:15am), also 2pm-4:30pm (last entry at 3:45pm), First United Methodist Church, 1008-11th St. Santa Monica, 310.393.8258.Sid Fleischman’s the Great Horn Spoon at the Santa Monica Public Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd., 2pm. The book has been adapted for the stage by its author, Santa Monica resident and Newbery Medalist Sid Fleischman, who will be present for a Q & A session following the performance. or or call the Youth Services Department at 310. 458-8621.Anti-war march from the Westwood Federal Building to the Santa Monica Pier. Gather at 12:30pm in Westwood; march begins at 1pm and will pass the VA hospital and cemetery, onto the Third Street Promenade and end at Arlington West.Tuesday, March 21Detoxification: The Key to Vibrant Health, healing the body naturally, 11:30a.m-12:30pm, Santa Monica Family YMCA, 1332 Sixth St., 310.393.2721.Passover Story-time for children with Chabad of Brentwood, 4pm in the community room, free, 310.575.8273.Wednesday, March 22800 Years of Mongolia – A free in-store presentation about Mongolia by writer and photographer Mark Humphrey. California Map & Travel Center, 3312 Pico Blvd., SM, 310.396.6277.The Limits of the Executive Authority, WomenFor, the oldest women’s political action committee in Los Angeles, presents the first of its 2006 politics and education luncheon meetings “The Limits on Executive Authority” – wireless surveillance… presidential powers… detention and torture…violations of Article 2 of the Constitution. 11:30am-pm, $15.00. Includes Box Lunch. The Village Church, 343 Church Lane, Brentwood, 310.657.7411.

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