Cause for Creativity: Tour da Arts, Volume 3

Cause for Creativity: Tour da Arts, Volume 3
When: Sunday, August 21
Where: Santa Monica Museum of Art

Beat the pump, cycle the town, and enjoy Santa Monica’s sights and sounds! Check out the schedule. Pre-registration strongly recommended. More info.

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