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Must-Do Events This Week in Santa Monica

Public events this week include a talk on over-development in the city and a forum for City Council candidates to address questions about the future of the Santa Monica Airport.

For more events happening in Santa Monica this week, check out our community calendar. If we're missing a local activity, don't be shy, !

SANTA MONICA COALITION FOR A LIVABLE CITY TO TALK 'TSUNAMI OF DEVELOPMENT'
Where/When: ; 7-9 p.m. Monday
Why go: Diana Gordon, co-chair of Santa Monica Coalition for a Livable City, will speak about the "tsunami" of new development projects planned in Santa Monica. The talk will take place during the regular, public meeting of the North of Montana Neighborhood Association.
Pricing: Free

CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES FORUM: SANTA MONICA AIRPORT
Where/When: Santa Monica Business Park, 3250 Ocean Park Blvd., Suite 160; 6 p.m. Thursday
Why go: Concerned Residents Against Airport Pollution hosts its fifth annual forum for the candidates vying for four open seats on the City Council. Questions will help voters assess candidates' views about the future of the 227-acre airport campus.
Pricing: Free


Where/When: , 2525 Michigan Ave; 7-9 p.m. Friday
Why go: A public opening will introduce three new exhibits taking up residency this fall at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, including sculptures by conceptual artist Michael Queenland and Kianja Strobert and seminal drawings by Agnes Denes.
Pricing: Free

ONE-STOP DISASTER PREP SHOP
Where/When: ; 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday
Why go: Add supplies to your disaster-preparedness kit or get a new kit for your car, work, or loved ones (even pets). Plus, city staffers will answer questions and provide advice about disaster readiness.
Pricing: Free

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