Climate Vulnerability Assessment Community Survey | Pacific Palisades
Community members over the age of 18 who live and/or work in the greater Santa Monica Mountains region—including Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Topanga, Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village and Hidden Hills—are invited to complete a Climate Vulnerability Assessment Community Survey, conducted by the Resilient Santa Monica Mountains Project.
The project, which is supported by Resilient Palisades, is a community-based effort led by Malibu Foundation focused on providing a Climate Vulnerability Assessment, community asset inventory and needs-gap analysis for Wildland-Urban Interface communities.
The result of the project will be an actionable report with recommendations to increase the region’s resilience to the shocks and stressors of climate change.
A key detail of the project is implementation of an anonymous CVA Survey, which offers the opportunity to document individual, social and structural capacities, and challenges to living in the local WUI regions.
Individuals who complete the survey have the option to enter a raffle for a chance to win a $100 certificate to a local restaurant. Ten certificates will be raffled after the survey is closed.
The deadline for participation is Wednesday, March 31.
Springtime Festivities | Palisades Village
Easter and springtime festivities are underway at Palisades Village, and community members are invited to participate.
Now through Sunday, April 4, Palisades Village will be adorned with Easter decorations and spring-themed backdrops with exclusive offerings in food, fashion and more.
An interactive Easter Egg Hunt will be featured on property-specific Instagram channels, highlighting a selection of tenants’ exclusive spring products, promotions and surprises.
Guests are also invited to participate in a Willy Wonka-inspired spending incentive, where shoppers who spend over $500 in a single day can present their receipt to the concierge and receive a complimentary chocolate bunny made by French pastry chef Fabrice Benezit. A select few will have a “golden ticket” inside, redeemable for a private dinner for four of their choice at Americana at Brand, the Grove or Palisades Village.
Spring photo installations went live Monday, March 15, and guests are encouraged to post their photos to social media for the opportunity to win prizes, including complimentary parking, discounts and more.
“T R E E : A 14-Year Love Affair” | Topanga
Topanga Canyon Gallery presents a solo show of Don Holtz’s Photography: “T R E E : A 14-Year Love Affair,” open to the public Thursday, March 25, through Sunday, April 11. An opening reception is planned for Saturday, April 3 between 12 and 8 p.m.
“Don has been using high-resolution cameras to create large archival pigment prints that tell a story of his relationship with an oak tree that’s been on this planet for at least 500 years, the last 14 of which he’s been lucky enough to have shared daily visits,” according to the gallery. “Feelings of joy, loneliness, elation and grief have all been brought to her feet, and it’s all evident in these detailed and emotionally rich images.”
Topanga Canyon Gallery is located at 120 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd in Suite 109.
To view or purchase from the collection “T R E E : A 14-Year Love Affair,” visit topangacanyongallery.com.
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