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Westmont students majoring in music can now earn a teaching credential alongside their bachelor’s degree. In recent years, the interest in the major has increased exponentially, and the credential “is one more established career option for them,” says Professor Michael Shasberger. For more info, visit


This Tuesday, April 19, from 5-7 p.m., the Chase Palm Park Center (235 E. Cabrillo Blvd.) will host Nature and Healthy Food!, an art exhibition featuring works from more than 200 children in the Adelante Charter School art program. For more info, call 966-7392 x1336.


In conjunction with National Poetry Month, the Mission Poetry Series returns this Sunday, April 17, at 1 p.m. Poets Ellen Chavez Kelley, Richard Jarrette, and Enid Osborn will all read works, and refreshments will be available to attendees. For info and directions, call 682-4713 x133.

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