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Sunday, Sept. 19

3-5 p.m. In its first post-pandemic event, the San Clemente Historical Society will present an update on the Miramar Theater/Bowling Center project that is underway in North Beach. The development group and Jonathan Lightfoot, the city’s economic development officer, will update the community on how the historic restoration is going and what challenges have been encountered. The program is free and open to everyone. San Clemente Community Center, 100 Calle Seville, San Clemente. 949.492.9684.

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