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Searching Impressions of Life - the art and passion of Guido Frazzini

Saturday, August 01, 2015
12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Type:
Corina Roberts
805 217 0364
P.O. Box 702 Simi CA 93062
Location Details:
Chilao School, Angeles National Forest
HC 1 Box 11 Angeles Crest Highway
Angeles National Forest, CA 91011

Searching Impressions of Life - Saturday, August 1 2015 - Searching Impressions of Life - the photography and passion of Guido Frazzini

Italian photographer Guido Frazzini shares his vision of all things great and small in a free presentation which welcomes the public

Guido’s subjects include tiny birds and mountain ranges, indigenous cultures and extreme sports, and many points in between. Despite his talent, Guido is very humble and considers himself forever a student. Many of his admirers are fellow photographers.

Sharing some of his recent exploits, including the pursuit of eagles in the Swiss alps, Guido’s presentation will be accompanied by refreshments and fresh air. The program takes place at Chilao School in the heart of the Angeles National Forest, and begins at noon.

Visitors are welcome to spend a few hours, or stay the weekend. The school compound will be open for camping. Accommodations include a sixteen foot plains style Native American tipi, as well as the school itself. Bring-your-own motorhome/camping trailer/camper/tent guests are also welcome.

In addition to Guido’s presentation, USFS Chilao Visitors Center will have activities going on throughout the day and into the night, with their second full moon hike taking place at dusk. Departing from the Visitors’ Center, this hike seeks to emerge from the woods onto an open mountain slope in time to witness the spectacular rise of the moon, Moyla as it is known in the Kumeyaay Native American language.

This program is free and welcomes the public. Service animals and canine companions are welcome.

To reach Chilao School, take the 210 Freeway to Angeles Crest Highway (Highway 2 north). Proceed 26 miles to Chilao Campground, turn left and follow the red and white Redbird/Chilao School signs through the campground. For more information about Redbird and Chilao School please visit Redbird’s website:

or the Chilao School Facebook event page at
Added to the calendar on Wed, Jul 22, 2015 3:53PM
by Corina Roberts
by Corina Roberts
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