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‘Those Were the Daze’ discussed at Glen Ellen Historical Society

Hunter S. Thompson is one of many former and current Glen Ellen residents who could be discussed at "Those Were the Daze."

Hunter S. Thompson is one of many former and current Glen Ellen residents who could be discussed at "Those Were the Daze."

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Hear the stories of yesteryear on Saturday, Nov. 2, when the Glen Ellen Historical Society presents its next installment of the popular series of Saturday afternoon programs on the heritage and legacy of the Valley of the Moon.

Titled “Those Were the Daze, My Friend: From Londonside Lodge to the Rustic Inn” it will feature a rambling and far-ranging conversation with live music by Those Who Were There, all about what can be remembered of the Valley scene during the ’60s and ’70s.

It will take all place at the Old Grist Mill in Jack London Village, at 14301 Arnold Drive, at 2 p.m.

Taking part will be many surviving veterans of the day such as Tommy Thomsen, Steve Kahn, Hugh Shacklett, Diamond Jim Corbett, Judy Williams, Tim Dixon, Tobi Smith, Yvonne Giambrone-Martin, Larry Brookins and Jeffrey Norman. Guests are invited to bring their own tales to tell.

There will be a no-host buffet as well as a beer and wine bar.

The program will include live music from the times, and names from the past that could be brought up include Alex Horn, Chef Cardini, Rita Booth, Jack Coffee, Hunter S. Thompson and Juanita Musson.

As always there is no charge, although donations and membership to the Glen Ellen Historical Society are encouraged.