Rosie Cadman - Longtime Local

The longer you live in Avalon the more you become aware of the unique and wonderful people that are your friends and neighbors.  Some of these individuals are especially unique for you know that they must have wings or a halo somewhere, for they truly are angels on earth.
 

Lolo Saldana, an Avalon Treasure

Lolo Saldana is an Avalon treasure. For the past 60 years he has run the local barber shop in the Island Plaza. Lolo’s is an island tradition, a place to gather and chat while waiting for your haircut and learning the latest Avalon news. Every kid in town knows that Lolo is always ready to give them a piece of bubblegum or candy when they stop in to say hello.

Island Spa Catalina

As construction continues on the former El Encanto building, the new destination spa is beginning to emerge and is due to open early summer. As with any eighty-two year old building, as the remodel progresses, some construction issues are beginning to pop up that need to be addressed. Most of these issues were anticipated, some were not. The main focus has been on the replacement of portions of the foundation in the entry tower.

Catalina Island Weddings

Romance is in full bloom this spring on Catalina Island! Spectacular views, a calm setting and a variety of venues to choose from ensure that couples and their guests have an experience to remember. Santa Catalina Island Company’s team of skilled wedding planners make it their priority to plan dream weddings and guide each step of the planning process from choosing the perfect location to planning an exciting weekend for wedding guests.

Zip Away to Catalina

Looking for a quick and easy getaway from southern California that leaves room for plenty of thrills? Then look no further than Santa Catalina Island Company’s zip line, offering adrenaline junkies an exotic experience just 26 miles away from Los Angeles. Guests are invited to propel down five separate zip stations dropping from 500 feet to 600 feet above sea level, with one stage that is up to 1,100 feet long!

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