THIS WEEKEND: Food Truck Madness, Jason Bateman, Shane's Inspiration, Book Sale, Guru Fever, Music for Good

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COMPILED BY KAREN YOUNG

More food truck madness, Jason Bateman, holiday shopping from home, used books, guru guidance and some good music for a cause wraps up this weekend in the 818.

AGOURA MUNCH MADNESS: Got the Munchies? Get ready for Agoura Munch Madness, the ultimate gourmet-goes-mobile experience, where more than a dozen of LA’s top food trucks commune for fantastic eats, with all day live entertainment, contests, and a holiday boutique Saturday, November 13  from 11am to 5pm at Agoura High School. Admission is  $5 online in advance or $7 at the gate (kids 4 & under free). Food truck tastes are sold separately, ranging from $2 to $5. Proceeds benefit the Agoura High School’s International Bacculaureate Program. The outdoor stage will feature live music throughout the day. Don’t miss the “Munch & Crunch” contest (prizes awarded for the fastest devouring sans use of hands or utensils) or the  holiday boutique featuring a wonderful collection of originals and gift items such as jewelry, skin care products, stationary, accessories, clothing, and more.  Agoura High School 28545 Driver Avenue, Agoura For more information and to purchase tickets in advance with a $2 discount, visit www.agouramunchmadness.com

HOLIDAY SHOPPING FOR A CAUSE:  You don’t have to leave your house to Shop for Shane’s Inspiration at their Holiday Online Auction which runs through Monday, November 22. To shop, go to www.giftberry.org/shanesinspiration. Browse through the list on the right side of the screen. To see more details or to bid, just click on the item! One-of-a-Kind gifts include an exclusive VIP Tour of the Walt Disney Studio Production of “Phineas and Ferb,” an autographed David LaChapelle “Heaven to Hell” Book, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” VIP Tickets, Tickets to “Randy Jackson Presents: America’s Best Dance Crew” Tickets,  a YingFa Swimsuit, and a beautiful Hugo Boss Suit. Restaurants include: Lala’s, Saddle Peak Lodge, Maggiano’s, Mike & Anne’s, Pitfire Artisan Pizza, Cheesecake Factory, Hamburger Hamlet, Casa Vega, Colori Kitchen, Zach’s Italian Café, Paradise Cove Beach Café and more! Plus gift certificates to K Chocolatier, B.R. Cohn Winery, and Callaway Vineyard & Winery. Look great with gift certificates for Elizabeth Skin Care Hydro Facial, Naya Fresh Body Spa, or Dr. Palmer Botox Treatment. Get fit with workouts at Bikram’s Yoga, Cardio Barre, Heal and Soul Yoga & Wellness Center, Yoga Blend, or Curves. Shop early for the kids’ holiday gifts too!

BOOKS ARE YOUR FRIENDS: The Friends of the Encino-Tarzana branch of the Los Angeles Public Library will be holding their Used Book Sale on Friday, November 12 and Saturday, November 13 rom 10 am to 5 pm. There will be a broad selection of fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, cds, dvds and audio books — all at bargain prices. 18231 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana, CA 91356. 818-343-1983.

GET YOUR GURU ON: Satsang with Babaji, or as he is also known, Baba Harihar Ramji, on Saturday, November 13  from 4:pm – 6:30pm at InYoga Center in North Hollywood. In Sanskrit, the word satsang means “in the company of truth.” Hailing from an ancient lineage of teachers of Aghor Yoga in India, Babaji leads students in sadhana (spiritual practice) and seva (selfless service); he says they are the two bookends of a meaningful life.  Babaji bridges ancient, sacred teachings with modern life, in a practical “real world” way. Babaji will give a talk and answer questions about personal experiences with yoga, meditation and spiritual awareness.   Babaji rarely visits Los Angeles, spending most of his time at Sonoma Ashram in Northern California, and in India, working with his Aghor Foundation, which supports social initiatives, primarily for women and children in need of housing, food, education and healthcare. RSVP to kelly@inyogacenter.com

4GOOD is BRINGING BACK THE MUSIC : 4Good continues its altruistic vision of volunteering and giving back on Saturday, November 13 from 2:30pm – 4:30pm at Flappers Comedy Club in  Burbank (102 East Magnolia, Burbank CA 91502  818-845-9721). It’s a Family Friendly Charitable Concert & Musical Instrument Collection Drive in partnership with  Join the Band (JTB) and benefiting Education Through Music – Los Angeles (ETM). JTB bands and some very talented ETM-LA kids perform.  ETM teaches of under-served kids in Los Angeles.  With great music and bands, it’s a fun filled event for a great cause! Tickets are $15 per person. Interested in volunteering for the event? Volunteer with your kids and get involved! Find out more information about tickets, details, and ways to help!   – http://eepurl.com/_qCg

“JASON BATEMAN THINKS I’M DEAD”: A humorous documentary film written, produced and directed by Serrania alumnae/Emmy nominated writer Amy Keating Rogers. SYNOPSIS: Back in 1978, Jason Bateman (yes, THE Jason Bateman) kissed Amy Keating. Years later he thought she was dead not once, but twice. So in 2008, Amy went on a quest to find Jason to tell him that she is still alive. FYI…Bateman IS in the movie. Saturday, November 13, 7- pm Serrania Avenue Elementary 5014 Serrania Avenue Woodland Hills 91364 School Auditorium Ticket price: $10 per person; available at the door. Drinks/food will also be available for purchase. ADULTS ONLY, no kidsTicket price is $10 per person, available at the door. Snacks will also be available.

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