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Pencil This In: Silver Lake Weekend Funraiser, Open House Theater, Edgemar's One-Act Festival

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There's an opening reception tomorrow at Leslie Sacks Fine Art for a show featuring artists Shane Guffogg and Jon Krawczyk. | Above: Guffogg's At the Still Point #4, 2009
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Edgemar Theatre Group resents Acts on the Edge, the company's first one-act festival, beginning tonight at 8 pm at the Edgmar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica. The festival features a dozen innovative pieces selected from more than 800 playwrights from around the world, with six one-acts performed each evening. Tickets: $15.

Silver Lake bans together this weekend to raise awareness and funds for Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic and its newly refurbished HSFC Thrift Store (aka Berda Paradise Beloved Thrift Store. There are lots of activities planned for today through Sunday along Sunset (between Edgecliff Dr. and Silver Lake Blvd.) to celebrate the thrift store's reopening. Tonight there's an open house at Body Bar Spa at 6pm and a party at Tarasco’s Mexican Restaurant at 7pm. There's the launch of lifestyle store Mercado’s “designer market” annex (Saturday, 12pm); a bingo party at furniture boutique Living Room (Saturday, 7pm) and a closing-night party at Where: Meet Mix Mogul (Sunday, 5pm). Parking is available over the weekend at Micheltorena Elementary for a $2 donation.