In the 1920’s & 30’s, Temescal Canyon in the Pacific Palisades was home to the largest independent Chautauqua in the nation, which featured music, art, science, & religious programming under the canopy of oaks & beside the stream…Ocotber 25th, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservation Authority & Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority will present the seventh program in the new Chautauqua series, "Mountain Lions in Los Angeles," a lecture by National Park Service wildlife biologist Dr. Ray Sauvajot. This free program will be held at Temescal Gateway Park in the Temescal Dining Hall at 7:30pm. Parking’s free. For more information, phone (310)454-1395, extension 106. Or, listen Friday’s at 7:10am for Wendy Langhans of the MRCA on Your Hometown Station, AM-1220, KHTS.