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Double Your Pleasure With Beach Outings

July 25, 1987|ANNE Z. COOKE

For a double-header beach treat in the Malibu and Trancas areas this Sunday, pack your beach gear and hop in the car.

The Malibu World Cup Ocean Festival, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Zuma Beach, 10 miles west of Malibu; and the 16th annual Malibu Arts Festival, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Malibu Civic Center, are free.

Experience suggests an early start. The Ocean Festival, a premiere sports competition for athletes and lifeguards, was attended by more than 20,000 last year.

Olympians, national champions and all-Americans will compete in an Amateur Athletic Union Masters swim, a three-lap dory race, and relay races. A sand-castle-building contest will be judged at 1 p.m. Beach concession stands sell picnic food.

The Malibu Arts Festival (open Saturday also) has signed 190 artists and craftsmen--potters, painters, leather workers, wood carvers, furniture makers and weavers--who will be selling and demonstrating their wares in the Malibu Civic Center.

The center is one block east of the traffic light at Pacific Coast Highway and Cross Creek Road. Hot and cold dishes and home-baked pastries are available; a pancake breakfast starts both days off.

Malibu has free parking; early birds at Zuma can park in the beach lot for $4. Latecomers can park along Pacific Coast Highway.

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