CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1993 |
The bear and the rabbit ran wild. Nearby, a young boy beat his drum. Another stood ready to cast his net. The hunt was on. And probably because it took place in a somewhat cramped corner of the La Palma Branch Library on Wednesday afternoon, the hunt lasted only about 30 seconds. The brief scene, used to demonstrate hunting techniques, was part of a free program to teach children about American Indian lifestyles and customs from centuries ago.