Fri July 28th

HOLLYWOOD – Gregg Young & The 2nd Street Funk Jazz Band: Attend their show free of charge and start your weekend with the right kind of music. More details here.

DTLALevitt Pavilion Los Angeles Summer Concert Series: Join the Levitt LA lawn to experience the best in free entertainment under the stars with local food and beverage vendors at every concert.

RESEDA – If you are in for some good relaxation after the long week you can attend a gentle yoga class for adults at the West Valley Library. The class starts at 10 am with the certified yoga instructor Janette. See more here.

ORANGE COUNTY – The Orange County Fair is a traditional county fair that showcases the rural side of Orange County, CA right in the city of Costa Mesa. It is organized traditionally every year, and if you want to visit, you can check it right here.

Open Hours: Weekdays noon to midnight, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to midnight, closed Mon-Tues.

Cost: General $12 Wed-Fri, $14 Sat-Sun, Seniors (60+) $7, Youth (6-12) $7, Children 5 and under, active military and veterans with ID are Free.

VENICE – Pilates is one cool way to start the weekend right! The class is for free, starting at 11:30 am with a certified instructor at the Abbot Kinney Memorial Library in Venice. See more here.

SANTA MONICA – ‘Go Back To Where You Are’ By David Greenspan: An exquisitely lyrical and funny play that is equal parts love story and theatrical wit. If you want to see the play find out more on their website.

HOLLYWOOD – Focus Features celebrates the 15th anniversary of spectacular film history at rooftop cinema club. Focus Features’ anniversary will be celebrated with open-air screenings in July of several of the film company’s classic titles at Rooftop Cinema Club locations in Los Angeles. This Friday there will be the screening of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (2011).

For more information please visit: rooftopcinemaclub.com/los-angeles/

Sat July 29th

GRIFFITH PARKBasket weaving is the most prolific and best-known traditional Native art in California.  Join weaver Rose Ann Hamilton (Cahuilla), and learn how to create your own Cahuilla-style coiled basket-medallion.

See more information about the event here.

DTLA – Join for the 2nd annual charity ride benefiting Read to a Child Los Angles this Saturday. Read to a Child helps bridge the literacy gap that exists for thousands of kids through its Lunchtime Reading Program, which brings adult volunteers into low-income elementary schools for read-aloud sessions. Location and time details found here.

ORANGE COUNTY – You cannot miss the carnival rides, livestock shows and exhibits, pig races, vegetable and garden exhibits, and equestrian events, all shown at the Orange County Fair these few weeks.

Open Hours: Weekdays noon to midnight, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to midnight, closed Mon-Tues.

Cost: General $12 Wed-Fri, $14 Sat-Sun, Seniors (60+) $7, Youth (6-12) $7, Children 5 and under, active military and veterans with ID are Free.

SANTA MONICA – Show your community how, even in a short amount of time, we can make a difference. This Saturday we want to provide a small amount of relief while also raising awareness about the extent of homelessness in LA and how, as a community, we can and need to address these issues.  See more information here.

ECHO PARK – Learn to naturally dye, make tassels to embellish with, cut an old t-shirt into a tote bag or tank, and paint the day away on your unwanted clothing. Go to their website link and see how much of your old clothing can you renew and save!

Sun July 30th

DTLA – America’s best female sharpshooter: The Rise And Fall Of Lillian F. Smith. A book signing with Bricklin will follow the presentation. Find out more here.

HOLLYWOOD – Come for a 90-minute yoga session starting at 9.30 am and stay for brunch once you’re finished. Find out more here. Namaste.

HOLLYWOOD – Be part of the Music in Hollywood this Sunday and watch Mamma Mia! See more info at their website.

RESEDA – This Sunday at the West Valley Regional Branch Library, attend a free screening of the movie Florence Foster Jenkins at 2 pm. See more here.

ORANGE COUNTY – This year at the Orange County Fair, there will be home arts and crafts, local youth and adults performing, circus acts, carnival rides, motocross, demolition derby and lots of fair food. Make sure you are there and having a great time with your family and friends!

Open Hours: Weekdays noon to midnight, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to midnight, closed Mon-Tues.

Cost: General $12 Wed-Fri, $14 Sat-Sun, Seniors (60+) $7, Youth (6-12) $7, Children 5 and under, active military and veterans with ID are Free.

Fri August 4th

RESEDA – If you are in for some good relaxation after the long week you can attend a gentle yoga class for adults at the West Valley Library. The class starts at 10 am with the certified yoga instructor Janette. See more here.

SANTA MONICA – Revolver Gallery invites you to experience its collection. It’s a touring exhibition celebrating the iconic artist’s work. The exhibition is coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Andy’s untimely death. Warhol Revisited includes over 200 works of art in the rotation. The exhibition is free to the public (by reservation only). See more information here.

NORTH HOLLYWOOD – The Art Directors Guild Gallery 800 (IATSE, Local 800) presents an exclusive exhibition featuring the personal artwork of Scenic Artists as well as photographs and ephemera that show the everyday working life in scenic departments in film, television, opera, and theater. Check it out here.

ORANGE COUNTY – The traditional Orange County fair continues in the first couple of weeks in August as well. Make sure you don’t miss the fun!

Open Hours: Weekdays noon to midnight, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to midnight, closed Mon-Tues.

Cost: General $12 Wed-Fri, $14 Sat-Sun, Seniors (60+) $7, Youth (6-12) $7, Children 5 and under, active military and veterans with ID are Free.

GLENDALETHE CAKE: A world premiere play from Bekah Brunstetter (NBC’s This Is Us), running this Friday at The Echo Theater Company.

VENICE – Pilates is one cool way to start the weekend right! The class is for free, starting at 11:30 am with a certified instructor at the Abbot Kinney Memorial Library in Venice. See more here.

Sat August 5th

GLENDALE – Take the edge off your week with a bracing tonic of laughter and lunacy! Highlights in this evening of interwoven one-acts and sketches include a liberal journalist working for a right wing news program; an octogenarian stressing about the future of the planet; high-level government leakers in love; and a dry cleaner who might be our next president. What do they all have in common? Find out more at the Welcome To Your Alternative Reality!

DTLA – Attend the free classic Tai Chi classes by instructor Bill Cheng. Each class will include a demonstration and posture practice of 108 classic Tai Chi forms, as well as time for questions and answers at the Arroyo Seco Regional Library this Saturday.

ORANGE COUNTY – Don’t miss the rural side of Orange County, CA right in the city of Costa Mesa. At the fair, there will be many carnival rides, livestock shows and exhibits, home arts and crafts, local youth and adults performing, as well as circus acts, motocross, demolition derby and lots of fair food.

Open Hours: Weekdays noon to midnight, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to midnight, closed Mon-Tues.

Cost: General $12 Wed-Fri, $14 Sat-Sun, Seniors (60+) $7, Youth (6-12) $7, Children 5 and under, active military and veterans with ID are Free.

SANTA MONICA – Revolver Gallery invites you to experience its collection. It’s a touring exhibition celebrating the iconic artist’s work. The exhibition is coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Andy’s untimely death. Warhol Revisited includes over 200 works of art in the rotation. The exhibition is free to the public (by reservation only). See more information here.

NORTH HOLLYWOOD – The Art Directors Guild Gallery 800 (IATSE, Local 800) presents an exclusive exhibition featuring the personal artwork of Scenic Artists as well as photographs and ephemera that show the everyday working life in scenic departments in film, television, opera, and theater. Check it out here.

MID-VALLEY – Spend an active Saturday morning with ZUMBA! Lessons at the Mid-Valley Regional Library. Starting at 9:30 am everyone’s welcome for an hour of dancing with Lula. Check out more here.

Sun August 6th

BEVERLYWOOD – The Robertson Branch Library is organizing free computer lessons this Sunday. On the schedule are Internet Basics. You can see more here.

ORANGE COUNTY – How about some rural fun, going back to the roots and being part of many fun activities like carnival rides, circus acts motocross, demolition derby and lots of fair food. Sounds great? That’s ‘cos it is! The Orange County Fair continues this weekend, so don’t miss the fun!

Open Hours: Weekdays noon to midnight, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to midnight, closed Mon-Tues.

Cost: General $12 Wed-Fri, $14 Sat-Sun, Seniors (60+) $7, Youth (6-12) $7, Children 5 and under, active military and veterans with ID are Free.

SHERMAN OAKSIt’s Only Lipstick is acclaimed actress Claudia DiMartino’s inspiring, heartwarming and hysterical story of surviving the dysfunction of an Italian-American family in Brooklyn to weathering the instability of being a marketing executive in the beauty industry in corporate America. See more information here.

GLENDALETHE CAKE: A world premiere play from Bekah Brunstetter (NBC’s This Is Us), running this Sunday as well, at The Echo Theater


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