New month, new beginnings, June was fun with plenty of things to do, so now let’s make July even more interesting and enjoyable for every member of the family. Here’s the list of events you can attend to in the first two weeks of the month:

Fri June 30th

ENCINO – Be at the West Valley Regional Branch Library at 10 am and enjoy a relaxing Friday yoga session for free.

ECHO PARK – Join in for a traditional lunch at the Echo Park Branch Library. Kids and teens ages 5-18 eat lunch for free.

INGLEWOOD – Practice your English in a small group this Friday or maybe refer the event if you have someone who can use a ‘Conversation English Language’ lesson at the Ascot Branch Library starting at 12:00-1:30 pm.

VENICE – After a good, productive week, everyone deserves to relax and start the weekend more energized. And what better way than a free mat pilates lesson at the Abbot Kinney Memorial Branch Library? Be there at 11:30 am.

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.

Sat July 1st

GLENDALE – A great movie, picnic with trucks full of tasty food and live music is what you’ll find at the Brand Library Park in Glendale this Saturday. There will be the screening of The Sandlot and you can reserve your tickets here.

TORRANCE – Botanist Connie Vadheim invites you to delve into the world of dragonflies. Come and learn how to attract them. The event starts at 10 am to noon and you can see more info 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.

Will Rogers State Park – Ryan Gosling fans will have a chance to see his hit movie in combo with good music and delicious food under open skies. There will be the screening of La La Land and you can reserve your tickets here.

DTLA – Join for the free classic Tai Chi class 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 Central Library this Saturday.

DTLA – Contemporary violinist Alan Price performs covers and original works at d’vine lounge bar. The concert starts at 9 pm and you can see more here.

SILVER LAKE – John Scott Clarinet Quintet at the Edendale Up Close Concerts Series. The concert starts at Noon till 1:00 pm and you can see the details here.

SUN July 2nd

WESTWOOD – You never know what you might find at the Hummer Museum. Always full of surprises, and the admission is “pay what you want”, from 11 am to 5 pm.

RESEDA – Join in for the free family film screening at the West Valley Library. The animated KUBO movie starts at 2 pm.

SANTA MONICA – The Museum of Flying is the new kids’ playground! It is opened Every Sunday from 10am-5pm.

BEVERYWOOD – The Robertson Branch Library is organizing free computer lessons this Sunday. On the schedule are the Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2016. You can see more here.

FRI July 7th

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 – Everything But Water is a beachwear show but you can also meet up for refreshments and spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon. You check out more here.

DTLA – Sweetgreen is hiring for numerous positions such as Team Members, Supervisors, and General Managers.  See the specifics and what the job searchers should bring here.

SANTA MONICA – Museum of Flying at Santa Monica Airport will grow your children’s excitement through the roof indeed (and we believe you won’t be able to hide yours too) It is opened Friday through Sunday from 10am-5pm.

VAN NUYS – Join in for the Famous Musicians Bingo at the Van Nuys Branch Library. This time, instead of “B27” or “C8”, you will be looking for the names of famous musicians. You check out more here.

Sat July 8th

CHINATOWN – If you’re looking for some action this weekend you can get one for sure at the street food cinema this Saturday at the Los Angeles State Historic Park (Cornfields). The screening of the movie The Fight Club will take place and I advise you to reserve your tickets here since they are more expensive at the door.

HOLLYWOOD – Attend this Saturday at a concert of the Award-Winning Gregg Young & The 2nd Street Smooth Jazz Band, because nothing can guarantee you a better Saturday mood! See more here.

Syd Kronenthal Park – The Street Food Cinema has something else in store for you in case you aren’t an action movie fan. Singing in the rain has a 65years anniversary and you have an opportunity to celebrate it together with many classic movies lovers. It is starting 8:30, but the doors to the live music show are opening at 5:30. See more details here.

DTLA – In case you missed it! There will be another free classic Tai Chi class by instructor Bill Cheng. With a demonstration and posture practice of 108 classic Tai Chi forms, as well as time for questions and answers at the Central Library this Saturday.

GRIFFITH PARK – Enjoy the unique picnic experience with your family or buddies, because watching movies at home is too mainstream! This Saturday the LA Street Food Cinema except for good music and tasty food is giving you the chance to see Grease. Hurry up and reserve your tickets here.

DTLA – Boogie Nights will be the movie screening this night at the Exposition Park downtown. You can take your friends with you and attend the screening of the movie. Reserve your tickets here.

SUN July 9th

Echo Park Lake – Join the Lotus Flower Festival this Sunday morning starting 5:00 am – 2:00 pm this is the opening day of the festival and it includes food, live music, ethnic dances, and a variety of performers representing the people and culture of Asian and the Pacific Islands. The entrance is free. Check it out here.

HOLLYWOOD – Spend an active Sunday with you family or friends hiking to the Hollywood sign at the proper trails. We suggest going early in the morning since it’s the freshest part of the day and you can avoid the heat. See more information about the trails here.

BEVERYWOOD – The Adult Literacy Book Club invites you to discuss interesting books and improve your knowledge of American Literature. The event starts at 1:30 pm

BEVERYWOOD – The Robertson Branch Library is organizing free computer lessons this Sunday as well. On the schedule are the Fundamentals of OneNote 2016. You can see more here.


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