Looking for something fun to do this weekend in the San Fernando Valley and surrounding Los Angeles areas?  Here’s a few ideas that might pique your interest!

Fri June 20th

Hollywood- If you are looking to see all the party scenes in one night, join the LA Club Crawl because that is the place to do it.  Meet at the Pig n’ Whistle and have a great time.

Malibu- Skip the waves and catch some pigskin – the Malibu Football Clinic is starting up again.  It will be held on Malibu High’s upper field from 10am-12pm. Rick Hunley former NFL linebacker will be on hand to check out the future talent and give some sound advice.

Moorpark- The Ventura County Astronomical Society hosts Dr. Ben Zuckerman of UCLA.  Dr. Z is going to be speaking about the violent events going on in our solar system.  This event is free for the whole family and is sure to be out of this world.

North Hollywood- Got a wicked stache or righteous scruff?  Come on down and unite with others who don’t shave at the 2nd Annual Beard and Moustache Competition at the Federal Bar.

Pasadena- There is nothing like relaxing after work listening to some live music. Come on down to the Levitt Pavilion to hear Marley’s Ghost, a blue grass band.  The event is free and fun for the whole family.

Pasadena- The Pasadena Convention Center is hosting the Contemporary Crafts Market- A Work of Art a textile market that is sure to please the crafter in all of us.  The event is for the whole family and cost is $8 at the door.  Event runs all weekend long.

Sat June 21st

Beverly Hills- Enjoy the longest day of the year with a night time hike to appreciate the season through Franklin Park during the Summer Solstice Hike.  Hike is about 2.5 hours.

Culver City- The summer solstice is here and what better way to ring it in than with a party.  The Culver City Arts District is presenting the First Annual Summer Solstice event.  Enjoy food, music, art, and more as the event runs from 12pm-7pm, it is free and for the whole family.

Downtown- Join the Central Public Library and appreciate the exhibit Rock & Roll Seen: LA Thru the Lens of Chuck Boyd, 1959-1969.  Photographer Chuck Boyd takes us through the music scene during the height of rock N roll.  Admission is free but the experience is priceless.

Glendale- For one evening only, come enjoy an evening of laughs and music as the Glendale POPS and Martin Short team up. Tickets start at $25

Glendale- If you don’t feel like laughing at Martin Short, then maybe Make Music Los Angeles is more your scene.  Be a part of a global celebration as over 800 cities will be participating in the event inspired by France’s Fete de la Musique.

Hollywood- Head to the NerdMelt Showroom for the Booze Cruise 2 Year Anniversary Comedy Show with Free admission and Free Drinks.  Yes, you read that right. A night of laughs and free drinks for free.  Could life get any better?

North Hollywood- If you’re looking for an altruistic way to stay fit, join Relay for Life at Walter Reed Middle School for the American Cancer Society event. At the end of the day a Luminaria ceremony in honor of those lost will be performed.

North Hollywood– Councilmember Paul Krekorian will kick off the summer at North Hollywood Park with Movies in the Park.  So grab your chairs and some popcorn and enjoy Jurassic Park this week!

Northridge– 32 singers, 32 songs, all moving as one.  Cal State Northridge’s Cypress Hall is hosting Aria in Motion this truly musical event. Appreciate the art of movement.

Pasadena– Dance the night away during KCEW “Summer Nights” with Kan Wakan & KCRW DJ Marion Hodges.  Join in the fun at the One Pasadena courtyard and shake your groove thing!

Sherman Oaks– Sherman Oaks Galleria presents Kid Club: Singer Wendee.  Come and see Wendee as she entertains the little one through song and stories.  There will be drawings for Galleria merchandise.

Studio City– If you enjoyed it a few weeks ago then go check out Frank Stallone back at Vitellos.  Sly’s little brother is quite the singer.

Studio City- If you find you have a healthy appreciation for history, then perhaps the Studio City Library is where you need to be.  Come to the Conversations with Heroes talk, where honorable war heroes will be sharing their experiences and unique war stories.

Van Nuys– Ride along and be a part of a play “The Pedal Powered Street Theater Ride” led by C.I.C.L.E and Bike Odyssey LA.  Yes, you read that right, a play on a bike.  It is free and for the whole family.  Did I mention you have to ride with them to hear the story?

Woodland Hills- Make your yard your solace.  The Woodland Hills Public Library is hosting Restoring Habitat One Yard at a Time, a seminar teaching about creating a sustainable garden and wildlife habitat to attract birds & butterflies.

Sun June 22nd

Agoura Hills- Nothing says a circus like a luau and toddlers during the Three Ring Toddler Circus and Luau Mashup.  So put on a lei and bring the whole family to join in on the fun and games the whole family.

La Canada Flintridge- In an effort to raise awareness for homelessness in Southern California, put on your running or walking shoes and go with the Midnight Mission on their 5K/10K Walk/Run.  Their second annual fundraiser welcomes the entire family with a Kinds 1K and barbecue lunch. Delish!

Los Angeles- Being a history buff, I can appreciate how impactful Route 66 was to the expansion of the modern west.  Needless to say, I find the idea of going to the Autry Museum and checking out Route 66 Seminar: The Beginning of the Road fascinating.  Hopefully this will answer every question I’ve ever wanted to ask about the history behind this famous road.

Newbury Park- Feel cultured while checking out the painting and sculptures from the San Fernando Valley Art Club Group Exhibition– ‘’Six Visions’’ will be showcased.   Show starts at 3pm with reception to follow.  Event is free.

Pasadena- The summer concert series continues at the Levitt Pavilion featuring smooth jazz by Lao Tizer.  This event is free and for the whole family so bring a blanket and a bottle of wine and snuggle in for some great music.

Simi Valley- Most Fairy princesses can appreciate  A Faery Hunt presents: The Missing Faery Light Story.  Come dressed up and ready to hear and become a part of something your own little fairy will be sure to not forget.

Woodland Hills– The summer concert series is back!  Pull out your picnic blanket and come sway along to 10,000 Maniacs as they perform in Warner Park

Fri June 27th

Echo Park- It’s new moon time, which means a perfect night to see the stars and tell stories during Bright Stars and Enchanting Stories at the Vista Hermosa Park. If you have a good one, bring it along to share!

Hollywood- The Hollywood Temple Beth El is hosting Shabbat Shalom – Song, Story, Spirit and Soul.  The first in a new monthly series, this week is “Revolutionaries” in honor of the American Independence Day and will highlight inspirational readings during the free event.

Westwood- If you aren’t sick of ‘Let it Go’ then join Mommytrain.com at Pamper & Play for the Frozen Sign-Along and Play-Along.  Dress up as your favorite character and sing to your heart’s content.

Sat June 28th

Agoura Hills- Catch some awesome bands at the Fusion Music Fest.  Encompassing the goal of fusing all ages together, there will be tons of bands from around southern California performing.  Bring a picnic and stay for the show.

Atwater Village- Nothing says relaxing like roasting a marshmallow over an open fire.  Come on down to Marsh Park and do just that during the Evening Campfire.

Beverly Hills- If birdwatching is your thing, then you should find yourself in Franklin Canyon for a few hours.  Enjoy an easy morning stroll while discovering the beautiful birds around you during the Canyon Birds walk.

Culver City- Come on down to the Veterans Memorial Auditorium for the Rock and Mineral Club’s 53rd Fiesta of Gems Show a free event for the whole family.  Get an education on gems and maybe take some home.

Downtown- Tacolandia must translate to “taco heaven on earth”.  40 different vendors to eat from and there is also tequila samplings to go along with it.  You’ll think you have died.

Echo Park- Be serenaded by cellist Maksim Velichkin during the free Up Close community concert series at the Edendale Library.

Malibu-  Peace, love, and happiness all the way around during the Peace Earth and Rock & Roll Festival being hosted at the Vital Zuman Organic Farm.  This event is for the whole family and it’s free.  Enjoy music and good veggies, art, and a free mind.

Pasadena- Well, I know where you’ll find me this day: stuffing my face at the 5th Annual Street Food Fest.  With over 100+ vendors at the Rose Bowl I’ll be sure to get my belly filled with award winning restaurants.

Sherman Oaks- Sherman Oaks Galleria presents Kid’s Club Russian Circus.  See the jugglers and hear the sounds of the big top.  There will be interaction and drawing for prizes

Van Nuys- Have a lot of E-waste laying around?  Have no fear, New Horizons and Anheuser Busch is holding a Drive Thru E-Waste Event.  Drive up, they unload and you are on your way.

Sun June 29th

Los Angeles– Stay fit and help a good cause by raising money during the Congenial Heart Walk of Greater Los Angeles, held in Griffith Park.  Pick your family friendly option with either a 3K or 5K and walk away feeling good!

Studio City- For one night only see the passionate and tumultuous relationship of Frank Sinatraand Ava Gardner, in the original play, Frank and Ava.  Making its debut during the 2013 Hollywood Fringe Festival, it’s sure to be a hit in this town!

Woodland Hills- One of the reoccurring favorites of years past are back for the summer Concert series in Warner Park! Come “Let it Be” with Ticket to Ride, a Beatles Tribute.


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