Upcoming Events in the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles | Chelsea Robinson Real Estate

October started off with an array of events and happenings all around LA. As the month of the fallen leaves, you can still go and see the fall foliage in some of these places, and you can also check out the autumn traditions that will bring your family closer but don’t forget to go through these events below as well and end the month with a great deal of fun.

Fri Oct 20th

DTLA: Pancakes & Booze Art Show: Over 100 emerging artists showcasing their hottest work in a Warhol-style, anything-goes, massive warehouse environment–live music, body painting, multimedia displays, and FREE pancakes! The show originated in 2009 in Los Angeles and since has popped up more than 300 times in over 35 cities around the world. Each show draws as many as 3000 guests throughout the night. The event starts at 8:00 PM – 2:00 AM and you can see more here.

GLENDALE: Boo at the LA Zoo features spooktacular learning and fun throughout October. This Halloween season, BOO AT THE L.A. ZOO offers goblins and ghouls of all ages a chance to feed their imaginations with fang-tastic fun and spooktacular learning throughout the entire month of October, beginning Sunday, October 1, and continuing through Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 10 am to 4 pm.

BOO AT THE L.A. ZOO 2017 features daily activities such as an all-new “Nocturnal Adventure” maze, where guest can learn about nocturnal creatures, and the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the Zoo’s tarantulas, scorpions, snakes and more at “Animals and Boo” encounters. Weekends include a “Swazzle’s Monster Menagerie” puppet show, pumpkin carving demonstrations, special animal feedings and other family fun.

SANTA MONICA: Front Porch Cinema – FREE movie series on the Santa Monica Pier. The Pier will be transformed into a cozy and perfect setting for a night of movies, scrumptious food, themed drinks in the cinema lounge, and activities for the kiddos, Mom, Dad, first dates, the cool kids, and all. The audience can unwind on old-timey lawn chairs, comfy blankets, and watch on a giant screen with the highest quality HD-projection and line-array sound provided by LA’s premier outdoor movie producers, EatISeeIHear. See more here.

TORRANCE: South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – Do you enjoy puzzles, riddles, and word games? Are you a fan of crime scene investigation stories, movies, and TV shows? Have you wanted to try an Escape Room, but it’s too far of a drive? Are you an Escape Room enthusiast? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll definitely want to join the Volunteer Center for its new and unique fall fundraiser – South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – 5 weeks only, beginning September 28.

Sat Oct 21st

BURBANK: Beer Festival & Street Fair – The 3rd annual Burbank Beer Festival & Street Fair is once again taking over the streets of Downtown Burbank this October for the ultimate celebration of craft beer. On show will be more than 85 ice-cold craft beers on tap, alongside live musical performances at the main stage, vendors, and more – with a complimentary shuttle ferrying festival-goers to and from Burbank hotels. Entry to the street fair and main stage entertainment is free of charge and open to all ages – however, beer lovers must be at least 21 years of age to purchase tickets and enter the craft beer tasting sessions.

GLENDALE: The year is coming to an end and Christmas is near. Visit the Street Food Cinema this Saturday and enjoy The Nightmare Before Christmas movie. There will be no tickets sold on the doors, so it’s best if you buy them here. Food trucks, live music, and drinks will be included.

PASADENA: Artists and Businesses team up to celebrate the fall season with another fun and family-friendly “Neighborhood Night-on- the-Town” on Saturday, October 21, from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and produced by SPACE, the South Pasadena Arts Crawl welcomes people of all ages to this free event which offers gallery openings, art activities, live music, open houses, food and drink specials and sales throughout the business district. Mission Street and adjacent blocks will be abuzz with festivities for the event. See more here: https://www.facebook.com/Arts-Crawl

RANCHO CUCAMONGA: It’s all treats and no tricks at the upcoming Victoria Gardens Kidz Club event! On Saturday, October 21st from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., kids and families will gather in Chaffey Town Square to enjoy a “fang-tastic” Kidz Club event! See more here.

TORRANCE: South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – Do you enjoy puzzles, riddles, and word games? Are you a fan of crime scene investigation stories, movies, and TV shows? Have you wanted to try an Escape Room, but it’s too far of a drive? Are you an Escape Room enthusiast? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll definitely want to join the Volunteer Center for its new and unique fall fundraiser – South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – 5 weeks only, beginning September 28.

WILL ROGERS STATE HISTORIC PARK: Today at the Street Food Cinema, you will have the chance to catch the screening of the Jurassic Park movie. There will be no tickets sold on the doors, so it’s best if you buy them here. Food trucks, live music, and drinks will be included.

Sun Oct 22nd

CULVER CITY: Families are invited to venture into STAR Eco Station’s Trick-Or-Treat Village filled with unique Halloween fun. It’s a fairy tale gone green with an environmental and entomology twist! Kids can meet some cartoon characters, enter costume contests and try the Fear Factor edible insect challenge – if they dare! All proceeds go directly to the care and feeding of STAR Eco Station’s exotic rescue animals. See more info here.

DTLA: Festival For All Skid Row Artists – The Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD) presents the 8th annual Festival for All Skid Row Artists on Saturday and Sunday, October 21 and 22, from 1–5 pm each day. The Festival for All Skid Row Artists is a two-day festival of performing and visual art with plenty of music, showcasing the diverse range of talents among Skid Row residents. Taking place in Gladys Park (corner of 6th Street and Gladys Avenue) in L.A.’s Skid Row, the festival has become one of the most anticipated grassroots cultural events in the area.

DTLA: Sunland-Tujunga Open Studios is a FREE, self-guided tour of local artist studios and creative venues, Saturday and Sunday, October 21 and 22, 11 AM to 5 PM. Over 40 artists working in a variety of media will be featured in 17 unique locations, inviting visitors to experience the creative process unique to each artist. Guests may visit as many locations as they like, in any order. Live music, poetry readings, artist demos, interactive projects for The Big Draw LA, docent-led tours of historic McGroarty Arts Center, and a special screening of “TYRUS” by filmmaker Pamela Tom, are all part of this special weekend celebration of creativity in the foothills. Visit their website for an artist roster, map, and program of events.

TORRANCE: Trick R Treat with over 200 vendors with candy, antiques, furniture, plants, vintage clothes, jewelry, home decor and more…all on sale at bargain prices. Antique Appraisal Booth – one FREE appraisal if you are wearing a costume. Live music and DJ. Check out more here.

TORRANCE: South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – Do you enjoy puzzles, riddles, and word games? Are you a fan of crime scene investigation stories, movies, and TV shows? Have you wanted to try an Escape Room, but it’s too far of a drive? Are you an Escape Room enthusiast? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll definitely want to join the Volunteer Center for its new and unique fall fundraiser – South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – 5 weeks only, beginning September 28.

Fri Oct 27th

GLENDALE: Boo at the LA Zoo features spooktacular learning and fun throughout October. This Halloween season, BOO AT THE L.A. ZOO offers goblins and ghouls of all ages a chance to feed their imaginations with fang-tastic fun and spooktacular learning throughout the entire month of October, beginning Sunday, October 1, and continuing through Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 10 am to 4 pm.

BOO AT THE L.A. ZOO 2017 features daily activities such as an all-new “Nocturnal Adventure” maze, where guest can learn about nocturnal creatures, and the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the Zoo’s tarantulas, scorpions, snakes and more at “Animals and Boo” encounters. Weekends include a “Swazzle’s Monster Menagerie” puppet show, pumpkin carving demonstrations, special animal feedings and other family fun.

SANTA MONICA: Front Porch Cinema – FREE movie series on the Santa Monica Pier. The Pier will be transformed into a cozy and perfect setting for a night of movies, scrumptious food, themed drinks in the cinema lounge, and activities for the kiddos, Mom, Dad, first dates, the cool kids, and all. The audience can unwind on old-timey lawn chairs, comfy blankets, and watch on a giant screen with the highest quality HD-projection and line-array sound provided by LA’s premier outdoor movie producers, EatISeeIHear. See more here.

TORRANCE: South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – Do you enjoy puzzles, riddles, and word games? Are you a fan of crime scene investigation stories, movies, and TV shows? Have you wanted to try an Escape Room, but it’s too far of a drive? Are you an Escape Room enthusiast? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll definitely want to join the Volunteer Center for its new and unique fall fundraiser – South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery for 5 weeks only, beginning September 28.

Sat Oct 28th

GLENDALE: When a recently-deceased ghost couple finds their now-vacant home invaded by an obnoxious family, they hire a sleazy ghost who gets rid of humans to help them. See more of what’s about to happen in the Beetlejuice movie at the Street Food Cinema with many food trucks, live music, and drinks. You can buy your tickets here.

GLENDALE: Last One of the Series! ODD NIGHTS AT THE AUTRY creators Phillip & Shelly Dane brings another community hot spot to life with a variety of curated crafters, designers, and artisanal food sellers. 22 gourmet food trucks, full bar, custom handmade treasures, live music and tons of fun. Cost: $5.

GLENDALE: Los Angeles Haunted Hayride – Amusement Parks & Arcades in Griffith Park. Time: 7pm-10:30 pm, See more info for tickets and event deets here.

MONTECITO HEIGHTS: Halloween & mourning movie night. Silent & Classic Movie Nights on Saturdays. Gates open at 7:30 p.m. Picnic on the lawn while viewing classic and silent movies. The event is free for Museum members and $10 for the general public.

TORRANCE: South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – Do you enjoy puzzles, riddles, and word games? Are you a fan of crime scene investigation stories, movies, and TV shows? Have you wanted to try an Escape Room, but it’s too far of a drive? Are you an Escape Room enthusiast? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll definitely want to join the Volunteer Center for its new and unique fall fundraiser – South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – 5 weeks only, beginning September 28.

WEST HOLLYWOOD: This Sat at the Poinsettia Recreational Park you can watch the all times classic The Silence of the Lambs at the LA street food cinema. Make sure you reserve your spot and buy your tickets here.

Sun Oct 29th

GLENDALE: Boo at the LA Zoo features spooktacular learning and fun throughout October. This Halloween season, BOO AT THE L.A. ZOO offers goblins and ghouls of all ages a chance to feed their imaginations with fang-tastic fun and spooktacular learning throughout the entire month of October, beginning Sunday, October 1, and continuing through Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 10 am to 4 pm.

BOO AT THE L.A. ZOO 2017 features daily activities such as an all-new “Nocturnal Adventure” maze, where guest can learn about nocturnal creatures, and the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the Zoo’s tarantulas, scorpions, snakes and more at “Animals and Boo” encounters. Weekends include a “Swazzle’s Monster Menagerie” puppet show, pumpkin carving demonstrations, special animal feedings and other family fun.

TORRANCE: South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – Do you enjoy puzzles, riddles, and word games? Are you a fan of crime scene investigation stories, movies, and TV shows? Have you wanted to try an Escape Room, but it’s too far of a drive? Are you an Escape Room enthusiast? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll definitely want to join the Volunteer Center for its new and unique fall fundraiser – South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – 5 weeks only, beginning September 28.


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