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

Fri April 6th

LA MIRADA: Festivals in Los Angeles – Halloween Club’s 6th Annual Spook Show Festival. Spook Show is an annual Halloween festival that features over 100 curated local vendors, artists, collectors, teachers, spook makers, hauntrepreneurs and musicians for like-minded Halloween enthusiasts. Halloween Club will also hold their biggest yearly sale event on 1000s of costumes, accessories, and decorations.
With an attendance of over 15,000, the 6th annual festival is expected to bring in even more bodies as the event continues to grow due to the grassroots approach employed by Halloween Club and love from the local spooky community.

PASADENA: PMCA 1234: Free First Friday. Art in Pasadena – Enjoy free admission all day during Free First Friday! This free event is presented as part of our PMCA 1234 monthly programming.

SOUTH BAY: Oriental Impressionistic Watercolor class. Noted artist and instructor Hisako Asano will share her approach to a world of delicate watercolor painting. Create paintings of nature that capture this soft-colored art form, learn to blend colors, and how to manipulate
3-D values with a single stroke. Space is limited and registration is required here.

SYLMAR: Tours & Excursions in San Fernando Valley – Hang Gliding Air Faire. Visit LA’s most exciting hang gliding Flight Park! Free spectator viewing, free tours. Spend a couple of hours watching these colorful flying machines in a beautiful park-like setting. Great for families, friends adventure seekers, and seniors. Free parking and free hang gliding intro available here.

Sat April 7th

ORANGE COUNTY: Fashion & Style – Z Supply’s Afternoon Of Wellness. Z Supply invites you to enjoy an afternoon of wellness and pampering at their Fashion Island location. Stop by this Saturday between noon and 3 p.m. for an oxygen facial by Facial Works, and treat yourself to wellness shots by Project Juice. Check out more information here.

PASADENA: Walking Tour in Old Pasadena. Let one of our trained docents lead you through the historic neighborhood and reveal its many hidden and unusual architectural details, old alleyways, and historic signs. Old Pasadena has gone from drab and dingy to a shopping and dining destination. Check out more information here.

SOUTH BAY: Tai Chi in the garden. Learn this beautiful ancient Chinese practice, with graceful meditative movements that help maintain physical health, well-being, and spiritual essence. Held weekly on the Koi Pond Patio, this activity is the perfect way to release tension, increase balance and improve relaxation. All ages and fitness levels welcome. Check out more information here.

STUDIO CITY: Fundraisers in San Fernando Valley: The 6th annual Poker for Puppies event this year is taking place on Sunday, April 8th. There were well over 100 players last year – their best on record so far. This time there won’t be a costume contest, but doubling down on the ice cream and moving to the iconic Sportsmen’s Lodge Hotel in Studio City. There will be adorable, adoptable doggies for you to cuddle with, casino games for the non-poker folks, loads of free food and new this year, massage. Visit and enjoy the afternoon here.

WESTLAKE: LA Beer FestGrab a cold one and gather ’round for a daylong celebration of America’s favorite beverage. The LA Beer Fest is returning with over 200 selections of both international and domestic drafts on tap, along with food trucks and live music (including a dueling piano bar!). Tickets include beer samplings; choose from either a GA ticket or a Connoisseur’s ticket (includes private bathrooms, exclusive beers and more), with sessions noon– 3 pm and 5-8pm. Check out more information here.

Sun April 8th

DTLA: Taste of Germany wine dinner. Chef Joachim Splichal welcomes foodies to Patina for a Taste of Germany Wine Dinner. Inspired by his own German heritage, Executive Chef Andreas Roller has crafted an exquisite tasting menu to pair each course perfectly with its wine counterpart. Menu highlights include Hokkaido Scallop, Hudson Valley Foie Gras, and Snake River Farms Wagyu Ribeye. Check out more information here.

DTLA: 12th Tribe X Chinese Laundry Festival Pre-Party Pop Up – Fashion & Style in DTLA. Join 12th Tribe and Chinese Laundry for the festival pre-party of the year for free! Enjoy beats from DJ Hoff, drinks, a braid bar, henna, and shopping! Check out the place here.

BEVERLY HILLS: 12th Tribe X Chinese Laundry Festival Pre-Party Pop Up – Fashion & Style in Beverly Hills. Join 12th Tribe and Chinese Laundry for the festival pre-party of the year for free! Enjoy beats from DJ Hoff, drinks, a braid bar, henna, and shopping! Check out the place here.

Fri April 13th

CENTRAL LA: Arthritis Exercise Workshop for Older Adults – Join in this Friday for a pain relieving exercise starting at 2 pm at the Washington Irving Branch Library. Check out the event here.

DTLA: Little Tokyo Branch Library organizes a fast Friday movie screening. The movie will start at 2 pm and you can see more information here.

RESEDA: Attend a gentle yoga session for free at the West Valley Regional Branch Library with a certified yoga instructor. You will learn how to calm your body and your mind. All levels are welcome, you just need to bring your own mat or towel and water for hydration. See more here.

SOUTH LA: F.A.B. The Friends of Jefferson Branch Used Book Sales are held on Friday mornings in the library. Come find treasures to own and keep! Support the Friends of Jefferson Branch and support the Library. Everyone’s welcome.

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.

UCLA Campus: Celebrate mankind’s most physical artform at Dance Camera West’s annual Dance Media Film Festival. The weeklong event takes over the UCLA campus, where you’ll undoubtedly stumble upon one of the festival’s mixed-media spectacles. Discover artwork and showcases, film screenings and a family dance-along. All outdoor events are free, so if you’re feeling low on culture, here’s your chance to stock up. Check out more information on the festival schedule and admission details here.

Sat April 14th

DTLA: Festivals in Downtown LA – American Lung Association’s Fight for Air Climb. Step Up to the Challenge and join us in the Fight for Air Climb. Individuals and teams climb all 63 floors of stairs up to the top of the Aon Center (1,393 steps). You’ll raise funds for research, education and patient programs to help people affected by lung disease. Every step moves us forward in our fight for clean air and healthy lungs. Register here.

DTLA: Spend a late night at the Music Center and watch as the beloved Downtown cultural space transforms into an interactive performance space. Past events have included everything from a backstage tour of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion to drinks and dancing in the Founders Room, and a pillow lounge in the lobby to a roller derby demo on Lower Grand. Check out more information here.

DTLA – If you’re a fan of books and reading, why not visit the weekly Used Book Sale at the Central branch library and find your next favorite read.

DTLA – Bring your children and their imagination at the Edendale Branch Library this Saturday for an entertaining afternoon of LEGO brick building activities. The event starts at 9:30 am and is free of charge.

NORTH HILLS – ZUMBA! With Lula – Saturday mornings for a fun cardio dance party! Wear comfortable shoes and clothes and get ready to get your groove on at the Mid-Valley Regional Library. Find more information here.

NORTH HILLSZUMBA! with Lula KIDS Session. Just added for the new year: Saturday morning Zumba for KIDS. Take your little ones for a morning fun and dancing at the Mid-Valley Regional Library. Find more information here.

Various Locations: The Great Los Angeles River CleanUp – Sure, it doesn’t look so glamorous now, but give it a few years, a billion or so dollars and some much-needed rain, and the L.A. River will be a point of civic pride for Angelenos. Do your part in the process this April during the Friends of the Los Angeles River’s annual cleanup. Rather than focusing on one spot, the cleanup tackles a different branch each Saturday, with multiple meet-up locations at each. The annual “work party” will include live music performances, gift giveaways, family activities and refreshments. Check out more information here.

UCLA Campus: Celebrate mankind’s most physical artform at Dance Camera West’s annual Dance Media Film Festival. The weeklong event takes over the UCLA campus, where you’ll undoubtedly stumble upon one of the festival’s mixed-media spectacles. Discover artwork and showcases, film screenings and a family dance-along. All outdoor events are free, so if you’re feeling low on culture, here’s your chance to stock up. Check out more information on the festival schedule and admission details here.

Sun April 15th

CENTRAL LA: Hammer Museum – Admission to all exhibitions and public programs at the Hammer is free and open to the public.

Find it at 10899 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles 90024

GLENDALE: The Museum of Selfies is a $25 temporary exhibition where you can explore the origin of the selfie through the lens of art, history, technology, and culture while taking some cool selfies.

LA CIENEGA: Nancy And Beth (Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt). Sitcom royal Mullally (Will & Grace) joins forces and blends voices with young actor-singer Hunt in the guise of a bespectacled folk duo called Nancy And Beth. Check out more information here.

SANTA ANA: Bowers Museum – On Sundays, the Bowers offers free tickets to the museum to visitors. In addition, on the first Sunday of each month, a Family Festival is held in the Key Courtyard. the festival is free to all visitors.

Location: 2002 N. Main St.
Santa Ana 92706

Various Locations: The Great Los Angeles River CleanUp – Sure, it doesn’t look so glamorous now, but give it a few years, a billion or so dollars and some much-needed rain, and the L.A. River will be a point of civic pride for Angelenos. Do your part in the process this April during the Friends of the Los Angeles River’s annual cleanup. Rather than focusing on one spot, the cleanup tackles a different branch each Saturday, with multiple meet-up locations at each. The annual “work party” will include live music performances, gift giveaways, family activities and refreshments. Check out more information here.

UCLA Campus: Celebrate mankind’s most physical artform at Dance Camera West’s annual Dance Media Film Festival. The weeklong event takes over the UCLA campus, where you’ll undoubtedly stumble upon one of the festival’s mixed-media spectacles. Discover artwork and showcases, film screenings and a family dance-along. All outdoor events are free, so if you’re feeling low on culture, here’s your chance to stock up. Check out more information on the festival schedule and admission details here.


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