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As a second month of the summer, July seems promising when it comes to events and activities to attend to. Friends or family, bring your loved ones and enjoy the happenings below.

Fri June 29th

CHINATOWN – Elijah Pierce And Leroy Almon’s Art in Chinatown. Two of the most significant folk artists of the twentieth century, Elijah Pierce, and Leroy Almon each grew up in the Southern United States but would make their homes and their marks in Columbus, Ohio. Each would use his craft to further his religious and social mission, with Pierce serving as a mentor to the younger Almon. See more information here.

CULVER CITY – Perspectives: “The world changes when we change our perspective.”

The event features the art of James Petrucci, Marc Cohen & Julia Danielle & Sol Hill. Plus enjoy music, no-host cocktails & wine, and nibbles. Parking is available at valet stations in Downtown Culver City as well as at The Trader Joe’s lot at Venice & Culver and the lot at Cardiff & Culver.
All events at The Whole 9 Gallery are family friendly and help to fund the life-changing work of their non-profit, The Peace Project.

HOLLYWOOD – Gregg Young & The 2nd Street Steel Drum Band: Music in Hollywood starting at 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Lineup: Multi-genre, award-winning Gregg Young (Guitar), Grammy-nominated Kirkwood Coakley (Bass) and Award-winning PanMan Ross Harper (Steel Drum).

Reggae-Jazz, Calypso, Soca, Caribbean Tropical Grooves, Latin & Movie Themes. See more information here.

SAN PEDRO – The Winter’s Tale – Shakespeare By The Sea At Point Fermin Park this Friday starting at 8 – 10 PM. The event is for free and you can see more information here.

SAN PEDRO – The Merry Wives of Windsor: Shakespeare By The Sea At Point Fermin Park. The event is for free and you can see more information here.

SOUTH BAY – Free family movie night: Wonder Woman screening this Friday at the Redondo Pier. This free event series is presented by Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach and will feature family-friendly movies in June every Friday at 8:00 p.m. See more here.

Sat June 30th

CHINATOWN – Elijah Pierce And Leroy Almon’s Art in Chinatown. Two of the most significant folk artists of the twentieth century, Elijah Pierce, and Leroy Almon each grew up in the Southern United States but would make their homes and their marks in Columbus, Ohio. Each would use his craft to further his religious and social mission, with Pierce serving as a mentor to the younger Almon. See more information here.

CULVER CITY – Perspectives: “The world changes when we change our perspective.”

The event features the art of James Petrucci, Marc Cohen & Julia Danielle & Sol Hill. Plus enjoy music, no-host cocktails & wine, and nibbles. Parking is available at valet stations in Downtown Culver City as well as at The Trader Joe’s lot at Venice & Culver and the lot at Cardiff & Culver.
All events at The Whole 9 Gallery are family friendly and help to fund the life-changing work of their non-profit, The Peace Project.

DTLA – Route 66 Ieca Classic Car Show Fundraiser. Route 66 IECA, annual, Classic Car Show/Contest held at the Historic Sycamore Inn to raise funds for the restored Cucamonga Service Station along route 66. This event features over 150 cars, vendors, food, beer, etc.. The Route 66 Inland Empire California Association is dedicated to “Continually promote the preservation of historically significant landmarks, local businesses, events and tourism within the Inland Empire along Route 66”. See more information here.

PASADENA – Lung Force Expo: This is a one-day educational event for healthcare professional and community health workers to learn more about lung disease, specifically lung cancer. See more information here.

SAN PEDRO – The Merry Wives of Windsor: Shakespeare By The Sea At Point Fermin Park. The event is for free and you can see more information here.

SANTA MONICA – A Discussion With Michael Murphy “Santa Monica: A Look Back To 1902 From Today” Join in for a historical throwback with Michael Murphy at the Santa Monica History Museum. Murphy’s work is featured in the Museum’s current exhibition of the same name. The author will discuss the fascinating story behind his new book, from inception to publication, including his creative collaboration with photographer Jens Lucking.

This discussion is free of charge and includes free access to the galleries in the museum.

Sun July 1st

CHINATOWN – Elijah Pierce And Leroy Almon’s Art in Chinatown. Two of the most significant folk artists of the twentieth century, Elijah Pierce, and Leroy Almon each grew up in the Southern United States but would make their homes and their marks in Columbus, Ohio. Each would use his craft to further his religious and social mission, with Pierce serving as a mentor to the younger Almon. See more information here.

DTLA – Keita Tahahaski’s Never Ever Quest: This is the first-ever art show by Japanese visual artist and game designer Keita Takahashi, whose most notable titles include the legendary​ Katamari Damacy, Noby Noby Boy, and the ​upcoming ​2018 release​,​ Wattam. The exhibition is for free and you can see more information here.

GRIFFITH PARKThe museum formerly known as the Cowboy Museum welcomes families each day for its exhibition of Native American and Western U.S. history.

Location: 4700 Western Heritage Way
Los Angeles 90027

LAKE VIEW TERRACE – Discovery Cube LA – This playful, educational museum features permanent & traveling hands-on exhibits for children. Don’t miss the Aquavator, the Discovery Market the Helicopter tour and other fun stuff it has to offer.

Location: 11800 Foothill Blvd.
Los Angeles 91342

Fri July 6th

CHINATOWN – Elijah Pierce And Leroy Almon’s Art in Chinatown. Two of the most significant folk artists of the twentieth century, Elijah Pierce, and Leroy Almon each grew up in the Southern United States but would make their homes and their marks in Columbus, Ohio. Each would use his craft to further his religious and social mission, with Pierce serving as a mentor to the younger Almon. See more information here.

CULVER CITY – Perspectives: “The world changes when we change our perspective.”

The event features the art of James Petrucci, Marc Cohen & Julia Danielle & Sol Hill. Plus enjoy music, no-host cocktails & wine, and nibbles. Parking is available at valet stations in Downtown Culver City as well as at The Trader Joe’s lot at Venice & Culver and the lot at Cardiff & Culver.
All events at The Whole 9 Gallery are family friendly and help to fund the life-changing work of their non-profit, The Peace Project.

SAN PEDRO – The Merry Wives of Windsor: Shakespeare By The Sea At Point Fermin Park. The event is for free and you can see more information here.

SAN PEDRO – The Winter’s Tale – Shakespeare By The Sea At Point Fermin Park this Friday starting at 8 – 10 PM. The event is for free and you can see more information here.

Sat July 7th

CHINATOWN – Elijah Pierce And Leroy Almon’s Art in Chinatown. Two of the most significant folk artists of the twentieth century, Elijah Pierce, and Leroy Almon each grew up in the Southern United States but would make their homes and their marks in Columbus, Ohio. Each would use his craft to further his religious and social mission, with Pierce serving as a mentor to the younger Almon. See more information here.

CULVER CITY – Perspectives: “The world changes when we change our perspective.”

The event features the art of James Petrucci, Marc Cohen & Julia Danielle & Sol Hill. Plus enjoy music, no-host cocktails & wine, and nibbles. Parking is available at valet stations in Downtown Culver City as well as at The Trader Joe’s lot at Venice & Culver and the lot at Cardiff & Culver.
All events at The Whole 9 Gallery are family friendly and help to fund the life-changing work of their non-profit, The Peace Project.

DTLA – Music Under The Stars: Music in Los Angeles. Join the Pasadena Symphony and POPS for a free concert under the stars!

Larry Blank, conductor

Maximo Marcuso, soloist

Christina Saffran, soloist

Lisa Vroman, soloist

JPL Chorus

See more information here.

EAST LA – Free Edendale Up Close Concerts:

Lynx Quartet
Nancy Roth – violin
Jacqueline Suzuki – violin
Lynn Grants – viola (guest performer)
May Anne Steinberger – cello

See more information here.

SAN PEDRO – The Winter’s Tale – Shakespeare By The Sea At Point Fermin Park this Friday starting at 8 – 10 PM. The event is for free and you can see more information here.

Sun July 8th

CENTRAL LA – Craft and Folk Art Museum – You never know what you might find at this smaller museum that hosts a wide variety of exhibitions. Admission is “pay what you want” on Sundays, from 11 am to 6 pm.

CHINATOWN – Elijah Pierce And Leroy Almon’s Art in Chinatown. Two of the most significant folk artists of the twentieth century, Elijah Pierce, and Leroy Almon each grew up in the Southern United States but would make their homes and their marks in Columbus, Ohio. Each would use his craft to further his religious and social mission, with Pierce serving as a mentor to the younger Almon. See more information here.

DTLA – Kim Abeles 3.9 Art: Opening Sunday, July 8th 1-4pm in conjunction with the CSUN Arts Alumni Small Works Fundraiser. Read more about the show 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 for all visitors.

Location: 2002 N. Main St.
Santa Ana 92706


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