If you’ve had fun attending the events written in the previous blog about the upcoming happenings in the first part of June, here is the rest of the fun stuff to do in the next two remaining weeks of June for the area of San Fernando Valley and around.. Enjoy!
Fri June 16th
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.
DTLA – For all the artistic souls out there, this Friday the TAPPAN Atelier has an open house in Downtown LA where you can see the place where artists create their work and see their pieces first. The event is free but you need to register here.
Sat June 17th
EAGLE ROCK – In the recreational park of Eagle Rock this Saturday you’ll be able to sit with friends, have some tasty snack and watch Raiders of the Lost Ark for a couple of hours. Don’t miss out the Street Food Cinema this weekend!
SYD KRONENTHAL PARK – The Street Food Cinema has something else in store for you in case you aren’t an Indiana Jones Fan or you’ve watched it already. Hocus Pocus is a fun movie you can enjoy with your family at the Syd Kronenthal Park starting 8:30, but the doors to the live music show are opening at 5:30. See more details here.
DTLA – Attend the free classic Tai Chi classes 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.
Sun June 18th
BEVERLY HILLS – The Rodeo Drive Committee, in conjunction with the city of Beverly Hills, presents the annual Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance. The event is free to the public and it starts at 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. You can see more information here.
DTLA – Attend a Special Father’s Day Concert suitable for adults, kids, seniors, and teens. The concert starts at 2 pm and is free of charge.
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.
Fri June 23th
HOLLYWOOD – Start your weekend the fun way. Enjoy the excellent film choices and a steady supply of snacks and booze, Rooftop Cinema Club is your snazzy, comfortable and less stressful alternative to other outdoor movie screenings. The pricing starts from $19 and the doors are opened at 8:15 pm.
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.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD – Take your little one for a toddler storytelling and join the other parents as your child plays and has fun with the rest of the babies. The storytelling starts at 10 a.m. and you can find out more here.
VENICE – Free Mat Pilates classes for adults. Stretch your stress away and start the weekend in a better mood.
Sat June 24th
ENCINO – The LA Street Food Cinema is back this weekend to keep you entertained with live music, delicious bites of food and the Crazy, Stupid, Love. Your Saturday can’t go any better! The doors to the show are opening at 5:30, and the movie starts at 8:30.
DTLA – In case you missed it! There will be another 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.
CENTRAL LA – Take your kids for a little summer science day and let them have fun while exploring and learning. The class starts at 11:00am to 1:00pm.
Sun June 25th
SANTA MONICA – The Museum of Flying is the new kids’ playground! It is opened Every Sunday from 10am-5pm.
PASADENA – This Sunday starting at 3 p.m you can attend a free movie screening with many other Angelinos. The movie shown will be Bette Midler and you can find more info on it 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.
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