The spring brings not only warmer temperatures, but also plenty of fun activities to do around LA. Check them out below, and stay tuned for the part 2…

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


Fri March 9th

DTLA – All-Star Chef Classic: The All-Star Chef Classic (think the culinary world’s Superbowl equivalent) is taking over Downtown’s L.A. LIVE for the fourth year, bringing together acclaimed chefs from around the world for four days of demonstrations, engaging dining experiences, tastings, showcases and chef access. Wine and dine info 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.

DTLA – The Joffrey Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet: Choreographer Krzysztof Pastor transposes Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy to 20th-century Italy, with political overtones spanning Mussolini and the European Union—but you can still expect the classic score by Sergei Prokofiev. Ticketing info and more 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.

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.

Sat March 10th

DESCANSO GARDENS – Cherry Blossom Festival: Witness the springtime bloom during this monthlong celebration of Japanese culture featuring origami demonstrations. Check out the event 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.

ECHO PARK – The Wedding Present: David Gedge’s punky indie pop survivors return to the stage with their scratchy guitars and poignant, cynical-romantic lyrics. Tickets and venue info here.

WILSHIRE – Visit the Felipe de Neve Branch Library for a relaxing and restorative yoga with a certified instructor. Check out more event info here.

Sun March 11th

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

Location: 10899 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles 90024

DTLA – Smorgasburg LA: Indulge your inner foodie and shopaholic at this weekly food-focused market. The Brooklyn export has landed in the Arts District and become a hotbed of fantastic food and retail vendors, with some that are testing out their dishes before launching a full-blown brick-and-mortar in the city. Click here to see more information on the event.

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

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 IN LA – Dana Point Festival of Whales: Mark the annual gray whale migration from the shore with a parade, street fair, and whale-inspired concert; or sail the ocean to spot the massive marine mammals for yourself. See this link to find a spot closest to you.

WHITTIER NARROWS RECREATION AREAL.A. Festival of Colors: What better way to ring in spring than by blanketing L.A.’s smoggy skies with a plume of technicolor yellow, cobalt, magenta, and acid green powder, dancing your butt off and practicing a little yoga to boot? L.A.’s Festival of Colors brings the traditional Indian custom of Holi—during which revelers douse each other in colorful powder as a way to welcome spring—to the West coast. Check out more event info here.

Fri March 16th

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 – Chill out with a film screening at the Little Tokyo Library for free, starting at 2 pm this Friday. Check out more here.

SAN BERNARDINOBeyond Wonderland: This springtime spin-off in Insomniac’s Wonderland series takes its whimsical, carnival-like atmosphere to this trance-heavy festival. The dreamy, multi-stage experience includes the likes of KSHMR, Kayzo, Alesso, Flosstradamus, Kill the Noise and more. Check out more event info 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 welcomed.

VENICE – Another class of Mat Pilates for free, starting at 11:30 am this Friday. It will take place at the Abbot Kinney Memorial Library in Venice. See more here.

Sat March 17th

DTLA – Join for free “Classic Tai Chi” classes by instructor Bill Cheng. Each class will include “Energy Trilogy” demonstration for 108 Classic Tai Chi forms, as well as questions & answers.

HOLLYWOODAsssscat: the UCB franchise’s longest-running, most beloved showcase starts when a base cast of the theater’s current top-brass—including founding UCB members Matt Walsh, Matt Besser, and Ian Roberts—takes the stage. Check out more event info here.

SHERMAN OAKS – Used Book Sale – The Friends of the Sherman Oaks Library conducts a monthly sale of books, DVDs, and CDs. Check out the event here.

SAN BERNARDINOBeyond Wonderland: This springtime spin-off in Insomniac’s Wonderland series takes its whimsical, carnival-like atmosphere to this trance-heavy festival. The dreamy, multi-stage experience includes the likes of KSHMR, Kayzo, Alesso, Flosstradamus, Kill the Noise and more. Check out more event info here.

VENICEThe newest flea market on the block, the Venice outpost of this artisan/craft-focused flea market mini-empire is bringing records, vintage and vintage-inspired clothing, cosmetics, jewelry and more to the Westminster Avenue Elementary School. Check out its location and working hours here.

Sun March 18th

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.

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

HOLLYWOODAsssscat: This Sunday the UCB franchise’s longest-running, most beloved showcase starts when a base cast of the theater’s current top-brass—including founding UCB members Matt Walsh, Matt Besser, and Ian Roberts—takes the stage. Check out more event info here.

PASADENA – Rose Bowl Flea Market: Perhaps the Los Angeles area’s most iconic flea market, this event around the exterior of the Rose Bowl is staggeringly colossal—but what else would you expect from a 90,000-seat stadium? The sheer size and scale of this flea market mean that it encompasses multitudes: new and old, hand-crafted and salvaged, the cheap and the costly. Check out more event info here.

VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN LA – Melrose Trading Post: If Melrose Ave is LA’s scene-est street, then the Melrose Trading Post is the epicenter of that scene. Every Sunday, hundreds of stylish Angelenos head over to Fairfax High School for the beloved Melrose Trading Post ($3 entry, free parking). Check out more event info here.


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