March is coming to its end this year, but the fun certainly isn’t. We have searched for and listed the most popular, and amusing events around the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles, so check them out below and have fun-filled weekends ahead.

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

Fri March 23rd

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

HOLLYWOOD: Geek out with fellow TV nerds at Paley Fest, the annual weeklong festival of exclusive episodes, clips and panel discussions with the cast and creators of the hottest TV shows. Now in its 35th year, the Paley Center for the Media-hosted festival is held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

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 24th

ANAHEIM: Anaheim Convention Center – Comic-Con International brings its unique brand of super-fandom to Orange County at this annual convention. Comic, anime, gaming, movie and TV lovers can head to the Anaheim Convention Center for three days full of sneak peeks, Q&As, premiere screenings and special guests.

CALIFORNIA SCIENCE CENTER: USC/Exposition Park – Celebrate 100 years since the discovery of the New Kingdom ruler’s tomb with more than 150 sculptures, pieces of jewelry and artifacts, many on display outside of Egypt for the first time.

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: Union Station – As far as obscure holidays go, this one is arguably the most sophisticated. Founded by cellist Dale Henderson under the streets of New York City, Bach in the Subways takes place annually on the birthday of German composer, Johann Sebastian Bach, to bring public enthusiasm to the beautiful and increasingly forgotten art of classical music.

On March 21 to 25, soundtrack your commute with free performances throughout Union Station, train platforms and other public spaces with everything from an organ recital to a flute choir. Check the full schedule for performance details and locations here.

DTLA: See some of the city’s most talented high schoolers take part in multidisciplinary performances, screenings, and exhibitions after a week spent with creative luminaries. See more info here.

HOLLYWOOD: Geek out with fellow TV nerds at Paley Fest, the annual weeklong festival of exclusive episodes, clips and panel discussions with the cast and creators of the hottest TV shows. This year’s lineup includes panel discussions with the cast and creators of Stranger Things, Will & Grace, The Good Doctor and more.

Find it at Hollywood & Highland Shopping Center
6801 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles
90028

Sun March 25th

ANAHEIM: Anaheim Convention Center – Comic-Con International brings its unique brand of super-fandom to Orange County at this annual convention. Comic, anime, gaming, movie and TV lovers can head to the Anaheim Convention Center for three days full of sneak peeks, Q&As, premiere screenings and special guests.

Find it at 800 W Katella Ave
Los Angeles
92802

DTLA: Orpheus & EurydiceOrpheus’s young wife Eurydice has died, but he’s not willing to let her go. Orpheus pleads with Cupid, the God of Love, to bring her back. Instead, Cupid allows Orpheus to go into the underworld to find Eurydice and bring her back with him, but first, he must…

Director, choreographer and designer John Neumeier creates a new production that showcases dancers of the Joffrey Ballet. See the event here.

Find it at Music Center
135 N Grand Ave
Los Angeles
90012

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

Fri March 30th

CENTRAL LA: Marciano Art Foundation organizes this free event where art installation will be presented in a dynamic mix of light and shadow. Olafaur Eliasson has stripped the Marciano’s first-floor gallery of all objects and bathed the former Masonic theater in this art show. Check it out here.

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.

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 31st

CENTRAL LA: Marciano Art Foundation organizes this free event where art installation will be presented in a dynamic mix of light and shadow. Olafaur Eliasson has stripped the Marciano’s first-floor gallery of all objects and bathed the former Masonic theater in this art show. Check it out 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.

Sun April 1st

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

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

DTLA: Easter festivalBuy a ticket to participate in EasterFest, which includes egg hunts, bounce houses, face painting, arts and crafts, games, food, drinks, popcorn, and music at Grand Hope Park. The event starts at 2 pm until 5 pm.

GRIFFITH PARK: Easter at the zoo – Big Bunny’s Spring Fling includes crafts, music, rabbit petting, costumed characters, entertainment, and treats at Los Angeles Zoo.

BUENA PARK: Berry festival – Knott’s Berry Farm was among the first farms to grow boysenberries, which they celebrate during Knott’s Boysenberry Festival with berry-inspired dishes, drinks, a beer & wine garden, entertainment, and family activities.

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.

VENTURA COUNTY: Theater in Ventura – King Lear. Starting at 2 pm, Rubicon Theatre Company presents KING LEAR, the centerpiece of the company’s 20th Anniversary Season. Check out more event information here.

 


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