upcoming-events May part 2 | Chelsea Robinson Realtor Tarzana Home | Encino and Sherman Oaks Real Estate Agent and Houses for Sale

Fri Oct 5th

DTLA: Go Little Tokyo For a Spooktacular Second Year Of Haunted Little Tokyo – The Little Tokyo community welcomes you back for a month full of frightful fun as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a second year on select nights through October 1 – October 31, 2018. Ghouls, ghosts, and goblins of all ages are invited if they dare to experience Little Tokyo with pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, spooky sounds, ghostly games, free Halloween movie screenings, ‘haunted’ walking tours, themed specials, and more. See the entire event here.

DTLA: Critical Mediations Conference: The Fire This Time – Critical Mediations is a two-day conference that showcases provocative contemporary thinkers in the spirit of principled debate. The inaugural Critical Mediations conference, The Fire This Time: Afterlives of 1968, will be held October 4 & 5, 2018, at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at USC, featuring speakers Dilip Goankar, Josh Kun, Zackary Drucker, Maureen Smith, Chase Joynt, Rigo 23, among others. See more info here.

INLAND EMPIRE: Manufacturing Day – In celebration of Manufacturing Day, Precision Molded Plastics will open its doors on Friday, October 5, 2018, to students from local schools and to other attendees as part of an effort to change people’s perceptions about today’s manufacturing environment and draw attention to the outstanding opportunities that a career in manufacturing can provide. See more info here.

SILVERLAKE: Pen Presents Yayy It’s Jayy: Open Mic Night with Jayy Dodd & Friends – As part of Lambda LitFest 2018, PEN Presents yayy it’s jayy, an open mic night hosted by the extraordinary Lambda Literary award-winner Jayy Dodd. Featured readers include Edwin Bodney, Jos Charles, and Karina Vahitova. See more info here.

Sat Oct 6th

BURBANK: Boy’s Gymnastics Trial Class – Saturday, October 6th, come to Golden State Gymnastics for a free boy’s trial class! Boys ages 5-11 are welcome! Meet and practice with GSG’s Boy’s Team! Pre-registration is required. See more info here.

CENTRAL LA: Street Food Cinema – Enjoy good movies with good food this weekend too. Today on the screen will be the movie IT, starting at 8 pm. However, there is live music before that, starting at 6:30 pm in case you want to have a little fun and grab something to eat from the many food trucks before the movie. See more info here.

DTLA: Go Little Tokyo For a Spooktacular Second Year Of Haunted Little Tokyo – The Little Tokyo community welcomes you back for a month full of frightful fun as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a second year on select nights through October 1 – October 31, 2018. Ghouls, ghosts, and goblins of all ages are invited if they dare to experience Little Tokyo with pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, spooky sounds, ghostly games, free Halloween movie screenings, ‘haunted’ walking tours, themed specials, and more. See the entire event here.

DTLA: Film Finance 101 – Come to learn from the instructors in LMU’s Business of Film Certificate program about how to get your film financed and how to pay your talent, your investors, and yourself through participation. This free seminar is open to anyone interested. See more here.

PASADENA: Street Food Cinema – Enjoy good movies with good food this weekend too. Today on screen in Pasadena will be the movie Beetlejuice starting at 8 pm. See more info here.

SAN GABRIEL: Dare To Be Aware: A Journey Into MindfulnessAnyone wanting to grow as a human being will want to come to Crowell Public Library this Saturday for an exciting workshop on mindfulness. Ron Serven will teach how to be present in one’s life and not just a spectator from afar. Participants will learn how to become more self-aware, how to live one’s life and connect to others, to integrate mindfulness into life, as well as learn the basics and benefits of meditation. Check out the full event here.

Sun Oct 7th

DTLA: Make Your Mark In The Park – Ryman Arts students will be leading free drawing activities for every ability level in beautiful Grand Park. This is their 9th annual Make Your Mark in the Park event, and is the flagship event of The Big Draw LA, taking place right in front of the Los Angeles City Hall in Grand Park. A fun-filled, creative afternoon, we will celebrate the act of drawing by welcoming thousands of Angelinos to draw together. This event is free and open to the public. See what this event includes here.

DTLA: Go Little Tokyo For a Spooktacular Second Year Of Haunted Little Tokyo – The Little Tokyo community welcomes you back for a month full of frightful fun as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a second year on select nights through October 1 – October 31, 2018. Ghouls, ghosts, and goblins of all ages are invited if they dare to experience Little Tokyo with pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, spooky sounds, ghostly games, free Halloween movie screenings, ‘haunted’ walking tours, themed specials, and more. See the entire event here.

NORTH HILLS: 7th Annual Galpin Car Show – In just 6 years, the Galpin Car show has grown into one of the biggest car shows in the San Fernando Valley. As such, we are making some improvements to this years show that we believe will make it even more enjoyable for car show entrants and spectators. See more for this year’s show here.

SANTA MONICA: The City Of Santa Monica: Coast – The City of Santa Monica presents COAST, its annual open streets event celebrating community, art, and sustainability. More than two miles of city streets will be closed to cars and open for people to stroll, bike, and roll. Attendees will indulge in delicious food, listen to live music, enjoy world-class art and experience the community’s public spaces in a new, reimagined way. See more here.

SHERMAN OAKS: Fundraiser: Curtisfest 2018 (The Curtis School Fair) – We hope you’re just as excited as we are for this fall’s music and arts festival, also known as the Curtis School Fair. CurtisFest 2018 will be held right here in the sun-soaked Curtis Valley on Sunday, October 7, 2018, from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm…or as long as the music keeps playing. There will be more than 29 carnival rides and games for all ages and other attractions, such as face painting and arts & crafts stations. You will have LA’s favorite food trucks available: In & Out, Kogi, Top Dog, and other cool treats to enjoy. See more here.

Fri Oct 12th

DTLA: Go Little Tokyo For a Spooktacular Second Year Of Haunted Little Tokyo – The Little Tokyo community welcomes you back for a month full of frightful fun as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a second year on select nights through October 1 – October 31, 2018. Ghouls, ghosts, and goblins of all ages are invited if they dare to experience Little Tokyo with pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, spooky sounds, ghostly games, free Halloween movie screenings, ‘haunted’ walking tours, themed specials, and more. See the entire event 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 to find treasures to own and keep! Support the Friends of Jefferson Branch and support the Library. Everyone’s welcomed.

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 Oct 13th

DTLA: Central 25 Celebration – Join us for a day of all ages fun as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Central Library’s grand reopening in 1993!
Work with Therman Statom, creator of the Atrium Chandeliers, on an art project!
Tour Central Library’s Special Collections. View rare and unique items that the library has acquired since its founding. Tour is limited to two groups of 20 people. Sign-ups start at 11 am at the Information Station in the Lobby. See more info here.

DTLA: Go Little Tokyo For a Spooktacular Second Year Of Haunted Little Tokyo – The Little Tokyo community welcomes you back for a month full of frightful fun as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a second year on select nights through October 1 – October 31, 2018. Ghouls, ghosts, and goblins of all ages are invited if they dare to experience Little Tokyo with pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, spooky sounds, ghostly games, free Halloween movie screenings, ‘haunted’ walking tours, themed specials, and more. See the entire event here.

EAGLE ROCK: The Street Food Cinema is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the spooky movie HALLOWEEN. See more info here.

GLENDALE: Street Food Cinema – Enjoy good movies with good food this weekend too. Today on the screen will be the movie Gremlins, starting at 8 pm. However, there is live music before that, starting at 6:30 pm, and you can find more info here.

LA QUINTA: Let’s celebrate the 25th anniversary of the super-popular movie Hocus Pocus this Saturday at the La Quinta Park, as part of the Street Food Cinema events around LA. See more info here.

SANTA MONICA: Lonely Planet Kids Bookstore Event: 101 Small Ways to Change the World. Join award-winning author Aubre Andrus in a free crafting session inspired by her new book, Lonely Planet Kids’ 101 Small Ways to Change the World. All ages are invited to decorate a reusable tote bag and learn tips for packing a waste-free lunch. 101 Small Ways to Change the World is filled with loads of awesome ways kids can help out family, friends, themselves and the planet – and shows kids they’re never too young to make a big difference. See more info here.

Sun Oct 14th

DTLA: Go Little Tokyo For a Spooktacular Second Year Of Haunted Little Tokyo – The Little Tokyo community welcomes you back for a month full of frightful fun as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a second year on select nights through October 1 – October 31, 2018. Ghouls, ghosts, and goblins of all ages are invited if they dare to experience Little Tokyo with pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, spooky sounds, ghostly games, free Halloween movie screenings, ‘haunted’ walking tours, themed specials, and more. See the entire event here.

GLENDALE: Lonely Planet Kids Bookstore Event: 101 Small Ways to Change the World. Join award-winning author Aubre Andrus in a free crafting session inspired by her new book, Lonely Planet Kids’ 101 Small Ways to Change the World. All ages are invited to decorate a reusable tote bag and learn tips for packing a waste-free lunch. 101 Small Ways to Change the World is filled with loads of awesome ways kids can help out family, friends, themselves and the planet – and shows kids they’re never too young to make a big difference. See more info here.

SANTA CLARITA VALLEY: 18th Annual Bow-Wows & Meows Pet Fair – Join us for a FREE, fun-filled day for the whole family! Celebrating pets, encouraging animal awareness and promoting pet adoption within our community and beyond…
In partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation and Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control, we are happy to invite you to our annual pet community fair! See more about the festivities here.


If you’d like more information on the San Fernando Valley or Los Angeles, or to have help looking for your next home, please feel free to reach out! I’m happy to help, no obligation.

Find Your New Home!
Contact Me Today!