Los Angeles, 90037
Take a Stand for Children! When California has the highest child poverty rate (27%), it's time to invest in our children today! Join Community Voices and advocates across Los Angeles County for the: 3rd Annual Stand for Children Day on Saturday, July 30 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Exposition Park. A free event providing lunch, resources for children and families, healthy food demonstration, kid zone and the opportunity to hear from working families and your local elected officials on the importance of investing in child care and early learning, because Child Care Keeps Children Learning and Parents Earning! Let's work together to ensure our children and working families remain a priority in California! Registration required by July 1! FAQs What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? All day parking is available on site for $12. Street/meter parking and public transportation are also available. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? For any questions or to register by phone, please call (323) 421-2698.
532 South Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
CityRace Downtown LA: Center of the City of Angels
Skyscrapers! Disaster Films! Ouija Boards!
In CityRace Urban Adventure Hunts, teams of 2 to 4 players solve fun & challenging clues leading them on a 3-hour hunt through one of L.A.'s many diverse neighborhoods. Teams will crack codes, solve challenging puzzles, uncover little-known facts and more... all while racing against other teams to be first to the finish with the most correct answers!
Downtown Los Angeles has something for everyone. From breathtaking art and architecture to rich culture and history, our original CityRace hunt takes you through the captivating heart of the City of Angels. You'll solve challenging clues leading you from world-famous landmarks to undiscovered treasures in this classic urban adventure through the spectacular center of this dazzling, ever-changing metropolis.
23625 Civic Center Way, Malibu, 90265
The Malibu Arts Festival promises to offer something for everyone. 45 years of incredible high-end art, 45 years of beauty, 45 years of a wonderful event - known world wide! Produced by the Malibu Chamber of Commerce, the two-day weekend event will take place July 30-31, from 10 am to 6 pm, in front of the Malibu Civic Center.
Considered "one of the most beautiful outdoor art festivals in the nation," the Malibu Arts Festival features over 200 award-winning painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelers, and other unique artisans. The Festival is divided into five (5) unique Villages of Art: Fine Art, Fashion and Jewelry, Architecture and Home, Arts in Education and the Crafts Corner.
The Malibu Arts Festival also includes an entertainment stage where original musicians perform each day, a children's workshop where kids work with artists to create their own art, and a food truck terrace featuring exciting menu items with incredible cuisine.
What you need to know:
-July 30-31, 2016, 10a-6p each day
-Located at 23555 Civic Center Way between Cross Creek and Webb Way off PCH
-There is limited free parking and a $5 lot located adjacent to the festival
-Admission is $5 per person, kids free
For more information, continue to visit www.malibu.org for updates or call the Malibu Chamber of Commerce at (310) 456-9025.
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12:00pm to 2:00pm
"A full evening of "sound bath" healing for body, mind and soul" truly extraordanary !
Relax and Rejuvenate in the Healing Sounds of the Gong, Crystal & Tibetan Bowls, Voice and more...
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Get on your feet as Hollywoodbased Big Bang Television performs up-tempo, garage pop tunes at the Skirball. Guitarist Starr Scesniak and drummer Erik Shveima formed Big Bang Television in 2001, when the two lived in the same sun-drenched, notably neglected, 1960s-era apartment building in Hollywood. Mike Pepin, a regular at their Friday night jam sessions, joined the band soon after, and their high-energy garage pop sound coalesced. Having performed throughout Los Angeles for years, the band released their first album, La Brea, in 2015.