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Sunday, March 29

Springtime Open House & Studio Blessing at In & Up Pilates

In & Up Pilates

2023 Riverside Dr., Los Angeles, 90039

2:00pm to 5:00pm

SPECIAL EVENT at In & Up Pilates!
Springtime Studio Blessing & Open House

Sunday, March 29
2:00pm - 5:00pm in PDT
https://www.facebook.com/events/680175785426603/

Springtime Studio Blessing & Open House
Please join us as we present African Master Yoruba Drummer *AYO*!
Ayo Adeyemi will lead a Nigerian Drum Circle ceremony of music and dance to connect with spiritual energy.

Admission is FREE and this is a family-friendly event!

Light refreshments including traditional ceremonial fruit offerings will be served.

Come on out and join our wellness community to celebrate Springtime and move your body!
Sunday, March 29at 2:00pm - 5:00pm in PDT

In & Up Pilates
2023 Riverside Dr, Los Angeles, California 90039
www.inuppilates.com
show contact info

To learn more about AYO, please visit his website: http://losangelesafricanyorubadrummusic.com/

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The New West Symphony Presents The Planets

Oxnard Performing Arts Center

800 Hobson Way, oxnard, 93030

4:00pm

The planets align with the northern lights when acclaimed violinist Jennifer Frautschi makes her New West Symphony debut with Jean Sibelius’ glowing and virtuosic Violin Concerto. Led by music director Marcelo Lehninger, the orchestra will take the audience on a musical journey- complete with multimedia- through the vastness of space with Gustav Holst’s The Planets.

Sibelius Concerto in D Minor for Violin & Orchestra, Opus 47
Holst The Planets

March 27, 8pm– Oxnard Performing Arts Center, 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard. Tickets from $29-$82

March 28, 8pm – Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Thousand Oaks. Tickets from $29-$102.

March 29, 4pm – Barnum Hall, 601 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica. Tickets from $29-$82.

To purchase tickets visit newwestsymphony.org or call 866-776-8400.

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The Last Sunday: A Night of Poetry and Art

USVAA Theater in the AMVETS Post II Building

10858 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA

6:00pm to 9:00pm

The Last Sunday is back with a spectacular line up for you on March 29th. An Art Gallery, an open mic, and two of Los Angeles’s most entertaining performers.

Peter Coca studied acting in N.Y. and performed in many plays Off- Broadway including the Butcher’s Son in Caravaggio and Solly in The Connection. Peter continued acting in many plays in Los Angeles, his favorite part being The Grandma in The American Dream. In April, Peter will be performing another one man show “The Best Liked Gangster in Town” - from a new book he has just finished called “Tales From The Little Apple”.

Antonieta Villamil is an international award winning bilingual poet, writer, singer and editor with over 11 published books. She focuses her writing on the forgotten ones and honors them with a persistence that compels us to hear their voices. She directs the review and salon “Poesía Féstival” that brings poetry to the under-served community of native Spanish speakers in Los Angeles. The Last Sunday is proud to present our first Arts Gallery, featuring some of the most talented artists to come out of the armed forces.

Displaying their art: Joan Pahoyo (Veteran, U.S. Navy), Zea (Veteran, U.S.M.C.), Christopher Sweeney (Veteran, U.S.M.C.), Thomas Dang (Veteran, U.S.M.C.), Otto Sturcke (Veteran, U.S.M.C.)

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Laugh for a Cause charity comedy show to benefit Michelle's Place Breast Cancer Resource Center

Laugh Factory, Hollywood

8001 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90046

6:30pm to 9:00pm

Chocolate Sundaes Charity Comedy Show benefiting Michele's Place Breast Cancer Resource Center '

Join Reality TV personality Sasha Horne in a Reality Rally beneift comedy show!

When? Sunday, March 29th at 6:30pm

The Location World Famous Laugh Factory - Hollywood 8001 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90046

Valet & self parking available

Tickets $20 advance tickets

$30 at the door if not sold out!

Please note: The Laugh Factory has a two-drink minimum policy for all comedy show guests.

More on Michelle's Place : With the mission of providing emotional and education support and facilitating breast health care services, Michelle’s Place was founded in 2001 to provide support and resources to women battling breast cancer.

The center also educates the community about breast cancer prevention and detection.

http://www.Michellesplace.org
http://www.Facebook.com/PinkRibbonMP
http://www.Twitter.com/PinkRibbonMP

The 411 on Reality Rally:

Created by Gillian Larson from Survivor Gabon Reality Rally is a 3-hour competition modeled after CBS’ The Amazing Race. Participants will go all over Old Town Temecula completing multiple challenges to win bragging rights and the prize but most importantly raising funds for Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center in Temecula. Reality Stars will be teamed up with the public who have registered on a team and to complete the Challenge Course.

http://www.RealityRally.com
http://www.Facebook.com/RealityRally
http://www.Twitter.com/RealityRally

More on the weekly "Chocolate Sundaes" Comedy Show at the Laugh Factory
The Chocolate Sundaes Comedy Show is one of Hollywood's premiere comedic destination hosting two shows each week.
The Chocolate Sundaes Team was kind enough to host this charity comedy show to benefit Michelle's Place Breast Cancer Resource Center, a 501(c) organization.
Get on the guest list: http://www.ChocolateSundaes.com

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Monday, March 30

Tuesday, March 31

Velocity and Vulnerability: Baseball Pitchers and the Limits of Human Performance

University Park Campus Dedeaux Field (DDX)

Dedeaux Field, Los Angeles, 90089

11:00am

(3/31) Will baseball pitchers ever throw 120-mile-per-hour fastballs, or have we reached the human bodys speed limit? What does it mean that we expect athletes to transcend limits and seek perfection? Questions like these pertain to both the beautiful science of biomechanics and the often-unforgiving culture of sports fandom. Join us for a conversation under the lights of USCs storied Dedeaux Field with major-league phenomenon and USC alumnus Mark Prior, pitching legend and USC alumnus Tom House, USC kinesiology professor Jill McNitt-Gray and Keck School of Medicine orthopedic surgeon Dr. George Hatch, who works closely with USCs Athletic Medicine Department, providing care for student-athletes and sports teams. After the discussion, test your arm against the pros with radar guns and motion-capture equipment. In conjunction, the USC Libraries and USC Athletics will present an exhibition of baseball memorabilia and other items from their collections, including the Biomechanics of Motion collection in the USC Digital Library.

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Wednesday, April 1

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