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Saturday, October 10

BierBeisl Oktoberfest in DTLA

BierBeisl Imbiss

541 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA

11:00am to 2:00am

Come celebrate Oktoberfest at BierBeisl Imbiss with traditional entertainment and authentic food and drink:  oversized beers, giant pretzel, pork shanks + spaetzle, beer flights, Austrian donuts, sweet and savory knoedels, sausages (of course) and more….all served on festive tables in The Spring Arcade, in the heart of downtown LA’s historic core. Prizes for best lederhosen and best dirndl and best hat.

Every ticket includes a 10oz beer, an organic pretzel and an official BierBeisl Oktoberfest T-shirt.

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Ten Feet: Art Meets the River

Spoke Bicycle Cafe

3050 N Coolidge, Los Angeles, 90039

12:00pm to 5:00pm

The LA RIVER PUBLIC ART PROJECT is sponsoring TEN FEET, a series of temporary art installations illustrating the creative energies of riverfront and artist communities. WHY TEN FEET? In response to LA’s recently adopted guidelines requiring river-friendly improvements for riverfront properties (a 10-foot buffer zone), this project is intended to heighten public awareness of the guidelines, stimulate discussion about creative opportunities along the river, and present a range of artistic responses. The LA RIVER PUBLIC ART PROJECT will curate specific segments of the 10-foot zone for exhibition of ideas for this critical ribbon of space that bounds our newest and potentially largest continuous trail and open space system in the City.

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One-on-One with Charles Dickson

California African American Museum

600 State Drive, Exposition Park, CA 0


As a public artist, Dickson is no stranger to the paperwork and bureaucratic maze an artist has to traverse to solidify an art commission. Aside from prevailing over these challenges, Dickson’s real passion is trying to elevate the type of artworks that are reviewed, approved and allowed to be accepted in lower-income neighborhoods. Dickson shares his philosophy of how higher-end designs of artworks can serve to be not only functional, but change the landscape of the community and the vision of its residents and visitors.

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Popol Vuh: Heart of Heaven

Grand Park

200 N. Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012


Against the backdrop of Los Angeles’ iconic City Hall, the famed Chicano theatre company El Teatro Campesino creates an epic visual feast, “Popol Vuh: Heart of Heaven,” which tells the story of the Mayan creation myth with an L.A. twist through the use of towering puppetry, music and dance. CTG’s neighbors in Boyle Heights will perform alongside members of El Teatro
Campesino, culminating a year-long process of puppet-making, performance and music workshops. “Popol Vuh: Heart of Heaven” highlights local talent and reaches across centuries and
cultures to celebrate life and creation. Audience members are encouraged to pack a picnic and bring blankets, pillows or low chairs.

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Sounds of LA


735 S Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017

5:00pm to 8:00pm

Event Name: Sounds of LA

Description: A free monthly music series offering an eclectic snapshot of the current music scene in Los Angeles, curated to introduce music lovers to new directions in jazz, soul, Latin, roots and pop music.

Date: Saturdays, July 11 – November 14, 2015

Time: 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Location: FIGat7th TASTE Courtyard

Address: 735 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017

Presenter: Arts Brookfield

Website: www.ArtsBrookfield.com

Cost: Free and open to the public

October 10th - Moonchild with KCRW DJ Aaron Byrd

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