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Saturday, July 2

The Clifton’s Canteen

Clifton's Cafeteria- Clifton's at Night

648 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, 90014

8:00pm

Celebrate 4th of July weekend by honoring the men and women of service as CAC Studios joins Clifton’s for a full scale U.S.O. star studded bash! Punch up your dance card while dancing with the stars and fill up on drinks with your ration card while you enjoy the show! Flash back to an era gone by when the Andrew Sisters, Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe and the stars of the 40s entertain the troops with standards that you know and love all played by a jazz hot band! This is a one time event that you won’t want to miss, you brush off your 40s fashion and come celebrate in style!

Free Admission for Active Military and Veterans.
For more information please [email protected]

Come Celebrate Independence Day at the Canteen

What to Expect
• Big Band and non-stop action
• Songs performed by some of your favorite icons from the era.
• Dress in your best 1940’s fashion and be part of the act.

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Sunday, July 3

Pterosaurs: Flight In the Age of Dinosaurs

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, 90007

9:30am

Immerse yourself in this interactive exhibition and take off with these prehistoric kings of the air who ruled the skies during the time dinosaurs dominated the land. Discover the mysterious world of Pterosaurs and get hands-on with interactive apps, walk under life-size models, and soar through the skies over prehistoric landscapes as you pilot your own Pterosaur in the Virtual Flight Lab. L.A skies will never be the same when Pterosaurs takes flight at NHM. For more information and to buy your timed Ptickets please visit: http://www.nhm.org/site/explore-exhibits/upcoming-exhibits/pterosaurs

Hours: 9:30AM-5PM daily except on some holidays

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DAVID BOWIE NITE w/Guest DJ Jose Maldonado [from SWEET & TENDER HOOLIGANS]

The Echo

1822 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026

10:00am

Part Time Punks devotes an entire evening to the 40+ years of David Bowie's brilliant back catalogue... From psychedelic folk to glitter and glam, from funk to soul and the thin white duke. From Ziggy to Iggy to Eno to Fripp to Bolan to Lennon to Jagger and Lou and Andy and Freddy (Mercury) and even Nicholas Roeg and David Lynch...all the best of Bowie's collaborations will get a spin, too, not to mention his glam contemporaries and post-punk disciples...

AND since Monday is a holiday, which means no work, no school and ALL play...you can ALL come out & dance 'til 2am (and still hit all the BBQs the next day!)

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The Rock 'N' Roll Flea Market

Regent Theater

448 S. Main Street, Los Angeles, 90013

11:00am

The first Sunday of every month. $2 cover, Free if you eat at Prufrock. The RnR Flea will bring together a collection of impressive hand picked vendors including vintage collections and antiquities dealers, vintage clothing, jewelry makers, music memorabilia, vinyl, local food vendors, food trucks, craftsmen and used musical instruments dealers.

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Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band

California Plaza

350 South Grand Avenue, 350 South Grand Avenue, 0

3:00pm

For its 30th anniversary Grand Performances has a special line-up of free, family-friendly concerts and activities on Sunday afternoons as part of its season. A stage set into a waterfall at Grand Avenue’s California Plaza fills each weekend with music, dance, multimedia, and spoken word performances among the tall office and residential skyscrapers in downtown Los Angeles. Performances run from June 10 through August 21.

The family programming series includes a free interactive workshop beginning 30 minutes before show time and themed to the performance.

Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band (July 3 @ 3:00pm) – Known as the face of kindie music, these Latin Grammy and Emmy winners bring smart, bilingual, crafty lyrics with irresistibly fresh pop beats. They star in the PBS series Lishy Lou and Lucky Too.

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Monday, July 4

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