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Friday, February 19

QuiltCon: The largest modern quilting show of its kind.

Pasadena Convention Center Exhibit Hall

300 E Greene St., Pasadena, 91101


Presented by the Modern Quilt Guild, QuiltCon is the largest modern quilting show of its kind. Each year, the four-day quilt show attracts thousands of attendees from around the world for workshops, lectures, panels and more. The juried quilt show features nearly 400 stunning modern quilts that will pique your curiosity and inspire you to create your own! Dozens of vendors showcase all kinds of craft, needlework and sewing supplies.

Show and lecture passes are available at the doors, and a schedule of events can be viewed at quiltconwest.com/conference/schedule or quiltcon.com.

February 18-21, 2016
10-6 pm (except Sunday)

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Saturday, February 20

Yoga in the Garden

South Coast Botanic Garden

26300 Crenshaw Blvd, Palos Verdes Peninsula, 90274


"Join us for the yoga series “Resolve to Evolve”. A New Year’s Resolution is a noteworthy concept to start off the year for the better. Unfortunately, often times it zeros in on the negative aspects of the Self, which can evolve into a demoting exercise. Why not take a different approach? Join Nicole for a series on the fundamentals of yoga and meditation. Experience the long-lasting and powerful effects of a sincere yoga practice, embrace positive change on a fundamental level and enjoy the physical and mental benefits so you may never have to make a resolution again!
A wonderful benefit for the body and mind whether taken in the series or separately. Live music, sound healing and optional aromatherapy are a part of the experience! All levels encouraged."

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Bethanie Deeney Murguia Storytime & Book Signing

Children's Book World

10580 1/2 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064


Come to a fun-filled storytime where Bethanie Deeney Murguia will share her delightful new book, Cockatoo, Too. Two cockatoos meet two more cockatoos in tutus and two tutued toucans. And then two more! Can they all can-can? The cockatoos and toucans join together for a dance and ask the reader: "Can you can-can too?" Bethanie Deeney Murguia's charming book combines fantastically funny wordplay with lush, vibrant illustrations that will make readers want to can-can along! For ages 3 to 6.

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Monday, February 22

Ethan Canin discusses and signs A Doubter’s Almanac

Skirball Center

2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90049


In this mesmerizing novel, Ethan Canin, the New York Times bestselling author of America America and The Palace Thief, explores the nature of genius, rivalry, ambition, and love among multiple generations of a gifted family.  Milo Andret is born with an unusual mind. A lonely child growing up in the woods of northern Michigan in the 1950s, he gives little thought to his own talent. But with his acceptance at U.C. Berkeley he realizes the extent, and the risks, of his singular gifts. California in the seventies is a seduction, opening Milo s eyes to the allure of both ambition and indulgence. The research he begins there will make him a legend; the woman he meets there and the rival he meets alongside her will haunt him for the rest of his life. For Milo’s brilliance is entwined with a dark need that soon grows to threaten his work, his family, even his existence.   Spanning seven decades as it moves from California to Princeton to the Midwest to New York, A Doubter’s Almanac tells the story of a family as it explores the way ambition lives alongside destructiveness, obsession alongside torment, love alongside grief. It is a story of how the flame of genius both lights and scorches every generation it touches. Graced by stunning prose and brilliant storytelling, A Doubter’s Almanac is a surprising, suspenseful, and deeply moving novel, a major work by a writer who has been hailed as the most mature and accomplished novelist of his generation. (Random Ho

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Three Films by Jennifer Reeder

REDCAT Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater

631 West 2nd St, Los Angeles, 90012


L.A. premiere
Drawing on forms as varied as TV after-school specials, music videos and magical realism, Jennifer Reeder constructs intimate narratives about relationships, trauma and coping. Her latest acclaimed work, Blood Below the Skin, chronicles a turbulent week in the life of three teenage girls, from different social circles, ahead of the school dance. Also on tap are the L.A. debut of A Million Miles Away, a festival circuit favorite in which a distressed substitute teacher and a teen girls’ choir revel in the melancholy of a Judas Priest anthem, and Seven Songs About Thunder, a dark feminist comedy about a mother, her daughter, a liar, and a therapist.

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Friday, September 2

Sunday, November 6

Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally - Summer of 69: No Apostrophe


366 N. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048


(SOLD OUT) Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally are yanking the britches right off of their marriage, exposing the salacious details of their fiery union for all the world to enjoy, featuring songs, funny talking, heavy ribaldry, light petting and an astonishing final act of completion.

The accomplished entertainers have also won multiple awards including a Television Critics Association Award for Achievement in Comedy and two Critics Choice Television Awards for Offerman and two Emmy Awards and four Screen Actors Guild Awards for Megan Mullally. While having earned massive recognition for the work on-screen, the team also thrive on stage in front of a live audience having most recently wowed audiences with their work together in "Annapurna."

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