1001 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, BURBANK, 91506
8:00am to 3:00pm
The Vintage Clothing & Textile Show, featuring 65 exhibitors selling and displaying a wide selection of antique textiles and Vintage Clothing returns to the Pickwick Gardens whenever there is a 5th Sunday in the month!! A huge variety of vintage and gently worn designer clothing will be shown along with vintage table and bed linens, Victorian lace, draperies and cushions, a variety of wearable decorative trims, buttons, shoes, handbags, accessories– the list goes on!
In its 31st year, the show has attracted a loyal and enthusiastic following. In recent shows designer resale has been a noticeably strong trend. Participating dealers are known to save their best and most unusual items for this event and their audience knows it. There is always something for everyone, from the most discerning collector to the college student on a limited budget! Designers are often seen there looking for fresh ideas taken from old fabrics.
The Pickwick Gardens is located at 1001 Riverside Drive in Burbank. Hours are from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm and admission is $8.00 per person. Accompanied children sixteen and under are free, and free parking is available. Please call 310-359-5603 for further information
8039 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park, 90620
Celebrate Knott’s delicious roots during the Boysenberry Festival, March 28 – April 12, in the theme park’s historic Ghost Town. The 16-day and entertainment festival returns with an unforgettable lineup of exquisite Boysenberry Bites, dazzling entertainment, the Wine and Craft Brew Tasting Garden, and more farm fresh fun the whole family will love!
Sun up to sun down festival includes dueling fiddlers, Jammin’ in the Dark, Peanuts Party in the Park, vine dancing, swing dancing, live music, and other live entertainment. The limited-time Festival is included with admission to Knott’s Berry Farm.
19130 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana, 91356
10:30am to 11:30am
Winner of the Nickelodeon's Award for "Best Children's Theater in Los Angeles ," come and join the faery folke on a fun and gentle quest for the Faery Royalty. As the audience makes their way through the forest, they actually become part of the story. The shows are for children, boys and girls, and the young-at-heart. Most of the children come in costume. There is something for the whole family in this interactive original show. Groups and birthdays are welcome.
Reservations at 818-324-6802
131 N. Avenue 50, Los Angeles, CA 90042
11:00am to 2:00pm
&Now * ¿Y Ahora? * ¡Ya es hora! * What now? * ¿Ahora qué? * Now is the time! * ¡Ya es el momento! * ¡Como ya! * And how!
Avenue 50 Studio en Highland Park
131 North Avenue 50
Los Angeles CA 90042
El domingo / Sunday
March 29 / 29 de marzo
11am - 2pm
Avenue 50 Studio in/en Highland Park
131 North Avenue 50
Los Angeles CA 90042
** English version of this info appears below **
Co-curado/no-curado por Antena (Jen Hofer y John Pluecker) y co-patrocinado por Bluebird Reading Series y Writ Large Press, YAhora se llevará a cabo un día después de que termine el festival &Now.
YAhora te invita a escuchar obra que cruza fronteras, que no le hace caso a las fronteras, que contempla las fronteras, a hacer performance o des-performance de las fronteras, a habitar o criticar o celebrar la mezcla de culturas, idiomas y experiencias que se propicia en la zona metropolitana de Los Ángeles.
Va a haber obra multilingüe, obra traducida (con lectura de los originales) o obra escrita en un idioma que no sea el ingles de las siguientes personas:
Christian Hawkey (árabe y español y francés)
Karineh Mahdessian (armenio y farsi)
Gregoire Pam Dick (alemán)
Chiwan Choi (coreano)
Eunsong Kim (coreano)
Patrick Greaney (francés e italiano)
Oana Avasilichioaei (francés y rumano)
Jennifer Scappettone (italiano)
Alexis Almeida (español)
Gloria Enedina Álvarez (español)
Jessica Ceballos (español)
Marcelo S. Dansey (español, guaraní, portugués)
Guido Ignatti (español)
Marco Antonio Huerta (español)
Román Luján (español)
elena minor (español)
Amy Sánchez (español, mixteco (tu'un savi), nahuatl, espanglish)
Carlos Soto-Román (español)
Gelare Khoshgozaran (farsi)
Hilary Kaplan (portugués)
Lucas de Lima (portugués)
YAhora es una oportunidad para lxs escritorxs que hayan venido de todas partes del EEUU y más allá y para lxs escritorxs de Los Ángeles a vincularse, conversar y aprender mutuamente de las obras y mundos de cada unx. Queremos que este evento sea una manera por la que las personas que hayan asistido a &Now puedan entablar una conversación con la comunidad literaria y cultural de la región transfronteriza de Los Ángeles, y también una oportunidad para lxs escritorxs de Los Ángeles que no puedan asistir a &Now de conocer a lxs escritorxs maravillosxs que estarán en el festival.
Nos emociona la idea de la cacofonía desbordada, los enredos alegres y multilingües y el no-entender todo lo que oímos. ¡Ojala que vengas!
Co-curated/uncurated by Antena (Jen Hofer and John Pluecker) and co-sponsored by the Bluebird Reading Series and Writ Large Press, YAhora will take place one day after the &Now festival ends.
YAhora invites you to listen to work that traverses borders, ignores borders, contemplates borders, performs or de-performs borders, and inhabits or critiques or celebrates the mixing of cultures, languages and experiences that Los Angeles invites.
We'll have all multilingual work, work in translation (with originals), or work written in a language other than English by the following people:
Christian Hawkey (Arabic/Spanish/French)
Karineh Mahdessian (Armenian and Farsi)
Gelare Khoshgozaran (Farsi)
Patrick Greaney (French and Italian)
Oana Avasilichioaei (French and Romanian)
Gregoire Pam Dick (German)
Jennifer Scappettone (Italian)
Chiwan Choi (Korean)
Eunsong Kim (Korean)
Hilary Kaplan (Portuguese)
Lucas de Lima (Portuguese)
Alexis Almeida (Spanish)
Gloria Enedina Álvarez (Spanish)
Jessica Ceballos (Spanish)
Marcelo S. Dansey (Spanish, Guaraní, Portuguese)
Guido Ignatti (Spanish)
Marco Antonio Huerta (Spanish)
Román Luján (Spanish)
elena minor (Spanish)
Amy Sánchez (Spanish, Mixteco (Tu'un savi), Nahuatl, Spanglish)
Carlos Soto-Román (Spanish)
YAhora is an opportunity for writers who have come to &Now from all over the U.S. and beyond and fellow writers in Los Angeles to connect, to converse, and to learn about each other’s works and worlds. We intend this event as a way for folks who have attended &Now to engage with the literary and cultural community of the larger cross-border Los Angeles region, and as an opportunity for writers from greater Los Angeles who can’t attend &Now to experience some of the amazing writers who will be at the festival.
We are excited for wild cacophony, joyous multilingual entanglements, and not understanding everything we hear. Come out!
695 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
Gloria Avrech discusses and signs Nana’s Amazing Journey: A Shamanic Children’s Story
Nana is seeking a connection to her inner Spirit. Her granddaughter, Lily-Rose, helps her by creating a special experience which ends up surprising and amazing both of them. Their imaginative travel takes them into magical and real, inner and outer worlds. In this delightful story, the reader learns about shamanic ritual and journey work. Also, the reader learns that the old fashioned idea, “Children should be seen and not heard.” is incorrect. Actually, children should be seen and heard; someone young can instruct someone old. Wisdom and knowledge can be found in humans of all ages.
James Matlack Raney discusses and signs Jim Morgan and the King of Thieves
Eleven year-old Jim Morgan once had a home, a life of comfort, and a future full of promise. But all that changed the night his father was murdered. Now Jim is on the run from his father’s enemies, a wicked count and his vengeful son, and at the same time, trying to decipher the secret to the last mystery his father left him – the hidden location of an ancient treasure.