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Sunday, March 1

Family Day at the University Art Museum

University Art Museum

1250 Bellflower Blvd, Long Beach, 90815

2:00pm to 4:00pm

Come join us for a family day at the UAM, in conjunction with the exhibition, Jessica Rath: A Better Nectar. Photo art activities with plants will be available for children on the UAM plaza. The Consumed and MOCA 8 exhibitions will also be on view.

Family Day will include activities and information booths including:

- Children's photosensitive art projects using plants, led by UAM Docent Council
- Demonstrations from the City of Long Beach Sustainability Office
- Interactive Ti'at Restoration workshop, CSULB American Indian Studies
- Grow Beach University Garden, Associated Students, Inc.
- Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden, CSULB

2-3pm: Lecture on native California plants, Lisa Novick, Theodore Payne Foundation. Native plants will be available for sale.
3-4pm: Gallery walkthrough with Jessica Rath and digital designer Elise Co of Aeolab.

* Free parking in LOT 3

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A Faery Hunt's Auntie Angelica's Fairy Garden story

Whitefire Theatre

13500 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

4:00pm to 5:00pm

Have a Magical time in Auntie Angelica's Fairy Garden! This musical adventure will take the children through the faery door to meet the Faeries, a loveable funny gnome and even the King of Faeryland with his Unicorn Eunice! With the magical characters and puppets, the children help Auntie make her garden beautiful!
Groups and birthdays are welcome.

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Zombie Joes Underground Theatre Group at Z.J.U.

4850 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, 91601


Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group proudly presents their inaugural theatrical-storytelling evening of deliciously-thrilling tales of love, hate horror & inspiration, performed live with zest and passion on the ZJU stage!
Hosted by Jim Eshom and Produced by Zombie Joe

Limited Engagement ONLY 2 Performances Only...
SUNDAYS @ 7:00pm - March 1st and 8th, 2015
Tickets Only $12

Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group at Z.J.U.
4850 Lankershim Blvd North Hollywood CA 91601
(Just north of 101-134 Fwys across from KFC)

Reservations: (818) 202 - 4120
Tickets $12 Cash/MC/Visa/Debit card accepted at door or BUY ONLINE at http://ZombieJoes.TIX.com

- Doors open at half hour before showtime - No Late Seating
- Come relax in our lofty lounge
- No food or drink inside
- Take the Red Line to North Hollywood Subway Station http://mta.net (Now open til 2am!)
- Plenty of street parking
- Allow 5 minutes for seating

ZJU's 2015 Merrymaking Gala of Shows:

NIGHTMARES TRIO - Sat at 11pm, Feb 28-Mar 7,14 & 21
TALES FROM THE UNDERGROUND - ONLY 2 shows Sun @ 7pm, Mar 1 & 8 $12
KARAOKEAPOCALYPSE: The Monster Plays 1-4 - Only 4 shows Fri @ 11pm, Mar 20-Apr 10

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Monday, March 2

Alan Chan Jazz Orchestra: Baa...Baa...Big Band Night – Celebrate the Year of the Sheep

Typhoon at the Santa Monica Airport

3221 Donald Douglas Loop South, Santa Monica, 90405

8:00pm to 10:30pm

Celebrate the Year of the Sheep with 18 top-notch musicians and music by award-winning composer Alan Chan. In addition to tunes from his “Shrimp Tale” album’s splendid orchestration and intriguing stories, enjoy also fine dining and Asian cuisine brought to you by Typhoon!

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Hardcore Home Movies

REDCAT Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater

631 West 2nd St, Los Angeles, 90012

8:30pm to 10:30pm

Presented as part of the Jack H. Skirball Series.
This radically fun and eclectic collection of queer film and video works assembled by programmer Bradford Nordeen draws from punk and queercore archives, and includes essential works by Jonesy, Jill Reiter, G.B. Jones and Greta Snider, in addition to unearthing recent finds and lesser-known titles. Nordeen launched Dirty Looks as a monthly platform for queer experimental film and video in 2011, and has brought it to a variety of venues, from film festivals and museums to rooftops and unlikely social spaces in new York and on the West Coast.

In person: Bradford Nordeen, Jonesy, and Jill Reiter

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