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Saturday 13 April 9:00am

American Heart Association OC Heart and Stroke Walk
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
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Sunday 14 April 12:00pm

The Help Group’s Festival of Arts 2024
Brad Buckman Photography Studio
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The Help Group proudly presents I See the World, The World Sees Me, a celebration of neurodiversity showcasing student artists, generously sponsored by Bear Givers for the 11th consecutive year. 
This annual art show will spotlight three captivating exhibitions by Help Group students:
· “Through Our Eyes”: A diverse collection of over 150 paintings.
· “The Art of STEM”: An innovative display featuring 3D art and graphic design.
· “POP Art”: A vibrant new installation featuring paintings inspired by popular culture.
At The Help Group, we believe in the transformative power of the arts for our students’ journey of self-expression and discovery. Through Bear Givers EmpowerArt, our students have the opportunity to convey and communicate the diversity of their experiences through art. Witnessing their artwork showcased in a studio setting is a moment of profound joy and accomplishment for our young artists.
This art show is open to Help Group families and the general community.
A special thank you to the Bear Givers, a remarkable New York-based nonprofit, that is dedicated to spreading happiness to children and adults in need. The EmpowerArt program provides invaluable opportunities for young artists with special needs to explore their creativity and take pride in showcasing their artwork at special exhibits.
Join us on Sunday, April 14, 2024, from 12 PM to 3 PM at Brad Buckman Photography Studio located at 820 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, 91505.
Sat-Sun 20-21 April 11:00am

Festival of Books
University of Southern California
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Bibliophiles flock to the USC campus for this L.A. Times-curated event, where you can roam stalls from booksellers and catch readings and panels from some of the most recognizable names in literature on April 20 and 21. In addition to the 250-plus exhibitors, expect an always-impressive lineup of speakers. Admission to the festival and its outdoor stages is free, though admission to indoor talks come with a small fee.
Saturday 20 April 4:00pm

3rd@1st Concert Series "Paris in Pasadena No. 2: 4
First United Methodist Church of Pasadena
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“Paris in Pasadena No. 2: 4 Hands on 1 Piano”
Vicki Ray and Junko Ueno Garrett
This is the second “Paris in Pasadena” concert in 2023-24 season, this time 4 hands on 1piano with a wonderful piano duo, Vicki Ray and Junko Ueno Garrett. They will perform Faure, Debussy, Ravel and Poulenc, exploring images and stories in each piece.
Sunday 21 April 9:00am

CicLAvia: Venice Blvd

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The event (inspired by the first Ciclovías in Bogotá, Colombia) welcomes bikes, tricycles, skateboards, strollers and basically anything else without an engine to ride a rotating cast of car-free routes.
Sunday 21 April 10:00am

Bob Baker Day
Los Angeles State Historic Park
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In celebration of the late Bob Baker, the namesake puppet theater hosts this annual celebration at Los Angeles State Historic Park. The free fest, which runs from 10am to 5pm, features puppet performances throughout the day, plus an assortment of crafts and activities that typically includes everything from bubbles to balloons to music.
Sat-Sun 27-28 April 12:00am

Pizza City Fest
LA Live
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Carb lovers, rejoice: this two-day festival dedicated to all things pizza is returning to L.A. Live. Sample over 40 different vendors, watch live dough demos and hear from pizza experts like Danny Boy's Daniel Holzman and food writer and pizza maker Karen Palmer.
Saturday 27 April 9:00am

American Heart Association Inland Empire Heart and Stroke Walk
Rancho Jurupa Park
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Sunday 28 April 11:00am

The Help Group and LA Parent's 11th Annual Special
The Help Group’s Autism Center
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Join The Help Group and LA Parent Magazine for our 11th Annual Special Needs Resource Fair. This is a great opportunity for parents and professionals to discover the wonderful resources that Los Angeles has to offer its special needs community.
DATE: Sunday, April 28th, 2024 TIME: 11 am - 2 pm LOCATION: The Help Group’s Autism Center
13164 Burbank Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA. 91401 FREE ADMISSION Enjoy children's activities, food, and family fun as you learn more about programs and services in the following areas... 
Education & Camps
Transitional & Vocational
Residential & Adult
Financial & Insurance
Legal & Advocacy
Medical & Therapeutic
Recreational & Creative Arts
Research
Resources
Retail & Products
And much more!
Plus … Children’s Activities, Food & Family Fun!!!
Friday 03 May 12:00am

First Fridays at the Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum
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If you’re sick of First Fridays only offering a high density of food trucks and lines at your favorite dive bars, check out something old—in a good way, we promise—at the Natural History Museum, where First Fridays offer dinosaurs and DJs.
Fri-Mon 03-27 May 11:00am

L.A. County Fair
Fairplex
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Sat-Sun 04-05 May 10:00am

Renaissance Pleasure Faire
Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area
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Sunday 05 May 4:00pm

Southland Symphony Season Finale - Ruslan Biryukov
Bethel Congregational Church
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Southland Symphony Season Finale with Ruslan Biryukov
Experience the grand finale of the Southland Symphony Orchestra with world renowned cellist Ruslan Biryukov performing the Khachaturian Cello Concerto at Bethel Congregational Church in Ontario California Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann conducting.
Also on the program:
Prokofiev's Symphony No. 1 in D Major Op. 25 - "Classical"
We are also especially pleased to present "La Leyenda del Quetzal y la Serpiente" (The Legend of the Quetzal Bird and the Snake) by José Elizondo, a living, Mexican-American Composer..
The performance of the Khachaturian Cello Concerto is dedicated in memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide.
📅 DATE: Sunday May 5 2024
🕓 TIME: 4pm
📍 VENUE: Bethel Congregational Church 536 N Euclid Ave Ontario CA 91762
TICKETS:
$20 VIP;
$10 General
Children under 12 - FREE;
Ontario Youth Symphony members - FREE
(VIP tickets include treat bags preferred seating and wine tasting at intermission.)
Get your tickets and/or Donate to support us here: https://givebutter.com/RUSLAN2024
🎶 Immerse yourself in the astounding energies of the cello experience the pure magic of live orchestral music and witness the culmination of a spectacular season with the Southland Symphony.
 Engage your senses and elevate your spirit as the powerful music resonates through the historic halls of the Bethel Congregational Church creating an ambiance that is simply awe-inspiring.
Mr. Biryukov is a frequent guest artist with the Southland Symphony. We are always thrilled to present his charismatic and energizing performances.
So - Join us for an evening of elegance artistry and pure musical bliss. It's an event that promises to leave you breathless and wanting more. Experience the magic of music like never before.
Unlock the door to a world of musical delight and reserve your spot for the Southland Symphony Season Finale with Ruslan Biryukov today!
Parking is available behind the church and there is abundant street parking as well. (Come early for the best parking places)
For more information visit our website - https://southlandsymphony.com
To see Ruslan in action with the Southland Symphony, check out the video listed at the top! It's from last year's AMAZING RUSLAN/SSO concert!
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Sunday 19 May 10:00am

CicLAvia: Wilmington

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The event (inspired by the first Ciclovías in Bogotá, Colombia) welcomes bikes, tricycles, skateboards, strollers and basically anything else without an engine to ride a rotating cast of car-free routes.
Sunday 19 May 12:00pm

11th Annual South Bay Beer & Wine Festival
Ernie Howlett Park
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Enjoy Unlimited tastings from 90+ Restaurant, Craft Brewery, Winery, and Distillery Participants. In our 11th year, the South Bay Beer & Wine Festival attracts the biggest and best collection of tastings from the entire southern California region and beyond. 
In addition to the Unlimited Tasting The Festival features a Silent Auction and Live Music performed by “Detour,” and Free Parking. In other words, the General Admission includes everything; no additional purchases necessary. 
Treat your palate and have blast with your friends at this kickoff to Summer on the beautiful Palos Verdes Peninsula. And best of all? You keep the souvenir glass! All proceeds fund the community outreach programs of Rotary Clubs within the South Bay and Harbor cities of Los Angeles.
21-years and over only. Produced by the volunteers of the Rotary Clubs of Palos Verdes Peninsula, San Pedro and South Bay Sunrise. Proceeds go 100% to fund community projects.
Saturday 05 October 7:00am

Race For The Rescues
Rose Bowl
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Race For The Rescues is a day when animal lovers of all ages come out to run, walk, shop or adopt - to help save the lives of homeless dog, cats, horses and farm animals in Southern California.