It’s SUNDAY! Explore the new and interesting events available today. Some of these activities are FREE! So, take a look! There are some items this list I did not have time to tell you about during this morning’s broadcast.
Check the Covid-19 safety protocols before you go! Enjoy! Please stay safe!
2022 Pasadena Showcase House of Design
Today is the last day to explore the extraordinary design of the 2022 Pasadena Showcase House of Design. This 1905 English Tudor mansion historic, known as Oaklawn Manor is South Pasadena has received superstar designer treatment inside and out from more than a dozen of the best in the business. Proceeds from this event supports music programs at local schools. Details are on the pasadenashowcase.org website.
Museums of the Arroyo Day
The Gamble House
Los Angeles Police Museum
Pasadena Museum of History
The Gamble House, Heritage Square, the Los Angeles Police Museum, and the Southwest Museum, Lummis House and the Pasadena Museum of History are among the six museums participating in today’s MUSEUMS OF THE ARROYO DAY event. Visit one or all six for free! Covid-19 safety requirements and visiting details are on the museumofthearroyo.com website.
“I’ll Have What She’s Having” : The Jewish Deli
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard
310 440 4500
That famous scene from the 1989 romantic comedy “WHEN HARRY MET SALLY” is the title of a new exhibition at the Skirball Cultural Center, which explores the delicatessen and how Jewish immigrants from Central and Eastern Europe created a uniquely American restaurant. The exhibition is guaranteed to teach fascinating cultural cuisine history as well as having you crave pastrami sandwich by the time you end your tour. Details are on the skirball.org website.
Takashi Murakami : Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow
This Is Not America’s Flag
The Broad Museum has a special exhibition. TAKASHI MURAKAMI : STEPPINGING ON THE TAIL OF A RAINBOW is the artist’s first solo exhibition at The Broad.
Among the works presented are the artist’s monumental paintings, including the 32-foot-wide 100 Arhats (2013).
Also special at The Broad, the exhibition “THIS IS NOT AMERICA’S FLAG, featuring the work of more than 20-artists and the way artists explore the symbol of the flag of the United States of America. Today at 2pm there will be a conversation among the exhibiting artists. We’re invited to participate in person or livestream on Facebook and YouTube. Exhibition and artist conversation details are on thebroad.org website.
Getty Center & Getty Trust
10 Free Community Art Festivals Across Los Angeles
11am to 6pm
Getty 25 Celebrates Lincoln Heights / East LA
3540 North Mission Road
Plaza de la Raza
The Getty Center, the Getty Trust, and its diverse group of community partners celebrate the center 25th anniversary with a series of 10 free outdoor neighborhood festivals. This weekend the celebration is happening in the Lincoln Heights and East Los Angeles community starting at
11am. The complete schedule of Getty 25 Celebrates events is the getty.edu website.
The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire
15501 Arrow Highway
626 969 4750
Have faire fun 16th century England style at the ORIGINAL Renaissance Pleasure Faire. It returns to Irwindale in all its great people watching glory as well as food and drink, medieval activities, one-of-a-kind shopping, and unique photo opportunities. Details are on the renfair.com website.
Bug Fair 2022
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County 900 Exposition Boulevard
213 763 3466
More than one-million species. Only one Bug Fair happening at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. There are a variety of exhibitors so we can see everything from exotic insect collections to bug related products. And, then there’s my favorite, the Bug Chef Cooking Demonstrations!
Yum! Bug Chef Aly Moore says don’t squirm! She says bugs have been a dietary staple for millions of people around the world for centuries. Have an open mind! Remember when people thought sushi was not an appropriate menu item. BUG FAIR details are on the nhm.org website.
Back to Our Roots
LA County Fair
Thursday, May 5th – Monday, May 30th
1101 West McKinley Avenue
909 623 3111
Yes! The LA County Fair returns celebrating its 100th anniversary by going back to its roots with its traditional attractions. The LA County Fair is open now, during the cooler Spring temperatures through the end of this month.
So, let’s make this a “fair food” Sunday. Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.
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