Calender Of Events Los Angeles County January 2018

Calender Of Events Los Angeles County January 2018

Tournament of Roses  Jan. 1

Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game. It’s a celebration more than a century old – a festival of flowers, music and sports unequaled anywhere else in the world. It’s America’s New Year Celebration, a greeting to the world on the first day of the year, and a salute to the community spirit and love of pageantry that have thrived in Pasadena for more than 100 years.

Time/Place: 8am / Pasadena  


411 With The Chief   Jan. 3

Come meet Chief Eugene Harris of the San Gabriel Police Department in this monthly 411 session in Council Chambers at City Hall. This is your chance to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know your local Police Chief in an informal environment.

Time/Place: 6-7:30pm / San Gabriel Council Chamber: 425 S. Mission Dr.

Contact: 626-308-2800 /

Fruit Tree Giveaway   Jan. 4

No advanced registration necessary to receive your fruit tree. Participants may take one tree per family while supplies last.

Time/Place: 6:30-8pm / Freedom Park: 3801 E. 61st Street, Huntington Park

Contact: 310-402-6771 /

L.A. Chocolate Festival & Pastry Show   Jan. 6

Will offer patrons an opportunity to sample decadent creations from these celebrated chefs and others. Specialty drinks will also be available along with live music.  Several vendors will be on hand for patrons to also purchase sweets and wines.  Proceeds from this event will go to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants.

Time/Place: 3-6pm / Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza

Contact: 213-915-8003 /

Palmdale Free e-Waste Recycling Event   Jan. 6

Items accepted at the e-waste event include computers, tablets, printers, televisions, VCR’s, telephones, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, speakers, electronic games, household batteries, fluorescent light bulbs and cell phones.

Time/Place: 8am-1pm / Marie Kerr Park: 2723 Ranch Vista Blvd.

Contact: 661-267-5100 /

Fruit Tree Giveaway   Jan. 6

No advanced registration necessary to receive your fruit tree. Participants may take one tree per family while supplies last.

Time/Place: 9am-12pm / Community Center: 6923 Salt Lake Avenue, Huntington Park

Contact: 310-402-6771 /

Las Posadas Celebration   Jan. 6

A candle-lit procession at the City Hall lawn will bring the community together during the holiday season. This festive event will feature caroling of holiday songs, light refreshments, cultural activities for children, such as piñatas, and special performances by Mariachis and ballet folklorico dancers.  

Time/Place: 6-9pm / Norwalk City Hall

Contact: 562-929-5700 /

Experimental Forest Workday   Jan. 6

The September 2017 La Tuna Canyon Fire burned through the Verdugo Mountains destroying most of the trees we planted in the past five years. Lend a hand as we clean up the site and plant new trees as part of the restoration process.

Time/Place: 9am / Hostetter Fire Road gate off La Tuna Canyon Road

Contact: 818-548-2000 /

The Battle of Rio San Gabriel   Jan. 6

It was the largest land battle in California’s history, right here in Montebello! Living history, period music & dancers! Come see uniformed American & Californio reenactors - experience the smell of the black powder from the musket firing demonstrations! Food and beverages will be available for sale.

Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Juan Matias Sanchez Adobe Museum & Historic Site

Contact: 323-819-5103 /

LA Art Show   Jan. 10-14

Already the city’s largest international art fair, for its 23rd edition, the showcase is continuing its expansion into the global art market with a new partnership with The Museum of the Arts of Guadalajara, as well as exhibitors from more than 18 countries.

Time/Place: See website for schedule. / LA Convention Center

Contact: 310-822-9145 /

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service   Jan. 13

Opportunity for the entire community to join together in the spirit of his legacy to help shape and transform the City through service.

Contact: 661-723-6077 /

Vendor Village at GHS Pep Club Cheer and Dance Competition   Jan. 13

Cheer and dance athletes of all ages (youth, high school and college) will descend upon Glendora High School to compete in the Golden State Spirit Classic. Come and peddle you wares as a vendor at the Vendor Village.

Time/Place: 8am-6pm / Glendora High School: 1600 E. Foothill Boulevard


Claremont Tree Planting Event   Jan. 13

Please join us as we give back to the City’s Urban Forest by planting trees! Volunteers will assist City staff and Sustainable Claremont with tree planting at the park and neighboring streets around the park.

Time/Place: 8:30am-12pm / Larkin Park: 600 N. Mountain Avenue

Contact: 909-399-5431 /

Miles Of Music 5K   Jan. 14

The Mission of Youth Mentoring is to awaken at-risk youth to their power, unique gifts and purpose by matching them with caring adult mentors and placing that match within a structured group dynamic that provides the resources youth need to reach productive, conscious adulthood.

Time/Place: 8-11am / CBS Radford-Backlot, Studio City


West Covina Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.   Jan. 15

“Soaring to New Heights” Featuring Keynote Speaker Kimberly Anyadike.

Time/Place: 11am-2pm / City Hall: 1444 W. Garvey Avenue South

Contact: 323-309-3954 /

Touch-A-Truck Event   Jan. 20

A special event where children can see, touch, explore and honk the horns of their favorite trucks and emergency vehicles serving the Malibu community. All ages welcome! Event will include construction trucks, emergency vehicles, story time, art activity, LA-Donut Truck and more.

Time/Place: 10am-12pm / Malibu Library: 23519 Civic Center Way

Contact: 310-456-2489 /

LPACF Foundation Fundraiser: The Speakeasy   Jan. 20

Entertainment by Randi Cee and The Speakeasys, gaming tables, a cigar lounge, hors d’oeuvres, raffle prizes, and even a cash bar. Attendees can try their hand at blackjack, poker, craps, and roulette for a chance to win fabulous prizes including dining, entertainment, travel, and more.  

Time/Place: 8pm / Lancaster Performing Arts Center

Contact: 661-723-5950 /

West Basin’s Free Rain Barrel Distribution Event   Jan. 20

Start your new year off right by practicing more water conservation! Rain barrels help reduce the amount of water that flows into storm drains and waterways. Registration required and rain barrels are distributed on a first come, first serve basis.

Time/Place: 8am-12pm / West Los Angeles College, Culver City

Contact: 310-371-4633 /

Restaurant Week on the Blvd.   Jan. 22-28

Restaurant week on the BLVD is the perfect opportunity for foodies, residents and visitors alike to dine local and eat global! Satisfy your palate with American classics, Mediterranean, Italian, El Salvadorian, Chinese, Brazilian cuisine and more!

Time/Place: Downtown Lancaster

Contact: 661-723-6074 /

Covina Chamber Installation of Officers & Citizen of the Year Event   Jan. 23

We will be honoring Elton Chatfield - Citizen of the Year and Jesse Hernandez - Incoming Chairman. We will also be congratulating Outgoing Chairman John Brittain for a great year.

Time/Place: 5:30-9pm / South Hills Country Club, West Covina

Contact: 626-967-4191 /

Whittier’s Wild West Business Expo   Jan. 24

The Business Expo gives Whittier Chamber members the opportunity to network, promote, and sell their products and services to people who attend the tradeshow. The evening will serve as an after-hours mixer complete with music and entertainment and opportunities to win raffles prizes throughout the night.

Time/Place: 4-7pm / Whittier Community Center: 7630 Washington Ave.

Contact: 562-698-9554 /

Hermosa Beach Community Wide Garage Sale   Jan. 27

In an effort to coordinate the clean-up of unwanted items from homes and garages, extend the useful life of items by reusing and recycling, and ensure the proper disposal of household hazardous waste items, the City of Hermosa Beach will host a community wide garage sale.

Time/Place: 7am-12pm / City of Hermosa Beach

Contact: 310-318-0239 /

Sock Hop Casino Night   Jan. 27

The Lions Club of Montebello Charities Foundation Invites You. Dress: 1950’s Style. Come and enjoy an evening of fun, food, and music by The Wiseguys Big Band Machine. Opportunity Drawing. No one under 21 years allowed.

Time/Place: 5-10pm / Cathy Hensel Youth Center, Montebello

Contact: 323-646-8909 /

Junk in the Trunk   Jan. 27

A rummage sale being hosted by the Recreation Services Division. Participants may sell items from the trunk of their vehicle or space remaining in their designated area. Parking sale spots are $15.00 per space and FREE admission for shoppers. This will be yard sale items only, no vendor goods.

Time/Place: 9:30am-3:30pm / Plummer Park - North Parking Lot, West Hollywood

Contact: 323-848-6546 /

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