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Aug. 26, 2019

Los Angeles Calendar of Events - September 2019


Malibu Chili Cook-Off and Carnival   Aug. 30-Sep. 2
This Malibu tradition will bring you amazing food and entertainment featuring some of your all-time favorite local restaurants, businesses, artisans, and DJ performances! All proceeds from the Chili Cook-off will benefit The Boys & Girls Club of Malibu. 
Time/Place: 23575 Civic Center Way  

Contact: www.bgcmalibuchilicookoff.org


LA County Fair   Aug. 30-Sep. 22
The premiere destination for visitors to engage in all kinds of activities including rides, animal shows, sumptuous food, music and much more. 
Time/Place:  See website for schedule. / Pomona Fairplex 
Contact: 909-623-3111 / www.lacountyfair.com


The Other Art Fair   Sep. 5-8
Will delight and inspire art lovers with appearances from a distinguished Guest Artist, immersive art projects and theatre performances, live music, a mouth-watering restaurant and bar area, and much more. 
Time/Place:  Barker Hangar, Santa Monica  

Contact: www.theotherartfair.com


The Original Catalina Wine Mixer   Sep. 6-7
Youll enjoy live music, DJs, dancing, fantastic food and cocktails, fun activities and fine wines from popular West Coast wineries. Of course every Original Catalina Wine Mixer features an official screening of Step Brothers at historic Avalon Theatre. 
Time/Place: 6-11:30pm / Descanso Beach Club, Avalon 
Contact: 877-778-8322 / www.catalinawinemixer.com


Voice For the Animals Wait Wait...Dont Kill Me! Comedy Gala   Sep. 7
Lily Tomlin, Margaret Cho, Pete Holmes, Leslie Jordan, and Allee Willis will perform an unforgettable night of stand-up comedy. Live auction, and vegan after party. All proceeds benefit Voice for the Animals, a 501C3 foundation. 
Time/Place: 7pm / The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage, Santa Monica 
Contact: 323-904-4400 / www.vftafoundation.org


Moon Festival Spectacular   Sep. 7-8
Celebration of traditional Chinese and Asian heritage that include arts, music, food, and many other activities. 
Time/Place: 11am-9pm / Santa Anita Park, Arcadia    

Contact: www.eventbrite.com


Building Bridges Black Unity Tour   Sep. 7-8
Celebrating and honoring our ancestors, repairing the Black family and community, bringing together like-minded groups and organizations to develop plans for social and economic growth in our communities, empowering Black entrepreneurs, and mobilizing and organizing our people for the shift taking place. 
Time/Place: 10am-7pm / City Banquet Hall, Compton 
Contact: www.buildingbridgesmovement.com


Very Special Innovation Fair!   Sep. 14
This fair welcomes all families and children of all ages and abilities to come discover and learn through our hands-on experiences.  Get inspired by interacting with robots, virtual reality and drones.
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / STEM3 Academy, Valley Glen 
Contact: 818-623-6386 / www.stem3academy.org


L.A. Loves Alexs Lemonade   Sep. 14
Fantastic fare, cocktails for a cause, childrens activities, extravagant silent and exhilarating live auctions, and more. Raises funds and awareness for Alexs Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) and its mission to find better treatments and cures for all kids with cancer. 
Time/Place: 12:30-4:30pm / UCLA-Royce Hall  

Contact: www.alexslemonade.org


Open Arts & Music Festival   Sep. 14
All-day live music with mainstage performances, craft beer garden, interactive arts workshops and activities, arts market featuring local artists, all day activities for kids food vendors and more!  
Time/Place: 3-10pm / Alex Theatre, Glendale  

Contact: www.openartsmusic.com


Summit Beer Festival   Sep. 14
A chance to taste through 170 California craft breweries. Taste samples from San Diego, Sacramento, San Francisco, Central California and Los Angeles! 
Time/Place: 1-5pm / Marina Green Park, Long Beach 
Contact: https://2019summitbeerfestival.eventbrite.com


Tarfest   Sep. 14
A free Music and arts celebration with art-making stations for kids of all ages. Live music, DJs, dance workshops, Food trucks, Beer garden and more. 
Time/Place: 12-7pm / LaBrea Tar Pits Park 
Contact: https://launchla.org/tarfest-festival/2019


Grand Park + Outfest Present PROUD Picnic + Movie Night   Sep. 14
The Music Center continues its series of intimate events that invite the Los Angeles LGBTQ and ally community to celebrate and connect. A showcase of short films from the Outfest Fusion Festival along with a feature full-length presentation. 
Time/Place: 5-10pm / Grand Park, LA  

Contact: www.musiccenter.org

Rosemead Moon Festival   Sep. 14
This FREE ADMISSION night festival features a night market full of delicious Asian street food & drinks as well as games and entertainment from over 120 vendors! 
Time/Place: 3:30-11:30pm / 8838 Valley Blvd. 
Contact: www.facebook.com/RosemeadAnnualMoonFestival


Cops & Cowboys   Sep. 14
Join the Mid-Valley Community Police Council (MVCPC) for their annual event. 
Time/Place: 5:30-10pm / Leonis Adobe Museum, Calabasas 
Contact: 818-994-4661 / www.midvalleypolicecouncil.org


Doggie Paradise   Sep. 14
A full day of entertainment and workshops, puppy photo-ops, pup arts and crafts, doggie free runs, mobile grooming, splash pools, ball pits, treats, merchandise, pet adoptions, cutest dog contest and activities fit for all dogs and humans alike. 
Time/Place: 11am-5pm / Queen Mary, Long Beach  

Contact: www.queenmary.com


Sunset Sip 2019   Sep. 14
Supporters come together to raise funds to support the life-saving mental health services that The Guidance Center provides to over 3,700 disadvantaged children and families a year. Unlimited wine tastings, a 3-course dinner, silent and live auctions, wine pull, a photo booth pop-up, and more! 
Time/Place: 6:30-10pm / Hotel Maya, Long Beach 
Contact: 562-485-2276 / http://bit.ly/SUNSETSIP2019


Nautica Malibu Triathlon   Sep. 14-15
Thousands of participants will gather to compete in the half-mile ocean swim, 17-mile bike ride and 4-mile run. The Nautica Malibu Triathlon helps support the Pediatric Cancer Research Program at the Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. 
Time/Place: 6:50am-1pm / Zuma Beach  

Contact: www.nauticamalibutri.com


COAST Open Streets Event   Sep. 15
Two miles of car-free streets filled with roaming musicians, hands-on activities and an assortment of participatory classes. 
Time/Place: 10am-4pm / COAST Santa Monica 
Contact: www.santamonica.com/event/coast


Celebration Bridal & Special Event Expo   Sep. 15
Fashion Runway Show with Bridal & Special Event Apparel. Wedding & Special Event Planners. 
Time/Place: 11am-6pm / Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, LA 
Contact: 310-890-1969 / www.lybevents.com

LA Fashion Festival: Sustainability   Sep. 20-21
Showcasing progressive ideas via an immersive cultural experience of film, retail, innovation, and beauty influences. 10am-10pm / PHYLM Studios, LA  

Contact: www.lafashionfestival.com


L.A. Street Festival   Sep. 20-21
Fast-paced, street-style basketball that has millions of players worldwide in its Los Angeles premiere: the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Masters.
Time/Place: 12-9pm / 888 N. Douglas Street, El Segundo 
Contact: www.lastreetfestival.com


Homeboy Industries Annual 5K Run/Walk   Sep. 21
You can expect a morning filled with fun, music and excitement as you embark on a fitness adventure throughout historic downtown Los Angeles. 
Time/Place: 8am-12pm / 130 W. Bruno St., Los Angeles 
Contact: www.homeboyindustries.org


The League for Children Gala   Sep. 21
Join us at The League for Childrens Diamonds are Forever Gala for an evening of cocktails, a silent auction, dinner, dancing and guests! Proceeds benefit Childrens Bureaus work to prevent and treat child abuse in Southern California. 
Time/Place: 6-9pm / The Montage Beverly Hills  

Contact: www.all4kids.org


Westchester Arts & Music Block Party   Sep. 21
Benefiting the Emerson Avenue Community Garden, with live music and dance, art, kids activities, garden tours, food trucks, and socializing plus a beer and wine garden! 
Time/Place: 12-8pm / Emerson Avenue Community Garden, LA 
Contact: 310-641-8556 / www.wamblockparty.org


LA Short Film and Script Festival   Sep. 21
Local, National and International films. Enjoy Awards Ceremony, Film Screenings, Q&As and more. 
Time/Place: 12-7pm / Promenade Playhouse, Santa Monica 
Contact: www.lasfsc.com


Global Energy Race   Sep. 22
With your help, Grupo Bimbo and its brands all over the world will donate more than 1.5 million slices to food banks. 
Time/Place: 7am-12pm / Pershing Square  

Contact: www.globalenergyrace.com


Teal Run   Sep. 22
Please join us for a day of hope, love and support for women with ovarian cancer and their families and friends. Net proceeds will be used to support ovarian cancer research through Stanford and the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance. 
Time/Place: 7:30-11am / Campbell Park, Campbell  

Contact: www.thetealrun.org


Imagine Fest   Sep. 22
A community festival featuring yoga, live music, healthy food trucks, and advocacy for social justice. All proceeds from Imagine Fest go to support the non-profit organization, Unlikely Heroes, in their fight to end human trafficking. 
Time/Place: 11:30am-7pm / The Event Center, Agoura Hills 
Contact: www.imagineyogamusic.com


Barnsdall Art & Craft Fair   Sep. 22
Showcases diverse work from the Art Center students and faculty including handcrafted jewelry, ceramics, cards, prints, paintings, drawings and photography. 
Time/Place: 10am-3pm / 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles 
Contact: 323-644-6295 / www.barnsdallartcenter.org


Bumblebee Foundation Inaugural Poker Tournament   Sep. 28
Celebrities, a raffle and high-end silent auction items. 100% of the proceeds benefit the Patient Aid Program which directly supports local pediatric cancer patients and their families. 
Time/Place: 1-4pm / The North Ranch Center, Westlake Village 
Contact: www.bumblebeefoundation.org


Los Angeles Real Estate Grand Expo   Sep. 28
The theme of this years Grand Expo will be How to Invest in a Shifting Market. An entire day celebrating real estate investing and you can be involved. 
Time/Place: 9am-6pm / Olympic Collection, LA  

Contact: www.lagrandexpo.com


40s On The Fantail - Wine, Beer & Food Festival!   Sep. 28
Experience the 1940s with live music, Swing Dance Lessons, VIP Tours, Photo Ops and more. Enjoy fine vintages, craft beer and delicious bites, while raising funds for Mission 22. 
Time/Place: 5-10pm / Battleship IOWA Museum, San Pedro 
Contact: www.40sonthefantail.com


Pinot Palooza LA   Sep. 28
Boutique spirits, craft beer, and a range of curated bites from some of the citys leading chefs and restaurants.
Time/Place: 12-6pm / City Market Social House, LA  

Contact: www.pinotpalooza.co


Rancho Los Cerritos 175th Celebration   Sep. 28
The ceremony will include a Brewery Knolls beer garden featuring Liberation Brewing Co., food trucks, a 175th birthday cake-cutting ceremony led by a special guest, music, tours of the house, and an art contest. 
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / 4600 Virginia Road, Long Beach 
Contact: 562-206-2040 / www.rancholoscerritos.org


Trinity Classic Golf Tournament   Sep. 30
Cajun cuisine, French Quarter tastings, on-course challenges, Bourbon Street cocktail hour, live entertainment, awards presentation and opportunity drawings. Proceeds benefit children who have been victims of abuse. 
Time/Place: 11am-8pm / South Hills Country Club, West Covina 
Contact: 909-426-0773 / www.trinityys.org

Aug. 2, 2019

Los Angeles Calendar of Events - August 2019

CSUN Food Pantry Benefit Concert   Aug. 1
Please join us for an hour-long concert, food drive, and silent auction on the Oviatt Lawn before the CSUN Summer Movie Fest showing of The Wizard of Oz. Admission to the event is free, and all proceeds go toward the CSUN Food Pantry. 
Time/Place: 6:30-7:30pm / CSUN - Cal State Northridge 
Contact: www.csun.edu/as/summer-movie-fest


El Monte Dive-In Movie   Aug. 2
Snack bar available. 
Time/Place: 7:30-10pm / Aquatic Center: 11001 Mildred St. 
Contact: 626-580-2213 / www.ci.el-monte.ca.us


Special Needs Community Day   Aug. 3
The Park Rangers will be providing free walking tours of our trails, and early access to the Elyze Clifford Interpretive Center. Learn about our native animals and plants. 
Time/Place: 4-6pm / Prime Desert Woodland Preserve, Lancaster 
Contact: 661-723-6230 / www.cityoflancasterca.org


Downtown Burbank Car Classic   Aug. 3
Top celebrity vehicles, hundreds of classic cars, automotive-related vendors, lifetime achievement awards, and deejays spinning music from the decades will be in the spotlight. 
Time/Place: 3-9pm / San Fernando and Magnolia 
Contact: 818-238-5180 / www.downtownburbankcarclassic.com


Night Sky Festival   Aug. 3
Join park rangers and astronomers from the Ventura County Astronomical Society for a night of stargazing in the Santa Monica Mountains! Gaze into a telescope to see our neighbor planets, shiny nebulae, and distant galaxies! 
Time/Place: 7-10:30pm / Paramount Ranch, Agoura Hills 
Contact: 805-370-2301 / www.samofund.org


Downey Summer Music and Movie   Aug. 3
Bring your food and lawn chairs for an afternoon of live music, games, arts & crafts, and contests! Stay through the evening to enjoy the featured movie of the evening with your family and friends. This years feature film will be SING and The Tease Band. 
Time/Place: 5pm / Golden Park    

Contact: www.downeyca.org


Avocado Fest: California Grown   Aug. 3-4
This weekend-long event is your only chance to try the guac-filled Klsch, but its also an opportunity to check out some unique cask variations of the beer, try your hand at some avocado themed games, and grab some produce at a pop-up farmers market. 
Time/Place: 12-6pm / Angel City Brewery, LA  

Contact: www.angelcitybrewery.com


Taste of Ecuador Food Festival & Parade   Aug. 4
Enjoy Marketing, Promotions, Services & Information provided by all type of exhibitor companies. The festival will also have Ecuadorian Crafts, Ecuadorian Musical groups, Folklore customs, Commercial Products, free gifts, and Carnival Games. 
Time/Place: 10am-6pm / Olvera Street, LA 
Contact: www.facebook.com/EcuadorianFestivalLosAngeles


Worlds Largest Golf Outing   Aug. 5
Benefiting Fisher House Foundation (FHF). An 18 hole four person team scramble format. The registration fee includes a $10 per player donation, green fee, shared cart, warm up bucket, local prizes and awards ceremony following play.  
Time/Place: 7am-8pm / California Country Club, Whittier 
Contact: 703-940-3600 / www.worldslargestgolfouting.com


Monterey Park National Night Out   Aug. 6
Come join us for an evening with the police department, including educational activities, displays from our Special Response Team, K9 Unit, Community Services Bureau, Animal Services and members of the Monterey Park Fire Department and Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.). Refreshments will be served. 
Time/Place: 6-8pm / City Hall Front Lawn 
Contact: 626-307-1215 / www.montereypark.ca.gov


San Gabriel National Night Out   Aug. 6
Neighborhood Watch Groups are welcome to picnic at the event and hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks will be provided. Police, fire and military vehicles and equipment will be on display in addition to various public safety exhibits and demonstrations. 
Time/Place: 5-10pm / San Gabriel Mission Playhouse 
Contact: 626-308-2800 / www.sangabrielcity.com


Summer Block Party   Aug. 10
Hair braiding station, Henna tattoo station, Spin art station, Animal petting zoo, Face painting, A caricature artist, DJ and steel drum trio, Tarot card readings by Cathy Crystal from the Marts own Malibu Shaman, Sweet treats by Pacific Organic Pops, snow cones & cotton candy from Love Swirls and ice cream pops from Gingers Divine Ice Creams. 
Time/Place: 12-3pm / Malibu Country Mart    

Contact: www.malibucountrymart.com


Connect with Rec Event - Bike Safety Day   Aug. 10
Got bikes? Dont miss the chance to get them registered with the LA County Sheriffs Dept to ensure they can be returned to you if they are ever lost or stolen and later recovered. You can also pick up information on bike safety, laws and security, and children can take part in the fun bike skills course. 
Time/Place: 9-11am / Heritage Park, Diamond Bar 
Contact: 909-839-7070 / www.diamondbarca.gov


Route 66 Classic Car Show   Aug. 10
We offer 125+ classic vehicles on display as well as live music, raffle prizes, great food and full bar. Admission is FREE and vehicle registration is $10. This years shows are fundraisers for the SCV Rotary Club. 
Time/Place: 5-9pm / Route 66 Classic Grill, Canyon Country 
Contact: 661-298-1494 / www.route66classicgrill.com


Dale Fuego Fest   Aug. 10
Ozuna, Anitta, Brytiago,Darell, Khea, Alex Sensation, Rauw Alejandro, Lary Over, Malu Trevejo, DJ Santa Rosa. 
Time/Place: 12pm / Queen Mary Events Park, Long Beach 
Contact: 855-414-6141 / www.dalefuegofest.com


Broadway in the Park   Aug. 10
This annual event transforms a charming cul-de-sac in the prestigious Park Estates neighborhood in Long Beach into a gourmet dining room, while neighboring backyards turn into stages offering exclusive sneak previews of the companys upcoming 2019-2020 Seasons productions. 
Time/Place: 6-10pm / Park Estates Cul-de-sac, Long Beach 
Contact: 562-856-1999 / www.musical.org


Los Angeles Tanabata Festival   Aug. 10-11
The LATF is highlighted with over 150 kazari (paper made decoration) that are created by members of the community and is anchored by the award winning kazari shipped from Sendai, Japan. Japanese traditional music, J-pop, dance, martial arts, food booths, arts and crafts and Anime.  
Time/Place: 11am-5pm / Japanese American National Museum, LA 
Contact: 323-920-5283 / www.tanabatalosangeles.org


Beautycon LA   Aug. 10-11
Beautycon LA 2019 is adding another 26,000 square feet of rental space which will allow the event to build on its already expansive beauty panels, makeup tutorials, makeup artist meet-ups and top brand activations, all while celebrating the beauty of self-expression and staying true to oneself. 
Time/Place: 12-8pm / Los Angeles Convention Center   
Contact: www.beautycon.com

Mundo Maya Celebration   Aug. 11
A celebration of Maya culture in Los Angeles, complete with food, festivities and fun!
Time/Place: 4-7pm / Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles 
Contact: http://concerts.levittlosangeles.org


Women in Green Forum   Aug. 15
The premier conference series highlighting womens impact on the environmental industry. Speakers will explore on the advances made in the environmental movement over the last decade and the innovations on the horizon. 
Time/Place: 9am-6pm / Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, LA 
Contact: www.womeningreenforum.com


Laughs4Literacy Fundraiser   Aug. 15
Enjoy a night of comedy, food and drinks from 6-9pm, all while supporting childrens literacy in Antelope Valley. Your ticket includes: A comedy show, 1 Complimentary Drink, and 1 Dinner by Family Barrios Catering.  
Time/Place: 6-9pm / Lucky Luke Brewing Co., Palmdale 
Contact: 866-67-4KIDS / www.ccrcca.org/laughs


Antelope Valley Fair & Alfalfa Festival   Aug. 16-25
Another year of fun and thrills! With world-class performers, mouth-watering delights, and a full carnival, this fair will surely be one to remember! 
Time/Place: AV Fair & Events Center: 2551 West Ave H  

Contact: www.avfair.com


Grand Opening Ceremony of Maple Parks All-Inclusive Playground   Aug. 17
Light refreshments will be served. 
Time/Place: 10am-12pm / 820 East Maple Avenue, Glendale 
Contact: 818-548-2000 / www.glendaleca.gov


WeHo Rec Expo   Aug. 18
Providing constituents an opportunity to experience the popular programs featured year round. The Expo will highlight the various programs and events offered through the Recreation Services Division, as well as showcase high-energy interactive demos. 
Time/Place: 11am-1pm / Plummer Park, West Hollywood  

Contact: www.weho.org


Centennial Square Boxing Show   Aug. 23
Showcasing competitors ages 8 and over, highlighting our very best. We will be hosting 10 action packed bouts between some of the top ranked amateur boxers in the state. 
Time/Place: 7-9pm / Pasadena City Hall - Centennial Square 
Contact: 626-744-6530 / www.cityofpasadena.net


Leimert Park Village Book Fair   Aug. 24
All day literary event with author meet and greets, celebrity author sightings and signings, literary/educational exhibitors, Childrens Pavilion with book give-aways, panel discussions, writing workshops, musical entertainment, poetry recitals, food trucks and more. 
Time/Place: 10am-5pm / 3650 West Martin Luther King Junior Blvd., LA 
Contact: www.leimertparkbookfair.com


Bulldog 50K and 25K Runs   Aug. 24
The challenging and popular Bulldog runs consist of two races - the 25K Trail Run and the 50K Trail Ultra Run, which are conducted simultaneously. 
Time/Place: 6:30-11am / Malibu Creek State Park  

Contact: www.ultrasignup.com


Tech Expo + Musical Festival   Aug. 24
Creativity brings technology to life at the free Arcadia STEAM + M Festival. Jedi Training Academy, music, dancing, and hoopers light up tech booths, engineering challenges, and hands-on science workshops. 
Time/Place: 10am-2pm / Arcadia Library Outdoor Promenade 
Contact: www.arcadiapaf.org


Taste of Brews Long Beach   Aug. 24
Infuses dozens of micro brews and So Cals premier mobile restaurants with an amazing ocean-front venue. Notable: The festival features several brands/offerings that are not readily available at retail. 
Time/Place: 12-5pm / Shoreline Aquatic Park  

Contact: www.tasteofbrews.com


Farm Dinner at the Ranch   Aug. 24
You will enjoy a gracious garden party reception with a down-home ranch flair, then dine amid the corrals, barns and farm animals for a delightful evening of remarkable food, lively entertainment, and good friends. 
Time/Place: 5-9pm / Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch & Gardens 
Contact: 562-431-3541 / www.RanchoLosAlamitos.org


Summer Stampede Car Show   Aug. 25
Vendor booths and sponsorship opportunities are still available, along with raffle or goodie bag donations. 
Time/Place: 8am-2pm / Mayfair Park, Lakewood 
Contact: 562-531-9733 / www.lakewoodchamber.com


End of Summer BBQ and Free Concert   Aug. 29
Come and enjoy the sounds of Yari More, as they get you up and dancing with some of your favorite Latin and English Top 40 songs! Food will be available for a fee and meal tickets must be purchased in advanced. 
Time/Place: 5-8pm / Norwalk Senior Center  

Contact: www.norwalk.org


LA County Fair   Aug. 30-Sep. 22
The premiere destination for visitors to engage in all kinds of activities including rides, animal shows, sumptuous food, music and much more. 
Time/Place: See website for schedule. / Pomona Fairplex 
Contact: 909-623-3111 / www.lacountyfair.com

May 29, 2019

Los Angeles Calendar of Events - June 2019