‘Gayle On The Go’ for Sunday, February 10
KTLA reporter Gayle Anderson gives us a preview on events taking place around Los Angeles this weekend.
13th Annual Conscious Life Expo
Los Angeles Airport Hilton Hotel
5711 West Century Boulevard
310 410 4000
At the 13th annual Conscious Life Expo, find an eclectic community of speakers, exhibitors, musicians, filmmakers, authors, artists, and more as they explore transformations in health, science, spirituality, and healthy lifestyles. .
Sunday @ 10am
Mardi Gras Orange County 2013 Festival
Orange County Fairgrounds
88 Fair Drive
520 305 4221
Party like you are in New Orleans in… Costa Mesa. Huh? That’s right! It’s Mardi Gras Orange County Festival all weekend on the Orange County Fairgrounds.
There krewes, concerts, masquerade party’s, and of course, Creole food. Famous Uncle Darrow’s of Marina Del Rey is doing the cooking.
Sunday @ 10am
Progressive Los Angeles Boat Show
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Downtown Los Angeles
Burton W. Chace Park
13650 Mindanao Way
Marina Del Rey
213 741 1151
This boat show has two locations. It’s on land at the downtown Los Angeles Convention Center. (((NATSOT)))
And, it on water at Chace Park in Marina del Rey. (((NATSOT)))
It’s the Progressive Los Angeles Boat Show, the ultimate destination for boating and outdoor lifestyle lovers.
Sunday @ 2:30pm
Something to Crow About
Bob Baker Marionette Theater
1345 West First Street
213 250 9995
The Bob Baker Marionette Theater celebrates its 53rd season with a puppet favorite “Something To Crow About.”
Join Mama and Papa Goat and 100 more of the world famous Bob Baker Marionettes for a musical “Day on the Farm.”
Everything from dancing scarecrows to tap dancing bullfrogs warbling “Shine On Harvest Moon”, “Something To Crow About” is guaranteed to put a smile on children of all ages!
Sunday @ 1:30pm
Messages with Fabric
Craft & Folk Art Museum
5814 Wilshire Boulevard
323 937 4230
“Messages with Fabric” at the Craft and Folk Art Museum examines the tradition of textile artists past and present.
Fabric remnants are used to create a variety of messages and artworks ranging from small sculptures left in unexpected places to pockets for handwritten notes.
Sunday Lincoln Shrine Open House
Lincoln Memorial Shrine
125 West Vine Street
909 798 7632
If the Steven Spielberg movie makes you want to know MORE about President Abraham Lincoln, then visit the Lincoln Memorial Shrine in Redlands.
There’s an open house. Learn the real story of the Civil War and the challenging administration of the 16th president of the United States.
Sunday @ Noon
The 90 That Built L.A. presented by Los Angeles Urban League & Time Warner Cable
The Museum of African American Art
Third Floor Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza
4005 Crenshaw Boulevard
323 294 7071
Former Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, West Los Angeles Pastor Bishop Charles E. Blake and the late KTLA Anchor Larry McCormick. They are among “The 90 That Built LA” on exhibit at the Los Angeles Museum of African American Art. The exhibit celebrates the Los Angeles Urban League’s 90-plus years of community service. Admission is free!
Sunday @ 11am
Flower Power Children’s Gardening Workshop
Great Park Farm + Food Lab
Youngsters ages three to eleven can learn about flower power at the free Children’s Gardening Workshop at the Great Park Farm in Irvine. Children will that besides being beautiful, flowers are a necessary component in fruit and vegetable production.
Sunday @ 8pm
Lakshimi Basile & Company
323 663 1525
Wrap up your weekend with music and dance. Forever Flamenco! presents Romance Andaluz.
Experience the passionate dance, songs and music of Andalusia at the intimate Fountain Theatre. Among the performers, Lakshmi Basile, the only American flamenco dancer to win two National Awards in Spain.
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