KTLA5 reporter Gayle Anderson gives a preview of some events taking place around Los Angeles this weekend.
More than one-thousand vehicles and owners are in Irvine from more than 21-states and two countries for the 8th Annual Spring Festival of LXs.
It’s the largest owner gathering of Dodge Chargers, Dodge Challengers, Dodge Magnums, and Chrysler 300 vehicles in North America. By the way, LX was the original vehicle platform code for Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Dodge Magnum.
There’s a different kind of car show happening in Pomona.
The HOT ROD Homecoming Car Show promises a once in a lifetime, up-close look at hundreds of HOT ROD Magazine’s feature and cover cars. Organizers claim this is the largest gathering of its kind in history!
The Santa Clara Valley Railroad Historical Society celebrates its 20th anniversary with train rides, model trains, and arts and crafts booths, and of course, food.
There’s no excuse not to get your pet’s vaccines or to get them microchipped! The Society for the Prevention Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles is hosting a low cost vaccine and microchip clinic. Prices range from five-dollars to twenty-five dollars.
It’s a local landmark! The Pacific Park Ferris Wheel, the world’s only solar powered ferris wheel.
Travel + Leisure magazine has selected the Santa Monica icon as one of the “World’s Coolest Ferris Wheels.”
The energy efficient ferris wheel joins famous ferris wheels in New York, Tokyo, Vienna, London, Paris, and Las Vegas for it coolness.
Saturday @ 11 a.m.
War/Photography : Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath
Annenberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars
213 403 3000
This is “War/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath.” This is the latest free exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography. You will find more than one-hundred images dating back to 1887 presenting both the military and civilian points of view.
Saturday @ Noon
The Super Incredible Community Potluck
Feeding the Homeless & Families in Need
230 West First Street
714 363 6621
The homeless and families in need are invited to the “Super Incredible Community Potluck” in Tustin. Volunteers are invited to serve as well as bring picnic dishes.
“The most interactive circus in the world” is in town.
The 2013 UniverSoul Circus cast includes the “Rough Riders” from Ghana, the Shaolin Warriors from China, acrobats Jean Claude and Tatiane from France.
Free (Donations Are Welcome!)
Explore the Dominguez Rancho Adobe’s Rose Garden, Cactus Garden, hidden grottos and more on a docent-led tour. Learn about the plant species and the history of the gardens. Some of the gardens date back to the 1930s. The tour is free, but donations are welcome!
Spring is here! Here’s the proof! The Flower Fields of Carlsbad. Mother Nature is transforming the rolling hills of North San Diego County into one of the most spectacular and coordinated displays of natural color and beauty anywhere in the world. The nearly fifty acres of Ranunculus flowers are in bloom for the next six to eight weeks.
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