Are you looking for something fun to do with your family this weekend? You can sample the best of several neighborhoods, enjoy some dirt bike racing, celebrate a football hero and more on the Saturday “Gayle on the Go” list.
4th Annual Taste of Westminster
Westminster Sunken Gardens
8200 Westminster Boulevard
We’re invited to the tastes of Westminster’s popular restaurants at the 4th Annual Taste of Westminster. Admission to this fundraiser organized by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Westminster is 25-dollars benefiting local Westminster charities.
Here’s a different kind of fundraiser. The Hot and Pinup Contest in Tarzana. This event benefits the victims of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
Saturday @ 10am
Unique Vintage Clothing Boutique
First Annual Pin Up Picnic Sale
2013 West Magnolia Boulevard
You might something to wear to the Tarzana pin up event in Burbank at the Unique Vintage Clothing Boutique’s “First Annual Pin Up Picnic Sale.” Bargain hunters will find up 70-per cent off their favorite vintage brands.
This Weekend @ 5:30pm
Wardrobe is not important here! The Greg Laurie Harvest is bringing its message of hope to Anaheim. This event is free, but there IS fee for parking.
2013 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park
The Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park is filled with a different kind of energy. The hooping and hollering here is for the final round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Motocross superstars James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, and Ryan Villopoto are competing.
Meet Oakland Raider legend # 62 Reggie Kinlaw at the Raider Image Store at Uinversal Citywalk. Don’t forget KTLA is your Oakland Raiders Pre-Season station. Watch the Oakland Raiders play the Seattle Seahawks Thursday at 7pm.
Learn about the life of African American classical opera singer Hope Foye at the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum in Culver City. Foye’s budding career was derailed when she was subpoenaed to testify before a Congressional committee questioning the “communist affiliations” of entertainers. She was a member of People’s Artists during the 1940s, that included activists committed to social justice, including actor, Paul Robeson and folk singer, Pete Seeger.
This Weekend @ Noon
Pup Up Adoption
8207 West Third Street
Get ready for National Dog Day!
Although National Dog Day is Monday, August 26th, preparations for the event are happening this weekend with Pup Up Adoptions. Find your four legged match in West Hollywood beginning at Noon.
Saturday @ 8am
Perris Farmers Market
Mercado Park @ 10th & D Streets
It’s back! The Perris Farmer’s Market with new vendors and a new location. You will find fruit and vegetable farmers, arts and crafts experts, and healthy cooking demonstrations.
Saturday @ 1:30pm
Gardening with Natives & All Sorts of Edibles
Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers & Native Plants
10459 Tuxford Street
818 768 1802
Talk about healthy, try this! Learn about growing your own food as well as gardening with California native plants at the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants.
Saturday @ 10am
7th Annual Southern California Beach Handball Tournament
Let’s burn some calories or maybe watch some people burn some calories at what’s describes as the largest Beach Handball Tournament in America. Huntington Beach is the spot for the 7th Annual Beach Handball Tournament. Teams from San Francisco, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Tijuana are competing.
This is the last weekend of the Antelope Valley Fair. There’s fair food, fair entertainment, and the tradition of Rural Olympics. That’s right the Rural Olympics, where local community members participate in physically challenging events such as tractor pulls and hay baling contests.
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Have a GREAT Saturday!
Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.