Are you looking for something fun to do this Sunday? Well Gayle’s your gal! Here’s a list of activities and ideas on how you can spend your Sunday in her ‘Gayle On The Go’ report.
2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross
The 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross F-I-M World Championship begins today at Angel Stadium in Anaheim. Three-time 450SX Class Champion Ryan Villopoto is defending his title against a major field of riders in a competition that takes place during a course of 17-races.
Traveling the Silk Road: Ancient Pathway to the Modern World
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
900 Exposition Boulevard
Travel to Exposition Park for the West Coast debut of “TRAVELING THE SILK ROAD: ANCIENT PATHWAY TO THE MODERN WORLD.”
The exhibition is named for the treasured fabric that was traded across the known world, the Silk Road stretched from eastern China through the cities of Central Asia to the Middle East. More than a conduit for material goods, the Silk Road also carried scientific knowledge, technological advances, folklore, art, music, and religious beliefs through contact among peoples and cultures.
Priceless Treasures of the Huntington Library
1151 Oxford Road
Warm up indoors at our local museums. We can see the priceless treasures of the Huntington Library in the beautifully restored 1920 library main exhibition hall. Among the special items we can see are the Declaration of Independence, the Gutenberg Bible, the handwritten letters by Abraham Lincoln and more.
Fowler At Fifty
Admission is FREE!
The Fowler Museum is located in the heart of UCLA’s north campus.
The Fowler Museum at UCLA is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a suite of special exhibitions and programs entitled FOWLER AT FIFTY. Nearly 1,000 objects from the Fowler’s more than 100-thousand acclaimed, and diverse artifacts are on display.
More than 200 pieces from the private collections of Van Cleef & Arpels are on display in Santa Ana at the Bowers Museum in the exhibit “A Quest for Beauty: The Art of Van Cleef & Arpels.” Included the international jewelry exhibit, one of the company’s famous Zip necklaces inspired by the Duchess of Windsor.
The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years is waiting for you at the Annenberg Space for Photography. Famous of its stunning images, this exhibit offers a wide range of National Geographic’s photographic themes – as well as a dcoumentary — free to the public
33rd Annual Black Doll Show: Dolls Gone Wild
William Grant Still Arts Center
2520 South West View Street
“Dolls Gone Wild” comprise the 33rd annual exhibition of Black Dolls at the William Grant Still Arts Center in Los Angeles. Take a look at the handmade and collectible dolls inspired by animal prints.
Christmas Tree Recycling
Los Angeles City Department of Sanitation
This is a good time to recycle your Christmas tree and transform it into compost, mulch, or ground cover. In the city of Los Angeles, you are invited to place the tree curbside or cut it into small pieces and place it in your green bin on trash collection day.
For detailed instructions, visit the website: www.lacitysan.org/tree-recycle
Be sure to remove all decorations and lights!
Christmas Tree Recycling
Los Angeles County Department of Sanitation
In Los Angeles County, there are several location where you can drop off your Christmas tree for recycling. For a list of locations from Agoura Hills to Whittier take a look at detailed Los Angeles County Department of Sanitation website. Again, be sure to remove all decorations and lights!
Spruce up the home and garden with California Native Plants. You don’t know what a California Native Plant is? Well, now is a good time to learn! There’s a 50-per cent off sale of selected plants at the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants.
Pet Food Shortage spcaLA Shelters
7700 East Spring Street, Long Beach
12910 Yukon Avenue, Hawthorne
5026 West Jefferson Boulevard, Los Angeles
323 730 5300 X252
spcaLA’s is struggling to get through a holiday season food shortage. The non-profit needs both wet and dry puppy and dog food as well as cat and kitten food. SpcaLA says it uses an average of 30,000 pounds of pet food a year.
New Chilean Flamingo chicks
Los Angeles Zoo
323 644 4200
While we’re on the subject of animals, stop by the L.A. Zoo to see the brand new six Chilean Flamingo chicks. The fluffy, gray youngsters – three male and three female – are one month to four and a half months old. These babies are the first Chilean flamingo chicks to hatch at the L.A. Zoo in more than 10 years. The gray feathers will become pink when the babies mature at the age of three to four years.
This is an unusual Christmas gift. A whale watching cruise. Marine life experts say this is a good time to take a look because they say an unprecedented number of Sperm whales, Humpback whales, Fin Whales, AND Orcas can be seen off the coast.
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Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.