Yes! It's HOT, but there are plenty of COOL events on the Saturday "Gayle on the Go!" list. Take a look!
Tony Klarich Ski on Anything
50th Birthday Celebration @ 8am
Long Beach Marine Stadium
Most of us wish we could water ski as well as Twiggy the Waterskiing Squirrel.
Well, how about this! Tony Klarich, water skiing innovator who has invented more than 100 water skiing tricks, is celebrating his 50th birthday Saturday with 50 different water ski rides, on 50 different items in one day to celebrate.
Exhibit Extended Until September 7th !
Duesenberg: The Encore Exhibit
Lyon Air Museum
Hooray! This exhibit was schedule to close last month! It’s been extended!
It’s the Dusenbergs, the finest cars money could buy from 1928 to 1935. They remain on display at the Lyon Air Museum in Santa Ana until September 7th.
It is estimated that 378 of the 481 originally manufactured Duesenbergs are still on the road today!
Free Kite Festival @ 2pm
Segerstrom Center for the Arts
South Coast Plaza
600 Town Center Drive
714 556 2787
Have some free, high flying fun at the FREE kite festival organized by the Orange County Museum of Art and Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The event is held in conjunction with the museum’s exhibit “MY GENERATION: YOUNG CHINESE ARTISTS.”
L.A. Conservancy’s Walking Tours
213 623 2489
Join the L.A. Conservancy’s exploration of the history and the architecture of Art Deco in Los Angeles as well as the Broadway Historic Theatre and Commercial District.
Since 1980, the Conservancy has introduced more than 175,000 Angelenos and tourists to the beautiful buildings and great stories of historic downtown.
For tour times, dates, and ticket prices, check the website: www.laconservancy.org
Natsumatsuri Family Festival
Japanese American National Museum
100 North Central Avenue
The Japanese American National Museum presents its annual Natsumatsuri (“Summer Festival”) Admission to the yearly celebration featuring Japanese and Japanese American performances, crafts, and activities is free, and all current exhibitions will be available for viewing.
Cycling Back for Stroke @ 1pm
13535 Ventura Boulevard, Unit D
Get some stationary bike exercise and help Sean Entin’s THE MOVE 2 IMPROVE FOUNDATION at the Cycling Back for Stroke event at Blazing Saddles in Sherman Oaks.
Entin suffered a stroke November 2011 and was in a coma. When he recovered, he was told he would never walk again. This kind of exercise has put him back on his feet.
Los Angeles Walk for Education @ 7am
United Negro College Fund
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles (213) 639-3800
Join the 33rd Annual United Negro College Fund 5K Walk for Education.
After the walk, relax and have lunch, play games, enjoy entertainment and take the children to the Kids Play Zone at Exposition Park.
Closes This Weekend!
Ventura County Fair
10 West Harbor Boulevard
805 648 3376
Have you been here , yet? This is the last weekend for the Ventura County Fair.
In addition to fair rides and fair food, Saturday, the “Country Fair with Ocean Air” will spotlight livestock shows; a tractor pull; as well as arts and crafts.
Closes This Weekend!
2015 OC Fair
One Big Party 125th Celebration
88 Fair Drive
Time is also running out to enjoy the 2015 Orange County Fair, celebrating 125 years of operation with new fair rides, new fair food, and new fair entertainment.
Don’t miss this at the OC Fair! The Wild West Turkey Stampede.
Here’s Johnny! The Making of the Tonight Show.
301 North Pomona Avenue
714 738 6545
And , this is the closing weekend of the exhibition “Here’s Johnny! The Making of the Tonight Show.”
See excerpts of legendary talk show host Johnny Carson’s television episodes plus the images and information that give us insight into the preparation, the planning, the props and the costumes needed to create the multiple Emmy Award winning show.
Full Length Episodes From 1972 to 1992
Starting January 1st 2016
By the way, January 1, 2016, Tribune Broadcasting and Carson Entertainment will broadcast Johnny Carson on Antenna TV. This is the first time the Carson episodes will air in a strip since Carson retired in 1992.
Celebrate Saturday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.