Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” , Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

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Happy Sunday! What are you doing? How about a turtle and tortoise show? How about meeting a new penguin chick? How about getting some FREE help with your mortgage? How about a FREE kite festival? All this and more are on the Sunday "Gayle on the Go!" list! Take a look!

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Turtle & Tortoise Show @ 10am

La Habra Community Center

101 West La Habra Boulevard

La Habra

714 906 9630

www.octortoisecttc.org

What’s the difference between a turtle and a tortoise? Find out at the 2015 Turtle and Tortoise Show at the La Habra Community Center. More than 30 species are on display.

No animals will be sold at the show, but adoption information is available.

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The Rising Tohoku Food Fair @ 11am

Mitsuwa Marketplace Torrance Store

21515 Western Avenue

Torrance

www.mitsuwa.com

The Rising Tohoku Food Fair hosted by Mitsuwa Marketplace presents food and cultural festivities celebrating the charms of the Tohoku region in Northeast Japan. In addition to presenting diverse and flavorful food products originating from the 6 prefectures of Tohoku, there will be a variety of paper craft activities such as origami and writing wishes on tanzaku paper, plus photo opportunities with charming and endearing city-specific mascots as well as dance performances.

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Penguin Chick Hatches

Aquarium of the Pacific

100 Aquarium Way

Long Beach

562 590 3100

www.aquariumofpacific.org

The Aquarium of the Pacific announces the birth of Magellanic Penguin chick Lily. The baby has joined the other penguins in the June Keyes Penguin Habitat.

 Magellanic Penguins are a temperate species native to the coasts of Argentina and Chile in South America. It takes between thirty-eight and forty-three days of incubation before a Magellanic Penguin egg will hatch. Chicks hatch with their eyes closed, and they are able to open their eyes about a week later. Magellanic Penguin parents take turns incubating the eggs on the nest and feeding and raising the chicks after they hatch.

We can help support the nonprofit organization’s new penguin chick by participating in the “Adopt an Animal Program.” Adopt a chick at the $50 level or more and your name will be entered into an opportunity drawing for a penguin encounter and a one-of-a-kind painting by a penguin chick. For details, visit aquariumofpacific.org/adopt

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NACA’s Ontario American Dream Event @ 8am

Ontario Convention Center

2000 East Convention Center Way

Ontario

801 606 6222

www.naca.com

Homeowner help is available courtesy the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America, NACA for short.

Homeowners struggling with unaffordable mortgages and homebuyers wanting to buy a  home using NACA’s “Best in America” mortgage program, should stop by the Ontario Convention Center between 8am and 6pm.

For documents needed and to register, go to www.naca.com or call 801-606-6222.  Walk-ins are welcome.

All services are FREE!

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African Textiles and Adornment:

Selections from the Marcel and Zaira Mis Collection

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

5905 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles

323 857 6010

www.lacma.org

See the brilliant color, bold patterns, and intriguing symbols that characterize the dress of many societies throughout the African continent at the exhibition “African Textiles and Adornment” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Not only are garments visually compelling, but they are also laden with emblems of power that signify the wealth, status, prestige, or even divinity of the bearer. The body’s seat of intelligence, spirit, and identity is also established by crowning the head with spectacular structures fashioned out of feathers or beads that soar above or surround the head, increasing or expanding a subject’s stature.

Featuring more than 35 dynamic textiles and commanding headdresses, this exhibition presents the profound visual impact of African textiles. Fashioned in a variety of techniques and enhanced with a broad range of natural materials, these extraordinary garments and headpieces sculpt the body into iconic form and serve as aesthetic surrogates for power and esteem

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Free Kite Festival @ 2pm

Segerstrom Center for the Arts

South Coast Plaza

600 Town Center Drive

Costa Mesa

949 759 1122

www.ocma.net

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.”

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Asics World Series of Beach Volleyball

Stadium Court

Long Beach

www.wsobv.com

The energy and enthusiasm of these champion athletes allow them to fly without a plane at the ASICS World Series of Beach Volleyball in Long Beach.

The competition showcases the sport’s top stars including three time Olympic Gold Medalist and three time World Champion Kerri Walsh Jennings and Olmypic Gold Medalist Phil Dalhausser.

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Anaheim Home & Garden Show

Anaheim Convention Center

800 West Katella Avenue

Anaheim

www.anaheimhomeshows.com

There are more than doors and floors to see at the Anaheim Home and Garden Show. Find affordable ideas for sprucing up the house, patio, backyard and more. Also, there are kid’s clinics to teach children how to be handy around the house. 

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Brick Fest Live !

Pasadena Convention Center

300 East Green Street

Pasadena

events.brickfestlive.com

This is BRICK FEST LIVE lets youngsters imaginations run wild at the Pasadena Convention Center, teaching children how to use their basic motor skills to advanced engineering and robotics.

 For ticket information, check the website: events.brickfestlive.com

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Gayle "Gayle on the Go" Anderson

KTLA 5 News

5800 Sunset Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90028

323-460-5732

Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com

Twitter: @ktlagayle

Facebook: Facebook.com/Gayle Anderson

Instagram: @ktlagayle

 So, what’s going on in your world? Let me know! Please be sure to provide video with your request. The deadline for your information is EVERY Tuesday 5pm.

 And, don’t forget you can always post your information on the KTLA Community Calendar. Here’s the link: http://ktla.com/community

Have a GREAT weekend! 

Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.

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