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Happy Sunday!

It's a glorious day and the beginning of All Terrain Vehicle Safety Week. There are free courses. The Discovery Cube Los Angeles has two new traveling exhibits. The Big Train Show is in Ontario. This is just sample of the Sunday activities featured on this edition of GAYLE ON THE GO!

Enjoy!

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ATV Safety Week

Now through June 14th

www.atvsafetyweek.org

This weekend is the beginning of All Terrain Vehicle Safety Week. Free training and safety courses are being offered nationwide.

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 92 percent of all ATV-related fatalities are the result of warned-against behaviors, such as youth riding on adult-sized ATVs. Take some time during ATV Safety Week and learn about the proper operation of your machine, find out about helmets and other protective gear, and learn ways to dramatically reduce risk for you, your family and friends.

To find a California course near you, take a look at the website www.atvsafety.org or call 1-800-887-2887.

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Adventures with Clifford the Big Red Dog

Animal Grossology

Discovery Cube Los Angeles

11800 Foothill Boulevard

Los Angeles

818 686 2823

www.discoverycube.org/la

Summer starts early at Discovery Cube Los Angeles with the opening of two traveling exhibits. First, there’s Adventures with Clifford The Big Red Dog

Get ready for a “paws-on” adventure with Emily Elizabeth and the residents of Birdwell Island. Early learners will enjoy exploring and playing in popular places like Emily’s Backyard Theater, Clifford’s Doghouse, T-Bone Beach, and more! Hands-on activities include making music in the Musical Marina, hunting treasures at T-Bone’s Beach, and going on a reading adventure at the Birdwell Island Library where kids can read their favorite Clifford book.

Guests can explore Clifford’s world with activities that promote “Clifford’s Big Ideas” – ten simple life lessons designed to help children navigate their world: Share, Play Fair, Have Respect, Work Together, Be Responsible, Be Truthful, Be Kind, Believe in Yourself, Be a Good Friend, and Help Others.

Second, there’s Animal Grossology, a unique look at the animal kingdom and some of nature’s grossest topics. This interactive exhibit puts a unique spin on blood suckers, slime makers, and vomit munchers to uncover why animals do the yucky things they do.

This hands-on exhibit offers a refreshing look at blood, pellets, vomit, and digestion as well as some of Earth’s slimiest and stinkiest inhabitants. Learn why cows chew cud, how a snail’s slime may help doctors treat cystic fibrosis, or why the dung beetle is considered nature’s original pooper scooper. Guests of all ages will enjoy this interactive exhibit with fun learning games, activities, and animatronics to explore the science of animals.

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Women Can Build : Re-Envisioning Rose

Union Station

Main Waiting Room

800 North Alameda Street

Downtown Los Angeles

www.womencanbuild.org 

This is “WOMEN CAN BUILD: Re-Envisioning Rosie.”  This photo exhibit features poignant photos of 15 modern-day “Rosie the Riveters” produced by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Deanne Fitzmaurice. The exhibition includes never-before-exhibited photos of the original, WWII-era “Rosie the Riveter” photos from the Library of Congress. You can see this for free at Union Station, in the Main Waiting Room in downtown Los Angeles.

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First Ever Drone Footage of Gray Whales: Mother & Calf

Captain Dave’s Dolphin & Whale Safari

Dana Point

www.dolphinsafari.com

For the first time ever the presence of a gray whale mother has been recorded with not just one but two calves using a drone! Whale watching passengers and crew with Captain Dave’s Dolphin & Whale Safari in Dana Point, California, could not believe what they were seeing.

How rare is one mom with two calves? Captain Dave Anderson reports he has never heard of anyone even seeing a gray whale with two calves. Captain Dave says it is not known if these whales are twins or if one was adopted by the mother. There have been cases of dolphins adopting other dolphin calves of the same or different species into their pod.  

 To see this and to schedule a whale watching tour, visit the website www.dolphinsafari.com 

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The Big Train Show

Ontario Convention Center

2000 East Convention Center Way

Ontario

909 937 3000

www.bigtrainshow.com 

The Big Train Show is rolling through the Ontario Convention Center. In addition to trains, learn how to make your model railroad layouts look incredibly realistic with the experts of the Hot Wire Foam Factory. From carving to coating, from foam block to mountain top, they say they will guide you. Bring your questions and ideas and they will show you how to bring them to life. You do not have to be an artist to do this fast fun and easy hobby. If you can imagine if, they can show you how to make it.

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Twisted Colossus

Six Flags Magic Mountain

26101 Magic Mountain Parkway

Valencia

http://www.sixflags.com

The world’s longest hybrid roller coaster is rocking and rolling at Six Flags Magic Mountain. This is the new Twisted Colossus, a combination of wood and steel, featuring four minutes of thrills on nearly 5,000 feet of track, featuring two roller coaster trains that race and loop over each other so close you can nearly high five the other roller coaster lovers.

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Rewind Racers Roller Coaster

Adventure City

Orange County’s Little Theme Park

1238 South Beach Boulevard

Anaheim

714 236 9300

www.adventurecity.com

If you want to experience a roller coaster on a smaller scale, but just as exciting, there’s the REWIND RACERS roller coaster at Adventure City. The new attraction celebrates the 20th anniversary of the family friendly theme park. Designed by the well-known German ride manufacturer Gerstlauer Amusement Rides GMBH, “Rewind Racers” is the first family shuttle coaster in North America.

The coaster travels along the track both forward and backwards and will accommodate riders of all ages with a mere 39’ height requirement when accompanied by an adult. The unique design offers comfortable seating for both small children and senior passengers and a smooth, gentle ride the whole family can enjoy. Rewind Racers stands at 40 feet and travels at up to 28 miles per hour. The coaster is made up of 7 cars with 2 passengers per car for a total of up to 14 passengers per ride.

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Fourth Annual Holman Community Development Corporation Gospel Brunch Fundraiser

USC Town & Gown  

665 Exposition Boulevard

Los Angeles

www.holman-cdc.org

And, if you like gospel, then, you might enjoy the Fourth Annual Holman Church Community Development Corporation Gospel Brunch. Gospel choirs include the Jubilant Voices of Holman United Methodist Church; the Kenneth Day Singers; and the Holman Quartet.

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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

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

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

Have a GREAT Sunday ! 

Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.