Sunday “Gayle on the Go!”, Sunday, March 27th, 2016

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It's Easter Sunday.

There are church services as well as Easter bunny fun on the Sunday "Gayle on the Go!" list. Enjoy.


Community Outdoor Sunrise & Easter Services
Ontario Town Square Amphitheater
224 North Euclid Avenue
909 983 2411

It’s Easter Sunday. Sunrise services are happening at all morning at the Ontario Town Square Amphitheater in Ontario.


Easter Sunrise Service
Battleship Iowa
250 South Harbor Boulevard
Los Angeles

Easter Sunrise Service
Battleship Iowa
250 South Harbor Boulevard
Los Angeles
The Battleship IOWA Museum celebrates Easter weekend with a Sunrise Easter Service followed by the museum’s 4th Annual Easter Breakfast, that includes a visit from the Easter bunny as well as an Easter egg hunt and a petting zoo.


Center of Hope Easter Celebration 2016
9550 Crenshaw Boulevard

And, Pastor Geremy Dixon hosts an Easter celebration at the Center of Hope Easter in Inglewood. The pastor says the prayer and the party begin at 11am.


Big Bunny Spring Fling
Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens
5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles
Also, the Easter Bunny is spending some time at the Los Angeles Zoo for BIG BUNNY SPRING FLING. This annual Spring celebration includes crafts, photo ops, and a chance to pet real bunnies.


Endangered Tasmanian Devils
New Herd of Grevy’s Zebras
5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles
(323) 644-4200

And, while you’re at the Los Angeles Zoo, take time to see the endangered male Tasmanian devils, the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial. The L.A. Zoo is one of only four zoos in the United States to house Tasmanian devils in its animal collection.

The L.A. Zoo participates in a Conservation Ambassador Program, in partnership with the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program, in hopes of making Zoo visitors aware of this species’ conservation needs. The Tasmanian devil population has declined over 60 percent in the last 10 years due to major survival threats caused by a large number of road kills, dog kills, being hunted by foxes, persecution by humans, low genetic diversity, and other diseases. Perhaps the largest factor responsible for the species’ decline is a fatal, infectious cancer known as Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD), a rapidly spreading condition among the Tasmanian devil population.

Also new at the zoo, four Grevy’s zebras. The new herd, consisting of one male, four years old from the Bronx Zoo, and three females, all two years old and younger and from the Jacksonville Zoo and the Oglebay Park Good Zoo, were sent to the L.A. Zoo as part of a breeding recommendation from the Association of Zoo’s and Aquarium’s (AZA) Species Survival Program. The L.A. Zoo hopes the new group will interact positively and lead to offspring that would help educate guests about the continually declining population of this species in the wild.
The Grevy’s zebra, the largest of the three species of zebra, is easily distinguished from plain and mountain zebras due to their larger frame, thin striping patterns, giant round ears, and white belly. Found in the deserts of northern Kenya and Ethiopia, the Grevy’s zebra population is rapidly declining, estimated at less than 2,500 left in the wild, due to habitat loss, reduction of available water sources, overgrazing and competition from domesticated animals, and hunting.


The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch
5704 Paseo Del Norte
760 431 0352

The color at the Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch is unbelievable. Mother Nature is responsible for the 50 acres of extra ordinary chromaticity in full bloom now until May 8th.


Saturday, April 2nd
Sunday, April 3rd
Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour
41 of the Region’s Most Beautiful Private & Public Landscapes

While we’re on the subject of Mother Nature and color, don’t forget to get your tickets now for next weekend’s 2016 Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour, a two-day self-guided journey through 41 of the region’s most beautiful and inspiring private and public landscapes, teaching us we can STILL have a glorious garden in a drought without using a lot of water.

About the Garden Tour:
The gardens on this tour contain at least 50% native plants. Each garden is a labor of love, a place created in harmony with southern California’s climate, soil, natural vegetation and native wildlife. The gardens are divided into two groups: one open Saturday and the other open Sunday. At each location, you’ll meet garden owners, designers and docents. Use the descriptions and icons on this site to plan your personalized excursion, choosing 4-7 gardens to visit each day at a leisurely pace.

Garden Tour Etiquette:
Show this tour guide to gain entry to each garden
Stay on marked walkways and paths, respect property and gardens
Do not damage plants or take cuttings
No pets allowed
No smoking
Children are welcome; they must be supervised at all times
Visit only on open days and during tour hours
When parking, please be sensitive to garden neighbors


Universoul Circus
StubHub Center
18400 Avalon Boulevard

The circus is in town. It’s the UniverSOUL Circus, featuring ten international performers from China to Africa to Latin America.

The UniverSOUL Circus is in Carson at the Stub Hub Center now through Sunday, April 17th.


Mummies of the World: The Exhibition
Bowers Museum
2002 North Main Street
Santa Ana
714 567 3600

Mummies of the World is new at the Bowers Museum Santa Ana. The exhibition features mummies and artifacts from
Europe, South America and Egypt more than 4,000 years old.

A fascinating mix of old and new, this captivating collection bridges the gap between past and present with contributions from 10 world-renowned institutions and two private collectors.


Vatican Splendors
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
40 Presidential Drive
Simi Valley

Vatican art, history, culture and religion are presented using the extraordinary works by art masters including Michelangelo, Bernini, Parmigianino and Guercino, and objects dating back to the first century.

From the venerated relics (bone fragments) of Saint Peter and Saint Paul to Michelangelo's art and tools used in work on the Sistine Chapel, this exhibit comprises one of the largest Vatican collections ever to tour North America. Many items have never before been on public view.


Little Dreams in Glass & Metal Enameling in America Exhibit
Craft & Folk Art Museum
5814 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
323 937 4230

The Craft & Folk Art Museum presents Little Dreams in Glass and Metal: Enameling in America, 1920 to the Present, the first nationally traveling exhibition of enamel arts in more than 50 years.

Enameling — the art of fusing glass to metal through a high temperature firing process — is an under-documented art form rich in history, technique, and visual opulence. The exhibition explores the history of enameling in this country over the past 100 years through objects ranging from cloisonné jewelry to large abstract wall panels.


Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.