Sunday “Gayle on the Go!”, Sunday, May 1st, 2016

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What are you doing this fabulous Sunday? Hmmm! Here are a few suggestions on the Sunday "Gayle on the Go!" list. Have a good time!


2016 Tour de Cure Ship to Shore Bicycle Ride
The Queen Mary
1126 Queen’s Highway
Long Beach
Join the fight to stop diabetes at the Tour de Cure Ship to Shore bicycle ride in Long Beach. In addition to fundraising, this is a unique opportunity to bike ride from Long Beach to Los Angeles across the Gerald Desmond and Vincent Thomas Bridges in addition to the scenic coastline views. A 5-mile Run from the Queen Mary to the top of the Gerald Desmond Bridge and back has been added.
Complimentary breakfast and lunch are provided at the Queen Mary Events Park featuring live music, and family-friendly activities.


LA Cinco
El Pueblo Los Angeles
Downtown Los Angeles
The Latin Soul Jam Band Boogaloo Assassins headline the new LA Cinco music festival in downtown Los Angeles. The free event happens on multiple stages featuring a variety of Reggae, Salsa, and Hip-Hop bands, art, and food celebrating Mexican-American culture in Los Angeles.
Jackalope Art & Craft Fair
Central Park
275 South Raymond Avenue
The Jackalope Art and Craft Fair might be a great location to find a unique Mother’s Day or Graduation present. The fair features more than 200 hundred juried artists and their one of a kind creations.
In addition to quality shopping, there are lawn games, a kids crafting station, and a series of free to the public workshops.
And in case you get hungry, there will be food trucks at the event as well.
Register Now for Saturday, May 7th
Jewel City Bowl
135 South Glendale Avenue

We can start practicing our bowling skills and register for the BOWLING FOR RHINOS fundraiser, Saturday, May 7th, 2016 at Jewel City Bowl in Glendale. Proceeds from the event will help protect the five, that’s right five Rhino species that exist today—the White, Black, Greater One-Horned, Sumatran and Javan. All are endangered.

The Rhino is killed for its horn to be used in oriental medicines and as symbolic dagger handles. The horn is so valuable to poachers that the Rhino cannot survive unless it is on protected sanctuaries.

To register your team, make a donation if you can’t participate in the bowling event or for more information, visit the Los Angeles Chapter of the AAZK website at


Arts Alive Festival
Oso Viejo Community Park
Village Green
24932 Veterans Way
Mission Viejo
Mission Viejo hosts the Arts Alive Festival celebrating the art and culture of the 1990s. Watch the work artists chalk street painting, entertainment, as well as arts and crafts vendors offering handcrafted jewelry, candles, scarves, beaded ware, paintings and photography, handmade toys, bird feeders and a host of other unique items just in time for Mother's Day.
The Mission Viejo Garden Club will host its annual plant sale and demonstration garden, and patrons will have the chance to take part in a worldwide "breathing exercise."
A shuttle bus will be available from the Civic Center at 200 Civic Center from noon to 6 p.m. on both days.

For more information, visit See video here


The Original Renaissance Pleasure Fair
Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area
15501 East Arrow Highway
626 969 4750

Irwindale is going back in time!

The ORIGINAL Renaissance Pleasure Faire takes us back to the Elizabethan age – 1558 to 1603 – with 20-acres of fun and fantastic costumed characters as well as the arts, crafts, rides, games and food of the period.


Planes of Fame Air Show
7000 Merrill Avenue, #17
(909) 597-3722

The Planes of Fame Airshow flies high at the Chino Airport. This weekend the classic air show commemorates the “75th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor."

There are more than 40 50 historic aircraft. There are performers include including the U.S.A.F. F-16 Viper Demo Team and Heritage Flight, Sean D. Tucker Team Oracle Aerobatics, Texas Flying Legends, Erickson Airshow Collection, Sea Fury Aerobatics by Sanders Aeronautics, Rob Harrison and the Tumbling Bear, N9MB Flying Wing Demonstration,, Granley Yak Aerobatic Team, Jelly Belly Airplane, John Collver's AT-6 Aerobatics, and over 50 WWII aircraft including the B-25 Mitchell , P-47 Thunderbolt, and P-51 Mustang.

Also, there will be a special panel discussion with honored veterans, military vehicles, a ‘Kids Zone’, food and drinks and vendors!


Antique Truck Show
Orange Empire Railway Museum
2201 South "A" Street
951 943-3020

Antique trains and trucks have something in common this weekend in Perris. We can see both at the Orange Empire Railway Museum at the facility’s annual truck show.

This one-day special event at Southern California's railway heritage park features hundreds of restored, vintage trucks; from semis to pickups to delivery vehicles and farm and fire equipment, in addition to rolling locomotives and street cars.

The event is co-sponsored by the American Truck Historical Society Southern California Chapter and the Orange Empire Railway Museum, whose missions are to preserve trucking and rail history in Southern California and the West.


Ultimate Mother’s Day Floral Design” Classes
Fleurish Flower Bar - Brentwood
11906 San Vicente Boulevard
Los Angeles
(310) 575-8775

Fleurish Flower Bar - The Village at Topanga
6320 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Suite #1623
Woodland Hills
(818) 538-3338

Make Mom something special at Fleurish , a first of its’ kind floral bar, where we are taught the art and creative experience of flower arranging.

We can schedule one of the “Ultimate Mother’s Day Floral Design” classes currently underway. For the schedule and prices at the Brentwood and Woodland Hills locations, check the website www.


The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch
5704 Paseo Del Norte
760 431 0352
Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch is in bloom. Mother Nature is responsible for the 50 acres of Rannuculus color which will only last until Mother’s Day weekend.


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Have a GREAT weekend!

Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.

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