It's Sunday! Let's appreciate the day learning and trying something new! Here are some Sunday "Gayle on the Go!" suggestions. Enjoy!!!
National Drive Electric Week
CE – CERT at University of California, Riverside
1084 Columbia Avenue
National Drive Electric Week
Napa Valley College
2277 Napa Vallejo Highway
This is the last day of NATIONAL DRIVE ELECTRIC WEEK. There are more than three-hundred events happening around in California and around the country, where we can test drive and ask questions about the alternative fuel vehicles.
There is an event happening today in Riverside on the campus of the University of California and another National Drive Electric Week event is underway in Napa at Valley College. For a complete list of National Drive Electric Week events, check the website: driveelectricweek.org.
The High Art of Riding Low
Petersen Automotive Museum
6060 Wilshire Boulevard
This is the last day to explore THE HIGH ART OF RIDING LOW at the Petersen Automotive Museum, which features the work of 50 artists who visualize, celebrate, and interrogate the lowrider car with vehicles, paintings, sculptures, and site-specific installations.
For Sunday exhibit hours and admission prices, check the petersen.org website.
Icons of Style:
A Century of Fashion Photography, 1911-2011
North Sepulveda Boulevard & Getty Center Drive
As much as clothing has changed over past century, so has the way it has been captured on magazine pages and museum walls. This stunning exhibition at the Getty Center is the “Icons of Style: A Century of Fashion Photography, 1911-2011.
There are more than one hundred-sixty photographs presented with a selection of costumes, illustrations, magazine covers, videos, and advertisements. Admission is free!
2018 L.A. County Fair
“Get Your Kicks at the LA County Fair”
Interesting food and fun is yours at the 2018 L.A. County Fair. “Get Your Kicks” at the petting zoos, the craft bazaars, the rides, and live entertainment now through Sunday, September 23rd.
72nd Annual East Los Angeles Mexican Independence Day Parade
Cesar E. Chávez Avenue @ at Mednik Street
Ending at Gage Avenue
East Los Angeles
The East Los Angeles Mexican Independence Day Parade is underway. The parade is described as the longest running and largest event of its kind in the U.S. The parade route starts at Cesar E. Chavez Avenue at Mednik Street and ends at Gage Avenue. This year’s grand marshal is Mexican Golden Age of Cinema actor Armando Silvestre.
Why They Wore It: The Politics and Pop Culture of First Ladies’ Fashion
Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum
18001 Yorba Linda Boulevard
714 993 5075
This is new at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum. There are more than 20 formal gowns and pieces of apparel of American First Ladies featured in the exhibit “Why They Wore It: The Politics & Pop Culture of First Ladies’ Fashion, which breaks new ground by exploring — for the first time — how each First Lady used her favorite styles to advance her own — and her husband’s — agenda, by embracing special causes and promoting political positions.
For tour times and ticket information, check the http://www.nixonfoundation.org website.
Westfield Topanga Restaurant Week
And this the last day to enjoy the inaugural Westfield Topanga Restaurant Week. Your choices range from steakhouses to Southern barbeque.
For the complete list of participating restaurants offering special discounts, check the website:www.westfield.com/topanga/restaurant-week.
Make it a “TASTY” Saturday, Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.
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