It’s Sunday! There are many NEW indoor and outdoor adventures. Each has its’ own Covid safety protocols, so please check the websites before you go.

Enjoy! Please stay safe! :-)


30th Pan African Film & Arts Festival 

Tuesday, April 19th to Sunday, May 1st

Cinemark Baldwin Hills Crenshaw 

Los Angeles 

More than two-hundred films are featured, among them the story of Mahalia Jackson, the “Queen of Gospel Music.” The movie entitled, “REMEMBER ME!”  Schedule and ticket information are on the website.


 The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire  

15501 Arrow Highway 

Baldwin Park

626 969 4750

“Hazar!” Yes, the ORIGINAL Renaissance Pleasure Faire returns. The celebration of 16th century England features fun, food and drink. Due to the current pandemic, there are several health and safety measures to know before you go. Those details are on the website.   


Poppy Viewing at Crescent

The L.A. Arboretum 

Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanical Garden 

301 North Baldwin Avenue 


California Poppy lovers, it’s the poppy blooming season, you might want to stop by the L.A. Arboretum and Botanical Garden, to see them in the “Wildflowering L.A” area among nearly an acre of lupine, yarrow, and clarkia.  The website has ticket and visiting guidelines.  


Fabulous Fords Forever!

Largest West Coast All Ford Show

Irwindale Speedway

500 Speedway Drive


626 209 9138

The largest all Ford show on the west coast is rolling into Irwindale Speedway. “Fabulous Fords Forever” features every year, make and model of Henry Ford’s creation founded in 1903. Ticket and spectator guidelines are on the website.


Oceanic Arts: Vintage Tiki Collection Auction Oceanic Arts 12414 Whittier Boulevard


Since 1956, Oceanic Arts has been at the epicenter of the mid-century, pop culture phenomenon known as TIKI. Co-owners Leroy Schmaltz and Bob Van Oosting are retiring, so everything in their Whittier warehouse is available at auction. Auction details are on the and website.