This weekend marks the end of Laguna Beach’s most popular festivals, the Sawdust Art Festival. Our Gayle Anderson has all the details on this event and more in this weekend’s ‘Gayle On The Go’.
Saturday @ 11am
50th Anniversary of the March on Washington
Crenshaw Boulevard & Vernon Avenue
The “We Still Have A Dream Coalition” commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington with a local march and rally at 11:00 a.m. at Leimert Park. The “Act Now For Human Rights” rally will include speakers, entertainment, and a march down Crenshaw Boulevard.
41st Annual Orange International Street Fair
The Plaza @ Chapman & Glassell
714 633 4816
Every Labor Day weekend, Orange hosts an international street fair. The downtown event features food and entertainment from around the world. All proceeds benefit local non-profit organizations that serve the community.
This Weekend @ 10am|
Here Comes the Love Festival
Leimert Park Village
4318 Degnan Boulevard
323 596 0955
Here’s another Labor Day weekend tradition. This is the Leimert Park Village African Arts and Music Festival. There are 30 live performances, lots of vendors, a natural hair show and giveaways.
Time 4 Class Dance & Fitness Studio
9713 Lurline Avenue
818 700 1756
Time 4 Class Dance & Fitness Studio celebrates five years keep its customers in shape with a morning of free fitness classes. Try chair aerobics, boxing, Zumba, Restorative Yoga, Cycling and more.
Learn “Everything Elderberry/Wansak with Kat High” at a hands-on workshop at the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants. Make an elderberry/wansak clapstick and-if berries are ripe and ready to gather-some elderberry syrup!
Saturday @ 7pm
Chicago Steppin’ @ The LA Opera
135 North Grand Avenue
310 266 4274
More than one thousand dancers are expected to slide and guide “Chicago Steppin’” style at – of all places the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. A customized wooden floor has designed and installed for this unusual and special occasion at the LA Opera House.
Weekend in Polynesia
Pearson Park Amphitheatre
401 Lemon Avenue
We’re guaranteed a HOT TIME in Anaheim at the “Weekend in Polynesia.” In addition to this fire knife dance competition, there are signing contests as well as traditional food.
19th Annual Hula & Chant Competition
Long Beach Performing Arts Center
300 East Ocean Boulevard
Travel to Hawaii without getting on an airplane at southern California’s only hula and chant competition back this Labor Day weekend at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center. This event is designed to learn and appreciate Hawaiian traditions.
Long Beach Greek Festival
5761 East Colorado Street
562 494 8929
Learn about the culture of Greece at the Long Beach Greek Festival. We’re invited to eat…drink…and dance!!!
This Weekend @ 10am
32nd Annual Malibu Kiwanis Chili Cook Off & Carnival
23789 Stuart Ranch Road
Who is that behind those Foster Grant sunglasses? You never know! You might spot your favorite celebrity at the Malibu Kiwanis Chili Cook-Off and Carnival. This year the event is a proud sponsor of the Wounded Warrior Project.
Saturday @ 10am
Whittier Craft Fair & Boutique
16127 Whittier Boulevard
The Whittier Craft Fair & Boutique is open and ready for Labor Day bargain hunters. Admission is free so you plenty of cash to buy crafts.
This Weekend @ 10 am
Sawdust Art Festival
935 Laguna Canyon Road
This is the last weekend the SAWDUST SUMMER ART FESTIVAL. More than two-hundred Laguna Beach artists have been working all summer producing one of a kind ceramics, glass, woodwork, jewelry, sculpture, painting, photography, textiles, clothing, furniture, and much more.
Gayle, Gayle on the Go, Anderson
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Have a GREAT Saturday!
Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.