Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” , Sunday April 17th, 2016

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Happy Sunday!

There is so much going on today it's difficult to decide what to do.

There's the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach; the Fabulous Fords Car Show; the last day of the UniverSoul Circus; the Riverside Air Show and MORE on the Sunday "Gayle on the Go" list!

Have a good time!


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.


Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715-2015
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
(323) 857-6010
These are not costumes! These are outfits that have actually been worn by and designed for men from 1715 to 2015. The more than 200 artifacts and accessories are featured at the NEW exhibit REIGNING MEN: FASHION IN MENSWEAR.

You can see the incredibly well preserved and detailed wardrobes at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.


Rain Room
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
323 857 6000

And, while you’re at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art don’t forget to take a stroll through the rain inside the museum!

Random International’s Rain Room (2012) is an immersive environment of perpetually falling water that pauses wherever a human body is detected. The installation offers visitors an opportunity to experience what is seemingly impossible: the ability to control rain. Rain Room presents a respite from everyday life and an opportunity for sensory reflection within a responsive relationship.


10a.m. to 6p.m.
California Poppy Festival
Lancaster City Park
43011 North 10th Street West

Celebrate the California Poppy, designated the state flower of California in 1903, at the California Poppy Festival in Lancaster. The festival kicks off Spring in the Antelope Valley with fun and food, and California Poppies.


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

We can find Spring color at the Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch. Mother Nature is responsible for the 50 acres of extraordinary Telecote Giant Ranunculus, a member of the Buttercup family, in full bloom now until May 8th.


42nd Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show
Hyatt Regency Westlake
880 South Westlake Boulevard
Westlake Village
Make your home an historic landmark with some of the remodeling ideas you will find at the 42nd Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show.
We can meet local contractors, landscapers, interior designers, solar installers and other home improvement professionals at the show at the Hyatt Regency Westlake.


5th Anniversary
LA Plaza De Cultura Y Artes
501 North Main Street
Los Angeles
888 488 8083
Join LA Plaza De Cultura Y Artes as the cultural center celebrates its fifth anniversary with interactive tours, workshops, and special performances.
If you’re among the first 500 guests, you will get to enjoy enjoy a free treat by Viva los Cupcakes and more!


Now through Sunday, April 17th
Wattles Mansion Showcase House, Starting @ 10a.m.
1824 North Curson Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90046
(818) 508-5200
This is the last weekend we can visit the Wattles Mansion and Gardens. For the first time, the City of Los Angeles is permitting a designer showcase. The theme is ‘Hollywood, The First 100 Years’. Designers are using past movies or Hollywood stars as inspiration for the rooms they have designed.
Wattles Mansion is a 1908 Mission Revival built by the firm of Myron Hunt and Elmer Grey (Rose Bowl, Huntington Library & Ambassador Hotel). The house has been recognized as “the only remaining intact example of the once plentiful Hollywood estates from the period preceding the film industry”. Gurdon Wattles, originally from Omaha Nebraska, was responsible for bankrolling much of early Hollywood and the movie studios.
We can tour the one-of-a-kind property now through April 17th. Check the website for tour times and ticket information.


UniverSoul Circus
StubHub Center
18400 Avalon Boulevard

This is the last weekend to see the UniverSOUL Circus, featuring ten international performers from China to Africa to Latin America. The artistic acts are in Carson at the Stub Hub Center.


Airfest 2016: Thunder Over the Empire @ 8a.m.
March Field Air Base

The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds are providing the “Thunder Over the Empire” at the 2016 Airfest in Riverside. The Thunderbirds are among a variety of high flying superstars at the show as well as aviation displays.

Parking and admission are free.


Fabulous Fords Forever Car Show
Knotts Berry Farm
8195 Stanton Avenue
Buena Park

Ford fans are celebrating their favorite car at the 31st Annual Fabulous Fords Forever Car Show at Knotts Berry Farm in Buena Park.

Oh, you have own a Ford to join the fun and to learn about the car that revolutionized mass production methods and the company that created the world’s first moving assembly line for cars.


Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach
Downtown Long Beach

And, ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! Event organizers say there isn’t a better street course race in the country than the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.

There promises to be plenty of action on the 1.963-mile, 11-turn circuit near the water’s edge.


Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.


KTLA 5 News
5800 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Twitter: @ktlagayle
Facebook: Anderson
Instagram: @ktlagayle

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Have a GREAT weekend!
Gayle :-)

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