Let’s have some fun and let’s do something interesting! Here are some suggetions! Enjoy!
Torrance Antique Street Faire
1317 Sartori Avenue
Admission is free to the Torrance Antique Street Faire. That’s so you will more money to spend with the more than 200 vendors offering antiques, furniture, vintage clothes, jewelry, tools, plants, albums, home décor and more at bargain prices!
Los Angeles Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis
1615 Ocean Avenue
310 478 4513
Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis is walking to raise funds and increase awareness for the 1.6 million American adults and children affected by Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Join hundreds of supporters along the picturesque Pacific Palisades Park at Tongva Park in Santa Monica. Funds raised Sunday will help transform the lives of those impacted by the diseases, and support critical research, education, and patient support programs.
Venice Japanese Community Center Summer Festival
12448 Braddock Drive
310 822 8885
The Venice Japanese Community Center Annual Summer Festival is an opportunity to learn about Japanese culture, where you can explore exhibitions, demonstrations, music, art, photography, and landscaping.
Supersonic Palette: The Art of Flight by Mike Machat
3425 Mission Inn Avenue
951 684 7111
The Riverside Art Museum presents SUPERSONIC PALETTE: The Art of Flight by Mike Machat.
Machat is a master of capturing the image of all types of aircraft. His career as an artist has included commercial concept art for airplane manufacturers, the recording of historic moments in aviation history, commissions from record-breaking pilots, and more.
He extensively researches details by building models and creating multiple scale drawings to ensure that all of the aircraft are faithfully reproduced. He interviews pilots and flies the route in question during the same season and in similar weather conditions to view foliage and ground cover conditions. Several works in the exhibit will be accompanied by a selection of these research materials for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the artist’s process.
Most Wanted Toys of the Summer 2016
Time to Play Magazine
Chris Byrne, The Toy Guy
Time To Play Magazine’s Toy Expert Chris Byrne has unveiled his 2016 list of the most wanted toys of the Summer. Popular are the Summer movie toys including the Skateboarding Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Mikey; the new outdoor water blasters from Buzz Bee Toys and Hasbro; the new bubble machines that produce bubbles we can eat!
To see the complete list of this Summer most popular toys, take a look at the website: www.TTPM.com/MostWanted
20th Birthday Celebration of Pacific Park
380 Santa Monica Pier
310 260 8744
Children and adults will enjoy Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier, where we can see the new “Lights On” the Pacific Park’s Ferris Wheel to celebrate the park’s 20th birthday.
The nearly one-million-dollar new lighting package can create custom designs, featuring increased illumination and resolution from just 18-pixels to 64 pixels and from 8 to 16.7 million color value combinations.
Kids Bowl Free
PINZ Bowling Center
12655 Ventura Boulevard
Here’s something for the Summer. Free bowling for the kids, a nationwide program where registered kids receive two FREE games of bowling every day all summer. This is a deal valued at over $500 per child.
Pinz Bowling Center in Studio City is one of hundreds of participating bowling centers in the United States and Canada. For more information and to find a participating bowling center near you, check the website: www.KidsBowlFree.com
Electric Cars: Fad or Future?
Automobile Driving Museum
610 Lairport Street
310 909 0950
There’s Tesla, the Nissan Leaf, the BMW i3, the Chevrolet Volt. All electric cars. Are they a fad or are they future? We can find out at a new exhibit at the Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo.
The exhibition includes unusual electric vehicles from the 1960s and the 1970s.
Auto Club Speedway
9300 Cherry Avenue
866 771 RACE
Oh wait! You would rather drive a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Corvette, or some other exotic sports car? No problem. The folks at Exotics Racing in are ready for you at the track at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.
Celebrate the anniversary of the first time an American can manufacturer won the classic 24 Hours of Le Mans June 1966, by having your own clone of the 1966 Ford / Shelby GT40.
It’s available as well as continuation Shelbys, Cobras, and Daytona Coupes at Superformance in Irvine. The specialized car manufacturer has received late car designer and race car driver Carroll Shelby’s blessing, with a licensing fee, to resume manufacturing these cars, using original Shelby blueprints and molds. Modern technological advances are included, especially air conditioning, which allow these sports cars to ride and handle better than the originals.
Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.
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Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.