Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” , Sunday, September 25th, 2016

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Happy Sunday! What's on your schedule? Here are some Sunday "Gayle on the Go!" suggestions! Enjoy!


18th Wiggle Waggle Walk @ 8am
Brookside Park

Get your walking shoes and your favorite four legged friend and head to Pasadena for the 18th Annual Wiggle Walk at Brookside Park.

This event is a major fundraiser for the Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA, which is faced with the challenge of caring for more than 12-thousand abandoned and homeless animals.
The Wiggle Waggle Walk happens at Brookside Park in Pasadena. If you don’t have a four legged friend to walk with you, you might find a new buddy at the park available for adoption.


17th Annual Mattel Party on the Pier @ 10am
Pacific Park
380 Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica

Let’s “Party on the Pier!” at Pacific Park in Santa Monica. This is benefit for Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA from 10am-2pm, includes unlimited rides; plus carnival games stocked with prizes donated by Mattel; a brand new kid’s fun lounge which will include a place for kids to relax and participate in various new activities; and a VIP area featuring lunch donated by Wolfgang Puck Catering.

Stars from Disney, Nickelodeon and other popular TV shows and movies will sign autographs for fans, take pictures at the event’s first Selfie Station and help in the game booths.

Ticket prices range from $75.00 to $150.


15th Annual Galbani Cheese Italian Feast of San Gennaro, Los Angeles @ 11am
1651 North Highland Avenue

The 15th Annual Galbani® Cheese Italian Feast of San Gennaro, Los Angeles takes over Hollywood with its annual street festival, celebrating everything Italian, including the savory smells of Italian sausage and peppers, meatballs
simmering in homemade sauce, baked clams on the half shell, warm cheese on perfectly crusted pizza and sugar-powdered zeppole fill the streets of Hollywood while patrons enjoy cold glasses of sangria and listen to the sweet sounds of opera, jazz and big band late into the night! Admission is $5.00.


The 43rd Los Angeles Korean Festival
Seoul International Park
3250 San Marino Street
Los Angeles
213 487 9696

The 43rd Annual LA Korean Festival is weekend of cultural exhibitions, performances, experiences, shopping, and, of course food.

Admission is free. The adventure begins at 10am and continues until 10pm.


50th Anniversary
The Gamble House
4 Westmoreland Place
626 793 3334

Pasadena’s Gamble House is celebrating its’ 50th anniversary as a museum with tour admission of only $1.00!

Experience what architect Charles Greene called “architecture as a fine art.” Hailed by the American Institute of Architects as “formulators of a new and native architecture,” Charles Sumner Greene (1868–1957) and Henry Mather Greene (1870–1954) designed houses and furnishings
a century ago that established a new paradigm for the art of architecture in the United States.

Drawing on the skills of outstanding craftsmen, as well as their own polytechnic training, formal architectural education, and natural artistic sensibilities, Greene and Greene created legendary living environments that were beautiful, functional and modern.

The flowering of the Greene’s careers together was brief and typically benefited a discriminating and wealthy clientele. They produced their most characteristic work between 1906 and 1914, primarily in and around Pasadena. Of their fully coordinated houses with interior furnishings, only the Gamble House survives intact.


Egyptian Theatre Historic Tour @ 10:30am
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles
323 461 2020

The historic Grauman Egyptian Theatre is closed for screenings as the Hollywood
landmark undergoes an extensive half million dollar renovation. But, the 1922 is
facility is open for tours, so you can see some of the detailed repairs. The docent led
tours will take you areas the public never sees. Wear your walking shoes for the hour
long exploration.


The Last Day !
“Dare to Fair”
L.A. County Fair
1101 West McKinley Avenue
909 623 3111

Oh no! This is the last day of the Los Angeles County Fair! It’s the last day to check
out the new attractions, including an ice skating rink, an animated dinosaur exhibit,
and an interactive sports experience that includes baseball, football, basketball,
soccer, hockey and golf.


Unleashed !
Surf City Surf Dogs
Huntington Beach

Hang Ten…or in this case Hang Twenty! Dogs from as far away as Florida, Australia, and Brazil are in town for the “Unleashed Surf City Surf Dogs” competition in Huntington Beach. More than 70 “pawticipants” and international “surfurs” want to claim the top dog honor!

In addition to the surf competition, there will be a SurFUR Expo with vendors on the sand, dog adoptions, and food trucks.


Dino Fest
Natural History Museum
900 Exposition Boulevard
Los Angeles
213 763 DINO

Dinosaurs comes to life in Exposition Park at Dino Fest! Paleontologists at the Natural History Museum are on hand for informative discussions; there’s a fossil dig; demonstrations; workshops; and behind the scenes tours of museum specimens that are rarely on public display.


Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
900 Exposition Boulevard
Los Angeles
(213) 763-DINO

And, while you’re visiting the Natural History Museum, don’t miss this -- the largest exhibition in the United States dedicated to exploring pterosaurs, incredibly diverse winged reptiles and the first back-boned animals to evolve powered flight. PTEROSAURS: FLIGHT IN THE AGE OF DINOSAURS at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County teaches us these prehistoric flying creatures were NEITHER birds not giant bats and they ranged in a variety of sizes; from the size of a sparrow to a two-seater plane.

Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.


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