10 Things To Do For This Saturday in L.A. [10-14-2023]

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Lovers Bench at Vista Hermosa Park. Photo by Brian Champlin

Ready to activate your Saturday? 75 degrees. Sunny skies. Lots to do. Yeah… you’re into it.

Today in Los Angeles, check out the Culver City Art Walk and Roll fest, Family Day at The Wallis, Archaeology Day in the SaMo Mountains, Weirdo Night with Dynasty Handbag at The Hammer, and much more. Let’s check out the full list below!


Make Metro Part of Your Weekend

Culver City Art Walk and Roll Festival – FA > A four-block stretch of Washington Blvd will close to traffic on Saturday for a day-long event featuring gallery visits, artists, live music, wine and beer gardens, a kids zone, interactive art experiences, and more. Free and open to the public. More info here.

Go Metro: Take the E Line to Culver City station OR La Cienega / Jefferson station.

Three Top Picks To Do This Saturday

M = Less than .5 miles from an L.A. Metro Station, FA = Free Admission

Archaeology Day – FA > The Santa Monica Mountains Fund celebrates National Archaeology Month with an Archaeology Day celebration this Saturday at King Gillette Ranch featuring family-friendly performances and tons of hands-on activities and workshops, including flint knapping demos, spear throwing, and a hands-on excavation box. Runs 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free to attend. More info here.

Family Day at The Wallis – FA > Taking a cue from The Wallis’s popular Sunday Funday series, Family Fest happening this Saturday offers a full day of interactive activities and performances across the Beverly Hills campus. The kid-friendly lineup of artists includes Parker Bent, Mariachi Tierra Mia, Kymberly Stewart, and Spring Groove. Expect food trucks and concessions on hand as well. Runs 10 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Free to attend. More info here.

Weirdo Night with Dynasty Handbag – FA > Weirdo Night is a popular long-running freak forward variety show hosted and curated by Dynasty Handbag (alter ego of Made in L.A.artist Jibz Cameron). For Saturday’s Hammer iteration, Weirdo Night brings together Made in L.A. artists Marcel Alcalá, Pippa Garner (in absentia), Page Person, and Xina Xurner (Young Joon Kwak and Marvin Astorga) with travesdee, plus a dance performance by HAAGS (Jibz Cameron + Emilia Richeson of Ponysweat). More info here.

Six More Things To Do in L.A. Today

  • Celebrate Filipino American History Month at Filled Market this Saturday when the pop-up makes its return to Downtown Los Angeles’ vibrant Manila District.
  • Oktoberfest returns to Santa Anita Park for two weekends (Oct 14-15 & 21-22) of Bavarian beer tastings, steins, live music, dancing, and all that comes with this German themed celebration. 
  • 13th Annual El Velorio Cultural Celebration returns to Plaza de la Raza on Saturday.
  • Friday to Sunday, Son of Monsterpalooza comes to Burbank offering a selection of over 150 exhibitors and creators selling one of a kind creations.
  • Zombie Joe’s Urban Death Tour of Terror is back with a brand new series of terrifying vignettes, bookended by walks through a creepy maze. Performances run on Fridays and Saturdays through October 28.
  • This Thursday to Sunday, The Los Angeles Korean Festival is back at Seoul International Park, promising four exciting days of festivities. FA

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