With showers letting up and the skies clearing, it’s tracking to be a great Sunday in Los Angeles. So where are you off to?
Today in L.A. you’ll find the the Pasadena Doo Dah Parade, the LA Auto Show, Enchanted Forest of Light at Descanso Gardens, the Frogtown Flea Crawl, a free classical music concert in K-Town, and much more. Get started with our full rundown below.
Make Metro Part of Your Weekend
Pasadena Doo Dah Parade – > The Pasadena Doo Dah Parade returns this Sunday for its 44th installment, featuring an irreverent and oddball cast of characters marching down Colorado Blvd in Old Pasadena. The action starts at 11 a.m. near the intersection of Holly and Raymond (the original route of the parade). More info here.
Go Metro: Take the A Line to Memorial Park Station
Three Top Picks To Do This Sunday
M = Less than .5 miles from an L.A. Metro Station, FA = Free Admission
Enchanted: Forest of Light – > Descanso Gardens’ annual light is back this Sunday with a range of wondrous, illuminated installations, including a magical “stained glass” creations built in the Rose Garden by contemporary sculptor Tom Fruin. The one-mile walk also features geometric installations from HYBYCOZO on the Main Lawn; Flower Power lights, and sparkling adornments added to Descanso’s Ancient Forest. Enchanted Forest runs November 19 – January 7, 2023. Adult tickets cost $35-$45 for non-members. More info here.
Black Love Brown Pride Nativo Marketplace Takeover -> Black Love Brown Pride honors both Hispanic and Afro-Latinx heritage and culture. Join them this Sunday for a candid conversation delving into the triumphs and tribulations of being Hispanic/Afro-Latina, exploring ways to overcome obstacles together. Guests can also enjoy DJ tunes and a vendor marketplace showcasing black and brown small businesses. Runs 2 to 7 p.m. More info here.
The Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden’s 5th annual Art Fair in the Garden -> The Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden presents its 5th annual Art Fair in the Garden in collaboration with the Pasadena Society of Artists (PSA). Happening on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., guests will see the garden transform into an open-air gallery, showcasing a diverse array of paintings, ceramics, sculptures, collages, and prints by ten local artists. Online registration cost $9.50, free for children 12 and under and $12 at the gate.
Six More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- Great Music LA presents Classical Sundays at Six, featuring a performance by Althea Waites (piano) at St. James Episcopal Church in Koreatown. M FA
- Renegade Craft market pops up Saturday and Sunday at Los Angeles State Historic Park with over 200 craft designers, artists, and creative vendors. M FA
- The Frogtown Flea Crawl pops up adjacent to the L.A. River Path in Elysian Valley from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. FA
- This Friday to Sunday, check out some indie art while sipping on beers during the LRG BREW Art Show at Long Beach Beer Lab. Hosted by Los Ruano Gallery the show will feature 20 artist and over 100 paintings.
- The LA Auto Show returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center for a ten-day affair featuring a who’s who of automotive exhibitors, plus vehicle test drives, activations, and family-friendly entertainment. M
- Complexcon returns this Saturday and Sunday to the Long Beach Convention Center for two-day event featuring a food experience curated by First We Feast, a streetwear and sneaker marketplace, plus a live musical performances headlined by Kid Cudi. M
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