10 Things To Do this Sunday in L.A. [4-10-2022]

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Stairs from Palisades Park descend on to a bridge that crosses PCH. Jan 28, 2022. Photo by Brian Champlin

What a difference a day makes, huh? 20 degrees cooler and a hint of cloud cover makes it an ideal morning for a walk. So take a walk. Need ideas? Start here.

And if walking is not your thing, check below to find our top three to-do picks for this Sunday (April 10) in Los Angeles, followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Whatever you do, enjoy!


Things To Do For Saturday

USC Pacific Asia Museum -> Every second Sunday of the month the USC Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena offers free admission. Right at UPAM you can check out their latest exhibition, Bali: Agency and Power in Southeast Asia (on view through June 12), as well as a newly renovated, interactive permanent gallery focused on The Silk Road.

The Brewery Artwalk -> The twice annual open studio weekend at the Brewery Art Complex finishes up day two on Sunday. Expect dozens of participating artists showcasing their works. Free to attend. Runs 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. More info here.

Sunday Funday at The Wallis -> The Wallis continues its free outdoor family events series on Sunday with a variety live music for kids and families, a “Spring Groove” music, meditation and yoga session followed by salsa dancing with Lyrik Cruz featuring a live salsa band. More info on the series here.

Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today

  • The Renaissance Pleasure Faire returns to the Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area this weekend for the start of its spring run.
  • This weekend the Getty Villa hosts Family Festival: Persia, a two-day event featuring dance, storytelling, puppet-marking, calligraphy, craft-making, and other and interactive events.
  • The Museum of Latina American Art in Long Beach offers free admission every Sunday.
  • The Rose Bowl every pops up every second Sunday of the month. General admission is $12. More info here.
  • The Getty’s annual concert series continues this Sunday with a Hawaiian dance and voice performance led by Kumu Hula Keali’i Ceballos, with music provided by Grammy-award winner Daniel Ho. Free to attend with reservation, but remember parking is $20.
  •  Pez Cantina recently brought back its AYCE Sunday brunch buffet. The all-you-can-eat experience runs $40 per person with an option to add an all-you-can-drink option that includes bottomless beer and mimosas for $30 per person or bottomless seasonal margaritas, beer and wine for $40 per person. 
  • The California African American Museum offers a hands-on session for families where they’ll use collage materials to recreate the poses in Deborah Roberts’s large-scale figurative mural, Little man, little man (2020), while CAAM staff capture photos. Free to attend.

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