You know what’s handy? Waking up in the morning, firing up your phone/computer and being able to scan a super quick (but curated) rundown of the best of what lies ahead. So here it is, our list of fun things to do in Los Angeles for today, Sunday, March 8, 2020.
*** SPECIAL NOTE: On March 4, 2020 Los Angeles County declared a local health emergency in response to new Novel Coronavirus Activity (COVID-19). Per LA County’s press release, although individual risk of county residents contracting COVID-19 remains low, now is a good time to educate yourself on how the virus spreads and go over preparations you should make should the situation escalate, and more extreme measures (such as mandated social distancing) become a requirement. The County’s website has many excellent resources, including an F.A.Q. on COVID-19, and general steps you can take to stop the spread of illness, including a guide on proper hand washing. ***
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1. [9 a.m.] Enjoy a History Hike to the Roberts Ruins at Solstice Canyon in Malibu. It’s an easy one-mile hike and you’ll find yourself near the canyon waterfall! FREE
2. [9 a.m.] The world famous Rose Bowl Flea Market takes place the second Sunday of every month and features over 2,500 vendors.
3. [11 a.m.] The Holi Festival of Colors (March 7-8) bills itself as the “World’s Happiest Transformation Event.” So what does that mean? Picture a massive celebration featuring mantra bands, DJ’s, interactive Bollywood and Bhangra, a Yoga Melt Down, colors, cuisine, crafts, and plenty of free hugs.
4. [11 a.m.] The Annenberg Space For Photography is sharing four decades of Vanity Fair’s celebrity portraits from their annual Hollywood issues as well as captures from past Oscar night parties in their latest exhibit Vanity Fair: Hollywood Calling. FREE
5. [noon] The 46th Annual Redondo Beach Kite Festival returns to the Redondo Pier on Sunday for one of the longest-running kite festivals in the United States. FREE
6. [4 p.m.] The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust and JQ International present a screening of “Dear Fredy,” the documentary of Fredy Hirsch, an openly gay Jewish man who helped thousands of children during the Nazi occupation. The film screens at 4 p.m.
7. [6 p.m.] Matter Studio Gallery hosts a Restorative Super Moon Sound Bath which will include slow flow yoga, breath-work, essential oil therapy and more.
8. [7 p.m.] Wisdome LA is hosting a Super Moon Sound Bath Experience on Sunday evening.
10. [various] Happy Daylight Savings Angelenos! Wescom will be picking up the tab at 23 locations of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® up to $15 per transaction until $2,000 worth of bills are paid at each location.
#SPONSORED DEAL OF THE DAY: $2.50 tix to the Long Beach Crawfish Festival (via Goldstar)