SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
AMERICAN INDIAN ARTS MARKETPLACE AT THE AUTRY: More than 185 Native American artists will be on display atthe Autry’s annual Marketplace. Featuring the finest in contemporary and traditional Also check out artist demonstrations, seminars, music, dance, and food. Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., Autry National Center,4700 Western Heritage Way, Cost: Adults: $12 Seniors (60+), Children (9+), Students(with I.D.): $8 Children 8 or younger: Free
FALL INTO THE ARTS IN DOWNTOWN BURBANK: Peruse thousands of paintings, sculptures,photographs, and a extensive selection of jewelry, fine glass, ceramics and woodwork all made by hand and for sale. Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. San Fernando Boulevard between Magnolia Boulevard and Olive Avenue. Free.
FREE PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS IN NATURE: Take a story-filled walk through this still active filming location where early MGM Director Clarence Brown made films and threw star-studded parties. Meet at parking lot, left of pond, 1.5hrs. Saturday, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m., King Gillette Ranch) 26800 Mulholland Hwy Calabasas 818-878-0866 x 228
STEELY DAN/JAMES TAYLOR TRIBUTE AT THE MADRID THEATRE: Two great acts in one show are featured in this tribute to classic 70′s-80′s radio rock. The double bill features ‘A Tribute to James Taylor featuring The Taylor-Made Band’ and Pretzel Logic who delivers the best of Steely Dan. Saturday, 7:30p.m.-9:30 p.m., Madrid Theater,21622 Sherman Way, Canoga Park. Cost: $40.
AERIFORM ARTS ONE YEAR SHOW AND PARTY: This Noho aerial studio which offers classes in Aerial Yoga, Pole Dancing, Pilates, Silks, Lyra, Yoga and Classic Burlesque is celebrating their one year anniversary with food, drinks, music, student and teacher performances, special give-a-ways, $5 raffle, 10 pack class discounts, and 10% off all merchandise. Check it out!
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME: Time to “Fall Back” when daylight saving time ends this weekend. Turn your clock back an hour before you go to sleep.
WeSPARK RUN/WALK AT UNIVERSAL STUDIOS: Mark L. Walberg (host of Antique Roadshow) is set to host this unique athletic competition for a cause that’s open to all ages and levels of fitness. The 10K & 5K courses have their paths marked past legendary movie sets from Jaws, Psycho House, and War of the Worlds, as well as backdrops such as New York Street and Spartacus Square. In addition, the family-friendly event includes an expo featuring walk-around characters, face painting, live musical acts, and a delicious array of gourmet food trucks. Check out the Facebook page for all the up-to date info!
12TH ANNUAL DIA DE LOS MUERTOS FESTIVAL: Events for the day include, Chalk Art Festival with artists from around the country, Make an Altar at the Event, Car Show, Childrens Area with Radio Disney Stage Entertainers, Food, Vendors. Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sherman Way from Canoga Ave to Topganga Canyon Blvd in Historic Downtown Canoga Park Business District. Free.
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