Venice Summer Fest – NBC Los Angeles

  • Saturday 25 June, 12.00 am to 20.00 pm
  • Venice Boulevard in downtown Mar Vista” (between Centinela Avenue and Grand View Boulevard)
  • Free entrance; 150+ craftsmen, food trucks, games, dog adoption

The Venice Feast: On Saturday, June 25, head to Venice Boulevard in Mar Vista and sunny stroll through more than 150 artisans (they’ll be there with all kinds of jewelry, clothing, and crafty cool goodies). Find some treasures to buy and take home? If possible, such as stopping at a food truck, joining a game, admiring art, swinging in to some live tunes, and falling in love with a dog in the adoptive area. The beneficiary of the day is Nourish LA, an organization that seeks to “feed those in need” by collecting surplus food from numerous places, including trees, farms and more.

Delicious Little Tokyo: A weekend of foodie bliss in a spectacular neighborhood? It sounds like the ideal way to spend the first Saturday or Sunday (or both) of summer 2022. Several events are on the schedule, including a Food History of Little Tokyo, a lavish take on J-Town Treats & Eats, a celebration of Spam Musabi (there’s a workshop to learn skills at home), and, mmm , Matcha Mania, a walking tour dedicated to the powerfully tasty green tea powder. You’ll want to get your hands on a ticket before you go, and of course browse (and dream about) the tasty offerings.

Getty 25 celebrates Pacoima: The Getty Center will soon be shining a light on its 25th anniversary, but before then there are free celebrations to enjoy in communities around Southern California. Pacoima will be in the spotlight on June 25-26, with an emphasis on art workshops, tunes, culture and how we can be better stewards of the planet. Pacoima Town Hall is the hub of the lively action, which runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on both days. Are you coming later in July? Parties honoring Reseda and the San Gabriel Valley.

Summer Exhibitions Celebration: The Hammer Museum in Westwood keeps the art-loving vibe going after the summer sun bids us farewell, with a three-hour Saturday soiree, one with music, a cash bar and a chance to enjoy the painting-packed, sculpture-sensational hub o ideas later in the evening. And by later we mean 8pm, which is the start time of the to-do (it all ends at 11am). Nice: the entrance is free. Be there on June 25 and see four exhibits on display, including ‘Drawing Down the Moon’.

Movies on the roof: My Valley Pass has become synonymous with good times around the San Fernando Valley. And when you’re in the Valley, a lot of good has happened in the mall, very mythical and wonderful. To celebrate, as well as our love of summer movies, the Valley Champion of Film screens outdoor movies at Westfield Fashion Square, with 100% of proceeds benefiting Hope of the Valley, which strives to “prevent, reduce and eradicate poverty.” to ban”. , hunger and homelessness.” On this weekend? “Ocean’s Eleven” and “The Wedding Singer.”

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