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Our Top Picks for Things to Do in the LA Area in May!

 

This weekend there are plenty of things to do that are free and not free in the Los Angeles area.  Exclusive Sedan is here to help you make the most of your time by getting you to and from any or all of these events, just give us a call!

HATS are the theme for the annual Museums of the Arroyo Day this Sunday. Guests at this year's free event are encouraged to wear fashionable, crazy and sporty hats as they tour the five participating museums.

URBAN ART: Several popular art walks turn urban streets into street festivals each month. Yesterday it was the LA Downtown Art Walk that attracts a huge crowd perusing art in likely and unlikely places (read all about it here), this Saturday you can head to the Long Beach 2nd Saturday Art Walk, and San Pedro has their art walk on the 1st Thursday each month. More Art in the Streets can be found at the current exhibit at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA through August 8th.

HISTORY LIVES: Saturday learn about the Life of Inventor M.J. Trumble at Heritage Junction in Santa Clarita. Re-live the Civil War at the Heritage Days Civil War Reenactment at Pierce College this weekend. And on a lighter note: Charles Phoenix will be telling the history of Knott's Berry Farm with his vast collection of retro Kodachrome slides at the Birdcage Theatre, tickets include all day park admission.

LEND A HELPING HAND: help WE BUILD this Saturday and Sunday finish painting, plastering and building a playground for Habitat for Humanity in Pacoima. On Saturday head to Tia Chucha's for the ChuchART gallery fundraiser - activities for the whole family will help them raise funds for their gallery. Sunday is the annual BIG SUNDAY volunteer event plenty of volunteer helping experiences are available.

JEWISH CULTURE: the annual Jewish Film Festival wrapped up yesterday, but you can still head to Santa Clarita for the annual Jewish Food & Cultural Festival on Sunday - yes, there will be food trucks including Takosher selling the chosen tacos.

CINESPIA celebrates 10 years of presenting movies in the cemetery. The season kicks off this Saturday with the screening of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with the late great Elizabeth Taylor in the title role. Take your picnic and bundle up.

  • CINESPIA @ HOLLYWOOD FOREVER CEMETERY 05/14/2011

    (Saturday)

    6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90038 Parking is usually available inside the cemetery or on the street. - - Cinespia held its first film screening at Hollywood Forever Cemetery ten summers ago with Alfred Hitchcock's psychological thriller Strangers on a Train (1951). Since then, Cinespia has become a summ ....

Posted on May 13 2011

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