Enjoy Shakespeare locally in the park with a picnic with the Los Angeles-centric production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, directed by Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal National Theatre alum Kenn Sabberton.
Artistic director Ben Donenberg says, “This July, we light up the Japanese Garden with a new production of Romeo and Juliet that draws its inspiration from 1920’s Los Angeles.
Celebrate Patricia Tsai's CHOCO-VIVO store --its one year old!
On Friday, July 18, 6:00 PM 'til close Patricia and her crew will thank loyal customers with free tastes of Beer & Chocolate-- and raffling off door prizes
Meet up "under the clock" for the 80th Birthday celebration of the Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles as friends and families have been doing for decades! Many of the families of the original vendors are still on site, like McGee's.
Food specials, entertainment, and events will be part of the summer celebration.
Strolling market is special enough by itself.
We're grown-ups now! A Friday Night Concert introducing the Oxnard Salsa Orchestra kicks off this year's special 21st annual Oxnard Salsa Festival -- all tempered by cool ocean breezes, on July 25th, 2014 Located on the quaint, original town square. The sizzling festival follow on July 27 & 28, open 11 am to 7 pm. (Sorry, no pets or coolers on sites).
Everything salsa is celebrated from music and dance to food, including the award-winning salsas from professionals and amateur competitions!
“Dixie’s Tupperware Party” has all the love and camaraderie and sideshow salesmanship to entrance you from minute one. If Gilda Radner and Dame Edna had a lovechild, Dixie would be it
And it really is an actual Tupperware party – you pick up your catalog and pen - and name tag - right before the show starts.
So get ready to celebrate Brownie Wise for creating the original Tupperware party, your neighbors and yourself. And don't forget your checkbook, honey.
Bellydance Evolution invites you to their world premiere of choreographer Jillina Carlano's, “Alice in Wonderland,” an energetic family-friendly version of the magical tale's “mad” characters through world fusion dance (Middle Eastern, hip hop, contemporary, acrobatic and belly dance).
Taking place at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, Friday, August 1, the evening is filled with spinning mushrooms, dancing caterpillars and a charismatically acrobatic rabbit all set to an original and theatrical soundtrack by Paul Dinletir.
The message is "to unite east and west."
Come and celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday Party in Topanga Canyon! Festivities on July 25 begin at 1:30 PM.
Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum celebrates the Bard’s 450th birthday with cake, beverages, entertainment and performances of All’s Well That Ends Well and Lear.
Special guests include Queen Elizabeth I and William Shakespeare and representatives of Shakespeare on the Road.
This year Downtown Culver City’s third annual FREE “All-American Drink and Dessert Tasting Happy Hour” invites the whole family to celebrate a patriotic neighborhood-wide Happy Hour on July 16 from 5-9 PM.
Venues throughout the area offer grown-ups and kids to get in the American spirit with ALL-AMERICAN DRINKS AND DESSERT SAMPLINGS. Start and end the activities at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, where passports await to be stamped at each venue. Drop the passports off at the end of the evening to enter in the raffle at the end of the evening.
Take the whole family to one of the most entertaining films of all time, considered one of the best films of the iconic JAMES BOND series.
ON HER MAJESTY's SECRET SERVICE (1969) will screen on Tuesday, July 8 at 7 PM.
Special guest will be "James Bond himself," Australian actor, George Lazenby, who will do a Q. and A. with noted film writer Stephen Farber, after the film.
Sign up for more groundbreaking, historic events coming up on the Landmark website.