There is so much to do this beautiful weekend!
WHAT a gorgeous weekend ahead, you could hit the beach, do something nice for someone else, run a 5k, get some spiritual enlightenment or celebrate Black History Month.
The Dali Lama will be at the Forum on Tuesday.
The topic of 21st Century Compassion is presented by the Lourdes Foundation, an international organization compassionately empowering young lives to build a stronger foundation for the future leaders of our global community.
Tue, Feb 25, 2014 12:15 PM
February is Black History Month
Saturday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. you can celebrate it at 10101 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City, 90232. It’s free. Call (310) 842-8040 for more information.
Come celebrate America’s rich and diverse culture at the 14th Annual STAR African American Art Festival! STAR is bringing together local artists and students to honor our history through art and history exhibits, poetry, dance, singing and drumming! This entertaining and educational event features LIVE African dance and musical performances and highlights contemporary artwork by established and emerging artists and performers. Held at the internationally renowned STAR Eco Station, tours will be available along with live music, exhilarating dance performances, ceramics, paintings, food, jewelry & clothing vendors, crafts, games, and so much more!
If you want to do your part for somebody else join Community in Culver City on Saturday Feb. 22 from 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at 8817 Washington Blvd, Culver City, 90232. Cost: $35
Do Good Bus promises altruistic adventurism by bringing people together to help their community in a fun and social environment. Hop on the bus and we’ll do the rest. The locations are a mystery, but we promise fun and lots of doGOODing! We are excited about this ride and the cause we’ll be visiting. Such a unique opportunity.
Pick Up Time: 10:30 AM
Return Time: 3:30 PM
Pick Up Location: Culver City Metro Station
Get in shape at the Firecracker 5-10K plus several festivals in Chinatown on both Saturday and Sunday at the 900 block of Broadway, Chinatown, 90012. Whether it be traditional Chinese music ensembles, Korean performance troupes, Vietnamese folk dance, Japanese taiko drummers, Lion Dancers, Latin Jazz or funk and soul bands – the Nite n’ Day Festival has consistently proven itself to be an event whose goal is to build community through celebrating many facets of Arts and Culture in Los Angeles.
The Fifth Annual Nite n’ Day Festival is free to the public and takes place in Chinatown’s Central Plaza. It is convenient to the Chinatown stop on the Metro Gold Line, and several bus routes.
The Festival takes place in conjunction with Chinatown’s longest-running fundraiser, the Firecracker 5/10k Run/Walk/Kiddie Run/Bike Ride.
Visit the website link below for the latest schedule of events and other information about this year’s event. More info also at: FIRECRACKER10K.ORG
It is always a good idea to verify date, time, location and other information prior to going.