We’ve put together some of our favorite Things To Do This Week! Still looking for more? Head to our Event Calendar in the link below!
Feelin’ Crafty Marketplace
An outdoor marketplace featuring vendors selling hand made products, delicious food, household decor, vintage style collectibles and knick knacks that will tickle your fancy.
FREE EVENT – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC every 3rd Sunday of the month at the Eagle Rock Plaza, 2nd floor parking lot.
DAPPER DAY + LACMA returns! Step out in style on Saturday, January 26, for a free, first-of-its-kind DAPPER DAY event. Bring your evening glamour as you mingle among LACMA’s European and Modern collections—featuring artworks by Yayoi Kusama, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Alison Saar, Cy Twombly, and many more.
Don’t miss this special opportunity. Swinging Soirée is the final evening event in LACMA’s renowned European galleries, which close on February 3 in preparation for the museum’s new building for the permanent collection. The Modern galleries close this summer.
Join us for extended gallery hours 7–10 pm with drinks, dancing, and more. From vintage-inspired classics to chic, contemporary looks, you’re invited to bring your own style to the party.
7–10 pm | Dancing with tunes by DJ Professor Watson indoors at the top of the Ahmanson Building staircase (free).
7–10 pm | Cash bars serving cocktails, beer, and wine. Beverages to be enjoyed in the lounge area (drinks not allowed in the galleries).
Arrive early! We encourage guests to enjoy the rest of the museum before this free, after-hours event begins.
Free | Members
$20 | Adults
$16 | Seniors (65+) & Students with valid ID
Free | 17 & Under
Cat Pop Up
It’s a cat lover’s paradise. A pop-up with a purpose. And it’s coming to L.A. January 17th through the 27th. Join us when Cats on Glass Gallery makes its California debut in Downtown Los Angeles. We’ll have interactive rooms, VIP cat-lebrities, cats, cats, and more cats.
That melty, cheesy, doughy goodness is stuff dreams are made of and we are making those dreams a reality – an extra large reality!
Room after room of immersive sensory overload, captivating experiences, all for the love of pizza! Selfie stations, cat walks, giant installations, videos, pizza snacks, and pizza slices – you name it, we got it!
Pizza Night Club – live out your pizza party dreams with turntables and a pizza anthem
Pizza Graffiti – featuring cool urban street art
Pizza Fitness Center – let’s be real, we all workout to eat pizza…
Pizza Dough Room – oversized rolling pins and dough blobs, scratch n sniff art too!
Pizza Gallery – an artist interpretation of the modern pie.Read more
Saturday January 26 2019 – Sunday January 27 2019
Lunar New Year is the most important holiday in Chinese culture, and the celebration takes place all over the world.
- Shop: Chinese wear new clothes on New Year Day, so shopping before the holidays is a must do.
- Eat: Dumplings (Jiaozi) are eaten to bring wealth in the coming year. People put coins, candies and peanuts into some of the dumplings while making them to express different blessings. Coin represent wealth, candy for sweet life, and peanuts for health.
- Family Dinner: On New Year’s Eve, family gathers to eat dinner. On New Year Day, people visit their relatives and give out red envelopes.
- Red Envelopes: Also known as luck money, red envelopes are given to children by the adults and elderly as blessings. Read more
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