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 down below!
Spring Bloom Walks
Stroll through Descanso Gardens and learn about cherry blossoms, flowering trees and other seasonal spring favorites on these guided walks. No registration required. Thursdays and Fridays at 1pm, and Saturdays and Sundays at 11am and 1pm. For quicker entry into Descanso Gardens, purchase general admission in advance or become a Descanso Gardens member here.
Dogs! A Science Tail
They’re cuddly. They’re smart. We treat them as part of the family. From lovable companions to loyal protectors, dogs live and work alongside us. They can rescue us from peril, sniff out danger, or provide help to people in need. Through engaging and fun hands-on exhibits, explore the science behind the bond between humans and dogs. Find out how humans and dogs are both wired for social connection, which made it possible for dogs to nuzzle their way into human society and into our hearts. Discover dogs’ amazing senses and grab the chance to see, hear, smell, and act like a dog. Read more
Telestron, a collaboration between VT Pro Design and GMUNK, is an installation that explores the absence and presence of light and how it defines a space. Telestron is inspired by an ancient Greek sacred ritual to “harness the spiritual forces of nature to create a transformative experience. Read more!
Big Bear, California
3 Day Expo with 1100+ Classic Pinball Machines, Arcade Games, Vendors & Exhibitors, Special Celebrity Guest, Food & Craft Beer, Swap-meet, Silent Auction of Pinball and Arcade Games and much more.
Friday, March 15th (2:30pm-12midnight)
Saturday, March 16th (11am-2am)
Sunday, March 17th (11am-7pm)
March 3rd – September 1
Gráfica América presents works by artists representing print shops, publishing houses, and artist collectives from throughout the United States, México, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. The exhibition celebrates the collaborative spirit of printmaking through historical prints and publications as well as contemporary traditional and experimental works made in collective studios and workshops established by Latin American and Latinx printmakers.