Saturday Mar 17 @ 8:00 AM
Applebee's to Host an Easter Bunny Brunch At MainPlace Mall!
MainPlace Mall – Bring the whole family out to Applebee's Grill & Bar at MainPlace Mall for an eggs-citing event with the Easter Bunny! Applebee's Grill & Bar will be whipping up scrambled eggs, sausage, fried red potatoes and all you can eat pancakes, all priced at $10 for adults and $5 for kids (12 and under)! There will be an Easter Egg hunt, photos with the Easter Bunny, an art activity and so much more! The fun starts at 8 am and runs until 10 am. Call to RSVP in advance at (657) 212-6701!
    Saturday Mar 17 - Jun 16 @ 8:00 AM
Forest Bathing
Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden – Slow Down. Awaken your senses. Bear witness to yourself and all beings. Inspired by the Japanese practice of Shinrin Yoku, Forest Bathing has been scientifically proven to boost immune strength, reduce stress, and improve cognitive functioning. But beyond these physiological changes, Forest Bathing also offers us the opportunity to deepen our relationship with the natural world. By slowing down and carefully observing with all our senses, we may begin to notice incredible things that may have eluded us for our whole lives. In escaping the rapid pace of our daily routines, we may find unparalleled beauty in the moment and in doing so, relax into the beauty all around us. On your walk, a certified guide will offer a series of guided invitations to assist you in finding your own authentic way of interacting with the land at the Los Angeles Arboretum. The end of each walk features a tea ceremony where you will enjoy tea made from plants foraged on site and some healthy snacks! There’s no right or wrong way to do it and it’s great for all ages; just come and be yourself. It’s all welcome in the forest. Saturdays: 2/17, 3/17, 4/21, 5/19, 6/16 8:00AM-10:00AM / Meets @ Main Entrance $25 per session Arboretum members / $35 non-members (Includes Arboretum Admission) Pre-Registration required; To Register please call the Education Department at 626.821.4623 Ben ‘Crow’ Page is a certified forest bathing guide and trainer, council carrier and alternative educator based in Los Angeles. Ben was trained and certified in forest bathing in 2015, after which he founded Shinrin Yoku LA. Since his practice began, Ben has been featured in such publications as Women’s Health, USA TODAY, Sierra Magazine, Washington Post, and WebMD. Ben is also a mentor and trainer of guides with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy, as well as a part time administrator specializing in trainer development and recruitment. He holds a B.A. in religious studies from Carleton College and an M.A. in human development and social change from Pacific Oaks College. Jackie Kuang is a certified forest bathing guide with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs (ANFT). She has been trained and mentored by Ben Page, founder of Shinrin Yoku LA. She holds an M.A. in American Literature from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Accountancy from Brigham Young University. Being fluent in both English and Mandarin Chinese, she is also a highly valued language teacher, translator and business coach. She is on the board of the Chinese Parents Association for the Disabled (CPAD) and actively advocates for her autistic son. She enjoys volunteering for organizations close to her heart, including the LA Arboretum.
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 8:00 AM
LGBT Homeless Youth Coffee Hour and Brunch
All Saints' Beverly Hills – Cooks, a coffee-hour team and a serving team are needed for this month's All Saints' / LA LGBT Youth Center Coffee Hour and Brunch. Help empower youth and serve a hot meal to 60 homeless and vulnerable LGBT youth in Hollywood. For more information, contact Kyle Kim-Hays ( The volunteer times are: The cooking shift meets at 8:00 am at All Saints' Church kitchen The coffee team will meet at 10:15 am at the Hollywood LGBT Youth Center The serving shift meets at 11:30 am at the Hollywood LGBT Youth Center and will be done around 1:30 pm.
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 8:00 AM
Porsches & Pastries
Porsche Club of America - Orange Coast Region – 3rd Saturday of the month We will be meeting in the western parking lot of the Enderle Center, 14081 Yorba Street, Tustin CA 92780. Look for Sandy or Billy, and we'll create a Porsche Corral at that location. People start gathering about 8 am... usually there until 10 am... Come enjoy some coffee and pastries, some nice people, some great conversation, and of course, some very nice cars...
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 8:30 AM
Citizenship Class
City of Azusa – English
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 9:30 AM
Little Armenia Beautification Project
Armenian Youth Federation – Registration 9:30 AM Opening Ceremony 10:00 AM For the 11th year, the Armenian Youth Federation (AYF) is mobilizing the youth throughout Southern California for a massive one-day effort to beautify the streets of Little Armenia in Hollywood. The event, organized by the AYF’s Hollywood “Musa Ler” Chapter, is open to people of all ages! Bring your friends, family, and community to help clean our home away from home. Following the official designation of the Little Armenia district of Los Angeles in 2000, the AYF has taken upon itself to consistently show its gratitude and ensure that the area remain clean and presentable. Hundreds of volunteers have come together year after year to revitalize the streets of this densely populated district. Working hand in hand with residents and local community organizations, the AYF gathers in the streets of Little Armenia to remove pounds of trash from major streets and remove graffiti. Several members of the community and local government will be with us to kick off this year’s Little Armenia Beautification Project. Join us for a few hours spent in a family-friendly environment, taking care of our unique Little Armenia together. FREE LUNCH & TSHIRTS WILL BE PROVIDED TO PARTICIPANTS.
    Saturday Mar 17 - Mar 18 @ 9:30 AM
L.A. Nature Fest
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens – Come and explore the wild side of Los Angeles at NHMLA. Meet an opossum, do lunch with a rattlesnake, and go for a walk with a desert tortoise. Museum scientists will be on hand to answer your questions about snails, bugs, birds, and all things city nature. You’ll be blown away by L.A.'s wild side: the plants, the animals, and the people devoted to protecting and studying them. L.A. Nature Fest unfolds in our very own Nature Gardens, the outdoor space where Museum scientists do real research and educators share nature’s coolest stories. Festival Highlights Include: - Over 30 exhibitor booths in partnership with local organizations - Access to scientists and nature experts to answer all your questions - Live animal presentations, stage performances and nature walks - Expert tips on how to attract wildlife to your garden - Nature crafts? - Early morning bird walks L.A. Nature Fest is included free with Museum admission. Share your L.A. nature story #LANatureFest
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 9:30 AM
College And Career Fair For The Arts
Center Theatre Group – A totally free event to help you go to college and learn about careers in the arts! • Free headshots for the first 100 students who register and attend • 30 colleges, universities, and organizations participating • Learn how to apply for and pay for college, and get one-on-one counseling • Workshops on audition monologues and finding your dream career • Meet with professional actors, playwrights, designers, and directors • Food truck with free lunch • Parents: attend a special workshop on college financing Schedule of Events College & Resource Fair—9:30am – 2pm Meet with representatives from 30 local colleges and universities, as well as arts organizations and other services for teens and young adults. Free Headshots—10am – 4pm Professional photographers are donating free headshots to the first 100 students who register and attend. Photos will be taken on-site and available digitally afterward. Make sure you RSVP in advance and arrive early. Free Food Truck—12–2pm Vegetarian & vegan options will be available. Meditation & Relaxation Room—11am – 2pm Feeling stressed? Stop into this quiet space to relax, recharge, write down positive affirmations for your life, and pick up some strategies to help you deal when you’re feeling overwhelmed. College Counseling—11am – 2pm College counselors will be standing by to meet individually with students and/or their families. Talk to an Artist Booths—12–2pm Curious about how to become a playwright, actor, designer, or director? We’ll have professionals available to answer questions and talk about everything from their college major to their first big break. Free Workshops Applying for College—10–11am Learn when and how to submit applications and what college admissions staff are looking for. Paying for College: Student Workshop—11am – 12pm Learn about the FAFSA (Federal Application for Student Aid), loans, scholarships, and financial aid. College Financing for Parents of Artists—11am – 12pm Parents and educators are invited to this comprehensive overview of how to finance your child’s higher education and what careers may be available to them post-graduation. Choosing an Audition Monologue—1:30–2:30pm Everything you need to know about how to find the ideal audition monologue for colleges, summer programs, or professional theatre. Mapping Your Goals, Visions, and Dreams—3–4pm A creative, interactive workshop to help you dream big. All participants will walk away with their own "passion planner!" RSVP by Thu, Mar 15 at 5pm RSVPs required to guarantee admission and be eligible for free headshots upon check-in. The Fair is open to current high school students, parents, and teachers; workshops are students-only, except for College Financing for Parents of Artists.
    Saturday Mar 17 - Dec 15 @ 10:00 AM
Adoption Event
Sunny Saints St. Bernard Rescue
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 10:00 AM
Crescent Farm Workshop: Weaving
Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden – Learn to use your bio-mass (plant waste) to weave garden structures using leaves to make cordage or branches for trellises, tomato cages and shade shelters.
    Saturday Mar 17 - May 6 @ 10:00 AM
22nd Annual Butterfly Season
Kidspace Children's Museum – March 17 through May 6, 2018 Caterpillar Adoptions (March 17-May 6): Experience the magic of metamorphosis by adopting a caterpillar from the Busy Bee Learning Store from March 17 through May 6, while supplies last. Newly hatched caterpillars arrive weekly, sales are while supplies last per week. Butterfly Explorations (March 31-May 4): Daily Butterfly Explorations at 11:45am when families are encouraged to return with their adult butterflies and release them together. Build a Chrysalis Carrier (April Weekends): Your butterfly will need a temporary habitat before you release it into nature. Bring a shoebox to build your very own chrysalis carrier on April 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, & 28-29. Grand Celebration (May 5 & 6): Butterfly Season will end with a Grand Celebration! Mold a butterfly puddler out of clay, paint butterfly scenes, and design a butterfly kite to wave at the 2pm show.* *There will not be a live butterfly release at the 2pm show on May 5 & 6.
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 10:00 AM
SAT Practice Test by The Princeton Review at the Library, free!
Baldwin Hills Branch - Los Angeles Public Library – Baldwin Hills Branch, SAT Practice Test · March 17, 2018 · 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 10:30 AM
Book to Art Club | The Interestings
Brand Library & Art Center – The Book to Art Club combines reading, discussion, and art-making! Enjoy light refreshments, book discussion, and an art project based on themes from the book The Interestings by Meg Wolitzer. Art supplies will be provided. Sign-up at Brand Library in-person, by email to or by phone at 818-548-2051.
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 11:00 AM
Ikebana International Show & Sale
Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden – Different schools of Japanese flower arrangement will be exhibit their designs which will range from classical to naturalistic to avant-garde. The show continues Sunday, March 18, 9am-4pm
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 11:00 AM
St Patrick's Day Guide
Anaheim Packing District – Here's your guide to Packing District grub, grog and grooves this Saint Patrick's Day! ::Grub:: IPA Irish Nachos The Iron Press Fish n' Chips Chippy Fish Gold Bar Popbar ::Grog:: Irish Stout Unsung Brewing Co. Anaheim Red Anaheim Brewery IPA Barrel Whiskey Hammer Bar Cider Pali Wine Co. ::Jig:: Anaheim Brewery Brother Yusef 7-10PM Packing House Moonlight Graham 1-3PM Wildwood Dreamers 7-9PM MAKE Building Stefan Crane 7-9PM Pali Wine Co John Austin 5pm
    Saturday Mar 17 - Mar 31 @ 11:00 AM
MainPlace Hosts Easter Photos With the Bunny!
MainPlace Mall – Hop On Over To MainPlace For Easter Photos With the Bunny! Springtime is bunny time! The Easter Bunny will be arriving at Macy's Court Saturday, March 17, 2018. Bring the kids and capture your special moments with the Easter Bunny in his Eggs-tra special spring garden home. Photos With The Bunny (Arrival): Saturday, March 17 - Saturday, March 31, 2018 Easter Bunny Hours: Monday through Saturday, 11:00 am - 8:00 pm Sundays, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm EASTER PHOTO PACKAGES: Package A $49.99 (Best Value!) - Four 5 x 7s, Four 2 x 5s, Two 4 x 6s, Four Wallets with Two Keychains - Includes FREE Digital Download Package B $39.99 - Three 5 x 7s, Three 3 x 5s, Two 4 x 6s, Two Wallets Package C $29.99 - Two 5 x 7s, Two 4 x 6s, One 3 x 5, Two Wallets Package D $25.99 - One 5 x 7, One 3 x 5, Two Wallets Notes: - Get one FREE $25 Shutterfly Promo Card with Every Photo Package Purchase.Add On A Digital Download For $12 - Receive 4 Free Wallets (photo package purchase required)! - Skip The Line & Get Your FastPass! More details can be found at the attached link!
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 11:00 AM
Mastering Iphoneography Workshop
Poketo – The iPhone has become our primary camera and Instagram our main channel for social media. In this class, Bonnie Tsang, renowned photographer and social media consultant, will demonstrate how to dramatically improve your iPhone photos for Instagram. ?? This class will take place at the beautiful Line Hotel, featuring exceptional views of Los Angeles, making it the perfect subject and backdrop for learning iPhoneography. We will first go over lighting, composition, and best practices for Instagram by taking photos of different parts of the hotel, including its pool, the beautiful garden-like Commissary restaurant, and the hotel interior. Bonnie will then teach you her favorite apps to edit your photos, allowing you to transform simple iPhone photos into stunning Instagram posts. She will also teach you how to streamline your Instagram in order to exemplify your personal style and aesthetic. You’ll set yourself apart as you clearly form a visual voice heard above all others. This class is perfect for small business owners, bloggers, and creative entrepreneurs that want to build and strengthen their brands. What to bring: Your smartphone. Before you come to class, please make sure that your phone is fully charged and has the following five apps installed: VSCO, Snapseed, Touch Retouch, and Instagram. Testimonials? "Fun day being creative with Bonnie Tsang at the Line" ? "Learned so much. Thanks, Bonnie!"? "Just stepped up my filter game. I just raised the bar." ?"Learning from the best, Bonnie Tsang." ?"Had a blast taking the Instagram workshop with Bonnie through Poketo." You’ll receive a 15% off discount at the Poketo shop in the lobby as well as all future workshops.
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 12:00 PM
N'owt but Stout Festival!
TreePeople – Join Yorkshire Square Brewery and TreePeople on March 17th, 2018 (aka St. Patrick’s Day!) for our first annual N’OWT BUT STOUT FESTIVAL, showcasing dark beer (on cask and keg) from breweries selected by Yorkshire Square’s head brewer, Andy Black, for their skills at making fantastic dark beer. Featured Breweries (check back regularly for updated list) Beachwood Brewing, Craftsman Brewing, Eagle Rock Brewery, El Segundo Brewing Co., Firestone Walker - Propagator, Green Cheek Beer Co., Mikkeller Brewing San Diego, Smog City Brewing, State Brewing Co., Stereo Brewing Company, Verdugo West Brewing Co., Yorkshire Square Brewery Consider this the opposite of your boilerplate beer festival with cookie-cutter, mass-market IPAs. We're here to raise the flag for the malt; beautiful specialty malts with their gorgeous coffee notes, toast, roast, and chocolate. Starting at 12pm, attendees can work through the selective beer list from our 3 bars and Cask Marque accredited tasting room. Interested in how cask ales are made? Or do you wonder about the splendor of malty beer? Yorkshire Square’s head brewer will take you through the process of brewing for cask from start to finish. If Andy's rambling isn't enough, at 2pm we're hosting a panel of brewers and beer writers for a moderated discussion on all things dark beer followed by a brutally honest audience Q&A. Hungry? There will be several food trucks on-site to soak up all of that delicious beer. Get your tickets now for one of the most exclusive cask ale festivals in the US! So, what does a ticket actually get me? - Snazzy commemorative glass - Infinite pours of all beer from 12-5pm - Access to the Brewer Panel Tickets can be found at the link above. 21+ over only. Please bring your ID for entry into festival. About TreePeople TreePeople unites people and government around the power of trees and nature-based solutions to grow a healthy, green city in the face of climate change’s increasing impacts. Together, we grow a greener, healthier and more water-secure Los Angeles for present and future generations. For more information, visit ??Cheers??
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 12:00 PM
Varsity Gay League Spring Soccer 2018
Varsity Gay League – SPRING SOCCER 2018 PLAYERS OF ALL LEVELS ARE WELCOME!! REGISTRATION OPENS FEB 26th Register @ Games start: Saturday, March 17th 30 Minute Clinc week 1, for new players! 8 Week Season $75 Early Bird 12pm-2pm T-Shirt Provided Weekly After Party w/ Free Beer for Losing Teams! Free Water provided by Icelandic Glacial Water! Games played at Poinsettia Rec! Up to 12 teams compete for champion of the park. Games are easy to play but hard to master, and a whole lot of fun! Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience. Join with friends, as a team or come solo and meet new people. Socialize, Exercise, and party with friends afterwards! How to Join? Each season runs eight weeks, with 6 weeks of play and two weeks of playoffs. Regular Season Dates: 3/17 3/24 4/7 4/14 4/21 - games will start at 2pm 4/28 - games will start at 2pm Playoffs: 5/5 - games will start at 9am Semi-Finals and Championships: 5/12 games will start at 2pm There are 13 players maximum a team. 7 play on a field at one time. Games run about 50 minutes with two about 25 minute halves. Join as a single or with friends. Just put the information in the form when you pay!
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 12:00 PM
Living Trusts, Wills & Estate Planning
City of Azusa