Weekend Fun 7/17 – 7/19

Beatles Sing-Along
– Do You Live in a Yellow Submarine? Are you a Walrus? Then why not spend a Hard Days’ Night singing your heart out to your favorite Beatles tunes! Active Arts is having a group Sing-Along this Friday Night at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Money Can’t Buy You Love and it can’t buy you tickets either, they’re absolutely free!
Cost: FREE

Crusaders & Haters – This is an art opening featuring works inspired by superheroes and Super Villians at Royal T in Culver City. The opening runs from 8pm – to 1am ¬†and features music by SHORT CIRCUIT and a photobooth by Suicide Girls photographer Drew Yoon. Guests are not only encouraged to dress as their favorite superheroe/villian but there will be be costume contests with prizes so dust off your old spandex and your Green Lantern ring, it’s gonna be a wild night!
Cost: FREE

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The Wienerschnitzel Wiener Nationals
– Welcome to the 14th annual Wiener Nationals! This is a day of dachshund (aka wiener-dog) races at the Los Alamitos Racetrack. That’s right, little tiny wiener dogs, big made-for-horses racetrack. The dachshund races start at 6:15pm, then there’s a horse race at 7pm and finally the championship race at 9:30pm. I can’t wait to see who comes out top dog! … Sorry I couldn’t resist.
Cost: $3, free under 17

Free Teleflora Bouquets – Teleflora kicks off its Make Someone Smile Week with a Tweetup where they will be giving away free “Be Happy” Bouquets along with drinks from POM Wonderful and FIJI!
Cost: FREE

Team in Training Run/ Walk – Team in Training hosts a run/ walk followed by free massages and more!
Cost: FREE


All Weekend
Shakespeare Festival LA – Every night this weekend check out Aquila Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” at The Catherdral of Our Lady of The Angels in Downtown. The box office opens at 7pm with the show beginning at 8pm every night and admission is absolutely free! There will even be an ASL interpreter on Friday night and on Saturday you can get headphones and listen to a Spanish version of the show! If you’ve never seen Shakespear performed before you should definitely check it out. You’ll enjoy it much more than that time you had to read it for your high school English class.
Cost: FREE

Ikea Free Breakfast – This is pretty self explanatory but check the link for full details.
Cost: FREE

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