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Get Out: Fiesta Broadway, Spring Garden Festival, a Machine Performance, Gone With the Wind on the Big Screen
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Head to Downtown for the 21st Annual Fiesta Broadway, one of the largest Hispanic festivals in the nation. Taking over 24 blocks in Downtown, the festival includes live performances, food, vendors, and more. Admission is free, and the event runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Spring Garden Festival @Homestead Acre/Hill-Palmer House
The Chatsworth Historical Society is holding their 2010 Spring Garden Festival today from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Homestead Acre/Hill-Palmer House (10385 Shadow Oak Dr./Chatsworth Park South). The event will include displays of more than 300 rose bushes in bloom, museum exhibits that feature Chatsworth pioneer families and the 1965 relocation of the Pioneer Church, arts and crafts, and other activities. Admission is a $4 donation for adults and $1 for kids 6+. Because of limited on-site parking, free shuttle service will be available from the Chatsworth Train Depot, 10038 Old Depot Plaza Rd. [more info]
Llyn Foulkes' Machine Performance
Artist Llyn Foulkes performs at 3 p.m. today using his Machine, composed of bass, xylophone, car horn and cowbell and various other objects that serve as impromptu instruments, at his Brewery Studio, which is located at 630 Moulton Ave in Downtown.
Gone with the Wind @The New Beverly
Frankly my dears, this is a great chance to see one of the films from the 1930s worht giving a damn about. Gone With the Wind screens today at 4 (and Mon/Tue @8 p.m.) at the New Beverly. This 1939 southern belle stars Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, and Hattie McDaniel, and was the Academy Award Winner for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, and more.
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