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Get Out: Atwater Village 100th B-Day Fest, Playfest, Out There, and Citrus Sunday

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Atwater Village Centennial Street Festival
Join in the celebration for Atwater Village's Centennial with the community's festival. It's happening today from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the 3100 block of Glendale Blvd. "Bring the family, meet your neighbors. Food, music, dancing, arts & crafts, family fun, entertainment and so much more!" Free.

Angels Playfest
This annual celebration of the work of new playwrights culminates today with day two of the weekend-long Angels Playfest event at Angels Gate Cultural Center. Hear two brand new plays read, and then enjoy a reception with the writers following each one. On today's program: Oliver Mayer's comedy, THE WIGGLE ROOM at 1 p.m. and Michael Premsrirat's THE SWEETNESS OF YOU at 4 p.m. The suggested donation for the Angels Playfest readings is $5.00 and reservations are recommended by calling 310-519-0936 x 1.

Out There @Gallery 825
Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) and the City of West Hollywood have collaborated on the third annual Out There exhibition celebrating the LGBT experience during West Hollywood's Pride Month festivities. This effort commemorates West Hollywood's lasting commitment to raising public awareness and appreciation of the talents and abilities of all artists. This is an all-media exhibition juried by Hillary Metz of Blythe Projects Los Angeles that celebrates and acknowledges the special opportunities that West Hollywood has provided for creative individuals over the past 25 years. Free. Gallery 825 (825 N. La Cienega Boulevard).

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Citrus Sunday
For Valley residents with bountiful citrus fruit on their yard trees and some time to spare today, consider picking some bags and taking them to one of four locations to donate them to a good cause. The 5th Annual Citrus Sunday is Councilman Greig Smith’s volunteer fruit drive to pick tens of thousands of pounds of fresh citrus fruit which is distributed by partner organization Valley Interfaith Council (VIC) to struggling San Fernando Valley families at VIC’s food banks. No sign up is necessary. Just pick the citrus fruit from your trees, wash them, tie them shut in plastic bags, and drop them off at one of these locations between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.: Northridge: Fire Station 87, 10124 Balboa Blvd. (1 block south of Devonshire St.); Chatsworth: Chatsworth Depot Metrolink Station, 10046 Old Depot Plaza Rd. (1 block west of Canoga Ave.); Granada Hills: Fire Station 18, 12050 Balboa Blvd. (at Knollwood Country Club); West Hills: Field’s Market, 23221 Saticoy St. (cross street Woodlake Ave.)