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Get Out: Roller Derby, Old-Timey Fashion Show & Improv

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By Maddy Keavy

FASHION: The Heritage Square Museum will be hosting an annual men’s and women’s fashion show that highlights the styles and trends over several decades, starting as early as the fourteenth century. Admission is $30 for general admission, $15 for children between the ages of six and ten and $22.50 for museum members. It goes from 11 am to 4 pm. More information on the Vintage Fashion Show and Tea can be found online here. Reservations are required. The museum is located at 3800 Homer Street in Los Angeles.

IMPROV: The Improv presents "Comedy Juice," a night with multiple stand-up comedic performers including headliner Whitney Cummings. Comedy Juice produces live comedy events every year, and tonight this special event is not to be missed, doors open at 7:30PM. Tickets can be purchased online ( for adults that are 18 and over. The Improv is located at 8162 on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.

ROLLER DERBY: The San Fernando Valley Roller Derby will be hosting the Beach Cities Roller Derby in the North Hollywood YMCA outdoor hockey rink. Fans will have the opportunity to choose between track-level seating or bleachers that offer a birds-eye view. Tickets are $10, parking is free and children under ten receive free admission. Doors open at 6 pm and the battle begins at 7 pm. The YMCA rink is located at 11455 Magnolia Boulevard in Hollywood, more information on the event can be found by visiting the event Facebook page or by visiting the official website.

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ART: Today and tomorrow, Downtown Burbank will be transformed for the Arts Festival with digital artists, street painters, sculptors, photographers, and beyond. In the four blocks on San Fernando Boulevard between Magnolia Boulevard and Olive Avenue, take part in the festivities from 10 am to 5 pm both days. There will be 90 local artists showcasing their work, including 3D chalk art drawings. More information can be found online.

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