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Get Out: Kim Kardashian's Trash, Yarnbombing, Square Dancing
SQUARE DANCE: The New L.A. Folk Fest is hosting a St. Paddy's Square Dance in an indoor forest at the Eagle Rock Center For The Arts at 9 pm tonight. Triple Chicken Foot, RT N' The 44's
and Oletangy John will be playing Don't forget to wear green! Tickets are $10 and can be bought online or at the door.
TRASH One celebrity's trash is another man's art. XVALA is hosting a one-night-only art event at Cory Allen Contemporary Art. The artist rifled through Kim Kardashian's trash to come up with the art that will be on display tonight, which includes a resin sculpture created out of trash to resemble a deflated basketball. The "Kim Kardashian Party" starts at 8 pm at 1460 Naud Street. For more details or to RSVP, visit the site.
GUERILLA ART: Want to get into yarnbombing? Yarn Bombing Los Angeles (YBLA) meets the today from 2 until 5pm at Craft and Folk Art Museum at 5814 Wilshire Boulevard. For more information, visit CAFAM's site.
And don't forget to check out the most popular St. Patrick's Day bars in town (whether to check out or avoid!).
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