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Get Out: Trekking Cabrillo, Crafting in Mid-City and Richard III

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EXPLORE: Trekking LA is touring around Cabrillo Beach today! Explore one of the last salt marshes in the area and spend some time in the intimate Cabrillo Marine Aquarium at the end of your walk. The group will meet at the Cabrillo Beach Bathouse at 10 am this morning and the trek will last about 90 minutes. For your $10 ticket and more information, head to the event’s website.

FILM: Watch Sean Connery in action as American Cinematheque’s continues its James Bond Retrospective tonight with a double feature program of You Only Live Twice and On Her Majesty’s Service. The first film begins at 5 pm at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica and general admission tickets are $11. To watch the old trailers and buy your passes, go to Cinematheque’s calendar page. Can’t get enough of Bond? Check out LACMA’s exhibit of all 22 Bond movie title sequences until September 9.

CREATE: The Craft Art and Folk Museum in mid-city is hosting a free papermaking workshop in their courtyard today from noon to 6 pm. Veterans from the Combat Paper Project will teach you how to pull fibers from old clothes and hand-make paper with the gathered materials. For more info check out CAFAM’s workshop website. Veterans and non-veterans welcome!

THEATER: If you’re a Shakespeare fan, summer in LA is a good time to get your fill. Catch an artistic interpretation of Richard III today at 2 pm at the Archway Theater in the downtown Arts District. Actors from the Redlands Shakespeare Festival will paint their way through the story on the stage. Buy tickets here for $15.

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SHOP: Anything and everything you might need or want can be found at the Rose Bowl Flea Market, and it’s happening today in Pasadena. General admission begins at 9 am and costs $8; you’re bound to find gems in the 2,500+ stalls selling new and vintage goods. Don’t forget the sunscreen, and for more info and future dates visit their page here.

LAist writer Chelsee Lowe contributed to this post.