Bikes, baseball, art, furbabies, and pottery. What more could you possibly want from your city?
Tuesday, October 23
Take me out to the ballgame! The first game of the MLB World Series starts at 5:10 pm. Go Dodgers!
Saturday, October 27
Has it been awhile since you’ve been on a bike or you just want to learn to ride safely? You can check out Bike 1 - Back to Basics class from 9am - 10:30am. The class helps you improve your cycling skills and teaches you how to perform a simple inspection to ensure your bike is road-ready. It's presented by some of our wonderful partners: Metro, BikeSGV, and the City of Glendora.
Need to center yourself? This Saturday afternoon head to Peace Awareness Labyrinth & Gardens from 12pm - 4pm. Recently profiled in a New York Times story, the gardens are the perfect place to "unwind walking in the labyrinth, reflect in the meditation gardens, journal beside water fountains, and leave recharged.”
If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at ceramics, here’s your chance: Sculpting and Shaping Clay is a free class at the Getty Villa from 11:30am - 3:30pm. “Join the fun as LA-based ceramic artist Wayne Perry guides the experience in a hands-on clay lab. Try your hand at the potter's wheel, mold a Medusa, and shape a handle to decorate a communal vessel.”
Sunday, October 28
Celebrate Halloween and get yourself a furry friend to keep you warm on the spookiest night of the year. The Eagle Rock Bark is a Halloween Block Party and Animal Adoption Event. From 1pm to 4pm at Eagle Rock City Hall, there will be lots of fun for your four-legged friends and their humans.