The days are getting shorter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get outside and explore all LA has to offer. Here’s a guide to what’s free and fun in Greater Los Angeles the week of October 8, 2018.
October 8: Indigenous Peoples Day
Today, Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell hosts the Inaugural Los Angeles Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration from 7am to 7pm, at Civic Center in DTLA. There will be activities throughout the day, including “a sunrise ceremony, 5K run, parade of nations, Native American powwow, panel sessions, a fashion show, and a grand finale that will include a performance by critically acclaimed Native American rock group Redbone.”
October 12: ArtNight Pasadena
Tonight, up your culture game and enjoy a free evening of art, music and entertainment at ArtNight in Pasadena from 6-10pm. Nineteen of the most prominent arts and cultural institutions in the area open their doors and there will be free shuttles to transport you to your next destination.
October 13 - October 14: Fall Festival at the Original Farmer’s Market
Craving some autumn goodness? Head over to the Fall Festival at the Original Farmers Market on Fairfax for a family friendly weekend. Carnival games, a petting zoo, musical performance, delicious treats, and a pie-eating contest are on the agenda.