Explore LA: Week of January 28. From museums to libraries to food trucks -- and even dog-person dating apps -- There's lots of free fun to conclude January and kick off February.
Before the show ends on February 10, go see The Broad museum exhibit A Journey That Wasn’t. Examining the passage of time, the show includes over 50 incredible works. Admission is free but you have to make a reservation.
The Edendale Branch library hosts another fun movie night in its ongoing series. Stop by at 5 pm for Ocean’s 8, the most recent heist movie anchored by Sandra Bullock.
Must love dogs? The launch party for the new “dog person’s dating app” DIG Los Angeles is tonight from 6-8 pm at WeWork in the Financial District. Bring your furry friend for a free night of treats and prizes and some paw-sible connections.
Get your food truck fix tonight with the Food Truck Collective from 5:30 - 8:30 pm in North Hollywood. Hosted weekly, you’ll find music, food, and fun.
Make good on your New Years resolution to be more eco-friendly and send less trash to the landfill. The Zero Waste food workshop from 4-5 pm at the Westwood Farmers Market will teach you how to curb your trashy tendencies.
February 2 - 3
It's one of our favorite weekends of the year, the Museums Annual Free-For-All Days! Dozens of LA museums are opening their doors this weekend for FREE. Take advantage of living in one of the best cities in the world and check out some of our amazing institutions. The California Science Center, MOCA, the Autry, Kidspace, and many more are all joining in the fun.