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Weekend Events ~ Los Angeles

11:40 PM PDT on September 27, 2007


Friday September 28th

L.A County Fair @ Pomona Fairgrounds ~ Through Sunday. Agriculture, animals, cooking, arts & crafts, games, you name it! See Old School, Funk & Soul: Ohio Players, Brothers Johnson, Heatwave & Rose Royce ~ 7:30 pm ~ $18.50 ~ Fairgrounds General Admission $15.00

Meeting of Styles 007 @ LA River ~ Artists from around the globe meet up in unity for historic graffiti art mural event in the LA River. ~ Fri. Sat. Sun. ~ 9am - 5pm

Saturday September 29th

Joan Weldon Family Circus @ dA Art Showgrounds & Surrounds ~ 252 D So. Main St., Pomona 91766 ~ 2007 Memorial Potluck celebrating the life of artist & free spirit Joan Weldon ~ Live music by DJ Willie & assorted Pomona Valley musicians ~ Festivities begin @ 4pm w/ Eulogies @ 4:30 ~ Free

Last Call @ The Pitcher House @ Hermosa Beach ~ 142 PCH, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254 ~ A classic South Bay bar & live music venue serves 'em up one last time before moving day. Among the greatest interior decorating fiascos in Los Angeles, and a pin-ball machine paradise. D.J & live music by Tres Hombres. Happy Hour is everyday from 3pm - 7pm. Ping Pong. Free pool until 7pm ~ $5.00 after 8pm.

Sunday September 30th

West Hollywood Book Fair @ West Hollywood Park ~ 647 N. San Vicente ~ 300 participating authors, 12 stages with author panels and special guests, live storytelling, theater, poetry and performances and writing workshops, and over 100 exhibitors hosting activities, including local independent booksellers and literary non-profit organizations. ~ 10 am - 6 pm ~ FREE

Abbot Kinney Festival @ Venice ~ Abbot Kinney Blvd. ~ 2 stages of live music, dancers & performance artists, a spectacular children's court, 3 food areas, a Spirit Garden, Green Living Pavilion and over 300 vendors featuring original, handcrafted goods. ~ All day ~ FREE

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