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What's Happening Sunday

Even if it rains, here's what's happening nearby- and you can stay dry.

Don't let the rain spoil your Sunday, check out what's happening in Sherman Oaks.

Sunday, March 27, 2011:

 

  • If your kids love listening to and creating music, you can take them over to the Skirball Cultural Center today where there is a two-hour workshop being held by music educator Craig Woodson.  Children can craft their own unique instruments, conduct and compose music, and learn the history of commonly used instruments.  This is a great family event so head on over to the Skirball and get creative!
    Toot Your Own Horn!
    Where: Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 North Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049
    When: Sunday, 3/27/11
    Time:  1:00pm
    Website: www.skirball.org
    * Ages 5 and up – children must be accompanied by an adult
    * $15 general, $10 for children 2 – 12, $10 member adult, $8 member child

 

  • Photography and Rock 'n Roll make a great art exhibit! Head over to M Street Coffee because they have a new art exhibit up on their walls! Bobby Aazami’s photos depict some legendary artists and local ones as well.  If you prefer a quiet Sunday, head over to M Street Coffee, grab a drink, and check out the Rock ‘n Roll art exhibit.  The exhibit will be showing until April 3rd
    Bobby Aazami art exhibit
    Where:  M Street Coffee, 13251 Moorpark Street, Sherman Oaks 91423
    When:  Sunday, 3/27/11
    Time:  8:00am to 5:00pm
    Website: www.mstreetcoffee.com

 

  • The weekend is never long enough, and it always goes by in the blink of an eye, so enjoy your Sunday evening by grabbing some friends and heading over to Pat’s Cocktails where you can sing your cares away.  Lots of songs to choose from, and you’re sure to end your weekend on a high note!
    Karaoke
    Where:  Pat’s Cocktails, 12121 Riverside Drive, North Hollywood, CA, 91607
    When:  Sunday, 3/27/11
    Time: 10:00pm – 1:30am
    Website: www.patscocktails.com

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