Gayle on the Go! Events for Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012

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Saturday @ 10:30amÉmigrés & Experimentalists: Music in Los Angeles in the 1930s & 1940sDorothy Chandler Pavilion135 North Grand AvenueLos Angeles(213) 972-7211Explore L.A.'s musical culture in the 1930s and '40s at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Learn about German and Austrian composers in L.A. from maestro James Conlon and musicologist Mitchell Morris, and enjoy a recital by members of LA Opera.

This Weekend!dineLA Restaurant WeekThroughout Downtown & the Westsidediscoverlosangeles.com Celebrate the fifth year of dineLA Restaurant Week! Local foodies and visitors will love this two-week dining event established to introduce diners to the array of restaurants in neighborhoods throughout L.A. County. To find a participating restaurant near you, and there are a lot of them – from BLT Steak to Canter's Deli to the Palm to Lawry's Prime Rib – isn't that where the Rose Bowl football players feast on tender prime rib??? Hmmm! Anyway, visit the website www.discoverlosangeles.com

This Weekend! The Affordable Art Fair The Event Deck at LA Live 1005 West Chick Hearn Court Los Angeles www.affordableartfair.us You don't need to be an art expert or a billionaire to own original works of art. Just stop by the AFFORDABLE ART FAIR THIS WEEKEND AT THE EVENT DECK AT L.A. LIVE. You will find more than two-hundred paintings, sculpture and photographs starting at one-hundred-dollars in addition to panel discussions and art demonstrations.

Saturday@ 1:30pm Manzanitas for the Garden with Bart O'BrienTheodore Payne Foundation10459 Tuxford StreetSun Valley818-768-1802www.theodorepayne.orgYou heard about native California plants. You wouldn't mind adding a few to your landscaping, but you have no clue? Well, you can learn about the California native Manzanita Saturday. Bart O'Brien is having a class on Manzanitas for the Garden at the Theodore Payne Foundation in Sun Valley.

Saturday @ 11:30am"The Train Has Left the Station"Sculpture Unveiling by Artist Patrick VogelOrizaba Park1435 Orizaba AvenueLong Beachpatrickvogel.com Witness the unveiling of artist's Patrick Vogel's sculpture " The Train Has Left the Station. " You will find it on the original track location that now runs through Orizaba Park in Long Beach, one of the stops of the former Redline Electric Train that traveled through several southern California communities.

This WeekendCalifornia Baby & Kidz ExpoPasadena Convention Center 300 East Green Street Pasadena(626) 768-3131 www.pasadenacenter.com The California Baby and Kidz Expo is in town at the Pasadena Convention Center. It's your one stop shopping spot for a variety of toys, shoes, games, fashion and more for kids. In addition to retail items and fun, there's plenty of safety information and safety products including the Nap Nanny for child who cannot sleep on their stomachs or their backs as well as this inflatable booster seat.

Saturday @ 7pmMONSTER ENERGY® AMA SUPERCROSS Dodger Stadium1000 Elysian Park AveLos Angeles, CA 90012323-224-1507(800) 745-3000www.supercrossonline.comwww.ticketmaster.comAnd , what appears to be a hard hat area is Dodger Stadium being transformed from a baseball stadium to a Supercross track for Saturday's Monster Energy AMA Supercross competition. So what's going on in your world? Let me know! You can snail, e-mail, call, Facebook or Twitter. Just don't wait until the last minute.

"Gayle on the Go" AndersonMiss Gayle AndersonKTLA 5 News5800 Sunset BoulevardLos Angeles, CA 900281-323-460-5732E-mail: Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com1-323-460-5732Twiter: ktlagayleFacebook: Gayle Anderson Have a great weekend, in Dodger Stadium, Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.

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