Saturday @ 10am 7th Annual Taste of Soul Family Festival Crenshaw Boulevard Between Stocker & Rodeo Road Los Angeles 323 299 3800 www.tasteofsoul.org This is the LARGEST street fair in Los Angeles! Enjoy activities for the entire family, some of the best food around and amazing entertainment including Eric Benet.

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Saturday @ 9am Youth Fishing Derby Whittier Narrows Recreation Area-North Lake Area D – Santa Anita Entrance 751 South Anita Avenue South El Monte 562 865 3764 There's family fun fishing at the Youth Fishing Derby in South El Monte. Register before you rollover with your reel. Oh, remember there's a one rod per youngster limit and no adult fishing will be permitted during this event.

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Saturday @ 10am Free Public Exhibition The Collection of Ronnie & Jo Wood Julien's Auctions 9665 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 150 Beverly Hills 310-836-1818 www.juliensauctions.com Jo Wood, former wife of Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood, is having a garage sale of sorts. The collection of property from the family home of Ronnie and Jo Wood is going on the auction block. Take a look NOW at what might encourage you to place a BID auction day, Friday, October 26th. These items were collected during the marriage. The lots include a Fender Stratocaster guitar valued at $50,000 to $60,000. The entire collection expected to raise between $300,000 and $500,000. The couple separated in 2008 after 24 years of marriage.

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Saturday @ 10am FREE! Extended by Popular Demand! Who Shot Rock & Roll Annenberg Space for Photography 2000 Avenue of the Stars Century City 213 403 3000 www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org This is the last weekend to see this! " Who Shot Rock & Roll." The Annenberg Space for Photography exhibit is FREE and features the work of more than one-hundred photographers, plus an original short documentary which includes interviews with the exhibit photographers.

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Saturday @ 6:30am October is Long Beach Arts Month longbeachartsmonth.org We're running out of month. October is Long Beach Arts Month and time is running out to explore the variety of arts and culture experiences available. There are happening all over town. You can find them all by going to the website. Long Beach Arts Month – DOT – ORG website.

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14th Annual Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational Laguna Art Museum 307 Cliff Drive Laguna Beach 949.494.8971 www.LagunaArtMuseum.org The 14th Annual Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational is a landscape painting festival focusing on the community, the environment, and art education. This event showcases forty of the nation's top plein air landscape painters who compete for prestigious prizes and participate in festivities including public paint outs, environmental awareness activities, and educational events for kids and adults.

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Saturday @9am Zumba for Tatas Master Class La Serna Locke Gymnasium 15301 Youngwood Drive Whittier 562 698 8121, Extension 6030 October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. You can observe the occasion in Whittier at Zumba for Tatas. The shake your groove thing master class is a fundraiser for Balling for a Cure of Breast Cancer.

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Saturday @ 3pm 626 Night Market Santa Anita's Infield Santa Anita Park 285 West Huntington Avenue Arcadia www.santaanita.com 626-574-7223 This is different! The 626 Night Market, featuring Asian street foods and local Asian businesses is setting up shop on the infield of Santa Anita Park. The event aims to entertain and educate folks of all ages about the historic horse racing and local entrepreneurs.

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Saturday @ 10am Indiana Jones & the Adventure of Archaeology: The Exhibition Discovery Science Center 2500 North Main Street Santa Ana 714-542-2823 www.discoverycube.org Calling all adventurers and aspiring archaeologists! Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology: the Exhibition is waiting for you at the Discovery Science Center ins Santa Ana. This innovative exhibition, made possible by Lucasfilm Ltd., presented by the National Geographic Society and produced by Montreal's X3 Productions, features an extensive collection of Indiana Jones film materials from the Lucasfilm Archives, along with photos and videos from the National Geographic Society and artifacts from the Penn Museum.

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Free! Saturday @ 10am 5th Annual Great Park Pumpkin Harvest & Food Drive Orange County Great Park Sand Canyon Avenue Irvine It's Fall and Halloween time. The proof? There's free Fall family fun at the Fifth Annual Great Park Pumpkin Harvest. Free Pumpkins are available for children under the age of 12. First come! First serve! And, celebrate the harvest season by helping local families fight hunger. Bring non-perishable canned or packaged food items to drop off at collection stations at the Great Park Pumpkin Harvest. Your donations will help Second Harvest Food Bank and Community Action Partnership prepare for Thanksgiving for families in need.

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Saturday @ 8am 20th Annual Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin Festival 2012 Farm Store 4102 South University Drive Pomona 909 869 7659 www.csupomona.edu Then, you can run the family over to the Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin Festival. There are thousands of pumpkins you can pick right out the patch. Get lost in the corn maze. Pet the critters in the Petting Zoo. Play games at the College of Agriculture student club booths or head over to our popular Insect Fair featuring nearly 500,000 live and preserved insects.

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Saturday @ 10am 2012 Calabasas Pumpkin Festival Juan Bautista de Anza Park 3701 Lost Hills Road Calabasas 818 222 5680 www.calabasaspumpkinfestival.com And, we cannot talk about pumpkin festivals without including the Calabasas Pumpkin Festival. Of course there are pumpkins, but add to the list of fun inflatables, reptile and nature shows, carnival games, live bands, arts and crafts and more!

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Saturday @ 10am The Beverly Hills Fall artSHOW Santa Monica Boulevard Between Rodeo Drive & Rexford Drive 310 285 6836 www.beverlyhills.org Here's one more hint Fall has arrived. It's the Beverly Hills Fall Art Show featuring more than two-hundred art exhibitors from across the country. They brought their paintings, sculptures, watercolors, photography, jewelry and more for us to take home.