Looking to Stay out of Trouble this Weekend?

Here are three suggestions. On the other hand, if you want to release your inner cowboy, there's a little something called the LA County Fair.

Huntington Library and Botanical Garden -- Roger Medearis Exhibition

  • “American painter Roger Medearis is the focus of this exhibition including more than 30 paintings, prints, drawings, letters and photographs, tracing the artist’s career from his beginnings as a student of Thomas Hart Benton through the development of his own distinctive style.” 

Norton Simon Museum: Lessons of the Cherry Blossom -- Japanese Woodblock Prints 

  • “The exhibition features 16 prints from the Museum’s permanent collection, several of which have not been on view before, including three rare sets of uncut double prints by Utagawa Hiroshige and works by Totoya Hokkei and Chōbunsai Eishi. Two prints from Katsushika Hokusai’s Rare Views of Famous Bridges series, which have been in storage for over 30 years, are in the exhibit."

Pasadena History Museum: The Big Red Car 

  • "The Pacific Electric Railway and its 1,100 miles of track connecting Southern California’s many diverse communities died out by the 1960’s, but Pasadena Museum of History  brings the famed railway back to life through images and artifacts in a new exhibition."

But then, if you want to go a little crazy, there's always this:

LA County Fair, Pomona

“The largest County Fair in North America. Opening Weekend: $1 admission from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., $17 admission from 1 p.m.-midnight, $1 for 22-oz. soft drinks from 1-4 p.m., $2 carnival rides & games from 4-7 p.m.”


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