Sunday @ 5pm Spooky Reptilian Masquerade Fundraiser The Reptile Zoo 18818 Brookhurst Street Fountain Valley (714) 964-3525 www.TheReptileZoo.com Where's your costume? You're going to need it for the Spooky Reptilian Masquerade at The Reptile Zoo in Fountain Valley.
This year's event benefits recipients The Reptile Zoo and Forever Wild dedicated to educating the public and providing homes for exotic pets of all sizes.
Disney Channel's hit show JESSIE.
Sunday @ 10am
Boo at the Zoo
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
5333 Zoo Drive
323 644 4200
Celebrate Halloween at the Los Angeles Zoo. It's "Boo at the Zoo" featuring zoo critters plus creepy creatures, pumpkin carving, and treats for kids.
Sunday @ 11a.m.
Howl-a-ween Doggie Costume Contest
2013 West Magnolia Boulevard
818 848 1540
Unique Vintage Boutique is holding a Howl-a-ween Doggie Costume Contest and Pet Adoptions in Burbank. The owner of the best dressed pooch could win a 250-dollar gift certificate to Unique Vintage along with a special doggie treat basket.
Animal rescue organizations will holding on-site dog and cat adoptions and information on how to take care of your new family member.
Saturday @ 7pm & 9pm
Catch Your Breath
Barlow Respiratory Hospital
2000 Stadium Way
818 784 8669
The site specific choreographer who has brought us people dancing in a laundramat, people dancing in Los Angeles City Hall, and people dancing in vacant lots, now gives us dance on the grounds of Barlow Respiratory Hospital. It's "Catch Your Breath" which examines the intersection of art and learning through the fundamental act of breathing, while highlighting the hospital's 110 year history.
Sunday @ Noon
Balancing Act: The Glass Sculpture of Steve Klein
Craft and Folk Art Museum
5814 Wilshire Boulevard
Let's look at art! Celebrating the Studio Glass Movement's 50th anniversary, the Craft and Folk Art Museum presents Balancing Act: The Glass Sculpture of Steve Klein. This is the first museum survey in Southern California of Long Beach-based sculptor Steve Klein, a distinguished sculptor and teacher who interprets original works of architecture, visual art, and natural landscapes as stylized contemporary glass sculptures.
Sunday @ 6:30am
October is Long Beach Arts Month
The month is nearly over! 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.
Sunday @ 10a.m.
Mata Ortiz Pottery Weekend
2002 North Main Street
714 567 3600
Sunday is the last day you can explore Santa Ana's Bowers Museum pottery from the village of Mata Ortiz, prized by collectors worldwide and is considered by many to be the most innovative ceramic movement to evolve in the 20th century. You can more than admire the pottery. Become a new collector. Pottery and jewelry are for sale.
Sunday @ 10am
Indiana Jones & the Adventure of Archaeology: The Exhibition
Discovery Science Center
2500 North Main Street
Right across the street from the Bowers, there's Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology: the Exhibition is waiting for you at the Discovery Science Center in 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.
Sunday @ 10am
Los Angeles Ultimate Women's Expo
Los Angeles Convention Center
Downtown Los Angeles
866 618 3434
It's live with Regis and all of these remarkable women at the Los Angeles Ultimate Women's Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Relax, rejuvenate, shop, explore a new interest, connect with inspiring keynote speakers and re-ignite your inner you.
Sunday @ 7:30a.m.
Walk to End Epilepsy
5K Walk / Run & One-Mile Stroll
Let's get some exercise! The annual Walk to End Epilepsy welcomes nearly 4,000 walkers to bring awareness to one of the world's most common, serious brain disorders. 1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy at some point in their. The walk inspires participants to get involved in care, advocacy, education, and research.
Sunday @ 3pm
Reggae for a Reason Benefit Concert
Don the Beachcomber
16278 Pacific Coast Highway
How about some music? Reggae for a Reason is partying to raise money for homeless youngsters with a concert at Don the Beachcomber in Huntington Beach. In addition to the tunes, there will be raffles, gift cards, and more benefiting Stand Up for Kids O.C., Love In the Mirror and the Project Hope School.