1. The Opening of Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles
Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles will be the largest indoor, year-round craft marketplace. Set in a converted WWII-era warehouse, Crafted will be home to hundreds of artists, designers, and craftspeople.
Help support the handmade movement and celebrate the opening of this massive collective.
Friday, June 29
11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
110 & 112 E. 22nd St.
San Pedro CA 90731
For more information, please visit www.craftedportla.com
2. Griffins of Kinsale
We recently read a review of Griffins of Kinsale and now we’re seriously jonzing for some corned beef and cabbage and a pint of ale. This weekend, hop on over to this South Pasadena pub for an Irish treat.
Griffins of Kinsale
1007 Mission St
To read Eating LA’s review, please visit eatingla.blogspot.com
3. Friday Night Frights
Sometimes a serious case of the “willies” can be a ton of fun. Case in point: a midnight showing of Arachnophobia. Don’t miss out on Cinefamily’s Friday Night Frights.
$12 General Admission
Friday, June 29
Doors open at 11:30 PM | Movie starts at 11:59 PM
611 N Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.cinefamily.org
4. Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival
The Independent Shakespeare Co.’s free plays in Griffith Park are one of the summer’s highlights. Pack a picnic, crack open a bottle of wine, enjoy the cool summer evenings and watch a spectacular performance of a Shakespeare classic.
This weekend is the Company’s opening weekend. Hooray!
For more information and a complete schedule, please visit www.iscla.org
5. Gear Up LA at Bedrock Studios
Now this just sounds like too much fun: a musical instrument swap meet. Event also includes a raffle, live DJ music sets, food from local food trucks and restaurants, and a pinball arcade.
Event is free to attend
Saturday, June 30
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
1623 Allesandro St.
LA, CA 90026
For more information, please visit www.gearupla.com