October 18-19, 2014
This family-friendly event includes fun for all ages and will be hosted in Brookside Park, directly in front of Kidspace Children’s Museum. Activities include a petting zoo, pony rides, bouncers, carnival games, and seasonal crafts. Partake in a costume parade, make your own take-home fall crafts, enjoy face painting, and select pumpkins from our pumpkin patch. Parents will love the book and costume sale, and tasty picnic treats. Festival admission is free - as well as the live music/performances, selected crafts, promotions at the Radio Disney tent, and a photo opportunity at the pumpkin patch. Tickets are available for purchase to enjoy the bouncers, pony rides, games, food, and many other festival attractions. This is a fun, family-friendly way to celebrate the season! The annual Pumpkin Festival is organized by the museum’s volunteer support group, The Circle of Friends, and offers even the youngest children a fun and safe way to celebrate the season. All proceeds benefit Kidspace Children’s Museum.
All Ages Admission to the Festival is Free.
Kidspace Children’s Museum 480 N. Arroyo Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91103
October 31-November 2, 2014
The Contemporary Crafts Market proves holiday dreams do come true. Including this one: forget malls, traffic jams, mass produced products or snow! At this Winter wonderland, meet the accomplished artists who create unique gifts of functional art. Shop for objects of beauty you won’t find anywhere else at prices everyone can afford. There is a story behind everything you see. This is a juried show which means the work is of the highest quality. Artisans, from California and The West, set the stage for the very best of American craftsmanship.
The Contemporary Crafts Market is a priceless part of the big picture. Nearing its 30th year, it is one of the longest running craft shows in Southern California: a timeless tradition and an All-American success story in the competitive world of art.
Friday and Saturday 10-6 p.m., Sunday 10-5 p.m; Admission $8
Pasadena Convention Center (Exhibit Hall), 300 E. Green St.
The Real Change Movement is an innovative partnership between the business community, the public sector and nonprofits that has created a simple way for each individual to play a part in ending homelessness. This campaign created a special public donation meters program, with 100% of the funds going to comprehensive homeless services that provide proven methods to break out of the cycle of dependency of living on the streets. The Real Change Movement also includes a public education component that raises awareness about the issue of homelessness and informs people about more effective ways to support those in need. This campaign aims to harness the power of our community and is a collaborative effort of the City of Pasadena, Flintridge Center, Business Improvement Districts, the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, Art Center College of Design, United Way of Greater Los Angeles, and East West Bank. Look for the bright orange donations meters and help spread the message about the Real Change Movement!
Find out more at www.realchangemovement.org
October 31 & November 1, 2014
Secure your tickets now to the Breeders' Cup this October 31 & November 1.
AND YOU’RE OFF!
The gates are open and the race is on for the best seats! And as a friend of the Breeders’ Cup, you get a head start on purchasing tickets to 2014 Breeders' Cup World Championships before they go on sale to the general public. Don't miss your opportunity to witness the best of the best compete at beautiful Santa Anita Park on October 31 and November 1.
Be one of the first to get your tickets by visiting www.BreedersCup.com.