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Los Angeles events for the first weekend in August

One of the benefits and living in the Los Angeles area is that you can escape the city by stopping in at one of the local wildlife Reserves.
One of the benefits and living in the Los Angeles area is that you can escape the city by stopping in at one of the local wildlife Reserves.
Ronald Talley

Sepulveda Basin Bird Walk

Sepulveda Basin Bird Walk at the Wildlife Reserve on the First Sunday August 4, 2013, at the Sepulveda Basin at 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the San Fernando Valley Audubon Society Directions will be holding its monthly bird walk. With summer at full swing you will find that this will be a great location to capture a wide variety of birds.

Exit the San Diego Freeway (I-405) on Burbank Blvd. Go west about 1/2 mile to the first possible right turn, Woodley Ave. Turn north (right) on Woodley. Travel about 1/2 mile to the second possible right turn (at sign for the Water Reclamation Plant and Japanese Garden). Turn and go east about 1/2 miles to Wildlife Area parking at the end of the road. Look for people with binoculars, bringing lenses that will help you capture images at a distance. For more info, call 818-346-6712, http://www.sepulvedabasinwildlife.org/

LA Waterfront Summer Festival Celebrating San Pedro’s 125th Birthday

Saturday August 3, 2013 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. also , August 4, Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. location 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Centre Street in Historic Downtown San Pedro. Fun for the entire family, and enjoy live music, rides and games, festival foods, arts and crafts!

They will have craft beer tasting for adults special exhibits from The Battleship Iowa and Cabrillo Marine Aquarium the admission is FREE. . For more information visit: www.LASummerFest.com.

http://www.portoflosangeles.org/pdf/Flier_LA_Waterfront_Festival.pdf

Photographer's Eye - Rock & Roll Seen: Los Angeles Through the Lens of Chuck Boyd, 1965-1969

Photographer Chuck Boyd was embraced by the Los Angeles rock 'n roll scene of the 1960s and was able to capture a very unique time in our nation's history through the lens of his camera, a time that span two decades.

Historian, author Jeff Schwartz along with Chuck's siblings will be discussing Chuck's life along with the challenges of directing an image archive which has over collection of nearly 30,000 images of music legends spanning the two decades.

http://www.lapl.org/whats-on/events/photographers-eye-rock-roll-seen-los...