Weekly Events: Thanksgiving

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Weekly Events: Thanksgiving

Follow these tips to be sure your turkey makes it to the table safely. (Steve Mellon/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS)

Follow these tips to be sure your turkey makes it to the table safely. (Steve Mellon/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS)

Follow these tips to be sure your turkey makes it to the table safely. (Steve Mellon/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS)

Follow these tips to be sure your turkey makes it to the table safely. (Steve Mellon/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS)

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Tuesday 24th

Music

Hack the Planet 6.0

An electronica concert featuring Paladin Shield, Casio DadChikochikorita, Orange County’s Sugar Mittens, and more. With music that will bring nostalgia chills from the 8-bit feel to songs that sound straight out of an anime. Come grab some food and enjoy.

The Airliner

2419 N. Broadway
Los Angeles

8 p.m.

FREE

Burlesque

Rack To the Future

Sometimes there aren’t too many words to describe what will be seen at an event. This is, a “Back to the Future” burlesque parody. So, grab your parents and your significant other and come enjoy scantly dressed women in this funny parody of the famous movie Back to the Future.

1714 N Vermont

Los Angeles

 

9 p.m.

$10-$15, plus 2 item minimum

Friday 27th

Music

BLACKBEAR

Solo artist Blackbear will perform at the El Rey for the release party for his album “Help.” After releasing a new song “paragraphs,” be sure to expect a mellow and intense show from the upcoming artist.

El Rey

5515 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles

8 p.m.

$20

Saturday 28th

Campus Event

American Indian Student Association ~ American Indian Studies Program 32nd Annual Powwow

Come experience a pow wow and enjoy traditional Native American dance, songs, arts, crafts, fry bread, and food vendors. Relax with some friends and have a good time in this strongly knit community

Plummer Lawn

10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

FREE!

Merry Event

Knotts MERRY Farm

Similarly to the spookiness that was last month, Knotts goes all out for the holidays. Now everyone knows Christimas is pretty much from Nov. 1st – Jan. 1st, and this is the time to celebrate! Come join the fun at Knotts where everything is decorated with Christmas, snoopy and the gang are out and there are Christmas Carols aplenty.

8039 Beach Blvd

Buena Park

10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

$40

Sunday 29th

Boats

Queen Mary:CHILL

The Queen Mary for a few weeks out of the year is transformed into a giant igloo!(figuratively of course) there will be all new lights and winter sounds attached to this experience, with expert Ice carvers, food, and drinks! Join, one cannot resist that it’s Christmas.

1126 Queens Hwy

Long Beach

10 a.m. – 10 p.m.

$25-$45

Play

The Giving Tree

Most know the childhood story The Giving Tree. This is the play adaptation, with music, dancing and all the spirit of childhood.

12420 Santa Monica Blvd

Los Angeles

4 p.m.

$15

Monday 30th

Campus concert

Discovery Players

Enjoy a night out with CSUN’s orchestra, with a bevy of music form various classical composers, sit back and relax in this classiest of events.

Cypress Recital Hall

7:30 p.m.

Starting $7

Tuesday 1st

Campus Concert

Media Composition Studio Ensemble – Elizabeth Sellers, Director

Have one more night out this time with our schools ensemble. Lead by professor Elizabeth Sellers, enjoy a night filled with a handful of beautifully mastered songs performed by CSUN’s best.

Plaza del Sol Performance Hall

7:30p.m.

Starting at $7

Outdoor Movie

Mr. C Beverly HIlls’ Fall-Winter poolside Cinema Series

Nothing like curling up with a hot drink, hot date and a movie while its cold out. Well, do all that but outside, with the movie Mr. C, that’s being shown on an outdoor lawn.

1224 Beverwil Dr.

Los Angeles

6 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

$35-$45
Contributed by Joseph Jackson