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Gayle on the Go for Saturday, Sept. 22

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Saturday @ 8:30am3rd Annual Strut Your MuttPan Pacific Park7600 Beverly BoulevardLos Angeles www.strutyourmutt.orgStrut Your Mutt to raise money for local animal rescue groups Saturday during a leisurely one mile group dog walk followed by a festival that includes doggie yoga and massage, photo opp's, free consultations with trainers and pet specialists, and complimentary treats for your dogs.

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Saturday @ &amCruisin' For A Cure Car Orange County Fairground & Event CenterCosta Mesawww.cruisinforacure.comGentlemen get your testing and gentlemen start your engines, too at the 13th Annual "Cruisin' For A Cure." Organizers describe this as the world's largest one day charity car show supporting the City of Hope's Prostate Cancer Program.

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Saturday @ 10amBob the Builder: Project Build ITDiscovery Science Center 2500 North Main Street Santa Ana 714-542-2823 www.discoverycube.orgHammers and hardhats are invited to this new exhibit! Bob the Builder® and his Can-Do Crew are conducting "Project Build It" at the Santa Ana Discovery Science Center.

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Saturday is Cal Poly Pomona Day2012 L.A. County FairPomona(909) 623-3111www.lacountyfair.comThe L.A. County Fair is open Saturday is Cal Poly Pomona Day at the largest county fair in the country. Cal Poly Pomona students, faculty or staff members, click on the L.A. County Fair website to get your free admission coupon.

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Sunday @ 5pmOrange County CanstructionThe GalaSouth Coast Collection3303 Hyland AvenueCosta Mesa949 483 8688www.canstructionoc.orgBad news! This is the last day you can see creative work that produces Orange County Canstruction.

Good news! These can good sculptures built by volunteers are going to the Orange County Food Bank feeding half-a-million needy.

You can help all year round. Check out the Orange County Canstruction and Orange County Food Bank websites.

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This Weekend!16th Annual Payomkawichum Soboba Inter-Tribal Pow Wow23333 Soboba RdSan Jacinto951 306 2403www.soboba.comThis is FREE and open to the public. It's the 16th Annual Payomkawichum Soboba Inter-Tribal Pow Wow.

Learn the culture of this southern California Native American tribe at the drum, dance, and bird singing contests.

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Saturday @ 1pmWelcome to ManhoodHyde Park Miriam Matthews Library2205 West Florence AvenueLos Angeles213 359 3378Young men between the ages of 11 and 19 are invited to the "Welcome to Manhood" program, sponsored by Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles.

The non-profit organization Saturday workshop focuses on education, career and life skills guidance, and personal achievement.

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Saturday @ 9amFREE!Managing Health Care Expenses in RetirementWhat Baby Boomers Need to Know About Medicare and Long-term Care.Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship2085 South Hobart BoulevardLos Angeles 626-356-9660 Oh Baby Boomers! You're staying in shape, now find out what you need to do to keep your medical coverage in shape and protect against rising costs FREE at this Saturday workshop. No specific insurance or investment products will be discussed. Bring your questions. Hear from experts. End the confusion.

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Saturday @ 4pmFREE!7th Annual Frogtown ArtwalkBlake AvenueLos Angeleswww.frogtownarts.comThe artists of the Los Angeles Elysian Valley, known as Frogtown, invite us to their 7th annual FROGTOWN ARTWALK.

This celebration of creativity and talent flourishing in the industrial buildings and working class neighborhood along the LA River, has artists, artisans and architects opening their studio doors and lofts to thousands of art fans.

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This Weekend!Free!Extended by Popular Demand!Who Shot Rock & RollAnnenberg Space for Photography2000 Avenue of the StarsCentury City213 403 3000www.annenbergspaceforphotography.orgSpeaking of art, this has been extended until Sunday, October 21st by popular demand! " Who Shot Rock & Roll." The Annenberg Space for Photography exhibit is FREE and features the work of more than one-hundred photographers, plus an original short documentary which includes interviews with the exhibit photographers.

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Saturday @ 2pmFREE!Tarfest Music & Art FestivalLa Brea Tar Pits Park 5801 Wilshire BoulevardLos Angeleswww.tarfest.comImagine a music and art festival in a tar pit! That's the Tarfest Music and Art Festival celebrating La Brea Tar Pits Park with performances by indie-rock bands, live painting, gourmet food trucks and gourmet wine.

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Saturday @ NoonFREE!Pasadena Museum of California Art490 East Union StreetPasadena626.568.3665www.pmcaonline.orgCelebrate the Pasadena Museum of California Art's 10th Birthday with art activities, live music, beer, food trucks, hands-on workshops for all ages, and a birthday cake!

The PMCA 10th Birthday Party is free and open to the public.

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Saturday @ Noon12th Annual US Sumo OpenJapan American Cultural & Community Center Noguchi Plaza244 S. San Pedro StreetLos Angeleswww.usasumo.comForty Sumo wrestlers from ten-countries compete in the 12th Annual U.S. Sumo Open. Among the superstars throwing their weight around, three World Sumo Champion Byamba.

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Saturday @ 4pmFREE!Musical Shorts RevueMayme A. Clayton Library & Museum4130 Overland AvenueCulver City310 202 1647www.claytonmuseum.orgSpend a toe tapping afternoon at a free screening and lecture about Black Vitaphone shorts and musicals of early Hollywood featuring African American superstars of their era Cab Calloway ((( NATSOT ))) and Dorothy Dandridge ((( NATSOT ))) at the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum.

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Saturday @ 11amFREE!Folk Art Walk: Boyle Heights Mariachi Plaza Kiosk 1711 East First StreetLos Angeles www.cafam.orgDig into the interesting terrain of Boyle Heights, including cultural landmarks, immigrant groups that have lived in the neighborhood in the past and diverse musical traditions with cultural programmer Carmelo Alvarez on the Folk Art Walk in Boyle Heights.

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Saturday @ 9amOrange County Fest of Ales & Beer Run 5K 205 West Center Street Promenade Downtown Anaheim Anaheim www.ocfestofales.com The first annual Orange County Fest of Ales in downtown Anaheim features popular Orange county food trucks, more than one-hundred hand crafted beers from 20 local breweries and a beer run. The fundraising event supports more than ten local non-profit organizations.

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