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WEEKLY ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTER FROM  PASADENANOW

FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 22, THROUGH THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2019

Explore Pasadena!  Each week our Calendar staff vets dozens of events to bring you
this preview of the best happenings in town

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BESTBETS FOR THE NEXT 7  DAYS....

Cancer Support CommunityMosquito AbatementPAL Golden Badge Awards 
Altadena Guild
Celebrating Children



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Partly Cloudy
High: 64°
Low: 48°

SUNDAY

Sunny
High:  70°
Low: 52°

The history, science and beauty of the Peacock

Thrill to True Legends of the California Gold Rush

Jazz 'n Paz Presents Barbara Morrison & Her Trio

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Nightlife

Deja Vu

Get The Freshest Fruits and Veggies at our Local Farmers' Markets

Everyone knows that we need to eat more fresh fruit and veggies, but many of us would rather use locally grown produce by the farmers who grew them. Pasadena Certified Farmers' Market does just that. With two locations, Villa Parke and Victory Park you can get seasonal fruits and veggies from the farmers who grew them. The Villa Parke Center Market is held on Tuesdays and usually has about 13 vendors and Saturdays at Victory Park with about 60 vendors.  For more information click here.

Music of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Coffee Gallery

Sunday, March 24, at 6:00 p.m.   (626) 798-6236

FullEvents Calendar    (About 400 local events for the next four weeks!)

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Events at Caltech

Sage Against the Machine
Native Plant Songs & Stories
Eaton Canyon
Thursday, March 28,  at 7:30 p.m.  

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100's of Pasadena-area events, arranged by date. Click for more

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Theatrical Journey Full of Human Emotion
Argonautika is a fresh retelling of the classic Greek myth, The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts. Jason and his quest for the Golden Fleece has been reframed for our time. Audiences will join the fantastic voyage and encounter Athena, Hera, Hercules, sirens, centaurs, and more—familiar mythological figures imbued with unexpected character and depth. 

PAL's Golden Badge Awards
The Roaring Twenties at the Langham
● Cancer Support Community Angel Gala
Elizabeth House Gala
No Limits for Deaf Children Day at the Races
● Ronald McDonald House Walk for Kids
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Benefits,fundraisers, parties, tours, special events and more.

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FOOD AND WINE
What to Expect at Masters of Taste
ECLECTIC EVENTS
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Culture



Zack Snyder: Director's Cut
Filmmaker Zack Snyder, an ArtCenter College of Design alumnus who established Cruel and Unusual Films Inc. in Pasadena in 2004, will be hosting three days of director’s cut screenings of his popular films.
ArtCenter
March 22-24, at various times (626) 396-2200


Family Concert Featuring Son Jarocho Music

The Pasadena Folk Music Society, in partnership with the Pasadena Public Library, presents a free concert for the entire family on Saturday, March 23, at the Pasadena Central Library in the Donald Wright Auditorium. Cambalache plays Son Jarocho music of Vera Cruz, Mexico, birthplace of founding member, Cesar Castro. This music is popular on Mexico’s Gulf Coast, a cultural region shaped by African, Spanish, and the indigenous culture of the Caribbean. Cambalache’s name comes from the Spanish word for “exchange” which acknowledges the group’s emphasis on audience participation.

Puppy Pre-School
This class is designed for puppies under 4 months of age and allows owners to take advantage of their puppy’s critical socialization period.
Pasadena Humane Society
Tuesday, March 26, at 5:45 p.m.  (626) 792-7151

On Sunday, April 7, at the Rose Bowl, Union Station Homeless Services will present its premier food and beverage festival. Masters of Taste features LA’s top restaurants, craft breweries, cocktail programs, and California wineries. All featured participants will serve unlimited tastings to all guests. In a preview of what to expect at the festival Chefs, Jonathan Aviles of Salazar, Sammy Monsour of Preux & Proper, Jon Hung of The Raymond 1886, Master of Taste Host Chef Michael Hung of Faith and Flower and Jon Hansley of Lark Cake Shop prepared delicious dishes to represent what to expect at the upcoming festival.

Uncovering History in Busch Gardens
Michael Logan, Busch Gardens researcher and historian, will speak about Pasadena’s historic Busch Gardens. Mr. Logan matches historic images to their same exact locations a century later.
Maranatha High School
Thursday, March 28, at 7:00 p.m. (626) 441-6333

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Oil Recycling
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MUSIC: 
Pasadena Symphony Takes on Mahler's Epic Titan Symphony


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The Pasadena Symphony returns with a program of epic proportions as Music Director David Lockington leads an oversized orchestra for Mahler’s monumental “Titan” Symphony No. 1. Mahler’s First Symphony tops off a grandiose program with Mozart’s fantastical Piano Concerto No. 21 performed by Colburn artist Rodolfo Leone.

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FAMILY& CHILDREN:
For the Kids

You Don't Want to Miss These Events

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Performance on the Frog
Experience The Root Beer Bandits: A Rootin' Tootin' Wild West Musicale from the Garry Marshall Theatre at Kidspace. Hear songs from the show, learn a dance, games, and more. 

March 23 at 1:00 p.m. | Kidspace

PAM @ The Library
Discover stories told through the eyes of children and engage in creating a work of art inspired by one of the many cultures of Asia and the Pacific Islands.

March 25 at 3:30 p.m. | Pasadena Central Library

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●Bonsai Show

Create a Clay Leaf Bowl

Scent Impressions Botanical Workshop

Pasadena Confidential Crime Bus Tour

Family Drop-In Garden Party

●Off the Page Series, Sly Fox

American Whiskey Tasting

Performance at PAM: Kabuki
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Treasure Sale 
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Wacko Magic Show
Wacko’s knuckle busting slight of hand will wow adults while his silly antics will keep the kids roaring with laughter.

March 26 at 3:30 p.m. | La Pintoresca Branch Library

Fairy Door Workshop
Explore the possibilities! Make your own miniature fairy doorway scene. All materials provided. For ages 9+. 

March 27 at 3:00 p.m. | Allendale Branch Library

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