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Alien at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Catch Ridley Scott’s horror sci-fi classic under the stars! Stunning special effects and suspense make up this terrifying and bold film. When a mysterious signal from an alien planet reaches a deep space cargo ship, the crew investigates. What they discover makes this one of the scariest movies ever made. $16-$20; Saturday, doors: 7:15 pm, movie: 9 pm; Cinespia at Hollywood Forever, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038

Family Flicks Film Series at The Hammer Musuem: A League of Their Own
With its sports stars off fighting World War II, America tries to keep its national pastime alive with the creation the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Based on the true story of the AAGPBL, A League of Their Own boasts an all-star cast with Geena Davis, Rosie O’Donnell, and Madonna, who pitch, catch, and run their way from laughingstocks to national heroes. Free ($6/parking); Sunday, 11 am; 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024; 310.443.7000

Don’t Tell Comedy Festival
PLATFORM in Culver City is hosting the Don’t Tell Comedy Festival, which features an incredible lineup of comedians. Identities of these comedians remain under wraps until they hit the stage, making this one of the best-kept comedy secrets in Los Angeles. The Don’t Tell Comedy Festival is one of the best independently run comedy shows around Los Angeles, featuring some of the biggest names in comedy alongside the hottest up-and-comers. You will have access to three performances throughout the day in three unique locations with different secret comedians. In addition to the performances, there will also be a festival area with live music, a DJ, lawn games, food trucks, giveaways and more, from brand partners including House Beer, Recover 180, and Joymode. The festival will be held outside behind Blue Bottle Coffee and Loqui (entrance on Landmark St. across the street from Park Century School). $15, $30/General admission to both the festival and all comedy shows, $50/VIP admission with reserved seating; Saturday, 3 pm – 12 am; 8850 Washington Blvd, Culver City 90232

Pasadena Chalk Festival
In addition to live music, and, of course, art, check out animated art, food booths, raffle prizes, auctions, and more. There will also be chalk drawings of movie posters and iconic scenes in film, in Upper Theatre near ArcLight Cinemas and a children’s chalk zone. Free; Saturday & Sunday, 10 am – 7 pm; The Paseo, 300 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101

Got a sweet tooth? Cure it with vendors including Icy Rush Co., FataMorgana Gelato, Carmela Ice Cream, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, Treats by B, Peddler’s Creamery, G’s Cookies, Two Chicks in the Mix, Eat.Love.Yoga, Communitea Bakery, Churro Garage, The Pudding Truck, L.A. Donut, Nature’s Bakery, P.S. I Love Brew, KeVita x Jeni’s Splendid – Ice Cream Floats. All sweet vendors will offer a $4 portion so you can try a few things. Savory more your thing? Try food from Old San Juan Catering, Boba ni Taco, 3941 Tamales, The Zema Truck, The Green Truck, and Tender Grill Truck. Once you are fuled up, shop from the likes of  Muchacha Los Angeles, HOUSE//by Billy Puerto, Birdbath, SECOSCAPES, Creations by Lety, sweet stirling, Archetype Beard, Made in Mayhem, Bolla Kills and Wicked Boheme. birds & bees will also be serving gluten free brews while you can join yoga with One Down Dog. There will also be live music, a photo booth, and face painting. Free; Sunday, 11 am – 7 pm; 2nd & Broadway / DTLA

Summer Street Market Nights
Throughout the summer, experience regional cuisine from around the world at The Mixing Room at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE. Latin Heat kicks off the summer series with Flamenco dancing and items like duck mole tamales, Mexican aguachile with shrimp and Argentinean churrasco steak. Future nights in the series include Bollywood (July 21) and One Night in Bangkok (August 25). $75 (includes unlimited food and 3 drink tickets); Sunday, 7 – 10 pm; 900 W. Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA; 213.765.8600

K-Town Night Market
This annual event has the best of K-Town! Food vendors include Kogi BBQ, Made in Brooklyn Pizza, Seoul Sausage, Mister Potato, Momma Fung, India Jones, Blast Ice Cream, Banh Mi LA, Cafe Der, and many many more. There are also vendors that you can shop at including Stussy, Etsy Jewelry, H2rOse, Vanity Box Cosmetics, Bare Alchemy, Blushcon, Altitude, and more. Performances are by artists including South Korean rapper Kisum at 9:30 pm. $5; Friday & Saturday; RFK Community School, 701 S Catalina St, Los Angeles, CA 90005

DTLA Donut Festival
Join in a one-day edible exploration of LA’s favorite pastry at the first-ever DTLA Donut Festival at Union Station. The event will showcase the donut in its many ways: plain, glazed, and filled, along with new wave treats including churros, apple fritters, and donut holes. Donut vendors you will find include Trejo’s Donuts, Primo’s Donuts, DK’s Donuts, Glazed Donut Bar, Fat Uncle Farms, J’s Mini Donuts, Donut Princess LA, Kettle Glaze, Air + Day Vegan Donuts, Dream Donut Truck, RING Baked Tofu Donuts, and Churros Don Abel. The DTLA Donut Festival will also feature a “live fry” donut station making hot apple fritters to order and third-wave coffee vendors along with donut-compatible offerings including wood-fired pizza and craft beer. Additionally, Chef demos throughout the day will teach visitors how to make their own photo-ready donuts. Free; Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm; Union Station Los Angeles, 800 North Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Scotch Whiskey Tasting & Pairing at Margo’s
You are invited to join Margo’s for a Scotch tasting and pairing featuring premium Scotch whiskies from Macallan. Perfect for a Father’s Day weekend activity, or to enjoy with a group of friends, the tasting will feature four Scotch Whiskies from Macallan – Macallan Rare Cask, Macallan 15yr Fine Oak, Macallan 12yr Sherry Oak and Macallan 12yr Double Cask – paired alongside four dishes crafted for the evening including Porcini Mushroom Crusted Whole Rib Eye Sliced on the Bone, Bone Marrow with Herb Salad and Chocolate and Vanilla Bread Pudding with Salted Caramel and Orange Sauce. $125; Saturday, 8 – 10 pm; 1534 Montana Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Please Leave By 9 Dance Party
This is the perfect night out for me. Please Leave By 9 is a series of dance parties for people who want a raging night of dancing fun that starts and ends early. Dance in a judgement-free, friendly zone. It’s a house party with friends you haven’t met yet with loud dance music, dark lighting and a safe place to get sweaty, dance around, and be home by 9 pm. Beverages are available through pay-what-you-want donation. Bring cash or use your venmo. Profits from the bar will be donated to a different non profit. $12; Friday, 7 – 9 pm; 521 The Living Room, 521 North Avenue 64. Los Angeles, CA 90042

Chang Sensory Trails
This traveling event brings food, art and music from Thailand our city. Try bold, rich dishes like Khao Soi, Pad See Ew and Pork Leg Stew, plus the chance to win a VIP experience with Chef Bao Bao (Baoburg, Brooklyn NY) at the Chef’s Table. Free; Saturday, noon-9 pm; Hollywood Palladium Parking Lot, 6215 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

L.A. Beer Week 
Throughout this week, local breweries, bars and restaurants host events celebrating craft beer in Los Angeles. The week-long beer celebration starts with the L.A. Brewers Kick Off (June 16) where you can sample beer from over 80 craft breweries, groove to live music and nom on local eats. Saturday though June 24th

Father’s Day Food Truck Festival at Angel City Brewery
Angel City Brewery to host their annual free Father’s Day Food Truck Festival, featuring live music from The Vignes Rooftop Revival and The Howling Faith and great eats by Downtown Taco Co. and others. The Bad Dads Club will also be holding it down, with a pop-up for any last-minute gifting. The latest iteration of the brewery’s single-hopped, kettle-soured Sunbather series will be available as well. The third edition uses Mosaic hops, featuring bright citrus and earthy pine notes on the palette. 4-packs of 16 oz. cans-to-go will be available, while supplies last. Sunday, 12 – 6 pm; Angel City Brewery, 216 Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA; RSVP here.

Free Greenbar Distillery Tastes
This craft distillery is offering free tastings in honor of Father’s Day. There will also be flash sales on bottles, BBQ, and raffle prizes as well. Free; 2459 E 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90021; 213.375.3668

Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance
Beverly Hills’ largest public annual event celebrates its 25th anniversary! Each Father’s Day, Rodeo Drive fills up with rare automobiles and motorcycles. This year’s event features an entire block filled with silver cars, in honor of its silver anniversary. Free; Sunday; 400 block of Rodeo Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 323.503.4113

OUE Skyspace LA
Bring your father up to Skyspace to spend the day and celebrate together! 21 and over? Enjoy a special ticket package featuring 2 for 1 beers at the Skyspace Bar. $19+; Sunday; OUE Skyspace LA, 633 W. Fifth St. #840, Los Angeles, CA; 213.894.9000

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