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Things to Do


and character photo ops. à California Science Center, 700 Exposition Park Dr (323-724-3623, californiasciencecenter.org). Opens Oct 15 daily 10am–3:30pm; $9.95–$14.95.


Vegan Oktoberfest Raise a glass to this meatless


observation of the German drinking holiday, with bites from the Grilled Cheese Truck and Donut Friend, brews from Angel City and more. à Los Angeles Center Studios, 450 S Bixel St (veganoktoberfest.com). Oct 15 1–5:30pm; standard admission $45, VIP $65.


Veuve Clicquot


Polo Classic Put on your wide-brimmed hats and Sunday best for this annual polo match. Sip on some bubbly and expect to spot a few celebs, especially if you shell out for tickets to the Rosé Garden. à Will Rogers State Historic Park, 1501 Will Rogers State Park Rd (veuveclicquot.tumblr .com). Oct 15 1–5:30pm; $75–$400.


ArtNight Pasadena Explore Pasadena’s underrated


bounty of museums and cultural spaces with pop-up performances across the city as well as free shuttle buses and admission to local institutions like the Norton Simon Museum and Pasadena Museum of California Art. à Various locations, Pasadena (artnight pasadena.org). Oct 21 6–10pm; free.


Odd Nights at the Autry The final night market of the


year at the Autry is packed with everything imaginable: beer gardens, live music, bounce castles, more than 200 artisan vendors—and then some (i.e., horse parking, yes, horse parking). à Autry Museum of the American West, 4700 Western Heritage Way (323-383-9799, theoddmarket.com). Oct 21 6–11pm; free.


Halloween &


Mourning Tours History buffs, learn about death and mourning etiquette during the Victorian era—down to the gritty, grisly details—or attend a family-friendly storytelling event the following day. à Heritage Square Museum, 3800 Homer St (323-225-2700, heritagesquare.org). Oct 22, 23 noon–4pm; $8–$20.


The Harry Dean


Stanton Award Pay tribute to the veteran actor at this Vidiots fund-raiser, with musical performances from Karen O, Father John Misty, John C. Reilly and more. à The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 S Broadway (213-235-9614, theatre.acehotel.com). Oct 23 at 8pm; $30–$125.


Strut Your Mutt Parade your pup around


Exposition Park during this Best Friends Animal Society walk and dog-friendly fest. Funds raised from the charity contribute to helping orphaned pets find their forever homes. à Exposition Park, 700 Exposition Park Dr (la.bestfriends.org/strut2016). Oct 23 at 8pm; registration $35.


Lucha VaVOOM Add some sexo y violencia to


your month at the “Halloween Madness” edition of this exuberant, high-flying wrestling- meets-burlesque show. à Mayan Theater, 1038 S Hill St (213-746- 4287, luchavavoom.com). Oct 26 at 7pm, Oct 27 at 8pm; $40–$75.


All-Nighter at NHM Put on a pair of footed pajamas for


this adults-only sleepover with DJ sets, scavenger hunts and a breakfast buffet. The evening also


includes a lecture on the steamy mating habits of bats entitled “Sex and the Species: You Are NOT the Father.” à Natural History Museum, 900 Exposition Blvd (213-763-3466; nhm.org). Oct 29 7pm–8am; $119–$135.


Bloodsuckers Bash Don your best dweller-of-the-


night attire as Ace Hotel presents its annual Halloween bash, with DJs, drinks and dark arts inside the hotel’s swanky Gothic theater. à The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 S Broadway (213-235-9614, theatre.acehotel.com). Oct 29 at 10pm; $20–$30.


The Nightmare Before


Christmas Concert See Danny Elfman step into the role of Jack Skellington for a live, orchestrated performance and screening of the stop-motion cult classic. He’s bringing along some familiar singing voices, including Catherine O’Hara (Sally), Ken Page (Oogie Boogie) and Paul Reubens (Lock). à Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N Highland Ave (323- 850-2040, hollywoodbowl.com). Oct 29 at 8:30pm, Oct 30 at 6:30pm; $35–$199.50.


Spider Pavilion Face your fears and observe


approximately eight local and exotic species of spiders in an open, landscaped area where


arachnids can wander freely. à Natural History Museum, 900 Exposition Blvd (213-763-3466; nhm.org). Opens late Oct; museum admission ($5-$22) plus $5 adults, $3 children.


NOVEMBER


Halloween Horror Nights Confront familiar foes from The


Walking Dead, American Horror Story, The Exorcist and more horror franchises as they invade seven mazes and scare zones and exact a terror-filled takeover of the tour tram at this specially ticketed tradition. à Universal Studios Hollywood, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City (800-864-8377, halloweenhorrornights.com). Thu–Sun 7pm–2am; $59–$89. Through Nov 5.


ICE at Santa Monica Bundle up and glide around an ice


rink just blocks from the beach as the Santa Monica rink celebrates its 10th season. à 5th St and Arizona Ave, Santa Monica (310-260-1199, downtownsm.com/ice). Nov 3–Jan 16 at various times; $15.


Breeders’ Cup The thoroughbred cup arrives


with two days of horse races, leading up to the $6 million purse


ATTN: GEEKS


EW PopFest Geek out with your favorite pop-culture stars at this TV, movie and podcast fest, including an advance screening of Doctor Strange, cast panels with shows like Bob’s Burgers and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and a Saturday- evening schedule with performances from Nick Jonas and Janelle Monáe. à The Reef, 1933 S Broadway (800- 586-8124, ewpopfest.com). Oct 29, 30; $87–$299.


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