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Altadena Library hosts Art on Millionaire’s Row
The Fifth Annual Art on Millionaire’s Row will take place Saturday at the Altadena Library, 600 E. Mariposa St., Altadena.
Presented by the Friends of the Altadena Library and the Altadena Library Foundation, the festival is set to run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Art on Millionaire’s Row will feature original artwork by local artists, crafts and plenty of food. Live jazz, folk, and pop music will be played throughout the day, and children will be able to enjoy face painting, crafts and playing with animals, courtesy of Eaton Canyon Nature Center.
Admission is free. Find out more by calling (626) 798-0833 or visiting altadenalibrary.org. ~ Stephanie Davis
Calling all cars
Pasadena Police Car Classic show set for Sunday
Are you a fan of vintage cars? Did you ever want to ride in a police helicopter? If the answer to either question is yes, head to the 13th Annual Pasadena Police Classic Car Show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
Located in the 300 block of East Green Street — in front of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium and across the street from Paseo Colorado, visitors are invited to enjoy a day of unique car viewing, accompanied by food, live music, raffles for prizes, and an auction to ride in a police helicopter.
All of the show’s proceeds will go to Haven House, the Pasadena Police Athletic League (PAL) Program and the Pasadena Police Explorer Post.
Find out more at ci.pasadena.ca.us or call (626) 744-7651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. ~ Stephanie Davis
The perfect gift
Some ideas on what to get dad on Father’s Day
Instead of guessing what he wants for Father’s Day, here are ideas for honoring your dad.
If he likes keeping his facial hair trimmed, products from The Old Town Shaving Co., 120 S. Raymond Ave, Pasadena, would make a great gift. According to oldtownshaving.com, the store provides a variety of shaving products, such as stainless steel razors, creams and others. For more information, call (626) 795-9308.
If your dad enjoys the outdoors, Patagonia, 47 N. Fair Oaks Ave., is the store for him. The store’s line of products includes outdoor clothing and gear for climbing, skiing, snowboarding, surfing, fly fishing and trail running. According to patagonia.com, climbing gear ranges from $29 to $549. Skiing and snowboarding gear ranges from $29 to $349. Surfing gear ranges from $25 to $699, fly-fishing gear ranges from $19 to $599, and trail running gear ranges from $16 to $129.
For workaholic dads, a massage is a perfect gift at any time. Services offered by Massage Envy Spa will fit his busy schedule. According to massageenvy.com, the introductory one-hour massage session costs $49.99, with an introductory one-hour facial costing $59.99. A two-hour session is $99.99. ~ Ingrid Rodriguez
From the heart
Jazz Del Corazon performance set for Sunday
Jazz Del Corazon — Music With a Purpose will produce a show at Jazz Upstairs at Vitello’s Sunday in honor of Sophia Scozzesi, a young woman who has suffered bleeding in her brainstem, causing her to lose all motor function.
Sophia is the daughter of Dolores Scozzesi, one of the most beloved singers in the Los Angeles jazz community. The “Brunch to Lunch” event will feature performances by a number of artists, including Cheryl Bentyne.
Jazz Del Corazon is a fundraising effort created by Jackie Gibson and Clifford Bell to provide support to members of local musician community who are experiencing extreme need. The suggested donation Sunday is $20, plus a two-drink minimum, which will be waived with the purchase of food. Doors open at 11 a.m. The show starts at noon.
Upstairs at Vitello’s Jazz and Supper Club is located at 4349 Tujunga Ave., Studio City. For reservations, call (818) 769-0905. For more on the show, visit vitellosjazz.com/event/jazz-del-corazon-uniting-sophia-scozzesis-supporters. For more on Sophia, visit supportforsophia.org. ~ Kevin Uhrich
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