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A Noise Within, 600 E. Mariposa St., Altadena, non-profit feminist art collective the Haggus Society, for artists over the age of 40, present the exhibition “Edges and Curves,” featuring works by a large group of artists, which opened May 4 and continues through May 30. Call (626) 798-0833 or visit 

Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 N. Altadena Drive, Pasadena, hosts Nature Tails Story Hour for children age 3 to 5 featuring stories, puppet shows and nature walks from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturdays. Admission is free. Call (626) 398-5420 or visit 

Fremont Gallery, 812 Fremont Ave., South Pasadena, presents “Campos and Canals: The Maze,” a collaborative exhibition of paintings by Eloy Torrez and Juliane Backmann, which opened May 3 and continues through May 31. Call (626) 403-9901 or visit 

The Intuitive Movement Jam at Farnsworth Park, 568 Mount Curve Ave., Altadena, invites guests to participate in an eclectic dance event, with music from around the world, where guests can dance free-form, without judgment, alcohol or small talk, with no experience necessary or steps to learn, from 7 to 9 p.m. Mondays. The first session is free. Admission is $10 per session thereafter. Visit for information.

Lineage Performing Arts Center, 89 S. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena, now offers “Inspired Movement,” a specialized dance class to support stroke survivors and their care partners in improving strength, mobility and coordination. Through steady, rhythmic beats, musical timing and improvisational movement, classes work to reverse the effects of neurological deficits following strokes in a fun, supportive environment. Participants creatively express themselves and rediscover creative, mind-body connection through movement and music. The class runs from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturdays. Participation is free. Call (626) 844-7008 or visit for information. 

Offramp Gallery, 1702 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena, presents “Myron Kaufman: That’s Life,” featuring paintings from Kaufman’s personal experiences, and “Skip Snow’s Pity Party,” drawings representing a moment in the artist’s life when he explored the idea of self-hatred. Both opened May 4 and continue through June 1. Call (626) 298-6931 or visit

The Old Pasadena Farmer’s Market, Holly Street between Fair Oaks and Raymond avenues, Pasadena, offers farm-fresh food from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays. Call (626) 356-9725 or visit 

The Pasadena Museum of California Art, 490 E. Union St., Pasadena, presents the exhibition “June Wayne: Paintings, Prints and Tapestries,” which opened May 3 and continues through Aug. 31. Call (626) 568-3665 or visit 

Rose Bowl Stadium tours, 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena, offer behind-the-scenes visits to the facility not open to the public before. Tours are at 10 a.m., noon, 2 and 4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays, and group tours are seven days a week. Cost is $17.50 for adults, $14.50 for children. Call (626) 275-2714 or visit 

The Theatre@Boston Court, 70 N. Mentor Ave., Pasadena, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater present “Everything You Touch” by Sheila Callaghan. It tells the story of the vicious 1970s fashion designer Victor. He pushes aside his glamorous protégé and muse, Esme, in favor of an ordinary, Midwestern woman who inspires him to make his work accessible to the masses. The story skips back and forth in time in a viciously funny look at the struggle to find an identity that’s more than skin deep. It opened April 12 and continues at 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays through May 11. Tickets are $34 general, $29 for seniors. Call (626) 683-6883 or visit 

Tirage Art Gallery, 1 W. California Blvd., Pasadena, presents a new exhibition of paintings by Armand Cabrera, Brent Jensen and Gayle Garner Roski reflects their distinct interpretations of representational art, which opened May 3 and continues through June 28. Call (626) 405-1020 or visit 

USC Pacific Asia Museum, 46 N. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena, presents the exhibition “I Am Writing You Tomorrow,” an exhibition by Israeli multimedia artist Penny Hes Yassour, exploring Chinese ink painting and calligraphy, on view March 28 through Aug. 24. The exhibition “A New Way Forward: Japanese Hanga of the 20th Century” featuring the printmaking styles of shin hanga and sosaku hanga by a group of artists, went on view April 25 and continues through April 19, 2015. Call (626) 449-2742 or visit 


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