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Spider Pavilion and Day of the Dead Celebration: How to Get a Weekend in Los Angeles (Oct 30 - Nov 1)

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What: Course "Brief History of Life"

When: Friday-Sunday, October 30 - November 1

Where: Online

More: There are many living organisms on Earth, but only one Life: one genetic code, a similar cellular structure, several dozen common genes. How did Life come about? Why is it arranged this way? What makes living things alive? Could there be another Life on other planets? This course introduces you to the main scientific concepts that describe life as a phenomenon on our planet.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Course "Structure and function of DNA"

When: Friday-Sunday, October 30 - November 1

Where: Online

More: The DNA molecule has a very special place in life science. It is in the DNA that complete information about the structure and properties of the organism is stored, and in all the smallest details. Therefore, knowledge of all the structural features of DNA is fundamentally important. On the this course you will learn about why DNA is linear in some organisms and closed in a ring in others; about mutations, DNA text damage, leading to numerous hereditary diseases; about the revolutionary DNA editing technology that is emerging before our eyes, which will allow in the near future to correct errors in the patient's DNA text.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Why Social Sciences is Needed

When: Friday-Sunday, October 30 - November 1

Where: Online

More: On the this course You will learn about flow cities, the quality of urban space, the cultural life of the periphery and the leisure of citizens, the difference between education and training, the influence of universities on politics and school in the era of computers, the current problems of modern society and much more.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Pavilion of spiders

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When: Friday-Sunday, October 30 - November 1

Where: The 900 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90007

More: The one-of-a-kind Spider Pavilion at the Natural History Museum offers a unique experience. Walk through a secure, fun open-air pavilion and learn about the amazing techniques that different species of these arthropods use to create webs.

Cost: $ 10-17

 

What: Exposition of plants "California Garden"

When: Friday-Sunday, October 30 - November 1

Where: The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, 1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino, CA 91108

More: The garden spans over 2,5 hectares and features a wide range of drought tolerant plants that thrive in Southern California, from native plants that you can see on hikes in the nearby mountains to extraordinary specimens from our planet's Mediterranean climates. (Australia, South Africa and Southern Europe).

Cost: $ 0-29

 

What: The course “Depression: Causes and Symptoms”

When: Friday-Sunday, October 30 - November 1

Where: Online

More: Depression is a mood disorder, that is, a complex of mental disorders associated primarily with the emotional sphere. It is characterized by various emotional disorders, in which people experience melancholy, anxiety, guilt, anhedonia, that is, a loss of the ability to experience pleasure, or apathy - a state when a person experiences neither negative nor positive emotions. On this course you will learn all about depression and how to recognize it.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Screening of the cartoon "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

When: Saturday, October 31, from 18:30

Where: The Road Open Air Market 2500 Westonon Redondo Beach Boulevard Torrance, CA 90504

More: This musical tells about the city of Halloween, whose residents are engaged in scaring people on the holiday of the same name. When the next Halloween has died down, the two-faced (literally) mayor of the city distributes prizes to everyone for the best tricks and antics, but only the main character, Jack Skellington, is not happy. He is the main one at this holiday, and children look up to him. Witches and a sea monster of indeterminate sex are in love with him, the whole city looks at Jack with adoration. But he was tired of these monotonous holidays. Thinking about this, Skellington, in the company of his ghostly dog ​​named Ziro, wanders into a strange magic clearing outside the city. Along the edges of this glade there are trees with doors carved into them, each of which leads to a different holiday world.

Cost: $ 30

 

What: Drawing lesson for Russian-speaking children

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When: Saturday, October 31, from 13:40

Where: House of Arts at Rancho Penasquitos, 15454 Nawa Ct, San Diego, CA 92129

More: On the day of the holiday, bring your children and come yourself to paint with acrylics on small canvases. There will be prizes for children in costumes. Step-by-step instructions, materials and treats are included in the ticket price.

Cost: From $ 20

 

What: Screening of films "Psycho" and "Halloween"

When: Saturday, October 31, from 19:15

Where: Glendale Sears Parking Lot 211 West California Avenue Glendale, CA 91203

More: Psycho... Marion Crane and her beloved Sam Loomis rented a hotel room for a date. They discuss their relationship, Marion asks Sam to marry her.

At the end of lunch, Marion runs to the real estate office, where he has been working as a secretary for George Lowery for about 10 years. A wealthy client Tom Cassidy comes to them and wants to buy a house for his daughter, he brings money ($ 40) with him in an envelope. George asks Marion to immediately take the money to the bank for reinsurance. After that, because of a headache, the girl asks the boss to go home, and he lets her go.

At home, Marion collects things, on the bed is an envelope with money that her boss entrusted her with. She did not conceive this crime, the abduction came out spontaneously. Marion wants to leave town and start a new life with her lover.

Halloween. 10-year-old Michael Myers lives in Hadonfield (Illinois), who has a dysfunctional family: his mother Debra works as a dancer in a strip club, and his older sister Judith is completely disbanded, his stepfather Ronnie White is a disabled alcoholic. The family also has a month-old younger sister of Michael Angela. On the eve of Halloween, Michael has a clash with school bullies at school, as a result of which the headmaster calls Debra and his friend, child psychiatrist Samuel Loomis. They show the shocked Debra the corpse of a cat that was found in his backpack, and photographs of the tortured animals.

Loomis informs Debra that due to the unhealthy situation in the family, her son is clearly mentally disturbed (at home he often wears a clown mask, because, in his words, she "hides his ugliness"), and she should be prepared for the fact that in the future, Michael may move from killing animals to more drastic actions. Meanwhile, Michael has tracked one of the hooligans outside the school and beats him to death with a huge bitch. On the same evening, when Debra leaves for work, Michael, putting on his mask, first cuts Ronnie's throat, then with a bat beats to death of Judith's boyfriend Steve and stabs Judith herself with a knife. After that, he comes to Angela's room and wishes her a happy Halloween.

Cost: From $ 23

 

What: Celebrating Day of the Dead at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

When: Sunday, November 1, from 12:00

Where: Hollywood Forever Cemetery 6000 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90038

More: The celebration includes a traditional procession with Aztec blessings, regional music and dance groups. There will also be more than 100 altars created by community members for their ancestors and loved ones, hundreds of ritual Aztec dancers in costumes.

Cost: $ 25

 

Dear readers! Please note that due to the epidemic of coronavirus infection, some activities may be canceled or rescheduled for other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the sites of the organizers.

But we have collected many interesting events for you online:

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  • here - 50 free courses on a variety of topics
  • by going to this link, visit the most famous castles in Europe
  • dozens of free resources for fun boring self-isolation we have collected here

In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar. Come in, find out, share with friends. Before the visit, specify the details and venue of the events on the sites of the organizers, as they may change.

Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to e-mail ad@forumdaily.com.

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