Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Nov. 24-Dec. 1

Toyota's concept cars on display during media day at 2022 LA Auto Show, Thursday, Nov 17, 2022. The LA auto Show opens to the public Friday Nov 18 to the 27th. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

 

Toyota’s concept cars on display during media day at the 2022 LA Auto Show, Thursday, Nov 17, 2022. The LA Auto Show is open to the public through Nov. 27 at the LA Convention Center. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer)

 

Here is a sampling of things to do in the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles area, Nov. 24 to Dec. 1.

 

EVENTS

 

Holiday Road: A self-guided walk-through to see holiday-theme installations plus a holiday bar (ages 21 and older), a souvenir shop and food trucks, opens 5-10 p.m. Nov. 25. Dates: Nov. 26-27; Dec. 1-4, 7-24 and 26-30. Tickets, sold by time and online only, $29.99/$34.99 (depending on date and time). No tickets sold at the door. Purchase parking pass $5.99 at the same time as admission. Details and rules here: holidayroadusa.com/faq/. King Gillette Ranch, 26800 Mulholland Highway, Calabasas. holidayroadusa.com

Grinchmas and Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Universal Studios Hollywood: Holiday fun with “Grinchmas” (bit.ly/3V2XHfW) and on the streets of Hogsmeade (bit.ly/3i2N8Ld), Nov. 25-Jan. 1. Directions and parking fees: bit.ly/3S1oUy0. General admission online: $104, California resident; $109 non-California resident; check the link for other admission options and passes (purchase here: bit.ly/3i4yUcS). 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City. www.universalstudioshollywood.com

Powwow at California State University, Northridge: The American Indian Studies Program and CSUN’s American Indian Students Association present the event, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Nov. 26. The powwow begins with a gourd ceremony and a ceremonial dance, followed by a “grand entry,” at 12:30 p.m.,with a procession of dancers, blessings, greetings and songs. The event includes children’s activities, specialty food for purchase, arts and crafts vendors and educational information from the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians in the San Fernando Valley area. Free admission. Parking is in Lot B3 (off of Reseda Boulevard at Prairie …read more

Source:: Los Angeles Daily News

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