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2019
Saturday, May 25
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Home Sweet Home
6:30 p.m.
The Palos Verdes Children’s Choir will sing selections from the great American songbook. Warner Grand Theatre, 478 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-784-0100, www.HillsAcademy.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, May 26
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Dead Accounts 2019
2 p.m.
A comedy about a quick-witted banker from New York who unexpectedly returns to Ohio after several years. It’s revealed that he stole $27 million. The play explores timely issues of corporate greed, small-town values, and whether your family will always back you with no questions asked. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org

Monday, May 27-Memorial Day

Tuesday, May 28

Wednesday, May 29
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, May 30
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

15th Annual Taste Around of Avalon
5 p.m.
Tastes of food, drink and dessert at a variety of restaurants in Avalon on Catalina Island. Purchase a voting card (available at the Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center on the Green Pier in advance for $2 or $3 on the day of the event, or at the Wrigley Stage from 5-9 p.m. on the day for the event for $3). Tastes typically cost from $1 to $5. Vote for your favorites and be entered in a drawing. Kick off for Avalon Restaurant Week, Friday, May 31-Thursday, June 6. 310-510-1520, www.VisitCatalinaIsland.com

Friday, May 31
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Dead Accounts 2019
8 p.m.
A comedy about a quick-witted banker from New York who unexpectedly returns to Ohio after several years. It’s revealed that he stole $27 million. The play explores timely issues of corporate greed, small-town values, and whether your family will always back you with no questions asked. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org

Saturday, June 1
Peninsula Seniors' Coffee & Cars
7:30 a.m.
For all car hobbyists and enthusiasts. Hot rods, custom, muscle and sports cars, antiques, classics, exotics. Peninsula Shopping Center, Hawthorne Blvd. and Silver Spur, Palos Verdes Peninsula

Community Friendship Bell Ringing
Noon
Everyone gets a chance to ring the Korean Bell of Friendship. Angels Gate Park, 3160 S. Gaffey Street, Peninsula. 310-548-7705

San Pedro City Ballet Spring 2019 Showcase
2 p.m.
Home of American Ballet Theatre principal dancer and superstar Misty Copeland presents its annual Spring showcase featuring students from the ballet school and students from the
DancEd Steps Up program showing off newly acquired skills, and members of SPCB'S professional-level company in new choreographic works. Warner Grand Theatre, 478 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-732-1861, www.SanPedroCityBallet.org
Roti: Indian Breads & Sides with Nandita Godbole
2 p.m.
A presentation about roti (“the other Indian bread”) and its traditional range of accompaniments. Pacific Food & Beverage Museum, 731 S. Pacific Avenue, Uptown. www.NatFab.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Dead Accounts 2019
8 p.m.
A comedy about a quick-witted banker from New York who unexpectedly returns to Ohio after several years. It’s revealed that he stole $27 million. The play explores timely issues of corporate greed, small-town values, and whether your family will always back you with no questions asked. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, June 2
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Rock of Ages
1 p.m.
The annual spring show of Elite Dance Studio. Warner Grand Theatre, 478 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-541-0099, www.EliteDancerHE.com

2019 Harbor Wide All Grade Student Art Competition Opening Reception
2-5 p.m.
A showing of more than 100 student works professionally framed and displayed. Refreshments. Presented by the San Pedro Art Association. CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles, 112 W. 22nd Street, Waterfront. 310-612-1949, www.SanPedroArt.org

Cabaret Night
7 p.m.
An evening of Broadway showtunes presented as a fundraiser with some of the theater’s favorite artists. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org. $40 (includes two beverage tickets)

Monday, June 3

Tuesday, June 4

Wednesday, June 5
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Meet the Grunion
8 p.m.
A Southern California tradition. Program in auditorium introduces grunion, followed by a guided tour of the beach to watch the grunion spawn. Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, Cabrillo Beach. www.CabrilloMarineAquarium.org. $5/$1 (open season; grunion may be taken)

Thursday, June 6
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

First Thursday Art Walk
6 p.m.
San Pedro’s arts night out. Galleries and studios are open, restaurants have specials and entertainment. Between 4th and 9th Streets and Palos Verdes Street and Pacific Avenue. Music at the corner of 6th/Mesa Streets. Free guided art walk tour beginning at the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce, 390 W. 7th Street. Begin your evening at the San Pedro Visitor Center, 225 W. 6th Street. www.1stThursday.com

The New Whalers
7 p.m.
Five-piece swinging New Orleans jazz band. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Friday, June 7
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Dead Accounts 2019
8 p.m.
A comedy about a quick-witted banker from New York who unexpectedly returns to Ohio after several years. It’s revealed that he stole $27 million. The play explores timely issues of corporate greed, small-town values, and whether your family will always back you with no questions asked. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org

Saturday, June 8
World Oceans Day
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Family-oriented activities including arts and crafts, scavenger hunts, animal stories, guided beach walk, close-up look at baby animals, and more. Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, Cabrillo Beach. 310-548-7562, www.CabrilloMarineAquarium.org

Kite Flying
2-6 p.m.
Free kites, crafts, and family fun. Angels Gate Park, 3601 S. Gaffey Street, Peninsula. 310-548-7707

Fifth Annual Wheels to Water
4 p.m.
Culmination of a run by the Porsche Club of America at the Los Angeles Yacht Club Shrimp Feed. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Waterfront. www.MotorSportReg.com

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Dead Accounts 2019
8 p.m.
A comedy about a quick-witted banker from New York who unexpectedly returns to Ohio after several years. It’s revealed that he stole $27 million. The play explores timely issues of corporate greed, small-town values, and whether your family will always back you with no questions asked. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, June 9
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Dead Accounts 2019
2 p.m.
A comedy about a quick-witted banker from New York who unexpectedly returns to Ohio after several years. It’s revealed that he stole $27 million. The play explores timely issues of corporate greed, small-town values, and whether your family will always back you with no questions asked. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org

John Adams Live Re-enactment by Peter Small
2 p.m.
History comes alive with a special performance by Peter Small playing our second president, John Adams. Part of the Second Sunday series. Miraleste Library, 29089 Palos Verdes Drive East, Rancho Palos Verdes, Peninsula. 310-377-9584 ext.452, www.PVLD.org

Monday, June 10

Tuesday, June 11

Wednesday, June 12
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, June 13
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

The Comedy of Errors
8 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Friday, June 14
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Comedy of Errors
8 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Saturday, June 15
Pride On The Port
11 a.m.
A festival to show inclusivity and acceptance of all. Beer garden, food trucks, entertainment. Battleship Iowa, 250 S. Harbor Blvd., Waterfront. 877-446-9261, www.BridgeCitiesLA.com

Fathers’ Appreciation Sail
5-7:30 p.m.
On board a tall ship out on the water. Los Angeles Maritime Institute. Call for reservations and departure details at 310-833-6055, www.LAMITopSail.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Central Park Five
7:30 p.m.
An opera about five African American and Latino teenagers wrongly convicted, but exonerated 13 years later through DNA. Sung in English with subtitles. Warner Grand Theatre, 478 W. 6th Street, Downtown. www.LongBeachOpera.org
Also, Saturday, June 22, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 23, 7:30 p.m.

The Comedy of Errors
8 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, June 16-Father’s Day
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, June 17

Tuesday, June 18

Wednesday, June 19
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Raffaello's Salutes Toberman
6 p.m.
An Evening in Tuscany VIP event benefitting Toberman Neighborhood Center. Five-course Italian dinner, wine, dancing, performances by Michael Sinatra, Michele Cutri, Kelly Cutri, and Alex Cutri. Michael’s Tuscany Room, 470 W. 7th Street, Downtown. 310-832-1145, ext. 153, www.Toberman.org

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Meet the Grunion
8 p.m.
A Southern California tradition. Program in auditorium introduces grunion, followed by a guided tour of the beach to watch the grunion spawn. Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, Cabrillo Beach. www.CabrilloMarineAquarium.org. $5/$1 (open season; grunion may be taken)

Thursday, June 20
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Simon Spaulding & James Hendricks
6:30 p.m.
The noted maritime historians and entertainers bring the sea of olden days to life. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Henry V
8 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Friday, June 21
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Henry V
8 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Saturday, June 22
27th Annual Seal Day
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
It's a Halloween in June theme. A variety of marine animal-related activities with games, booths from community organizations. Trunk for treat with sorld famous star cars--vehichles from stage and screen, costume contest. Food trucks. Marine Mammal Care Center, 3601 S. Gaffey Street, Peninsula. 310-548-5677, www.MarineMammalCare.org

California Confederates: The Curious Tale of the Schooner J.M. Chapman and the Knights of the Golden Circle
10 a.m.
Part of the Keeping History Alive series with the story of 1863 secessionists’ conspiracy to outfit a schooner as a privateer to steal Union gold and silver shipments. The Banning Museum Stagecoach Barn, 401 E. M Street, Wilmington. 310-548-2005, www.TheBanningMuseum.org

Gnarlytown: Bikes, Boards & Bands
1 p.m.
Extreme action sports, rock, and craft beer tasting. Family-friendly event. Port of Los Angeles Outer Harbor, Berth 46, 3011 Miner Street, Waterfront. www.955klos.com/gnarlytown. $39.99/$109.99/$199.99/$299.99 (plus fees)

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Henry V
8 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, June 23
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, June 24

Tuesday, June 25

Wednesday, June 26
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, June 27
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, June 28
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

11th Annual Cars & Stripes Forever!
5-10 p.m.
More than 100 vintage and classic cars, exotic car display, motorcycles, live bands, food trucks, beer garden. Fireworks finale at 9:15 p.m. Fanfare Fountains and Promenade, Harbor Blvd. south of the Vincent Thomas Bridge. www.LAWaterfront.org

A Night on Broadway
6 p.m.
Dancemark Studio’s spring recital featuring young dance talent from ages 2 to 18. Warner Grand Theatre, 478 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-428-6761. $17-$22

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Henry V
8 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Saturday, June 29
Baking the Fruit: Decadent Desserts with Jackie Bruchez
2 p.m.
The author discusses and demonstrates a range of baking techniques for many different types of events. Pacific Food & Beverage Museum, 731 S. Pacific Avenue, Uptown. www.NatFab.org

Fiesta Corazon del Puerto
5-10 p.m.
A day of live music, food, and fun. Free admission. Free movie in the park at 8. Wilmington Waterfront Park, 604 W. C Street., Wilmington. www.PortOfLosAngeles.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Comedy of Errors
8 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, June 30
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, July 1

Tuesday, July 2

Wednesday, July 3
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Thursday, July 4-Independence Day
43rd Annual 4th of July Community Observance at the Korean Bell
10:30 a.m.
Ceremony at one of San Pedro’s key landmarks to observe Independence Day. Percussion drummer procession, ringing of the bell. Korean Bell of Friendship, 3601 S. Gaffey Street, Peninsula

Annual 4th of July Parade & Fireworks Display
1-9 p.m.
Famous Golf Cart Parade along Crescent Avenue begins at 1 p.m.; Avalon Bay Dinghy Parade starts at 4 p.m.; buffet BBQ dinner in the Catalina Casino Ballroom from 6-10 p.m. with a performance by the University of Southern California Marching Band; fireworks over Avalon Bay begins at 9 p.m. 310-510-1520, www.VisitCatalinaIsland.com

Fireworks on the Water
7-10 p.m.
See the fireworks from a tall ship. Los Angeles Maritime Institute. Call for reservations and departure details at 310-833-6055, www.LAMITopSail.org

Friday, July 5
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Comedy of Errors
8 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, July 6
Peninsula Seniors' Coffee & Cars
7:30 a.m.
For all car hobbyists and enthusiasts. Hot rods, custom, muscle and sports cars, antiques, classics, exotics. Peninsula Shopping Center, Hawthorne Blvd. and Silver Spur, Palos Verdes Peninsula

PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Henry V
8 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, July 7
The Nerd
2 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

The Comedy of Errors
7 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Rancho Palos Verdes: Civic Center, 30940 Hawthorne Blvd, Rancho Palos Verdes, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Monday, July 8

Tuesday, July 9

Wednesday, July 10
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Henry V
7 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Valley Park, Valley & Gould, Hermosa Beach. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Thursday, July 11
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, July 12
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Comedy of Errors
7 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Rancho Palos Verdes: Civic Center, 30940 Hawthorne Blvd, Rancho Palos Verdes, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, July 13
Old Fort MacArthur Day
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
20th Century military history reenactments from groups from 1917 to 1975. Joan Milke Flores Park, 3601 S. Gaffey Street, Peninsula. 310-548-2631, www.FtMac.Org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, July 14
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

The Nerd
2 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, July 15

Tuesday, July 16

Wednesday, July 17
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, July 18
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, July 19-Sunday, July 21
Name: Mary Star of the Sea Fiesta
Times vary
Carnival rides, food, beverages, raffle, crowning of the Fiesta Queen. Mary Star of the Sea Parish, 870 W. 8th Street, San Pedro. 310-833-3541, ext. 20, www.MaryStar.org
Friday, July 19, 5 p.m.-Midnight; Saturday, July 20, Noon-Midnight; Sunday, July 21, Noon-10 p.m.

Friday, July 19
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, July 20
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Henry V
7 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Long Beach: Cesar Chavez Park, 401 Golden Ave, Long Beach. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, July 21
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

The Comedy of Errors
7 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Long Beach: Cesar Chavez Park, 401 Golden Ave, Long Beach. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Monday, July 22

Tuesday, July 23

Wednesday, July 24
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, July 25
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, July 26-Sunday, July 28
The Sound of Music
Times vary
The famous musical by Rodgers & Hammerstein. Warner Grand Theatre, 478 W. 6th Street, Downtown. www.EncoreSouthBay.org
Friday, July 26, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, July 27, 2 & 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, July 28, 2 p.m.

Friday, July 26
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Henry V
7 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Wilson Park, 2200 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, July 27
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Comedy of Errors
7 p.m.
A classic Shakespearean romp of mistaken identity—it’s mischief and mayhem galore!
Two young visitors arrive in the city unaware that their long-lost twins already live there. Over the course of a single day, everything that can go wrong does go wrong: a marriage at breaking point, a missing gold chain, an unpaid debt, and a dubious arrest. Shakespeare by the Sea, Wilson Park, 2200 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

The Nerd
8 p.m.
A side-splitting comedy play about a young architect whose life was saved by a stranger during the Vietnam War. But when his lifesaver comes to visit, everything that can go wrong does. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, July 28
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, July 29

Tuesday, July 30

Wednesday, July 31
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, August 1
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

First Thursday Art Walk
6 p.m.
San Pedro’s arts night out. Galleries and studios are open, restaurants have specials and entertainment. Between 4th and 9th Streets and Palos Verdes Street and Pacific Avenue. Music at the corner of 6th/Mesa Streets. Free guided art walk tour beginning at the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce, 390 W. 7th Street. Begin your evening at the San Pedro Visitor Center, 225 W. 6th Street. www.1stThursday.com

The New Whalers
7 p.m.
Five-piece swinging New Orleans jazz band. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Friday, August 2
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, August 3
Peninsula Seniors' Coffee & Cars
7:30 a.m.
For all car hobbyists and enthusiasts. Hot rods, custom, muscle and sports cars, antiques, classics, exotics. Peninsula Shopping Center, Hawthorne Blvd. and Silver Spur, Palos Verdes Peninsula

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, August 4
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, August 5

Tuesday, August 6

Wednesday, August 7
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, August 8
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, August 9
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, August 10
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, August 11
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, August 12

Tuesday, August 13

Wednesday, August 14
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, August 15
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, August 16
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Henry V
8 p.m.
Shakespeare’s most patriotic and inspiring play tells of a young King Henry V who seeks to unite his beloved England. After laying claim to French lands and being ridiculed, Henry marches off to war. Although sorely outnumbered, Henry rallies his troops and, at Agincourt, achieves a decisive victory. Shakespeare by the Sea, Point Fermin Park, 807. W. Paseo del Mar, Peninsula. www.ShakespeareByTheSea.org. Free

Saturday, August 17
Celebrate Non-Profits Sail
5-7:30 p.m.
On board a tall ship sailing the Los Angeles Harbor area. Los Angeles Maritime Institute. Call for reservations and departure details at 310-833-6055, www.LAMITopSail.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, August 18
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, August 19

Tuesday, August 20

Wednesday, August 21
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, August 22
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Friday, August 23
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, August 24
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, August 25
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, August 26

Tuesday, August 27

Wednesday, August 28
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, August 29-Monday, September 2
Los Angeles Fleet Week
Times vary
Navy ship tours and special events. www.LAFleetWeek.com

Thursday, August 29
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, August 30
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, August 31
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, September 1
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

The Lonesome West
2 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, September 2-Labor Day

Tuesday, September 3

Wednesday, September 4
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, September 5
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

First Thursday Art Walk
6 p.m.
San Pedro’s arts night out. Galleries and studios are open, restaurants have specials and entertainment. Between 4th and 9th Streets and Palos Verdes Street and Pacific Avenue. Music at the corner of 6th/Mesa Streets. Free guided art walk tour beginning at the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce, 390 W. 7th Street. Begin your evening at the San Pedro Visitor Center, 225 W. 6th Street. www.1stThursday.com

The New Whalers
7 p.m.
Five-piece swinging New Orleans jazz band. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Friday, September 6
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, September 7
Peninsula Seniors' Coffee & Cars
7:30 a.m.
For all car hobbyists and enthusiasts. Hot rods, custom, muscle and sports cars, antiques, classics, exotics. Peninsula Shopping Center, Hawthorne Blvd. and Silver Spur, Palos Verdes Peninsula

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, September 8
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, September 9

Tuesday, September 10

Wednesday, September 11
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, September 12
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, September 13
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, September 14
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

The Lonesome West
8 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, September 15
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

The Lonesome West
2 p.m.
The play journeys to the west of Ireland where a vision of small-town despair, restlessness, and boredom inspire homicidal behavior. Two brothers squabble over the inheritance left by their recently deceased father. Also, there’s a rumor about town that one of them may have murdered the father over a haircut-related insult. The local parish priest and a young girl from the community, also their bootleg whiskey supplier, make futile attempts to keep the brothers from quarreling. Advisory: Graphic language, slurs, onstage violence, and dark themes. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, September 16

Tuesday, September 17

Wednesday, September 18
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, September 19
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, September 20
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, September 21
Welcome Fall Sail
5-7:30 p.m.
On board a tall ship sailing the Los Angeles Harbor area. Los Angeles Maritime Institute. Call for reservations and departure details at 310-833-6055, www.LAMITopSail.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, September 22
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, September 23

Tuesday, September 24

Wednesday, September 25
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, September 26
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, September 17
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, September 28
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, September 29
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, September 30- Rosh Hashana

Tuesday, October 1

Wednesday, October 2
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, October 3
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

First Thursday Art Walk
6 p.m.
San Pedro’s arts night out. Galleries and studios are open, restaurants have specials and entertainment. Between 4th and 9th Streets and Palos Verdes Street and Pacific Avenue. Music at the corner of 6th/Mesa Streets. Free guided art walk tour beginning at the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce, 390 W. 7th Street. Begin your evening at the San Pedro Visitor Center, 225 W. 6th Street. www.1stThursday.com

The New Whalers
7 p.m.
Five-piece swinging New Orleans jazz band. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Operation Ajax
8 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Friday, October 4
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Operation Ajax
8 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, October 5
Peninsula Seniors' Coffee & Cars
7:30 a.m.
For all car hobbyists and enthusiasts. Hot rods, custom, muscle and sports cars, antiques, classics, exotics. Peninsula Shopping Center, Hawthorne Blvd. and Silver Spur, Palos Verdes Peninsula

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Operation Ajax
8 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, October 6
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, October 7

Tuesday, October 8

Wednesday, October 9- Yom Kippur
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, October 10
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, October 11
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Operation Ajax
8 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, October 12
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, October 13
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Operation Ajax
2 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, October 14- Indigenous People's Day

Tuesday, October 15

Wednesday, October 16
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, October 17
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, October 18
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Operation Ajax
8 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, October 19
Country Freedom Festival
2 p.m.
A country music festival with performances planned by Cody Johnson and others. Berth 46, Outer Harbor, Waterfront. www.CountryFreedomFestival.com

Harvest Sunset Sail
5-7:30 p.m.
On board a tall ship sailing the Los Angeles Harbor area. Los Angeles Maritime Institute. Call for reservations and departure details at 310-833-6055, www.LAMITopSail.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Operation Ajax
8 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, October 20
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, October 21

Tuesday, October 22

Wednesday, October 23
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, October 24
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, October 25
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Operation Ajax
8 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, October 26
Port of Los Angeles Happy Harbor Halloween
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Celebrate Halloween on the LA Waterfront with the Port of Los Angeles with a free, family-friendly event that features a costume parade, music, reptiles, arts and crafts, face painting, games, and fun for kids of all ages. Tours of a Los Angeles Maritime Institute tall ship at the San Pedro location. Two Locations: Downtown Harbor, foot of 6th Street at Harbor Blvd. and 604 W. C Street., Wilmington. www.PortOfLosAngeles.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Operation Ajax
8 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, October 27
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Operation Ajax
2 p.m.
The play has been called, “A mind-blowing true tale of spies, subterfuge, and sabotage.” It depicts Operation Ajax, 1953 covert CIA operation to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran. The consequences of this coup are still with us today. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, October 28

Tuesday, October 29

Wednesday, October 30
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Chills & Thrills
8 p.m.
Little Fish Theatre company members perform a hand-picked selection of off-beat short plays that are creepy, weird, and freak tales of Halloween. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Thursday, October 31-Halloween
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Chills & Thrills
8 p.m.
Little Fish Theatre company members perform a hand-picked selection of off-beat short plays that are creepy, weird, and freak tales of Halloween. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Friday, November 1
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Chills & Thrills
8 p.m.
Little Fish Theatre company members perform a hand-picked selection of off-beat short plays that are creepy, weird, and freak tales of Halloween. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, November 2
Peninsula Seniors' Coffee & Cars
7:30 a.m.
For all car hobbyists and enthusiasts. Hot rods, custom, muscle and sports cars, antiques, classics, exotics. Peninsula Shopping Center, Hawthorne Blvd. and Silver Spur, Palos Verdes Peninsula

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Chills & Thrills
8 p.m.
Little Fish Theatre company members perform a hand-picked selection of off-beat short plays that are creepy, weird, and freak tales of Halloween. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, November 3
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Chills & Thrills
2 p.m.
Little Fish Theatre company members perform a hand-picked selection of off-beat short plays that are creepy, weird, and freak tales of Halloween. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, November 4

Tuesday, November 5

Wednesday, November 6
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, November 7
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

First Thursday Art Walk
6 p.m.
San Pedro’s arts night out. Galleries and studios are open, restaurants have specials and entertainment. Between 4th and 9th Streets and Palos Verdes Street and Pacific Avenue. Music at the corner of 6th/Mesa Streets. Free guided art walk tour beginning at the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce, 390 W. 7th Street. Begin your evening at the San Pedro Visitor Center, 225 W. 6th Street. www.1stThursday.com

The New Whalers
7 p.m.
Five-piece swinging New Orleans jazz band. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Friday, November 8
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, November 9
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, November 10
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, November 11

Tuesday, November 12

Wednesday, November 13
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, November 14
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, November 15
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, November 16
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, November 17
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, November 18

Tuesday, November 19

Wednesday, November 20
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Thursday, November 21
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Friday, November 22
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, November 23
Give Thanks Family Sail
3-5 p.m.
On board a tall ship sailing the Los Angeles Harbor area. Los Angeles Maritime Institute. Call for reservations and departure details at 310-833-6055, www.LAMITopSail.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, November 24
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Embridge
2 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, November 25

Tuesday, November 26

Wednesday, November 27
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, November 28-Thanksgiving Day

Friday, November 29
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, November 30
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, December 1
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Little Fish Theatre 2020 Season Launch Party
2-4 p.m.
Announcement of the next season of San Pedro’s favorite theater company and a sneak peek at one of the plays to be performed. Hors d'oeuvres. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $30/$25

Monday, December 2

Tuesday, December 3

Wednesday, December 4
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, December 5
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

First Thursday Art Walk
6 p.m.
San Pedro’s arts night out. Galleries and studios are open, restaurants have specials and entertainment. Between 4th and 9th Streets and Palos Verdes Street and Pacific Avenue. Music at the corner of 6th/Mesa Streets. Free guided art walk tour beginning at the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce, 390 W. 7th Street. Begin your evening at the San Pedro Visitor Center, 225 W. 6th Street. www.1stThursday.com

The New Whalers
7 p.m.
Five-piece swinging New Orleans jazz band. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Friday, December 6
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, December 7
Peninsula Seniors' Coffee & Cars
7:30 a.m.
For all car hobbyists and enthusiasts. Hot rods, custom, muscle and sports cars, antiques, classics, exotics. Peninsula Shopping Center, Hawthorne Blvd. and Silver Spur, Palos Verdes Peninsula

Port of Los Angeles Wilmington Winter Wonderland
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Each year, it snows in Wilmington for one day. Play in the snow—even if it's warm and sunny outside. Enjoy free snow, face painting, games, and holiday crafts. Wilmington Waterfront Park, 1004 W. C Street, Wilmington. www.PortOfLosAngeles.org

57th Annual L.A. Harbor Holiday Afloat Parade
6-8 p.m.
The 56th Annual boat parade. Along the Waterfront from Banning’s Landing Community Center, 100 E. Water Street, Wilmington, to the breakwater in San Pedro. Pre-parade festivities at Banning's Landing Community Center, at 4 p.m. www.PortOfLosAngeles.org

57th Annual Holiday Harbor Boat Parade Sail
5-8 p.m.
Sail on board a tall ship in the parade. Be a part of the action. Los Angeles Maritime Institute. Call for reservations and departure details at 310-833-6055, www.LAMITopSail.org

Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, December 8
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Embridge
2 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, December 9

Tuesday, December 10

Wednesday, December 11
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, December 12
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, December 13
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Saturday, December 14
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Embridge
8 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, December 15
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Embridge
2 p.m.
In Victorian-era England, love cynic Mabel Martin moves to a country estate with her eccentric family and meddling servants. But her doubts about love become tested when a charming man offers to help save her sister from a disastrous arranged marriage. Little Fish Theatre, 777 S. Centre Street, Downtown. 310-512-6030, www.LittleFishTheatre.org $28/$26

Monday, December 16

Tuesday, December 17

Wednesday, December 18
Wednesday Luncheon at the Los Angeles Yacht Club
Noon
A luncheon featuring a nautically-related speaker. Open to the public. Los Angeles Yacht Club, 285 Whalers Walk, Cabrillo Marina. 310-831-1203, www.LAYC.org $20

Open Mic Night
6:30 p.m.
Musicians and other types of entertainment. Red Men Wigwam Lodge, 543 Shepard Street, Peninsula. www.SPWigWam.org

Thursday, December 19
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, December 20
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, December 21
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, December 22
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, December 23

Tuesday, December 24-Christmas Eve

Wednesday, December 25-Christmas Day

Thursday, December 26
Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, 1300 W. 7th Street, Above Gaffey

Heart of the Harbor Local Harvest Local Farmers Market
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
L Street between Avalon Blvd. and Marine Avenue, Wilmington

Friday, December 27
Downtown Farmers Market
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Farmers market held on 6th Street between Pacific Avenue and Mesa Street Fruits, vegetables, flowers, crafts, jewelry, art, food stalls

The Paul Gormley Trio
7 p.m.
World class musicians performing traditional jazz with songs made popular from Sinatra to Antonio Carlos Jobim. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Saturday, December 28
Markus Carlton jazz guitar
6:30 p.m.
New material, jazz and blues standards. The Whale & Ale British Restaurant and Pub, 327 W. 7th Street Downtown. 310-832-0363, www.WhaleAndAle.com

Late Night Music
10 p.m.-1 a.m.
San Pedro Brewing Company, 331 W. 6th Street, Downtown. 310-514-3416, www.SanPedroBrewing.com

Sunday, December 29
PV Farmers Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
California farmers and food selections with sales supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula school district. Peninsula High School, 27118 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, Peninsula

Monday, December 30

Tuesday, December 31-New Year’s Eve

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