Saturday, May 30, 2015

The Art of Dining 2015 with Louis Vuitton

The Orange County Museum of Art will hold its annual arts fundraising event in celebration of creativity and to those who have contributed to the creative industry. This year's event, presented by Louis Vuitton, will honor Tony DeLap and Henry T. Segerstrom. Bridge of Gardens, South Coast Plaza, 301 S. Coast Dr., Costa Mesa;

The Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles Annual Gala

MOCA will be hosting its annual gala event, which is chaired by Maurice Marciano and Lilly Tartikoff Karatz. This year, the gala will be honoring John Baldessari. Geffen Conservatory, MOCA, 250 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, 213-626-6222;

Saturday Style Pop-up at Fashion Island

See and shop some of the season's hottest trends in swimwear and resort-ready looks at Fashion Island's style pop-up event. Featured designers include Rebecca Taylor, Seafolly, and Trina Turk. From 2-4 pm. Fashion Island, Newport Beach;

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Pedal on the Pier

This fifth annual event from The Harold Robinson Foundation raises money for recreational programs for needy children. The Santa Monica Pier will provide a breathtaking view of the Pacific as participants pedal their stationary bikes and dance to tunes from DJs and other musical guests. Santa Monica Pier; pedalonthepier.haroldrobinson

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Chrysalis Butterfly Ball

The 14th annual Butterfly Ball will bring together over 650 guests to benefit Chrysalis’ effort to help individuals out of poverty and homelessness. This year’s honorees include DreamWorks Studios CEO Michael Wright, film producer Will Packer, and Betsy Beers, partner of Shondaland. Expect live entertainment—past performers have included Gavin Rossdale and Karmin. Private Mandeville Canyon Estate;

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Imagine Tea

The Langham Huntington has partnered with the Junior Program of the Academy of Magical Arts for an afternoon benefiting child and family services agency Five Acres. The Imagine Tea will feature entertainment by junior performers from the famed Magic Castle, along with kid-approved sandwiches, teas, and whimsical desserts. The Langham Huntington, 1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave., Pasadena;

Taste of the Nation Los Angeles

Help Share Our Strength end childhood hunger in the US by supporting the No Kid Hungry campaign. Its signature tasting event showcases LA’s best restaurants, bars, and craft breweries. Proceeds will benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and the California Association of Food Banks, as well as organizations that work to reform food policy. Media Park, 9070 Venice Blvd., Culver City;

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Los Angeles Film Festival

Returning to L.A. Live June 10-18 is the always anticipated Los Angeles Film Festival, featuring a line-up of American and international cinema committed to diversity, innovation, and unique perspectives. The festival, sponsored by Los Angeles Confidential magazine, will grant guests access to one-of-a-kind events and Master Classes, as well as sneak peeks at emerging online and TV content. Purchase passes online here.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

21st Annual Palm Springs International ShortFest, Short Film Festival & Film Market

The Palm Springs film festival is back for another year to showcase some of the most highly acclaimed films from around the world. The festival is expected to show over 300 films. Other events will include receptions, seminars, and master classes. Runs from June 16-22. Camelot Theatre, 2300 E. Baristo Rd., Palm Springs;

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