Looking for fun things to do for spring break, but you're on a limited student budget? Don't worry we're here to help you out. This is a selection of fun, interesting - and most importantly - free or affordable activities for each day this spring break:

Saturday, March 15th: Archery Class

If you’re willing to get up early Saturday Morning, get out to Pasadena and take a free archery class. Release your inner Katniss and learn how to use a bow and arrow. It’s a great way to meet new people as well! Every Saturday morning from 8:30-12:00 at the PRA-Range in Pasadena. For more information, click here.

Sunday, March 16th: Fairfax Flea market 

Take a stroll at the flea market at Fairfax High School on Sunday! Here, you can find everything from vintage furniture and clothes to delicious food trucks. Admission is only 2 bucks and parking is free! 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, come early to get the good deals!
Get more info and a little preview here 

Monday, March 15th: Innocents- Photos by musician and artist Moby

In this show, musician and architecture blogger Moby displays his fascination for underground extremes in the Hollywood hills. The boldly colored, large-scale photographs portray individuals and groups involved in cults and obsessions. All photographs were taken in Los Angeles and are now displayed at the Project Galerie Hollywood. For more details check the gallery's website.

Tuesday: Watch Jimmy Kimmel Live

Have you ever wondered how it must feel to be part of the audience of a TV-show? Go and watch Jimmy Kimmel live on Tuesday March 18th at 4:30 pm. If you cant make it, try Talking Dead on Sunday March 16th at 4:00 pm
Get your free tickets here

Wednesday, March 19th: Free Yoga Class

Always wondered what all this yoga craze is about, or you are a Yogi master and want to have some company? Do yoga for free at the Lunchtime Yoga retreat at 12:15pm at Grand Park’s performance lawn in downtown LA. Bring your own yoga mat! 
Check out their website

Thursday, March 20th: Hammer Museum

Go on a free tour at the Hammer museum on Thursday, March 20th, at 6:45pm with a UCLA student educator. There is free admission for everyone at the Hammer at any time. Check for hours and exhibition details at here.

Friday, March 21st: DvF Exhibition

Are you interested in fashion? Learn about Diane von Fuerstenberg’s journey of designing her famous wrap dresses at LACMA. Admission is free for all. Closed on Wednesdays.
Read more about this exhibition here.

Saturday, March 22nd: Holi Festival

Love colors? Grab some friends and head over to the Holi Festival by the Beach at Pacific Palisades. Dance to Bollywood tunes and celebrate colors according to the Indian tradition by throwing color powder in the air! 
Get your tickets here.

Sunday, March 23d: Little Tokyo 

To bring your spring break to a nice end, use Sunday to go to Little Tokyo. On Sundays, Little Tokyo is packed with people of many different cultures and special characters. Everything is in walking distance, so start at the Little Tokyo Galleria and work you way through the masses towards MOCA. When you get ready for a break, go to the Pie Hole and try one of their deliciously exotic pies. 
Check out the website for more information on the area.

- Phil, Sharon & Si Eun -


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