5 Things to Do Over Spring Break

            It may be finals week but sometimes, you need a little bit of motivation to do good and pull through the most stressful week. There are a bunch of things to do from now to the end of March so here are 5 things to look forward once you finish finals (or you know, during, as a stress reliever)


1.Skyline 2016



If you like art, architecture, and finding things Skyline 2016 is perfect for you. Skyline is an art instillation scavenger hunt located in the heart of Downtown LA that thankfully is all within walking distance. Out of ten instillations, there will only be four open each night so if you have the chance, try to hit as many as you can!More Info: http://lerata.org/skyline-2016

2. Artists & Fleas



            Mark your calendars and get ready for the coolest flea market happening in LA. For two days, there will be over 90 local artists, designers, vintage collectors, and food trucks taking over the Arts District.

More Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/100101163716691/


Price: Free

When: March 19th –  20th from 11AM – 5PM both days

Where: 647 Mateo St, Los Angeles, California 90021


3. Music for Train Stations



            Inspired by Brian Eno’s 1978 instillation “Music for Airports”, Music for Train Stations is a three-night event where people are invited to come to Union Station and relax to a DJ set and live performance from six different artists.

More Info: https://www.metro.net/about/union-station/events/


Price: Free

When: March 11th, 18th, 25th at 4PM all days

Where: 800 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012


4. Cat Art Show

            If you like cats and art, I have good news for you. The Cat Art show is making its way back to Los Angeles. There will be over 70 globally-recognized artists showcasing their works that will be available for purchase. What’s even better is that a portion of the proceeds will go to Kitten Rescue.

More Info: http://catartshow.com/

Price: Free

When: March 24th – 27th

Where: Think Tank Gallery 939 Maple Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015


5. Antelope Valley California Poppy Reservation

Have time for a little drive? Why not take a relaxing hike at the Antelope Valley Poppy Reservation! Like the name, this 15-acre reservation is home to wildflowers and our state flower, the poppy. The best time to go visit this place is from late March to April so it’s perfect for spring break.

More Info and updates on the current status of the flowers: http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=627


Price: $10 parking for inside the reservation

When: Sunrise to sunset daily year-round

Where: 15101 Lancaster Rd, Lancaster, CA 93536