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If you are visiting or live in Los Angeles County, here are some suggestions for things to do in February 2018, courtesy of our colleagues at First American Title:

Asian Business Connection - Lunar New Year Celebration | Feb. 2 from 6pm to 9pm | Rolls Royce-O’Gara Coach Beverly Hills

Produced by the Asian Business Connection, Lunar New Year welcomes more than 300 guests, representing Beverly Hills businesses. These include high net worth professionals, celebrities, entrepreneurs, local and regional government officials, and other community influencers. For more information: 310-248-1000 / www.beverlyhillschamber.com

Great Annual Crab Feed | Feb. 3 from 5pm to 9pm | Cabrillo Beach Youth Center, San Pedro

With your ticket you get an all-you-can-eat Dungeness crab meal cooked in a savory cioppino sauce with unlimited pasta, salad, and fresh baked French bread! A silent and live auction with amazing items. For more information: www.rotarysanpedro.org

Monterey Park Lunar New Year Festival | Feb. 3-4 Sat from 10am to 9pm, Sun from 10am to 7pm | Downtown Monterey Park

Vendors offering unique gifts and specialty items, food booths with various types of delectable items, amusement rides, and lots of live entertainment. The traditional New Year lion and dragon dancers along with firecrackers will kick-off the festival Saturday morning. For more information: 626-307-1458 / www.montereypark.ca.gov

Santa Monica Airport Antique Market | Feb. 4 & 25 from 8am to 3pm | Ocean Park Boulevard

Noted as One of the Top Ten “Flea Markets’ in America, visit the Santa Monica Airport Antique Market, a fun outdoor (and dog-friendly!) market full of many great dealers with furniture, antiques, collectibles, art, vintage clothes, jewelry, rugs and much more. 1st and 4th Sunday of every month. For more information: 323-933-2511 / www.santamonicaairportantiquemarket.com

Wine, Dine, & Dance | Feb. 8 at 7pm | Mission Playhouse, San Gabriel

Bring your Valentine for a free Latin dance lesson and performance! Enjoy complimentary finger foods, wine tasting (limited availability), and after the lesson, practice what you’ve learned to the exciting sounds of a live DJ. For more information: 626-308-2826 x221 / www.missionplayhouse.org

Sweetheart Dance for Persons with Special Needs | Feb. 9 from 6pm to 9pm | La Verne Community Center: 3680 D Street

Participants enjoy a DJ, refreshments, fun decorations, and a chance to party with their peers. Sponsored by the Alhambrans and the City of La Verne. Ages 13 & up. For more information: 909-596-8726 / www.ci.la-verne.ca.us

Conscious Life Expo | Feb. 9-12  LAX Hilton, Los Angeles

Featuring authors, musicians, healers, influencers, life changers, inspirators, artists and visionaries to explore advancements in science, spirituality and healthy lifestyles. Featuring 200 lectures, panels, workshops, Programa Hispano, Permaculture Plaza, organic food courts, live music & 5 Exhibit Halls. A dazzling potpourri of visual, audio, spiritual and sensory delights for everyone! For more information: www.consciouslifeexpo.com

Port of LA Lunar New Year Festival | Feb. 10 from 2pm to 7pm | CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles

All ages are invited to enjoy a cultural festival, featuring live entertainment, crafts, and activities in celebration of 2018, the Year of the Dog! For more information: 310-732-3508 / www.portoflosangeles.org

Arcadia Chinese New Year Celebration | Feb. 10 from 2:30pm to 4pm | Arcadia Public Library: 20 W. Duarte Rd.

We will celebrate the Year of the Dog with fun stories, activities, and a festive craft. For more information: 626-574-5400 / www.arcadiaca.gov

Safe & Secure Community Collection Event | Feb. 10 from 10am to 3pm | Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station: 27050 Agoura Rd., Calabasas

This event is open to the public, and will allow residents to dispose of sensitive documents, electronic devices, and old prescription medication in a safe and secure manner. For more information: 818-878-5528 / www.LostHills.LASD.org

Mother Son Western Roundup Dance | Feb. 10 from 5pm to 8pm | Arts & Sports Complex: 13000 Clarkdale Ave., Norwalk

Calling all moms, aunts, and grandmas to dress as cowgirls, dress that special boy as a handsome cowboy and come dance the night away! The evening will consist of finger foods, dancing, playing games, and making a memorable craft. For more information: 562-929-5734 / www.ci.norwalk.ca.us

San Gabriel Lunar New Year Festival | Feb. 10 from 11am-8pm / Historic Mission District: 324 S. Mission Dr.

Celebrate the Year of the Dog! The festival will consist of Street Food Fair, Marketplace, Carnival Games, Chalk Art Contest, and Kids Zone! For more information: 626-308-2875 / www.sglunarnewyear.org

Empowering HeArts 2018 | Feb. 10 at 5pm | Savia Community Building: 23780 Newhall Ave., Newhall

The resilient honorees and the local SCV artists who will be depicting these amazing women’s stories have been chosen! Single Mothers Outreach (SMO) directly helps single parents find jobs, get educated, stabilize their children’s emotional state, manage finances, and help one another. For more information: 661-288-0117 / www.singlemothersoutreach.org

Not Exactly The Price is Right Game Show Night | Feb. 10 from 5pm to 7:30pm | La Fetra Center: 333 E. Foothill Blvd., Glendora

Guests will enjoy a Mexican-style dinner with fun games and entertainment even before the show begins! You’ll have a chance to come on down and play games similar to those on the classic game show. For more information: 626-914-8235 / www.cityofglendora.org

San Pedro Annual Business Expo & Mixer | Feb. 15 from 3:30pm to 6pm | Crowne Plaza Los Angeles Harbor Hotel

This year’s event will feature LA County’s Small Business Certification Team available to discuss and certify small businesses for eligibility to respond to County contracting opportunities. For more information: 310-832-7272 / www.sanpedrochamber.com

Artesia Presidents Day Ceremony | Feb. 15 from 4:30pm to 5:30pm | Artesia Park Veterans Memorial: 18750 Clarkdale Ave.

Join the City of Artesia in celebrating Presidents Day. For more information: 562-860-3361 / www.cityofartesia.us

Keith Boyer Benefit Concert | Feb. 17 from 7:30pm to 10pm | La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts

Raising funds for the Keith Boyer Memorial Scholarship at La Serna High. Featuring his former classic rock tribute band Mrs. Jones’ Revenge. For more information: 562-944-9801 / www.mrsjonesrevenge.com

Cirque Eloize: Saloon | Feb. 17 at 8pm | Lancaster Performing Arts Center: 750 W Lancaster Blvd.

The wild, wild West comes to life with Cirque Eloize’s newest creation. Saloon is fearless and innovative, combining visual spectacles of agility, strength, choreography, theatre, music and acrobatic ingenuity. For more information: 661-723-5950 / www.lpac.org

Long Beach Antique Market | Feb. 18 from 6:30am to 2pm | Veteran’s Memorial Stadium, 5000 East Lew Davis Street

Over 800 sellers of Antiques, Collectibles, Vintage items, Home decor at bargain prices! 3rd Sunday of every month. For more information: 323-655-5703 / www.longbeachantiquemarket.com

Meet Your Police and City Council | Feb. 21 from 7pm to 8pm | Raul Perez Park: 6208 S. Alameda Street, Huntington Park

Come to meet your Huntington Park Police Officers and the City Council. This meetings are designed to strengthen the partnership between the community, police department and City Council members. For more information: 323-826-6665 / www.hpca.gov

African American Art Festival | Feb. 24 from 11am to 4pm | STAR Eco Station, Culver City

This cultural celebration brings together students, performers, and local artists to honor African American history through exhibits, poetry, dance, singing and drumming! For more information: 310-842-8040 / www.starinc.org

King of Hoops 2018 | Feb. 24 from 9am to 12pm | South Gate Sports Center: 9520 Hildreth Avenue

Come show off your basketball skills! Competition will consist of 3 Point Shooting, Free Throws, Around the World, and a Skills Competition. For more information: 323-563-5445 / www.cityofsouthgate.org

Public Safety Expo & Youth Safety Day | Feb. 24 from 10am to 2pm | Artesia Park: 18750 Clarkdale Ave.

Enjoy freestyle BMX bike demonstrations. Get an up-close look at the search and rescue trucks and SWAT vehicles used by LA County Fire and LA County Sheriff’s Departments, as well as a jaws of life and K-9 search demonstrations. The event will also feature low cost pet vaccination clinic and pet adoption. For more information: 562-860-3361 / www.cityofartesia.us

Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Show | Feb. 24-25 from 10am to 5pm | Los Angeles Convention Center

You’ll meet with thousands of destination experts from around the world who can help you personalize the trip that’s right for you. For more information: 619-971-1834 / www.travelshows.com/shows/los-angeles

Bridal Show at Diamond Bar Center | Feb. 25 from 11am to 3pm | 1600 Grand Avenue, Diamond Bar

Our boutique-style show provides an intimate and casual atmosphere that allows you to connect one on one with top wedding professionals. All brides will receive a reusable tote to collect samples, information, prizes and more. Door prizes offered all day long. For more information: www.diamondbarca.gov/bridalshow

Gentlemen for a Cause | Feb. 25 from 1pm to 5pm | Valencia Country Club, Santa Clarita

Join us for an afternoon of fun and friendship where philanthropic Gentlemen of Santa Clarita Valley will auction amazing items— all in support of our mission to provide assistance to the women and girls of our community. For more information: 714-227-1738 / www.sivalencia.org

Lakewood Youth Hall of Fame Banquet | Feb. 26 from 6pm to 9:30pm | The Centre at Sycamore Plaza: 5000 Clark Avenue

Athlete of the Year, Performers of the Year and Special Achievement awards are presented to high school and collegiate athletes who live in Lakewood or attend school in Lakewood. Reservations are required. For more information: 562-866-9771 x2408 / www.lakewoodcity.org

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