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Three fabulous fall things to do this weekend

From artistic galleries to nostalgic Halloween activities, there is no shortage of sweater-worthy activities this weekend.

Boney Island at the Natural History Museum

Kids of the valley might remember this classic halloween attraction that used to reside in the heart of Sherman Oaks. The shows, special effects and giant tree house made this event extremely popular every Halloween, until the event ended in 2019. Boney Island has moved its event to a new home at the Nature Gardens of the Natural History Museum. Attendees can expect an array of glowing installations, spooky skeletons and shadow puppetry interlaced with artistic performances, real fossils from the museum’s collection, live animal presentations and trick-or-treating opportunities. The attraction runs Thursday to Sunday through the end of the month, plus Oct. 30 and 31. Tickets are $25 a person. 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles Sept. 28 – Oct. 31

Brewery Artwalk

This Saturday and Sunday, the biannual Brewery Artwalk is back with a free two-day showcase of over 100 participating resident artists, offering the chance to chat with makers, peruse new works and shop directly from artists themselves. This event is located just outside of Downtown and runs from eleven a.m. to six p.m. both days. 200 North Main St., Los Angeles Oct. 21 – Oct. 22

Griffith Observatory Public Star Party

Free public star parties are held monthly at Griffith Observatory from 2:00 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. in partnership with the Los Angeles Astronomical Society. This event is located on the lawn of the Griffith Observatory and is free to attend as well as the museum itself. This is a chance to look at the sun, moon, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. Attendants can also try out professional telescopes and talk to amateur astronomers about the sky and wonders within. 2800 Observatory Rd., Los Angeles Oct. 21

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Madison Thacker, Arts/Entertainment Editor
Madison Thacker is junior who's embarking on her first year in journalism. Her journey through the performing arts started at just 5 years old, and today, she's ever-present in the performing arts magnet at VNHS. Beyond the spotlight, Madison has dedicated over eight years to the Girl Scouts, earning both bronze and silver awards for her commitment. As high school nears its end, Madison's plans point to a UC education, where she plans to major in education and minor in child development, shaping young minds for a brighter future.
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