The Fairplex will be hosting a computer fair tomorrow and Sunday, offering customers the opportunity to purchase hundreds of computer related items at wholesale prices. General Admission is $8 and free for children ages 10 and younger.
The three-day Compete National Karate Championships returns today through Sunday with the Martial Arts Championship Naska World Tour. More than $40,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to various competitors. General admission is $15, $10 for children 10 and younger and free for those ages 4 and below.
Southern Section 4-H Horse Classic makes its way to the Fairplex today through Monday, showcasing the finest in horse competition. Admission is free.
For more information, call (909) 623-3111 or visit the official website of the LA County Fairplex at http://www.fairplex.com.
A documentary photographic project by ULV alumnus Veero Derkarabetian entitled “Kids of Armenia” will be the subject of an exhibition and reception at the Jlee Photography Centre tomorrow night, from 6-8 p.m. The gallery is located at 224 South Main Street in Pomona.
“50 First Dates,” starring Drew Barrymore as a woman suffering from short-term memory loss and Adam Sandler as the man vying for her affection and acknowledgement, hits movie theaters today.
“Highwaymen,” a suspenseful thriller directed by Robert Harmon, tells the story of a deranged serial killer who targets the open highway. It opens in limited release today.
“The Code,” directed by Manuel Boursinhac and starring Samuel Le Bihan tells the tale of a man just released from prison who finds himself trapped in the world of organized crime. “The Code” opens in limited release today.
— Valerie Rojas