Happenings

‘In the Air

The Carlson Gallery is currently featuring “In the Air,” a series of environmental photographs by Christine Carr. The exhibit runs through Oct. 21. 

Admission is free.

Brent Pella

Comedian Brent Pella will perform in the Campus Center Ballroom at 10 p.m. Thursday. His sketches and music videos have been featured on Funny or Die, College Humor, BroBible, The Chive and Worldstar Hip-Hop.

The event will include free food and a giveaway, as well as free admission.

Trio Ellas

The Latin Grammy nominated group Trio Ellas, a modern and unique female mariachi trio, will kick off this year’s Sundays at the Morgan concert series at 6 p.m. Sept. 30 in Morgan Auditorium. 

There will be a suggested donation.

‘Secrets for the Moon’

The current Harris Gallery exhibit “Secrets for the Moon,” featuring the works of Ichiro Irie and Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, runs through Oct. 25.

Admission is free.

La Verne on Tap

The Old Town La Verne Business Association is launching the first La Verne On Tap Beer Walk in downtown La Verne from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 29. There will be more than 20 beer and food stops. 

Tickets range from $20-$40 and are available on eventbrite.com. 

Taste of La Verne

The best food from La Verne restaurants and wines from local wineries will be available for tasting at 5 p.m. Oct. 5. The annual Taste of La Verne will be held at Sky Aviation Hangar at Brackett Field Airport, 1615 McKinley Ave.

Admission is $40 if purchased before Oct. 1 and $50 after. 

—Emily J. Sullivan

Emily J. Sullivan

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