Happenings

‘Encounters’

The University of La Verne art department is hosting “Encounters,” seven temporary installations by different members of the studio art faculty, throughout the fall 2019 semester. 

Each installation will be on display for 11 days through Dec. 13 on the second floor of the Arts and Communications Building, near room 212.

Admission is free.

Pumpkin Nights

The Fairplex in Pomona is hosting its Pumpkin Nights Festival through Nov. 3. 

The half-mile path features extravagant displays of over 3,000 pumpkins, both hand carved and synthetic, featuring themes of an enchanted forest, a pirate cove and a pumpkin reef. 

The celebration also includes a fire show, face painting, food and outdoor movie screenings. 

The event is open nightly from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Tickets are available at pumpkinnights.com.

Chalk Art Festival

The Cultural Arts Commission of Pomona will host its 12th annual chalk art festival at the Shaun Diamond Plaza in downtown Pomona on Nov. 10.

All ages and skill levels are welcome. 

The registration deadline is Nov. 5.

For more information, visit downtownpomona.org/chalk-art-festival.

‘Imagine’

The Claremont Museum of Art exhibit “James Strombotne: Imagine” features art from one of the last remaining still active Claremont artists from the 1950s and 1960s. 

The museum is open noon to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday through Dec. 1.

For more information visit claremontmuseum.org.

—Savannah Dingman 

Savannah Dingman

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