Why sit home because you don’t want to spend any money? Here are five things you can do this week that cost nothing at all!
Enjoy a concert at the Newport Beach Public Library’s Fall series of Sunday Musicales with a free 3 p.m. performance featuring sisters Esther Lee, a pianist, and violinist Joanna Lee, playing classical music in the Central Library Friends Room, 1000 Avocado Avenue, Newport Beach. Learn more: 949-717-3800, ext 2 or newportbeachlibrary.org.
Experience the First Thursday Art Walk in Laguna Beach from 6-9 p.m. Stroll numerous galleries and ride the free shuttle bus to visit art-related businesses in Laguna on the first Thursday of every month. The Laguna Art Museum is open free during the Art Walk, too. Also, you can download the free izi.TRAVEL smartphone app and search “First Thursdays Art Walk” for an interactive gallery tour. Learn more: firstthursdaysartwalk.com
Every first Friday of the month, 6 p.m.-10 p.m., stroll the galleries and venues of downtown Fullerton. Start your walk at one of more than a dozen galleries and other businesses, where you can get a map of the venues. Fullertonartwalk.com
Take a free 10:30 a.m. guided tour of the The Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa. Public tours are conducted by docents. The next tour includes both Segerstrom Hall and Segerstrom Concert Hall. The tour is free but reservations required. Handicapped accessible. Learn more: scfta.org/Plan-Your-Visit/Free-Tours.aspx or call 714-556-2122, ext. 4365, or email Tours@SCFTA.org.
Take a free class on growing tomatoes at this “TomatoMania” event at 10 a.m. Saturday. Expert Dave Freed will share his techniques at the Coastkeeper Garden, including how to build your own self-watering system. He’ll also go over watering, mulch, pollination and other things you need to know. Bring a folding chair, hat, and water. Location: Coastkeeper Garden, 6520 E. Santiago Canyon Road, Orange (At Santiago Canyon College). Learn more: coastkeeper.org or email Garden@coastkeeper.org
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