Here Comes The Winter ARTS CRAWL!

South Pasadena Arts Crawl Celebrates Winter Season | Chamber of Commerce hosts Neighborhood-Night-on-the-Town Feb. 10

The South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce warmly invites the community to a unique evening celebrating the joy of Valentine’s Day alongside the festivity of the Lunar New Year.

Join us on Saturday, February 10, from 3 PM to 8 PM for the Winter Arts Crawl, an event where love, culture, and art unite.

PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | News | Galentine Make & Shop at Hotbox Vintage

Laurie Wheeler, CEO of the South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, shares, “We’re proud
to host an event that brings together diverse celebrations. The Arts Crawl this year is an
exciting blend of communal and cultural festivities, all set against the backdrop of our city’s
thriving arts scene.”

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A highlight of the event is the Interactive Art Activity: Year of the Dragon Chinese Scrolls.
Participants of all ages can create colorful Chinese Scrolls, drawing powerful, fire-spewing
dragons, emblematic of the Lunar New Year, on special scroll paper. This hands-on activity
is a perfect way to engage in the cultural festivities and create a memorable keepsake.

PHOTO: Esteban Lopez | News | South Pasadena Winter Arts Crawl 2019

At Adobe Design, guests can explore their artistic side with mixed-media artist and art
healing workshop facilitator Tricia Loya, creating handmade Valentine’s Day cards. Fashion
enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to Camille DePedrini, offering 15% off on merchandise and
special discounts on selected sale items, and to Eva Franco, showcasing artist Clifford
Bailey and exclusive fashion design sketches from the Eva Franco brand.

The Dinosaur Farm entertains younger guests with a free art activity by Emily Cline.

Hotbox Vintage presents a unique Valentine experience with their Vintage Bouquet Bar.
Guests can choose a vintage vase and build their own bouquet, complemented by bubbles
to sip and vintage shopping.

PHOTO: Esteban Lopez | News | South Pasadena Winter Arts Crawl 2019

Jeweled Universe hosts an intimate Artist Reception with local multimedia artists Bill Wheeler and Dave Fortin, followed by an album release party and live performances on the Starlit Stage.

Jones Coffee Roasters becomes a hub of creativity with outdoor pop-ups featuring
handmade ceramics, extended collections of artwork, and live music performances.
Meanwhile, La Monarca Bakery showcases a pop-up by Baggio Ardon, featuring art and
Valentine’s-themed crafts, perfect for gifting.

Lucha’s Comfort Footwear offers a 20% discount store-wide. New Beginnings Physical
Therapy presents a variety of local artists and live music. Art enthusiasts will be drawn to
Old Focals, featuring the work of artists Camille Avilés-Downey and Hannah Roy, along with live music.

Raíces exhibits Moos Art by Sandra Olsen, along with an antique vendor and a special
discount offer. Retreat showcases a Jewelry Trunkshow with Amanda K Lockrow, offering a
number of stunning pieces. Simplee Boba hosts live music by Tisa Thompson and a 10%
discount on its offerings.

For a personalized touch, South Pas Vintage offers special Valentine’s Day embroidery,
while the South Pasadena Public Library hosts an interactive mini-masterpiece creation and exchange.

SPARC Gallery at the South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce features “Landlines” by Max Yust and a unique “Pathways to Arts” Street Sign Sale, benefiting SPEF and the local school arts programs.

PHOTO: Alisa Hayashida | The South Pasadenan | The 2023 PTSA Reflections exhibit at SPARC Gallery.
PHOTO: Alisa Hayashida | The South Pasadenan | The 2023 PTSA Reflections exhibit at SPARC Gallery.

Square Deal Barber Shop displays photography by Andrew Aiello in an exclusive pop-up
show. TarotArts immerses visitors in the world of Cheryl Walsh and her new Tarot deck,
Aqua Summersus, with a narrative journey starting at 4:00 pm. TeaMorrow showcases
Crochet Arts by Ami Studio.

An event map with a complete list of activity details, times, and locations will be available
Tuesday, February 6 on the Chamber website.

Patrons are encouraged to walk, bike, or take the Metro ‘L’ Line, where the South Pasadena
Station will put you right at the heart of the event. Parking is available in the Mission/
Meridian Parking lot (north of Mission Street, on Meridian), walking distance to the more
than 20 participating shops and boutiques.

For updates on planned activities and entertainment, follow the Arts Crawl on Facebook and

Poster art by Montana Mills