October 2019 Field Trips
Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Exhibition
at Christ Cathedral
(formerly the Crystal Cathedral)
October 7, 2019
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
- $9.00 per person
- (audio guide avail. for $3 – pay at field trip)
- Cathedral Cultural Center 2nd Floor on the Christ Cathedral Campus
- 13280 Chapman Avenue
- Garden Grove, CA 92840
- Use lot P7 (closest) or P5
Friday , September 27, 2019 (or until full)
Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition recreates the awe and wonder of arguably one of mankind’s greatest artistic achievements while allowing its visitors to experience the art from a new perspective.
With special expertise and care, the ceiling paintings from the Sistine Chapel have been reproduced using state of the art technology. In order for the observer to fully engage and comprehend the artwork, the paintings have been reproduced in their original sizes. The overwhelming impression for the observer will be the dimensions of the art, the closeness to the picture, and the modern style of the exhibition. As a result, the visitor can explore the artwork up close at a distance impossible to achieve in the Sistine Chapel.
The introduction and information in the pre-show area of the exhibition will prepare visitors for a new staging of Michelangelo’s works and awaken their curiosity. The exhibition is an innovative and unique interpretation of Michelangelo’s timeless masterpiece. Guest who have lready visited the Sistine Chapel will find a new way of observing the art. Visitors who have never seen the originals will be intrigued and inspired to visit the Sistine Chapel at some time in the future.
We hereby invite you to plunge into the universe of Michelangelo.
Metro Gold Line Monrovia
Maintenance & Operation Yard Tour
October 11, 2019
9:30 am 11:30/12:00 pm (approx.)
- $3.00 per person
- (6 years & up only)
- 1600 S. California Ave.
- Monrovia, CA 91016
- Check in with guard and he will direct you on where to park
Registration Deadline: Friday, October 4, 2019 (only 30 allowed)
Please join us for a tour of the Gold Line Monrovia Maintenance & Operations Campus. It plays an instrumental role in maintaining the growing fleet of light rail vehicles operated in Metro’s rail network, housing up to 84 light rail vehicles and a total of nearly 200 employees over several shifts each day. The facility will operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and service the Gold Line’s fleet, as well as light rail vehicles from throughout Metro’s system.
The $265-million Campus is both an operations facility, providing offices and training facilities for operations and maintenance staff, as well as full-service maintenance facilities to inspect, service and maintain the light rail fleet (including heavy repairs, blow-down, wheel truing, body repairs, painting, storage, cleaning, and washing). These functions will take place mostly in the Main Shop Building, but also at a variety of locations throughout the 24-acre campus.
- 600,000 Gallon water tank
- 140,000 Glass tile mosaics in Main Shop Lobby
- 132,000 Main Shop Building sq. ft.
- 22,000 Average kilowatt hours generated per month
- 178.5 Kilowatt solar panel array
- 84 Light rail vehicles
- 50% Building materials from recycled materials
24 Acres of Campus
Open Door Days
October 14, 2019
(to be confirmed)
9:15 am to 12:00 pm
$5.00 per family
- Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
- 135 N. Grand Ave.
- Los Angeles, CA 90012
- Music Center Garage
Registration Deadline: until full
Elementary school students (K- 7th), explore the historic Dorothy Chandler Pavilion through an interactive performance in the Eva and Marc Stern Grand Hall followed by a behind- the-scenes tour of the opera house. Open Door Days invites the students to become a part of the story as we celebrate the many performers and audience members who have made the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion such a magical place.
Meet in front of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. We suggest you plan to arrive at the Music Center no later than 9:15 am in order to park and walk up to the Plaza. Remember downtown traffic! The performance lasts approximately 45 minutes and is followed by a 45-minute tour of the Opera House.
Park under the Music Center for $20 or take the Metro to Grand Park, which is across the street from the Music Center. The program will end at about noon. Have lunch on the Plaza or in lovely Grand Park before you go home.
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Apollo 11: One Giant Leap for Mankind Exhibit
October 28, 2019
10:00 – 12:30/1:00
- $3.00 per person
- 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd
- Yorba Linda, CA 92886
Registration Deadline: Monday, October 21, 2019 (or until full)
Join us for a guided tour of the Nixon Library and the Apollo 11: One Giant Leap for Mankind exhibit.
The presidential museum features 22 unique spaces that incorporate multimedia and interactive technologies. Visitors begin their journey in the new Malek Theater and enjoy a 13-minute orientation film before entering the permanent galleries in the “Wave of Change” gallery, which covers a period of great upheaval throughout the 1960s and during the months leading up to the November 1968 presidential election. Travel through President Nixon’s presidency and resignation and return to his origins in the “Back to the Beginning” gallery. From there, travel through Nixon’s life and his extraordinary accomplishments prior to becoming the 37th President of the United States. The journey ends with Richard Nixon’s post-presidency period and his contributions as elder statesman, his impact on American culture, a solemn remembrance of Mr. and Mrs. Nixon’s memorial services, and the short “Epilogue” film at the conclusion of the exhibit.
APOLLO 11 Exhibit:
Museum-goers will take a thrill ride through the Space Race of the 1950s and 1960s, President Kennedy’s famous challenge to go to the moon, and the scientific and technological advancements that were developed —many
in Southern California— to ensure success and survival on this inspirational mission.
The exhibit’s originally-created, 360-degree virtual reality experience will transport visitors to the lunar surface on July 20, 1969, to see and hear Neil Armstrong’s “one giant leap for mankind.”
Visitors will sit in a 1969 American living room and watch the moon landing just like people all over the world did on the historic night 50 years ago. All subsequent lunar landings happened during the Nixon administration, and Richard Nixon remains the only president with his name on a plaque on the lunar surface.
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