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Things to do in the Coachella Valley this Saturday

The weather will stay in the low nineties and high eighties for the weekend. Here are some Saturday events to enjoy throughout the Coachella Valley:

Saturday, November 8th:

Palm Desert

7 a.m. College of the Desert’s weekly street fair will feature 340 outdoor vendors offering new merchandise, arts, crafts and food. Northwest corner of campus, 43-500 Monterey Ave.

7 a.m. The Living Desert will hold its third annual “Go Native Day”, which features bird and plant walks, an animal show and gardening talks. 47900 Portola Ave.

10 a.m. Desert CrossFit, Lombardo Cosmetic Surgery and Las Palmas OB-GYN present Boob-A-Palooza, a fitness and fun event to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer. General admission, $10. Desert CrossFit, 73605 Dinah Shore Drive.

7 p.m. The McCallum Theatre will host its 17th annual Choreography Festival. 73000 Fred Waring Drive.

Cathedral City

9 a.m. The Rotary Club of Cathedral City will open its Healing Field, where more than 5,000 flags are placed in Patriot Park for military service members killed since Sept. 11, 2001. Their names will be read. Date Palm and Dinah Shore drives.

11 a.m. Les Dames D’Escoffier women’s club will hold their Harvest Holiday Gift and Culinary Bazaar, featuring wine tastings, chef demonstrations and cookbook signings. Mary Pickford Theater, 36850 Pickfair St.

Rancho Mirage

9 a.m. More than 100 artists will display and sell their work at the Art Affaire, which also includes children’s activities, food and live music. Rancho Mirage Community Park, 71560 San Jacinto Drive.

Palm Springs

10 a.m. The Palm Springs Art Museum’s Architecture and Design Center will open to the public. 300 S. Palm Canyon Drive.

11 a.m. The Palm Springs Pride Festival will be held downtown on Palm Canyon Drive, from Amado to Baristo roads and on Arenas Road between Calle Encilia and Indian Canyon Drive.

La Quinta

10 a.m. The Fall Family Festival features games, crafts, a petting zoo, pony rides, safety demonstrations and resource information. Main Street in Old Town La Quinta will be closed, and admission is free.

KESQ News Team

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