Who needs Cupid or Valentine’s Day? Singles can celebrate their own independence day, in a neighborhood that is always free-spirited, at Downtown Culver City’s annual Third Wednesday ‘Singles Step Out’ Happy Hour. Whether flying solo or hanging out with friends, there’s plenty to do and see for those who are happily unattached. Swing by and score on drink specials or dine on some guilty pleasures in the multiple single-friendly bars and restaurants located on tree-lined boulevards. Treat yourself to a unique indulgence at any one of the local boutiques, shops and art galleries while snagging free samples and merchant discounts. Sway to the eclectic sounds of Marston, Lord of the Cello performing on his unique six-string electric cello. Be street smart by riding the rails to the Expo Line Culver City Station. Culver City’s downtown area is Southern California’s best kept secret, featuring a wonderful mix of historic buildings, boutiques, theaters, galleries and unique restaurants opening on to tree-lined streets. Parking is free in municipal structures for up to two hours, or valet parking is available at three convenient Downtown locations. Feb 20; Downtown Culver City is located just south of the 10 Freeway and east of the 405, between the intersection of Culver and Washington Blvds and Dusquene Ave.; Free; www.downtownculvercity.com
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