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LA Canvas x Toms Bootcamp in WeHo; Connor Franta x Junk Food Clothing Launch in Venice; More!

We round up the week's coolest events so you don't have to.

West 3rd Street

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—Following the launch of Toms' Look:Shop:Give initiative at WeHo's Liberty Concept (8366 1/2 W 3rd Street), the revolving pop-up space hosts a fitness bootcamp this Sunday. Lifestyle print magazine LA Canvas teams up with Toms to host the event, which takes place from 10:30am-12pm and will be lead by Equinox's Greg Cohen who will lead guests through some sweat-inducing cardio and strength training. All the hard work will be rewarded with hydrating Vita Coco water and vitamin-packed Juice Served Here sips and nourishing snacks from Kind. The first 30 guests to reserve their spot (by emailing win a swag bag with goodies from Toms and a complimentary blowout courtesy of DryBar.

TOPANGA CANYON—The latest in their series of local fitness events, activewear brand Lorna Jane offers Follow Your Bliss this Saturday at the Westfield Topanga location (6600 Topanga Canyon Blvd). Starting at 9am, this free class focuses on vinyasa yoga led by Amy Rice. After a session sure to bliss you out as it strengthens and stretches your bod, healthy bites and beverages will be provided. Grab your gratis tickets here to hold your spot.

ARTS DISTRICT—If you attended last week's Parachute Market, you may have already seen the work of up-and-coming artist Lisa Solberg. The DTLA-based painting and installation artist took over a gold-painted bar at the art fair with her ongoing ghost gallery concept, 24HR Psychic, a project that centers around the concept of self-reflection, metaphysics, and modern philosophy. Now Solberg joins a group of six other talented and burgeoning female artists for Mama Gallery's (1242 Palmetto Street) "To Hide/To Show," an exhibition also focused around the idea of spirituality. The opening takes place this Saturday from 6-9pm.

VENICE—It seems that YouTube phenom Connor Franta has rapidly been adding to his laundry list of titles: entrepreneur, author, and now fashion designer. The dude once known for his personal rants has helped created a micro-collection for cool t-shirt company, Junk Food Clothing. This limited edition capsule of just four tees and four tote bags will launch at the flagship store (1103 Abbot Kinney Boulevard) this Sunday with a meet and greet with Connor from 11:00am-1:30pm. Fans are welcome but only those to make a purchase can get the chance for a photo op with the young man himself. Entry is limited to the first 200 guests so be sure to arrive early!