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Toms Pop-Up and Brunch at the Viceroy; Free Fitness at SaMo's Lorna Jane; More!

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

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SANTA MONICA—Philanthropic footwear and eyewear brand Toms takes inspiration from its latest sunglass collection, Traveler, this Saturday as they collaborate with Tony DiSalvo, chef at the Viceroy's restaurant, Cast (1819 Ocean Ave) for a brunch and pop-up shop. Since sales of the line will benefit areas of Guatemala, DiSalvo has planned an appropriate menu, loaded with the irresistible flavors of the Central American country. Brunch is served from 11am-3pm and reservations can be made through the restaurant's website, or guests can just stop in for cocktails (a custom drink will be available for a buy-one-get-one-free price!) as they scope out the new frames and chillax to tunes by DJ Old Boy.

SANTA MONICA—The booty-kicking crew from Orangetheory Fitness arrives at Lorna Jane in Santa Monica Place (395 Santa Monica Pl) this Saturday to get your weekend off to a calorie burning start. The fitness apparel brand hosts "Get Up and Go" from 10am-12pm, which includes a 60 minute sweating session followed by reception with hydrating mocktails from Zico coconut water. Then of course you'll need to spend a little time cruising the shop's cute new activewear arrivals.  Get your free tickets to attend the class by heading here.

HIGHLAND PARK—This Saturday at 7pm, just in time for #WeddingWeek, exclusive vintage/reconstruction/custom fashion boutique Stash on York (6000 York Blvd) presents an evening of entertainment that focuses on the topic on so many minds this month: everlasting love. "The One" is a series of six ten-minute plays, all by different playwrights interpreting the concept of a one-and-only (and if there is only one). The $10 ticket fee (get yours here) includes some post-show celebratory champagne.