As you’re planning out your October activities, keep in mind there are plenty of ways to explore Los Angeles without spending an arm and a leg. To that end, in addition to our always-relevant big list of free & fun things to do around Los Angeles, we put together a quick link rundown every month of things to do you may want to take advantage of. Take in Some Indie ImprovThe Clubhouse, located off an alley in Hollywood, offers free improv shows every night. With the challenging unevenness of its stairs (some steps are more than a foot high and they number at least 280), your buns will burn in the best way -- if you can make it all the wayup. Hawkins Natural Park is an oasis in a neighborhood of concrete warehouses, with a serene, grassy field with picnic tables, and a web of winding paths leading to areas organized by plant type.
Take Your Brain to a SalonGive your brain a sprucing at one of Zócalo Public Square's panels on big ideas, like the myths and legends of the Santa Ana winds, or how automobile drivers and bicyclists can peacefully coexist in our fair city. Hike LA's Old Route Out of TownOn the fringes of Los Angeles County lies the Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park.

Subliminal Projects, housed in Fairey's creative firm in Echo Park offers exhibitions by artists who aren't totally mainstream-famous, although you'll likely be admiring the art and drinking free booze alongside a celebrity.
Visit Jazz LegendsCry over our lost greats at the Inglewood Park Cemetery, where you can see the final resting places of Ray Charles, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, Chet Baker and Big Mama Thornton, among others. See Free Live MusicSanta Monica beer and wine bar Trip presents everything from indie rock, punk, reggae, Latin and folk to weekly burlesque and comedy nights and every show is free. Enjoy Free Performance in Little TokyoLittle Tokyo's Tuesday Night Café performance series delivers eclectic entertainment -- from spoken word to hip-hop dance, improv comedy to folk singing -- all for free. Lounge Around in Grand ParkTake a repose on the plush green grass or bright pink seats of Grand Park, or join the kiddos for a dash through the fountain, or attend any number of its free cultural events. Drool Over Famous CostumesThe Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising's free exhibits bring actual costumes from your favorite films and TV shows off the screen and within reach (although you can't touch). Bike to the OceanThe Ballona Creek Bike Path is completely separated from the street grid and runs almost seven miles from National Boulevard in Culver City to the Pacific Ocean at Marina del Rey, where it links up with the beachfront path.

Hike Through Modern-Day RuinsAscend into the twisted, metal ruins of the circa 1912 Old Los Angeles Zoo at Griffith Park, and stare in horrified awe at the almost ancient lion's dens and monkey cages. Drink Free Booze and Hear Free MusicSonos Studios' listening parties and interview sessions are not only free but also have free booze.
Pedal through the Valley on a 14-Mile Bike PathFrom dawn to dark, pump your pedals along the well-lighted, 14-mile-long Metro Orange Line Bike Path beside the Orange Line busway, planted with 800,000 exotic trees and shrubs.

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