Weekend Weather and Events

Robert and Jackie Sutton caught this image of a sea lion soaking up the sun at Big Rock. "We have lived in front of Big Rock for over 60 years and we have never witnessed a mammal this large!"

A 20 percent chance of rain is expected through Friday afternoon, with partly cloudy weather and a low temperature around 57 degrees, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

Mostly sunny weather is expected throughout the weekend, with patchy early morning fog and high temperatures around 61 degrees and moderate winds of up to 15 mph.

Weekend Events

On Friday, May 8, the City of Malibu will welcome Senators Fran Pavley and Ben Allen, Assemblymember Richard Bloom, and the California Office of Traffic Safety for a presentation on bike safety at 2 p.m., followed by a Bike Rodeo for children at the Malibu Library. 

Saturday, May 9

Visit stunning Malibu estates and taste gourmet bites during the 29th annual Malibu Cook’s Tour, with proceeds benefiting the Malibu Methodist Nursery, starting at Malibu Methodist Nursery School at 11 a.m. 

Two top experts will discuss environmental issues and public safety at the Malibu Democratic Club’s Second Saturday Series, at the Malibu Library at 11:30 a.m.

A fundraiser to benefit Arts Angels, Athletic Boosters and MHS PTA will feature photography, sculptures and paintings by local and student artists at a private Serra Retreat home, $10-$25. 5 p.m. Call 310.457.6801 for more information.

Cocktails, dinner and live and silent auctions are scheduled for the Open Hearts Foundation fifth annual gala at a private Malibu estate at 6 p.m. Contact Amanda@openheartsfoundation.org for more information.

The Malibu Film Society will celebrate the society’s season closing with a cocktail reception and screening of the night’s honoree Arnon Milchan’s film L.A. Confidential, at 6:30 p.m.

Our Lady of Malibu’s benefit supporting the homeless and needy is hosted by Martin Sheen, with Malibu’s most celebrated musicians performing during the event that begins at 7:30 p.m.