Hundreds of candy-filled eggs are hidden throughout the Galvin Physics Forest just waiting to be found! Families can also create spring art, learn the bunny hop, and pet real bunnies with the Bunny World Foundation! There will be 4 hunt times each day, registration opens February 25.
The KIDZ BOP Kids are the face and voice of KIDZ BOP, the #1 music brand for kids in the U.S. These talented young performers—Ashlynn, Bredia, Grant, and Matt—sing on the best-selling KIDZ BOP albums, star in national KIDZ BOP TV commercials and music videos, and host KIDZ BOP Radio on SiriusXMChannel 77. For five […]
Head on over to Westfield Century City on Thursday, December 10 for a Holiday Playdate as the Dance Time Boys of Baby First bring their super fun dance moves to the party! There will be a DJ and dancing, storytime, a photobooth and treats for the kids! RSVP to reserve your spot!
The holidays welcome LAB’s family favorite, The Nutcracker, set in 1913 Los Angeles. Join Clara, her Uncle Drosselmeyer and her beloved Nutcracker as she travels to the Land of Snow, and to the Palace of the Dolls where all of her favorite doll companions come to life. The essential holiday tradition! Two event times: December […]
The annual LA Kings Holiday Ice brings outdoor ice skating to Nokia Plaza L.A. LIVE in Downtown L.A.! The rink will re-open on November 29 and remain open through December 31. Make the most out of the holiday season and enjoy outdoor ice skating at L.A. LIVE! PRICING General admission (includes ice skate rental) $15 […]
By: Shannon Ralph It’s that time of the year again. Halloween is officially over. Hence, the Christmas season is upon us. We all know—thanks to Target and Gap and any of the other numerous retailers that are already playing holiday commercials on my television—that the Christmas season officially kicks off at 12:01 A.M. on November […]
By Danny Thomas It’s St. Patrick’s Day… We keep trying to make family traditions for St. Patrick’s Day, none of them stick. In my head it was always a big deal with my family growing up. We certainly always ate a special meal. If not corned beef and cabbage, then something related. Sometimes we went […]
By John Jericiau Dear Family & Friends, Well as you can see we have a beautiful addition to our family. It took lots of work for most of 2012, but we are so happy to welcome our third son Dustin John Jericiau into the world. He weighed in at 8 lbs 8 oz, measured 20 […]
By: John Jericiau As a young adult I couldn’t imagine that one day I too would be writing the dreaded “holiday letter” to mass produce and include with each holiday card (which has become a mass produced holiday photo), but when you have a family it seems so natural. How else can you describe easily […]
By: Joey Uva It’s that season again, the holidays. It’s the time of year when we spend lots of time with family and friends. We exchange gifts, show our love for each other, and eat meals with a sense of joy and merriment. Last year I wrote a post about having a very lonely Christmas […]