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image002If you’re looking for something fun but also cultural to do with your little ones in LA this summer,  The Hollywood Bowl has weekday music performances as well as Art Workshops for kids from  July 11th – August 5th.  This is such a great program and a wonderful way to introduce your children to the joy of music. Here’s all the info and more details below.

SummerSounds is a fun-filled, four-week series of lively concerts combined with art workshops. Join our dynamic hosts as they lead you on a journey to discover music, dance and art from cultures around the world.SummerSounds features four different programs, each highlighting a distinct music tradition – a new show every week! Two performances daily.

Week 1: Jul 11-15

USA, FEATURING ROSE’S PAWN SHOP

SummerSounds opens with a look at the roots of Americana. Drawing from folk and bluegrass traditions, this infectious music will have you on your feet dancing in no time.

Week 2: Jul 18-22

FRANCE, FEATURING LES ZAZOUS

Airy melodies drifting from a Paris cafe – touched with flavors of jazz, cabaret and retro swing – will transport you to the magic of the City of Light.

Week 3: Jul 25-29

JAPAN, FEATURING ON ENSEMBLE

Built on the pulsating beats of taiko drumming, the traditional music and instruments of Japan are blended with styles from the West in ways that will let your imagination soar.

Week 4: Aug 1-5

MEXICO, FEATURING TRIO ELLAS

Come along and experience traditional mariachi music with a contemporary pop twist. Don’t forget your dancing shoes!

BUY TICKETS

Save 20% when you buy all four programs!

$16 per person (age 2 and up) / $13 per person when purchasing all four programs*

Select the 10am Music Performance with 11:15am Art Workshop or 11:15am Music Performance with 10am Art Workshop.

Music performances and art workshops each run 40-45 minutes.
Programs, artists, prices and dates are subject to change.

 

 

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Longines Masters PosterIf you have any horse lovers in the family, there’s a wonderful event coming up October 1-4 at the LA Convention Center. The Longines Masters of Los Angeles will showcase the thrill of Olympic-level show jumping, meet and greets with the world’s top-ranked riders, and of course a chance to see all the beautiful horses!

Specifically designed with families in mind, the Kid’s Village will include 2 mini ponies to pet, a ‘horse-less’ horse show where kids can test their skills as they jump over fences like in the arena, face painting, a caricature and balloon artist, arts & crafts, and autograph sessions with Masters riders (Fri 1pm; Sat 2:15pm; Sun 9:30am).

The hours are as follow for the Kid’s Village:

Friday, October 2nd, 10am-6pm

Saturday, October 3rd, 9am-6pm

Sunday, October 4th, 9am-1:30pm

All activities are included in the price of admission, for tickets click HERE

Sounds like a great family day out!

 

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smpa_whaleposter 2015I love any excuse to go the Santa Monica Pier and Aquarium. They are hosting a fantastic whale themed event Valentine’s Day weekend which will be great for families. Here’s the info below. Sounds like a whale of a time for sure!

“Santa Monica, CA (Jan. 27, 2015) – Sightings of whales along the Southern California coast are already exceeding last year’s record-breaking numbers. Come show some love for the whales at Heal the Bay’s Santa Monica Pier Aquarium during “Whale of a Weekend,” February 14th & 15th.

The Pacific gray whale completes one of the longest migrations of any species, traveling as many as 14,000 miles round trip between the arctic seas and the warm lagoons of Baja California, Mexico. This migration takes the whales past the Santa Monica Pier — sometimes within viewing distance from the west end observation deck.
Aquarium visitors can feel the heft of a whale rib, check out bristly baleen and try on a layer of (simulated) whale blubber for warmth. Kids of all ages can have their faces painted and make a whale visor to take home. Learn more interesting facts about these gentle giants – and other marine mammals – at the Aquarium through story time and film screenings. “Whale You Be My Valentine?” scheduled for 1:30 p.m. both days in the Aquarium’s Green Room, is a staff-led presentation chock full of facts about California cetaceans.

Aquarium naturalists, along with representatives of the American Cetacean Society, will staff a wildlife observation station at the west end of the Santa Monica Pier. Those who stop by are welcome to spy for whales through binoculars and field guides will be available to identify local birds and other marine life.”

Learn more at HEALTHEBAY

WHERE 1600 Ocean Front Walk, located beach level at the Pier.

WHEN February 14th & 15th.

Whale-themed activities will be ongoing both days from 12:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the marine science center

 

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CHILL at the Queen Mary

December 17, 2014 Play

“The holidays always get me hankering for some of the snowy fun I enjoyed growing up on the East coast, so I was eager to check out CHILL at the Queen Mary in Long Beach. One price gets you onto the Queen Mary and into the adjacent winter wonderland complete with an ice skating rink, […]

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Deck the Halls at Disney Hall, Los Angeles

December 4, 2014 Play

One of my all time favorite things to do with the kids is to go to a concert at Disney Hall. My Dad is an opera buff and I remember as a little girl he would take me to Lincoln Center in New York and then later, when we moved to DC to hear music […]

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I AM ELEVEN documentary opening in LA

September 19, 2014 Play

“I think at heat we are all the same person….at heart, we’re just really all the same.” These are the words from one eleven year old in Genevieve Bailey’s lovely new documentary, called “I AM ELEVEN,” which opens today at Laemmle’s in Los Angeles. Bailey, an Australian filmmaker, traveled the globe and interviewed 15 eleven […]

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6 great portable family games

August 13, 2014 Play

Spending time with the kids on hot lazy summer days can be a great family bonding experience. Or it can be incredibly trying. There’s nothing worse than hearing, “I’m bored, Mom. There’s nothing to do!” While I like to encourage my kids to be resourceful and make their own fun, I also like to steer […]

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Summer Sounds For Kids at the Bowl

May 23, 2014 Play

If you’re looking for something fun but also cultural to do with your little ones,  The Hollywood Bowl has daily music performances and Art Workshops  for kids from  July 7th – August 1st.  This is such a great program and a wonderful way to introduce your children to music. Here’s all the info below. SummerSounds […]

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The Annenberg Community Beach House’s 5th Anniversary Celebration

April 17, 2014 Play

This is one of my favorite spots in LA for families. The Annenberg Community Beach House is gorgeously situated along side the Pacific ocean, and I just received this press release. “On Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27, the City of Santa Monica will celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Annenberg Community Beach House, […]

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Snow Day at the LA Zoo

February 15, 2014 Play

This is a fun idea for a cool winter family outing during this hot weather. It will soon be snowing at the LA Zoo next weekend.  This just in from my Zoo sources: Winter is in the air—and on the ground! For two days in February, the Zoo’s black bear and tiger will have their habitats transformed […]

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