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MARCH EVENTS

Radio Disney AM 1110 Easter Eggs-plosion -- Burbank (Johnny Carson Park)
March 26 - A huge Easter Egg hunt with 8,000 eggs filled with candy, toys and prizes. Radio Disney AM 1110 will present a live concert performance by Greg Raposo, whose hit single “Take Me Back Home” is currently in active rotation on Radio Disney. Next, recording artists Hope 7 who play the hit single "Breakthrough" will perform. Also, there will be an appearance by rising stars Everlife who sing, “I’m Over It,” a single currently played on Radio Disney. Finally, music legend Chubby Checker will sing his new hit song “The Limbo Rock” currently played on Radio Disney! In addition, the Power Rangers of the ABC series Power Rangers Dinothunder will make a special appearance.  Other activities and attractions include pictures with the Easter Bunny (for a small fee), an Easter Bonnet Parade, concession booths, giant inflatable rides, a face painter, a children’s activities area, along with Radio Disney AM 1110 game booths and music.  Parents are encouraged to bring their cameras. Information:
(818) 238-5300.

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Whale Watching (January-March) -- Long Beach
Cruise boats provide close-up observation of gray whales migrating off the California coast. Information: (562) 436-3645 or (800) 4LB-STAY

City of Los Angeles Marathon -- Los Angeles
Thousands of runners and bicyclists participate in the greatest athletic event in the western U.S. Information: (310) 444-5544

Sierra Madre Wisteria Festival -- Sierra Madre
Celebrating the world’s largest flowering plant which is located in Sierra Madre. Craft booths, a car show, food and service provider booths, games, and beautiful wisteria are featured at this event. Information: (626) 306-1150

Family Arts Day -- Pico Rivera (9200 Mines Ave.)
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fun-filled day of artist demonstrations, artwork for sale, hands-on art activities for all ages, entertainment, food, and a book fair. Information: (562) 801-4322

World City: Kahuarangi -- Walt Disney Concert Hall (W.M. Keck Foundation Children’s Amphitheatre)
The six-event series presents music, theater, and dance performances for children of all ages. The Music Center will also offer family activities, before and after performances, such as arts workshops and storytelling sessions in the adjacent Blue Ribbon Garden. Information: (213) 250-ARTS

Cherry Blossom Festival -- West Los Angeles (Stoner Recreation Center, 1835 Stoner Ave)
Experience the arrival of spring with a fun-filled day of activities and entertainment, including Japanese and Polynesian dancers, a karate exhibition, food, and, of course, blossoming cherry trees at one of the city’s prime locations for observing this annual rite. Co-sponsored by the West Los Angeles Japanese American Community Center. Information: (888) 527-2757

Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival -- Santa Clarita (Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio)
Western dance performances, workshops, and cowboy musicians, poets, balladeers, storytellers and authentic cowboy chuck-wagon food will be featured at this Fest of the West. Information: (661) 255-4910

San Dimas Family Festival -- San Dimas (Civic Center Plaza)
This festival features entertainment, food and information booths, arts, crafts, and a childcare fair and safety fair. Information: (909) 394-6230

Los Angeles Bach Festival -- Los Angeles (First Congregational Church of Los Angeles)
Celebrating the music of Johann Sebastian Bach in one of the oldest Bach festivals in the nation. Information: (213) 385-1341

Celebration of César E. Chávez Day -- Los Angeles (Olvera Street)
Celebration commemorating the holiday in honor of Mexican American farm labor leader, César Chávez. The event includes educational videos and workshops for families, an art exhibition, storytelling for children, and distinguished speakers. Information: (213) 624-3660

 

 

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