This will be a fantastic parade with live concerts, magic shows and celebrity appearances. It is fun for everyone. The parade is hosted on Sunday November 29, 2015 starting at 5:00PM at Hollywood Blvd at Orange. You can get your tickets and check out this major event here.
The Turkey Trot returns to downtown Los Angeles with scenic 5K and 10K routes on the historic street of Los Angeles.
Thursday, November 26th
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Stop by The Grove between 5:30 and 8pm on the 24th to catch the season finale free!
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Building Gingerbread Houses!
Michael's Arts & Crafts
Saturday, December 5 ( Check your location)
Kids and kids at heart will love assembling a gingerbread house! Go have fun making your " Home Sweet Home!"
Take the time to hike up past the observatory in Griffith Park and get even better views. You can see Park la Brea from the very top! Can you find us?
Just down the street from Park Labrea Apts is a really cool boutique. It is called Polka Dots and Moonbeams. The holes on the card are for dollar points every time you buy something. So cool!
CarStories.com is the Petersen's daily output of car news, interviews, exhibit and event information, and everything else from around the automotive world!
The Rain Room at LACMA. Experience the impossible.
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The Endeavour has successfully navigated the perils of space on 25 separate missions over the course of its career. This retired spacecraft is responsible for completing the first mission to the Hubble Space Telescope; it has even ventured to the International space station. But today it's landed for the final time at California Science Center. The iconic Orbiter Vehicle is on display at the science center, along with many other scientific displays.
If air and space travel don't intrigue you or your family, check out the ecosystems instead. In the Forest Zone, you can see kelp forests and the critters who live in them. In the Extreme Zone, learn more about deserts and deep-sea ecosystems. Nearby, the World of Life illustrates the way that the human body works (and most of the cells therein), and at Creative World exhibits, kids can learn the ins and outs of architecture and transportation.
California Science Center
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90037