Schools out for the summer and the kids now have plenty of free time. Now the question is...what is there to do!!!!
The answer is ...PLENTY!
With the help of Coco, Frankie and Ryder, we looked up some fun things to do in the Greater Los Angeles area that we think all families will enjoy!
Here we go.
Every Saturday, take the kiddos to Art Grows in Griffith Park for fun activities and interactive art workshops. It allows the kids to be creative and want to know the best part....IT'S FREE!
How about movies at the farm! Every Friday catch a flick outdoors at Pierce College in Woodland Hills at Friday Movies at the Farm! This Friday they will be screening "Frozen" and who would want to miss that? Not us!
We're jammin to this song and you can too!
Starting in August, special guest performers like Mister G, who's song "Cocodrilo" is easily one of our favorites, will be providing the music at the Getty Center's "Dance in the Outdoors" event! Getting your dancing shoes ready folks!
Who needs a babysitter when there's Color Me Mine.
Parents, drop the kids of for Kids Night Out where they can enjoy art, food and a movie. What a perfect combo!
If you're looking for something as soon as this weekend, here is a list of things to do:
Kidspace Children's Museum 35th Anniversary Celebration
10am-5pm at 48- North Arroyo Boulevard, Pasadena CA 91103
The Amazing Bubbleman at the Edgemar Center for the Art
11am-1pm at 2437 Main ST.Santa Monica CA 90405
A Midsummer's Night Dream at Westside, Theatricum Botanicum
Various Times at 1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd,. Topanga CA
Sunday, June 29th
Summer Family Fun Series
12pm-3pm at The Farmers Market 6333 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles CA 90036
Day of the Ancestors: Festival of Masks in Leimert Park
12pm-8pm at 4343 Leimert Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90008
Woofstock 90210 at La Cienega Park
11am-3pm at 8400 Gregory Way, Beverly Hills, CA
Hope this helps you find fun activities to kick start your summer. Let us know how you liked them.
RAWRing xo, Nawi