The kids are back in school – which could be worse or better than Carmageddon II coming up this weekend – but don’t let that cramp your style. Here are the week’s best events in and around Los Angeles.
The Bob the Builder exhibit at the Discovery Science Center is a full hand’s on wonderland for young children to learn about teamwork, the Can-Do attitude, and being a responsible citizen. Children will be able to manipulate tools, build, explore, and interact socially with others.
Take the kiddos down for story time at Barnes and Noble at 10:00am. Stories, songs and maybe even some crafts. Bring a friend and have some fun!
From 5:30-8:30 Curious George will be taking over Pretend City for a pizza party! This is a limited, VIP event and you must RSVP now! 25 children will be able to party with Curious George, make their own pizza and have tons of fun! Tickets are $100 per child.
Eat a delicious meal while being entertained by the great and powerful Merlin. The 2 hour magic show will consist of sleight of hand magic to grand illusion, so be prepared to sit on the edge of your seats! Reservations are required; the show starts at 7:30pm.
The ever popular kid’s comedy show is now showing at the Claremont Flappers location! Have an evening of full belly laughs with your whole family. “Two Milk Minimum” features a variation of kid friendly comedy magicians, jugglers, musicians, Improv artists, puppeteers and novelty acts. New acts come in every week. The show starts at 4:30pm and offers a full restaurant and bar menu.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Aquarium of the Pacific. The Baja Splash Cultural Event will feature Aztec and cultural folk dancing, live music, ethnic cuisine, kid’s crafts and Baja animal appearances. This event will be sure to entertain the entire family!