Celebrate 2014 with family-friendly fun at Noon Year parties, amusement parks, city festivals, museums and more! Plus, History Hunt Challenge #3, the latest issue of Petsguide and more wintery fun!
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Plie your way to The Nutcracker for a traditional Christmas classic you don’t want to miss. Plus, find out how to track Santa with the latest technology and check out the new issue of Petsguide Magazine-woof!
Follow the Ghost of Christmas Past back to Victorian England and watch “A Christmas Carol” come alive on stage, or stop by a special Dickens celebration for caroling and cider!
You’ll be licking your sticky fingers this weekend, with a big buffet of events focused on everything sweet. Treat your little sugars to some holiday fun.
Spread the news, the holidays are here! We’ve got you covered with Kidsguide’s super-huge Holiday Guide, plus ideas galore on Pinterest. It’s go time.
Before you get stuffed like a Butterball, head out with your kids for a Thanksgiving turkey trot. Craft a kooky drumstick hat and then join the feast at the aquarium. Gobble gobble!
With the buzz of their wings or a sprinkle of dust, we know fairies are out there. Go on the hunt at Griffith Park, lure them in with a fairy garden and learn some Tooth Fairy tricks.
Celebrate Veterans Day on board a naval ship, at a museum or at a city ceremony or parade. Don’t forget your flags for waving!
We’re all set to fall back an hour this weekend when Daylight Saving Time ends, but there’s no reason to fall back on the fun! There’s plenty to do after dark.
Celebrate Dio de los Muertos with mariachis, face painting, altar displays, sugar skulls and more. And don’t miss our countdown of Halloween happenings!