The Buzzz

The Buzzz is about all sorts of neat stuff: Exhibits, festivals, seasonal highlights, current topics, new things, fun things and free things … if it’s fun, family-friendly and happening in our area, it’s in here! With our Clickable Calendar, you can find fun things to do every weekend, and with our weekly features you can get everything from inspiring craft ideas to tips on where to park!

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Ghost-Buzz-ters | Oct. 28 – Nov. 3

This week’s Buzz is full of haunted houses, haunted gardens & haunted carnivals, plus, the longest Clickable Calendar ever!

Pick -A-Pumpkin | Oct. 21-27

Take the train to a pumpkin patch, pick pumpkins right off the vine, or visit one of the many theme-park-style patches. They are all in The Buzz this week, plus tons of other ghoulishly fun activities.

The Amazing Maize | October 14-20

Corn mazes, harvest fests, pig races + over 200 other family activities coming up this week. Check them out here!

Night Owls – October 7-13

Check out this week’s Buzz which features Night at the Circus, Moonlit Marshmallows, Fun-Tastic Family Night and lots more. Plus, don’t miss our Halloween HQ guide!

Fest-a-bration – September 30 – Oct. 6

This week’s Buzz if full of must-attend “Fests” along with a clickable calendar loaded with hundreds of things to do!

Blinded by Science – Sept. 23-29

In the Buzz this week: Creepy Creature Feature, Rocketry Class, Sid at Science Day, plus info on the new Kidsguide along with more than 90 calendar events coming up this week alone! And, don’t miss the chance to win a family four-pack of tickets to Pretend City.

Decidely Fall

Check out this weeks Buzz devoted to fun fall activities! There’s apple and raspberry picking, the LA Fair and Kinderfest at Oktoberfest, along with 98 other family activities coming up this week.

Greeks, Geeks & Freaks

Greek out at Long Beach’s annual Greek Fest; see the universe differently at Children’s Museum of La Habra’s spacey exhibit, Galaxy Kids; and freak out over Natural History Museum’s Mummies of the World, the largest traveling exhibition of mummies.

Do the Sprinkler

Enjoy the last weeks of summer with a visit to five special area parks to splash, soak and play in their built-in spray pools and splash pads.

Yummy In Your Tummy

There’s plenty to eat and cook this week, from Old World’s delectable Plum Festival, Tanaka Farms’ children’s cooking class and the smorgasbord of kids/teens/family cooking programs in Southern California.

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