Start a family tradition or invent a new one to heighten holiday cheer; some stories to put the Christmas frenzy in perspective; and Long Beach School of Music helps turn Guitar Hero dreams into reality.
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Winter camps aren’t just lifesavers for busy parents, they’re a productive and fun way for kids to spend some of their two-week school vacation; stocking stuffers for nearly every personality type for less than $20; and Bridges Reading & Writing Institute adds a unit to its acclaimed reading and writing tutoring program.
Christmas is coming, and it’s time to get “crafty”; heartfelt gifts for teachers; and Enchanted Fairy Tea Parties knows how to throw fantasy bashes for kids and adults.
Begin the season of giving with a turkey trot benefiting local nonprofits; find your everyday philanthropist without spending a dime; and see how Pretend City rewards those who give to others. Read all about it, along with the upcoming week’s activities in The Buzz!
There are many ways to say ‘Thanks’ to our men and women in uniform; a Marine and his mutt visit Mission Viejo to share a death-defying tale of war, peace and friendship; and Greater Long Beach YMCA has nature-oriented adventures for families.
Celebrate the autumn harvest, 1920s-style, at Rancho Los Alamitos; stay safe when you go trick-or-treating this weekend; and Kidnastics continues to provide stand-out programs to develop tykes’ motor skills and keep kids at tip-top shape.
Today’s corn mazes are precise works of spatial art; get free hands-on lessons from more than a dozen professional artists at Huntington Beach Art Center’s Free Family Arts Day; and see if your little cook has what it takes to reign as King or Queen Pasta.