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JANUARY 16 - MARCH 31: The world's biggest Valentine greeting from Mr. Rex and his friends are ready for photos with you and your loved ones.
MARCH 1 - MAY 9: Discover North San Diego's world-renowned spring experience for the past 40 years. Stroll through 50 acres of giant, colorful ranunculus flowers. New this year, is their 2 acre U-Pick Blueberry Patch. Take an antique tractor tour around the fields, visit the gardens, maze and more.
EVERY WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, MARCH 3-25: Kids can follow along each week from the comfort of their own kitchen! Chef Tech provides all ingredients available for pickup or delivery (within 10 miles).
NOVEMBER - EASTER: Big Bear Snow Play sports the longest runs in Southern California. Night Glow Tubing, Big Bear Speedway and Ropes Course are also offered.
NOVEMBER - EASTER: Enjoy tubing and snow play, plus take a chairlift ride to the top of the Alpine Slide. Here, riders navigate their own individually controlled sleds, each with teflon runners and ball-bearing wheels, down their choice of two quarter-mile long cement tracks filled with high-banked turns and long straightaways. Experience the new Mineshaft Coaster, the first and only mountain coaster in CA!
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, THROUGH MARCH 28: OC's newest donut experience that captures moments in life through the creative world of donuts. This is a unique and creative space where you can have fun, immerse yourself and take photos.
WEEKENDS, MARCH 1 - APRIL 4: Take a wagon ride around the farm and learn about Tanaka Farms and its history, farming methods, and the crops they grow. You'll make a few stops in the fields to pick your strawberries or other produce. Then, take a walk through the Barnyard Educational Exhibit and meet the Easter Bunny!
SELECT DATES, MARCH 5 - MAY 2: Sip and sample your way around the world of international flavors, craft beers and wines, and enjoy live musical performances along the way. Enjoy over 125 food and drink options from around the world.
SELECT DATES, MARCH 5 - MAY 2: While the theme park remains closed, the food and merchandise-focused outdoor event offers over 80 boysenberry-infused food and drink items. You'll also find handmade and personalized gifts from over 20 artisan local crafters offering unique boysenberry items.
SELECT DATES, MARCH 5 - MAY 2: Enjoy LEGOLAND's most popular outdoor playgrounds, including Hideaways in Castle Hill and DUPLO Playtown. Young builders can take part in special building activities, design their own LEGO minifigure cut out, or test their luck in the I-Spy Miniland U.S.A. Scavenger Hunt.
Friday, March 5: Join Segerstrom Center for the Arts on the Argyros Plaza for a movie night featuring Hidden Figures. Each viewing area will be separated by 8 feet of space from neighboring viewing areas.
EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY: Visit Rockin' Jump OC for Neon Jump Night featuring special strobes, black lights, and music. Wear white or glow-in-the-dark outfits to stand out. Pricer per jumper is $21 for 2 hours.
SATURDAYS, JANUARY 16 - MAY 1: This gentle, all-levels yoga series explores a nature-based theme each week with a correlating technique. Bring your own mats and blankets.
SATURDAYS, JANUARY 23 - APRIL 24: Kids receive an art lesson (via video feed) from renowned environmental artist, Wyland, and a free 2-hour whale watching adventure!
SATURDAYS, FEBRUARY 13 - MARCH 27: Enjoy a 4-hour, round-trip vintage train ride adventure!Ride on historic train cars used in several well known movies, TV shows and commercials. Includes two fun stops to explore along the route.
WEEKENDS, MARCH 6-28: Get a close-up view of how sheep are shorn and how wool is processed. Guests can learn about natural dyes, how to wash wool, and visit the farm to feed the sheep.
SATURDAY, MARCH 6: Shop for and learn about railroadiana and railroad antiques at Southern California’s largest outdoor railroadiana swap meet. Vendors will be selling railroad collectibles, art, books, models and toy trains.
Saturday, March 6: Join Segerstrom Center for the Arts on the Argyros Plaza for a movie night featuring The LEGO Movie. Each viewing area will be separated by 8 feet of space from neighboring viewing areas.
SUNDAYS, JANUARY 10 - MARCH 28: Acorns & Oaks fosters parent and child bonding through tactile play with nature, crafts, songs, stories, and sensory integration. The program provides little ones (age 5 and younger) with a natural environment in which to practice and further develop all growing abilities, particularly gross/fine motor, cognitive, and social-emotional skills.
MARCH 3-31: Kids (ages 6-14) can get hands-on with cooking! Join Chef Tech for four classes this March to learn about All the Sauces!
MARCH 13 - APRIL 3: Hop on over with family and friends to enjoy this fun and exciting spring time event. Activities include Easter egg hunts, train rides, paint party, egg basket toss, carnival games, and bunny round up.
MARCH 16 - APRIL 15: Is your child up for the challenge to solve a Nature Center mystery? The City of Long Beach is offering an after school camp program called Nature Detectives, at El Dorado Nature Center for Kindergarten-5th Grade. As detectives, kids will use their observational skills, conduct research, and make new discoveries while exploring the trails.
MARCH 16-17 & MARCH 29-31: Lil’ Chef School has Day Camps available while your school district is celebrating spring break. Sign up for one day or two!
SELECT DATES, JANUARY 6 - MARCH 17: Join guest experts and Pretend City's Education Team in exploring hot topics in parenting today. Topics include parent self-care, family mental health, race conversations, STEM & number sense, etc.
THURSDAY, MARCH 18: Shared Science will be onsite at Rancho Los Cerritos for a Long Beach History and STEM education lesson. Students will learn how to keep perishable foods—like milk and fruit— from spoiling without refrigeration and also make their own butter. Students will explore different preservation techniques and discuss their ideas about food storage without electricity.
SELECT DATES, MARCH 18 - APRIL 5: Enjoy dining and shopping at Disneyland California Adventure. Discover specialty menu items, snacks, latest merchandise, unique photo ops, and surprise character sightings.
FRIDAY, MARCH 19: Enjoy 2ND & PCH's socially distanced movie within the street featuring Disney's Tangled. Movies are complimentary to the community, self-seating is available on a first come first serve basis
MARCH 20 - APRIL 11: Celebrate Springtime on the Farm with more than 50 acres to visit and numerous activities. Enjoy distanced visits with the Easter Bunny, tractor-drawn wagon rides, trike trail, giant eggs and numerous photo opps, hay pyramids, spacious Egg Hunt, baby animal feeding and petting, trains, egg dying, and lots more!
MARCH 20 - APRIL 11: Admission includes photos with the Easter Bunny, enjoy the hay pyramid, tractor wagon ride, animal center access, pick our own strawberries. Additional paid activities include Easter egg hunt, barrel train rides, and horse rides.
SELECT DATES, MARCH 20 - APRIL 4: Buckle up and go on a journey through the magical Unicorntopia, where real, live unicorns await you in a world full of magic and wonder! Experience surprises around every corner and receive a small, unicorn-worthy gift. All from the safety of your own car!
MARCH 20: Meet the campus team and explore Stratford’s curriculum at an open house, by appointment only. Learn about their STEAM-based (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) teaching methods ensure students develop the diverse set of problem-solving skills and creative talents they’ll need in today’s world.
MARCH 20: Learn to make an accordion book with covers and a hidden page, then customize and decorate the inside of your book with colorful cut paper and drawings to create a bountiful garden. Perfect for 6-9 year old children but all ages are welcome! Class size is limited.
EVERY THIRD SUNDAY: Grab your leash and your fur babies and head to the Garden! During special dog walking hours, you’re invited to bring your four-legged friends to the 87 acres of the Garden.
FEBRUARY 13-14, 19-20, 26-27 and MARCH 26-27: The Rose Outdoors is a one-hour concert series presented outside and under the stars in accordance with health and safety guidelines. Enjoy highlights and iconic songs from hit musicals.
FEBRUARY 21, 28 and MARCH 28: The Alice Experience invites small groups of audience members to accompany Alice on her musical adventures in Wonderland. Guests follow Alice through the theater and grounds to meet new characters at each turn.
MARCH 28, APRIL 2 & 4: Join Once Upon an Island for an exciting Easter party in the park including games, crafts, music, and a character hosted Easter Egg Hunt. Pet and feed a real bunny and take photos with the Easter Bunny inside their shop.
SUNDAY, MARCH 28: Join Bowers Museum virtually to celebrate Spring! This festival features performers, artmaking, food recipes, and a special performance by Orange County Ballet Theater.
Spring break workshops with live instructor-led sessions to spark kids' creativity while also teaching problem-solving and critical thinking skills through Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) activities. Kids will have so much fun creating, they don't even realize that they are learning.
APRIL 1 - JULY 31: Visit South Coast Botanic Garden for this new exhibit featuring an immersive butterfly pavilion, an emergence chamber with caterpillars and pupae, and new garden plantings of tulips, pollinators, and other butterfly-attracting flowers.
APRIL 3: Register early––class size is limited! Kids bring your parents and learn how to grow your own tomatoes this summer. You’ll be off to a great start with your own tomato plant and everything you need to know to plant and care for it. You and your family can look forward to harvesting sun-ripened tomatoes all summer long.
APRIL 5-9: Ages 5-7 become scientific investigators to unravel the mysteries of the ecosystems in Dana Point!
APRIL 12-16: Spring Break Nature Camp will provide a learning experience while also giving campers the opportunity to get outside for fresh air, physical activity, and a chance to hang out socially with their peers.
APRIL 12-16: Campers, ages 7-15, get hands-on with Robot Builder experiments in the morning, and sailing adventures and aquatics in the afternoon.
APRIL 17-18: Southern California Railway Museum is excited to host the Dino Train STEAM Festival, a unique, outdoor, socially-distanced, interactive experience created in partnership with PBS. Buddy the Dinosaur has been invited to the Museum to meet with his fans and highlight his favorite topics of Paleontology, Science, Technology,Engineering, Art, and Math.
SUNDAY, APRIL 25: Join Bowers Museum virtually to celebrate this traditional Japanese tradition with art, music and dance. Learn how to create a Bonsai tree, fold paper into an origami shape, and design an Ikebana Floral arrangement.