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The Roadium is reviving its classic 1950's drive-in for a one-of-a-kind movie-going experience this summer. Every weekend, guests can enjoy a great film in this throwback retro setting, along with hot food, movie concessions, and more!
Join this naturalist-led walk in Coyote Hills! It’s a moderately easy 2 to 2 1/2 mile hike (with some uphill climbing) suitable for the entire family.
July 16 & 21: Reserve tickets on July 9 or July 16 at 9 a.m., respectively. Enjoy The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens all for free! All visitors including members need advance reservation for Free Day.
July 9 & 16: Reserve your free table, then dine on takeout from local restaurants and enjoy lively music and giveaways!
July 17-27: Virtual fairgoers can learn how to create crafts, make deep-fried Oreos, tour the Centennial Farm and lots more!
Airsoft bootcamp for kids (ages 10-16) includes airsoft rental gear, beginning and advanced training, pizza and drinks, product giveaways and more.
June 28 & July 26: The festival may be virtual, but the fun is real! Enjoy dancing, art projects, and a food experience from the comfort of your home via live stream on Bowers Museum's Facebook page.
The Summer Drive-In Series brings movies on the big screen and live concerts to the Orange County Great Park in drive-in format every Saturday this August. Park your cars and bring a picnic basket or plan to purchase treats from gourmet food trucks.
August 15: Join discussions with real rocket scientists, engage in online activities and watch hourly model rocket launches.
Life-sized Hot Wheels, raffle prizes, Hot Wheels + Endless Tracks, train rides, and much more!
First Saturday of every month: Join the museum for their monthly Living History Flying Days. Each day begins with a seminar with panelists who are experts in the topic of the day and special exhibits.
November 7-8: The largest spring event of its kind in Southern California, the Pow Wow at Cal State Long Beach is focused on displaying the university’s strong American Indian presence. This two-day event features American Indian dancing, arts, crafts and food.