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February 1: HUT-HUT-HIKE. Get into the spirit of Superbowl weekend with your little one. Reserve your spot on the team at 714-886-2811 or email us at email@example.com.
February 1: Life-sized Hot Wheels, raffle prizes, Hot Wheels + Endless Tracks, train rides, and much more!
Join the Ocean Institute’s marine educators in exploring the ocean from the top to bottom, while searching for some of the world’s largest and smallest creatures during our 2.5-hour long marine life exploration program.
February: Enjoy some hands-on family crafting! Grownups and kids will work together to design and create fun holiday projects.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year at The Huntington as the Year of the Rat begins. The festivities will include lion dancers, mask-changing performances, martial arts, Chinese music and dance, painting and calligraphy demonstrations, children's activities, and more.
Celebrate Lunar New Year with a street festival covering five full city blocks, with lion dances, kung fu demonstrations and other ethnic performances. Young and old alike enjoy fun giveaways, games and ethnic foods.
February 1: The Summer Opportunities Fair (SOF) is a community service event that provides a venue for parents and children to learn about summer programs. This event is free, open to the general public, and fun-filled with food vendors and activities for kids!
Celebrate Lunar New Year and the Year of the Rat at Irvine Spectrum Center in the Giant Wheel courtyard. Activities include: Chinese Dragon Dance, Lion Dance, greeter distributing fortune cookies, lucky envelopes, arts and crafts, and entertainment.
This free event will include two Chinese Lion Dance performances, Kid's Crafts, Balloon Art, Lunar New Year Specials, and the first 500 people will receive Lucky Red Envelopes.
Celebrating the Year of the Earth Rat, the festival features entertainment, family workshops, food and craft vendors. The Golden Dragon Parade is the oldest celebration of its kind in America.
Look through a large variety of professional and home-built telescopes to view the sun, planets, the moon and deep sky objects like double-stars, star clusters, and nebulae.
February 1: BOOM! POW! WHAM! Bring your ideas for a comic to life with free session on character development and design at Atomic Basement Comic Store.
You're invited to a Gala Benefiting Orange County Children’s Theatre, celebrating 50 years of entertaining kids, ages 5-18, in Orange County! The special fundraiser event includes dinner, auctions, raffles, and special performance by Broadway star Krysta Rodriguez.
Join Pretend City for a month of new cultural celebrations, educational programming, and engaging art activities. February brings celebrations in honor of Black History Month, Asian Culture, Valentine's Day, President's Day and more. Plus, monthly infants-exclusive events, free health screenings, and family autism night. Join in on the fun!
Join the Hammer Museum for a free screening of The Great Muppet Caper. Reporting on a British jewel heist, intrepid journalists Kermit, Fozzie, and Gonzo settle in at the raucous Happiness Hotel in England and seek the victim of the theft. When Miss Piggy is framed for the crime, Kermit and company work to clear her name. Recommended for ages 5 and up. Parking, $7.
Celebrate the Year of the Rat with dance, music and art from China, Vietnam and Korea. Dragon and lion dances by JC Culture will welcome in the new year.
February 2, 9, 16, and 23: Make, look, and talk about art at Andell Family Sundays! This weekly family event features artist-led workshops and friendly gallery tours and activities thematically based on special exhibitions and LACMA’s permanent collection. Create memories together and have fun!
The first Tuesday of each month: Explore the world of art through free-family night. Learn new techniques and practice your skills during workshops.
February 5: Brains, gut and goo-oh my! Let your child explore the wonders of human anatomy.
Meet representatives from each of ABC Unified School District's 21 magnet schools and view highlights from each program.
Families can both save money and make money! Consignors earn top dollar, while buyers save money purchasing name brand, new and nearly-new items.
Go on a thrilling musical adventure filled with magic, mystery and fantastical creatures! Young Minli’s poor village desperately needs good fortune. So she sets out on a quest to find The Old Man in the Moon, who holds all the answers to life’s questions. Adapted from the best-selling book based on Chinese folklore.
February 7: Feel the burn with your little one! Get a full-body one-hour workout with your little one in a stroller, followed by a playdate at BubblePOP!
This family friendly tour teaches about the history and development of the harbor, from Native Americans to the recreational harbor there is today.
February 7: Get your little loved one ready for Valentine's Day. Spots fill up quickly! Call to reserve your spot now.
February 7: Not Sure How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Your Little One(s)? Celebrate the cutest Valentine’s Day of all with the person you love most—your kiddo!
At the center of every circus rests a 42-foot ring full of thrills, laughs, and excitement. Cirque Mechanics dares us to leap into the circus ring and experience the timelessness of this evolving art form.
Join the Ocean Institute for a tidepool hike led by one of their expert naturalists! The hike will take you into the rocky Marine Conservation Area located directly behind the Ocean Institute. Families can explore the area and search for snails, crabs, sea stars, and other animals that make the tidepools their home.
Kick off the Year of the Rat at the first annual "Southbay Lunar Fest". The event will host over 75 food and merchandise vendors, live performances, and fun Lunar surprises. Enjoy Lion Dancers, Chinese instrument orchestra, and the Shaolin Kung Fu. Cosplay Contest.
February 8: Share the love with some furry, four-legged friends this Valentine's Day. Kids the chance to win a pizza party for their class. You may end up falling in love with a new friend or critter!
Celebrate the Lunar New Year by learning traditional Chinese brush painting techniques with artist Peifang Liang and create your own lucky new year painting to mark the Year of the Rat
Join the Ocean Institute to learn about tides and how sea level rise is impacting our local coastline, then head to the local marine protected area to document the effects of the King Tides as a citizen scientist for the California King Tide Project.
February 8: Spread the love this Valentine's Day with classical cards and tokens of love.
February 8: Celebrate America's 16th President at the Lincoln Memorial Shrine's 48th Annual Open House.
Select dates, January 11 - May 30: The Pet Care Patch Workshop at spcaLA is for young animal lovers, ages 6-12, who are interested in learning about proper animal care and age–appropriate animal issues.
February 8: This sweet event has something for all members of the family. Admission is free with tickets for 12 tastings costing $10.
Celebrate the year of the rat with a traditional lion dance, red envelope giveaway, learn the art of Chinese calligraphy and more!
Fathers and their daughters are invited to join a country western-themed Father-Daughter Dance.
Each table will be hosted by one of A Faery Hunt’s charming faeries. English Tea Sandwiches, shortbread cookies, faery fruit and veggies, and Fairy Tea will be served. Then time with each faery with story time, laughs and surprises.
February 9: WOOF! Contestants ranging in age from four months to 17 years are expected to again travel to Long Beach to compete for the coveted titles to join Haute Dog Pageants for their 16th Annual Bulldog Beauty Contest.
February 9: Help the professor celebrate his birthday at his free party! Learn all about science and more!
Sunday Circle is a monthly event for the children, volunteers and staff of The Friendship Circle to come together for a variety of entertainment, recreation and enrichment activities such as music, art, sports, and dance sessions.
February 9, 16 and 23: Explore the wilderness of Los Angeles on a family friendly hike. For children ages 7 to 12.
February 10: Love is in the air, take a whiff! Make your very own, one of a kind plant valentines card at the LA County Arboretum and Botanic Garden.
February 10 and 17: Skate all day long!
February 10: Enjoy this free Valentine's Day craft and card workshop.
February 11: Celebrate Valentine's Day with your little sweetheart. For babies 0 to 8 months.
February 11: Celebrate Valentine's Day with your little sweetheart. For babies 6 to 14 months.
February 12: Learn the ins-and-outs of how to keep your little ones safe. Instructed by certified safety technicians, parents will learn all about California's child passenger safety seat regulations and more.
This delightful, wildly theatrical adaptation brings Madeleine L’Engle’s acclaimed story magically to life. Plus, enjoy photos and autographs after each performance. Great for the entire family (recommended for age 4+).