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Greater Los Angeles has festivities taking place all through the year including concerts, festivals, fairs and sporting events.


The list below presents an overview of the major events in the Los Angeles area.

January
College Baseball
From the crack of the bat to the slide on into home, NCAA baseball packs a wallop of home run frenzy for what's oft called America's favorite pastime. Diamond action starts in January, continuing through most of June.
CSU Fullerton Titans, CSU Long Beach 49ers, CSU Los Angeles Golden Eagles, CSU Northridge Matadors, Loyola Marymount Lions, Pepperdine Waves, UC Irvine Anteaters, UC Santa Barbara Gauchos, UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans


Tournament of Roses
Nearly a million spectators gather in Pasadena to watch marching bands and floats embellished with floral arrangements parade prior to the afternoon Rose Bowl Game. Call (626) 449-4100 for more information.
EROS Day Party
Pleasures, erotic entertainment, and sex-revolutionary art are featured at the Speakeasy Gallery, with aphrodisiac buffet, open bar, music and dancing, celebrity appearances, and more. Reservations required. Call (213) 749-1330 for more information.
Rose Bowl Flea Market
Pasadena's Rose Bowl Flea Market, staged rain or shine monthly on the second Sunday, offers early admission discount tickets at many area antique stores, with group rates and annual passes available. Call (323) 560-7469 for more information.
Chinese New Year & Lantern Festival
More than 50,000 Asians, 20,000 Latinos, and 10,000 Angelinos celebrate the Chinese New Year in South El Monte with arts/crafts, food and carnival rides. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Kingdom Day Parade
The Council on Racial Equality (CORE) sponsors a parade honoring Martin Luther King, extending on a two-mile route from Martin Luther King Boulevard. Call (323) 299-1234 for more information.


February
Whale Watching
Los Angeles city harbor is the departure point for assorted viewing excursions as gray whales migrate from Alaska to Baja Mexico during February. Call (310) 548-6279 for more information.
Festival de San Valentin
Families from Mexico, Central / South America, and the Caribbean (21 Latin countries in all) celebrate Valentine's Day at this festival with arts & crafts, traditional foods, carnival rides, games and more. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Monterey Park Lantern Festival
Symbolizing family reunion and happy living, Monterey Park Lantern Festival attractions include arts and crafts vendors, a food court, carnival, and kid zone. Call (805) 499-7880 for more information.
Chinese New Year
Hand-painted dragons and floats parade along North Broadway near North Spring Street in Chinatown. Call (213) 617-0396 for more information.
Firecracker Run
This foot race begins in Chinatown, benefiting the Need 2 Read Literacy Program. Call (323) 256-1363 for more information.
Healthcare Street Fair
Feria de La Salud -- Healthcare Street Fair -- attracts more than 20,000 Latinos from Mexico, Caribbean, Central and South America living in Los Angeles area communities, bringing families to Venice Boulevard at Western Avenue for free health exams: mammograms, and tests for diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure, plus vaccines for youngsters, and more. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Frank Sinatra Celebrity Invitational
Benefiting the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center in Rancho Mirage, the Frank Sinatra Celebrity Invitational pairs amateurs with celebrities for two days of golf, and three evening parties. Call (760) 340-2336 for more information.
March
Easter Sunrise at Hollywood Bowl
Among the world's largest natural amphitheaters now seating just under 18,000, the Hollywood Bowl has been home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic since opening in 1922, also showcasing varied other events including this special Easter Sunrise service. Call (323) 850-2000 for more information.
City of Los Angeles Marathon
Participants run or walk the 26-mile course through Los Angeles starting at Disney Hall, often pausing to enjoy live bands along the way. Call (310) 444-5544 for more information.
Academy Awards Ceremony
Hollywood's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences stages its Oscars ceremony at Kodak Theatre, broadcast around the world. Call (310) 247-3000 for more information.
Blessing of the Animals
Los Angeles' version of the Spanish Catholic Feast of St. Anton, where priests bless farmers and sprinkle holy water on livestock, unfolds the last weekend of March near the Pueblo de Los Angeles Monument. Instead of livestock, residents bring dogs, pot-bellied pigs, snakes, ferrets and other exotics to receive blessings. Call (213) 628-7164 for more information.
Festival de los Ninos (Easter Street Fair)
On Easter weekend, the Latin community presents an Easter Street Fair at Cesar E. Chavez Avenue and Soto Street, featuring free toys for children, arts, crafts, rides, refreshments and more. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Palmdale Almond Blossom Festival
At George Lane Park, the Palmdale Almond Blossom Festival annually attracts more than 20,000 for arts, crafts, food, carnival rides, live music and more. Call (818) 734-2744 for more information.
Minimalist Jukebox Festival
Staged at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Minimalist Jukebox Festival is a two-week salute to the progressive musical movement known as Minimalism, presented by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Call (323) 850-2000 for more information.
April
Major League Baseball
Nothing signals advent of spring more than baseball with a capital B, tightly meshed into American culture with historic firsts, icon performances, record-setting events, and traditions from hot dogs slathered in mustard to unexpected curveballs, and seventh-inning stretches. Books and movies about baseball are fine and dandy, but nothing beats Major League Baseball action, playing out each season from April through the World Series.
Los Angeles Angels - To book seats to root for your Los Angeles Angels, click here.
Los Angeles Dodgers - To book seats for the Los Angeles Dodgers, click here.


Major League Soccer
There's no end to the excitement each season as Major League Soccer teams from both the eastern and western conferences vie for glory in regular season matches, on to the play offs and cup finals.
Chivas USA - To get in on the action, and book seats for the Chivas USA, click here.
Los Angeles Galaxy - To book seats for the Los Angeles Galaxy, click here.


Santa Anita Derby
Foot racing, a microbrew competition and tasting, and other festivities accompany the Santa Anita Derby at the Santa Anita Race Track in Arcadia, northeast of Los Angeles, during the first week in April. Call (800) 574-6401 for more information.
Independent Film Festival
Amateur filmmakers attend workshops led by independent directors, while the public enjoys screenings of non-mainstream work sponsored by the Directors' Guild of America, during the last week in April. Call (310) 289-2000 for more information.
Festival De Los Ninos
On Easter weekend, the Latin community puts on an Easter Street Fair at Cesar E. Chavez venue and Soto Street, with free toys for kids, arts, crafts, rides, food, and more. Call (818) 734-2744 for more information.
Persian Food Festival
More than 10,000 with Mideastern roots gather in Tarzana to have a good time with food, musical, and cultural entertainment. Call (818) 734-2744 for more information.
May
Cinco de Mayo Festivals
Hispanic food, crafts and live music are featured in MacArthur Park, and a similar street festival takes place in Pasadena during the first week in May celebrating General Zaragoza's defeat of Napoleon III in the mid-1800s. Call (562) 495-5959 for more information.
Wilmington Cinco De Mayo Festival
Sponsored by the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce, this free festival celebrates the Cinco De Mayo with carnival rides and games, live music, gifts, food samples, and more. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Festival Dia de Las Madres
Mother's Day weekend brings a Festival Dia de Las Madres street fair to Vermont Avenue and Eighth Street with flavors of Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, some 20 Latin American nations in all. Fun includes rides, games, crafts, and food. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
NoHo Theatre & Arts Festival
Mid-May's NoHo Theatre & Arts Festival has grown over the past decade to entertain with live theater performances, concerts, Kids Kourt Stage activity, exhibits, international food, and more. Call (818) 506-3132 for more information.
Memorial Day Parade
The Armed Forces are honored with a parade of exotic cars, circus performers, celebrities and special floats, beginning at Canoga Park in the San Fernando Valley. Call (818) 887-0320 for more information.
Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest and Arts Festival
The Paramount Ranch in Agoura hosts a festival of live Bluegrass music and country dancing, during the third week of May. Call (818) 382-4819 for more information.
Sherman Oaks Celebrity Golf Classic
Promoted by the Sherman Oaks Chamber to benefit area public schools, the Golf Classic includes more than a dozen celebrities among 144 golfers, with a scramble, putting contest, shotgun start, lunch, awards dinner, and silent auction. Call (818) 380-2549 for more information.
Memorial Day Festival
At Wilshire Boulevard and Alvarado Street, the Memorial Day Weekend brings a street festival with flavors of Mexico,and some 20 Latin nations in all. Call (818) 734-2744 for more information.
June
Playboy Jazz Festival
The Hollywood Bowl hosts famed and newcomer jazz musicians, some jamming together for the first time, traditionally hosted by Bill Cosby. Call (323) 850-2000 for more information.
Shakespeare by the Sea
Throughout June, July and into August, Shakespeare by the Sea presents free performances of Shakespeare classics at Point Fermin Park in San Pedro, on weekend evenings. Call (310) 217-7596 for more information.
Kids Rock Free Concert and Nature Festival
In early to mid-June, Hancock Park, between the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the La Brea Tar Pits, hosts a family friendly concert for kids to benefit the Children's Nature Institute, featuring eco-art booths, animal exhibits, live entertainment and healthy cuisine from the food truck. Call (213) 746-2966 for more information.
Los Angeles Film Festival
In mid-June, many theaters in the Los Angeles area participate in screening the finest entries of American and international filmmakers, which attracts film industry professionals, filmmakers, and new talent from around the world, sponsored by the Los Angeles Times. Call (323) 645-6800 for more information.
Cajun and Zydeco Festival
Rainbow Lagoon Park, behind the Long Beach Convention Center, hosts a food and music festival with a Mardi Gras spirit. Call (562) 427-8834 for more information.
Ha-Ha Comedy Festival
Comedians appear throughout the Noho Arts District, in North Hollywood around Vineland Avenue. Call (818) 754-COMEDY for more information.
Make Music Pasadena
During the Summer Solstice, all day and night on June 21, the city of Pasadena celebrates World Music Day in and around major city venues including Old Pasadena, the Playhouse District, One Colorado, municipal parks, and building lobbies with a variety of free musical performances, some of which happen spontaneously on sidewalks and in alleys all over town. Call (310) 524-0200 for more information.
Festival Dia del Padres
Father's Day weekend brings the Festival Dia del Padres street fair to Van Nuys Boulevard and Vanowen Street in Van Nuys. Fun includes carnival rides, games, arts and crafts, and food geared to entertain more than 30,000 Latinos living nearby. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
July
4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza
The Home Depot Center - Soccer Stadium hosts a professional soccer game, preceded by a pre-game concert, and followed by fireworks, with prize giveaways and special family packages which include tickets, food and beverages. 18400 Avalon Boulevard, Carson. Call (323) 369-0878 for more information.
AmericaFest
Southern California's biggest Fourth of July fireworks display is accompanied by AmericaFest at the Rose Bowl, with special guest artists and music from the Pasadena Pops. Call (213) 480-3232 for more information.
Twilight Dance Series
Santa Monica Pier, at Ocean and Colorado Avenues, is the hot gathering spot every Thursday evening in July, for dancing to live jazz and blues. Call (310) 458-8900 for more information.
Antiques & Fine Art Fair
Eclectic exhibitions at Redondo Beach feature ancient through 20th century American, Asian, and English works including furnishings, paintings, accessories, ceramics, sculpture, maps and posters along with antique and estate jewelry. Call (310) 287-1896 for more information.
Hurricane Harbor
Pirates, shipwrecks, treasure chests and elaborate water rides are featured at Six Flags California. Call (818) 367-5965 for more information.
Sawdust Festival
Artists offer seminars or one-on-ones at the Sawdust Eucalyptus Grove fairground on Laguna Canyon Road in Laguna Beach. Call (949) 494-3030 for more information.
Red Carpet Boutique
With a portion of proceeds to benefit Step Up Women's Network, Red Carpet Boutique fashionistas check out merchandise from more than 70 designers at steep discounts, with tickets covering DJs and entertainment, refreshments, and goodie bags. Call (310) 770-4764 for more information.
August
Tofu Festival
This soybean curd adventure, featuring tofu cheesecake and tofu ceviche, happens on the first weekend in August in Joe's Auto Park Lot, sponsored by the Little Service Center. Call (310) 656-1616 for more information.
Ecuadorian Festival & Parade
Early in August, La Placita Olvera hosts thousands of Ecuadorians and other Latinos in a cultural festival featuring authentic food, live entertainment, dancing, arts and crafts, products, free health screenings and carnival games. Main Street and Cesar Chavez Avenue. Call (213) 448-0398 for more information.
World Animation Celebration
Cinematic and web animation techniques are explored throughout Hollywood during the second week of August. Call (818) 575-9615 for more information.
Surf Festival
Lifeguards from Australia compete with Americans at surfing, volleyball, swimming and running, at Manhattan, Redondo and Hermosa Beaches in South Bay. Call (310) 305-9503 for more information.
Nautica Malibu Triathlon
A one-half mile swim in the ocean, 18 mile bike ride and 4 mile run through Malibu are featured in mid-August along Zuma Beach, to benefit the Children's Hospital Los Angeles' pediatric cancer research programs. 3000 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu. Call (213) 988-8344 for more information.
HoMosaic: A Queerscore / Homohop Festival
Staged at the LA Gay & Lesbian Center, HoMosaic: A Queerscore / Homohop Festival features the hottest young queer rockers and hip-hop artists. Call (323) 860-7300 for more information.
Serafemme Queer Women of Color Music Festival
Billed as LA's only queer women of color music festival, Serafemme includes headliners and more, with volunteers welcomed. Call (323) 656-8895 for more information.
AVP Manhattan Beach Open
Dozens of top professional beach volleyball athletes including Olympic gold medalists compete in a beach party atmosphere at the Manhattan Beach Pier. Call (310) 426-8000 for more information.
iPalpiti Festival of International Laureates
Towards the end of August, the iPalpiti Orchestra, an ensemble of prize-winning musicians from around the world, performs at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, under the direction of Maestro Eduard Schmieder. Call (310) 205-0511 for more information.
September
College Football
NCAA Football, created in 1997 to promote college football ideals, makes no bones about the importance of each game. Losing at any time during the season can thwart a team's chances for postseason action or an NCAA Championship. No wonder NCAA Football marketers have adopted a tagline of "NCAA Football: Every Game Counts."
UCLA Bruins - To cheer on your favorites and book seats for the UCLA Bruins, click here.
USC Trojans - To book seats for the USC Trojans, click here.


Sweet and Hot Jazz Festival
The Los Angeles Airport Marriott Hotel on West Century Boulevard hosts famed jazz musicians during Labor Day weekend. Call (310) 641-5700 for more information.
Labor Day Festival
Less than 20 miles from downtown Los Angeles, the City of Compton and its large black and Latino populations celebrate Labor Day with a street fair brimming with carnival rides and games, service and product booths, crafts, food and more. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Art in the Park
Art in the Park, staged by the Park La Brea Arts Council at Park La Brea Apartments, showcases world-class artists, with live entertainment, a food court and more. Festivities benefit Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times. Admission, parking and shuttle service are free. Call (323) 525-1908 for more information.
Harvest Festival
The Godfrey Magic Show and an exposition of hand-painted clothing and food booths are featured at the Long Beach Convention Center on Ocean Boulevard. Call (562) 436-3661 for more information.
El Dieciseis de Septiembre
Broadway's Grand Central Market and the covered market at City Hall on Spring Street host this Mexican festival of food and dancing. Call (213) 624-7300 for more information.
Santa Monica Arts Festival
This Main Street festival features the visual arts, plus jazz, blues, and other music, and a food court with offerings from around the world. Call (805) 461-6700 for more information.
Fashion Circus
Pasadena Conference Center is the place for Fashion Circus 3, an indie shopping extravaganza with "here today, gone tomorrow" items, gift bags, discounted product offers, samples, and more. Call (310) 528-1753 for more information.
MacArthur Park Festival
MacArthur Park Festival, at Wilshire Boulevard and Alvarado Street, includes carnival rides, games, exhibits, music and food targeting more than 30,000 Latinos living nearby. Call (818) 734-2744 for more information.
October
National Hockey League
The National Hockey League's rough and tumble world packs a motherlode of milestones, from 1917's NHL opener, to when Maurice Richard was first to score 50 goals in one season in 1944-45, to when Clint Benedict was the first goalie to put on a mask after a shot knocked him unconscious, to when Manon Rheaume made headlines in 1992 as the first woman playing in one of the four major sports leagues, goaltending for the Tampa Bay Lightning against the St. Louis Blues. From October on, it's non-stop action in the world of hat tricks -- three goals in a game by a player -- and sudden death overtime.
Los Angeles Kings - To book for the Los Angeles Kings, click here.
Anaheim Mighty Ducks - To book for the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, click here.


Tastes of the Harvest - Evening of Wine and Roses
At the beginning of October, Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center hosts a cocktail party and silent auction, featuring wine tasting, fine cuisine and dancing to benefit the Emergency Room. Call (818) 502-2375 for more information.
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum
Shakespearean plays are accompanied with picnics each weekend in this open-air botanical theater. Call (310) 455-2322 for more information.
True Blue
Staged at Paramount Studios, the Los Angeles Police Foundation salutes the L.A.P.D. with annual Crystal Angel Awards for outstanding community service. Actor Tony Danza was master of ceremonies in 2005. Call (818) 242-9108 for more information.
Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo
The Pomona Fairplex hosts hundreds of vendors in an exposition of off-road vehicles and accessories, featuring live entertainment and celebrity appearances. Call (317) 236-6515 for more information.
Stand Up For Skateparks
A-list celebrities including Sean Penn and David Spade are behind Stand Up For Skateparks, a Tony Hawk Foundation family event to help create public skateparks in communities nationwide. Call (310) 201-5033 for more information.
Denim and Diamonds for Autism
In the middle of October, the Ahmanson Ranch in Calabasas hosts a celebrity benefit featuring dancing, live entertainment, live and silent auctions, and a seated dinner, to support ACT Today's grant programs for families dealing with autism. 25345 Mureau Road. Call (661) 478-6512 for more information.
Festival de Las Americas
Families from 21 Latin countries including Mexico, the Caribbean, and South America celebrate the Discovery of America (Dia de La Raza / Dia de La Hispanidad / Columbus Day) at this street fair on Pico Boulevard at Western Avenue with arts, crafts, food, rides, games, and more. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Ventura Harvest Festival
In mid-October, the Ventura County Fairgrounds at Seaside Park hosts the Original Arts and Crafts Show, live music, a Kid Zone featuring an interactive pumpkin patch, and much more. Call (415) 447-3205 for more information.
Calabasas Pumpkin Festival
Food, live entertainment, games and, of course, pumpkin fun for the entire family takes place at Paramount Ranch. Call (818) 878-4225 for more information.
Oktoberfest
Among many beer festivals in Los Angeles, Oktoberfest is staged in Torrance at the Alpine Village with contests and live German bands. Call (310) 327-4384 for more information.
Hollywood Film Festival
Celebrating excellence in filmmaking, this festival brings together main stream Hollywood with independent productions and foreign entries as well, with screenings at local theaters. Call (310) 288-1882 for more information.
H.A.G Fest
Affectionately known as the H.A.G. Fest, Alpine's Health / Arts / Global Music Fest provides mini-sessions with both alternative and conventional healers, organic food, speakers, art, music, and more. Call (619) 445-5249 for more information.
Art International
In Santa Monica's Barker Hangar, Art International presents a focused exhibition of American, European, Asian, and Latin American Art from periods including Impressionist, Modern, Post-War, and Contemporary. Call (310) 287-1896 for more information.
Accessible City Expo
At the Los Angeles Convention Center, the Department of Disability presents its free community resources and employment fair. Call (213) 485-6334 for more information.
Rouhi Dance Studio's Halloween Party
The instructors at Rouhi Dance Studio host a special Halloween party featuring demonstrations of contemporary dance styles, including Belly Dance, Tango, Salsa, Hip Hop, Pop, Zumba and Thriller. 19320 Ventura Boulevard, Tarzana. Call (818) 609-9991 for more information.
November
College Basketball
First devised by James Naismith in 1891, with the first recorded collegiate game in 1893, legions testify there's no sound so soothing as a basketball whooshing through the net after a flick of the wrist. NCAA basketball brings grass roots hoop dreams to an entirely new level each fall, building toward March Madness, the NCAA Division Basketball Championships.
CSU Long Beach 49ers, Loyola Marymount Lions, Pepperdine Waves, UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans, CSU Fullerton Titans, CSU Los Angeles Golden Eagles, CSU Northridge Matadors, UC Irvine Anteaters, UC Santa Barbara Gauchos
CSU Long Beach 49ers - To book seats for the CSU Long Beach 49ers, click here.
Loyola Marymount Lions - To book seats for the Loyola Marymount Lions, click here.
Pepperdine Waves - To book seats for the Pepperdine Waves, click here.
UCLA Bruins - To book seats for the UCLA Bruins, click here.
USC Trojans - To book seats for the USC Trojans, click here.


Los Angeles International Tamale Festival
Drawing tamale vendors, this three-day extravaganza represents Mexico, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and other locales with all sorts of tamale competitions. Family entertainment. Call (323) 318-4553 for more information.
Opportunity Green Conference
During the second week in November, Los Angeles Center Studios hosts the largest B2B multidisciplinary sustainability conference showcasing the leading products, companies and visionaries of the new green economy. 1201 West 5th Street. Call (310) 765-2233 for more information.
Doo Dah Parade
The Parade Unorganizers present this irreverent un-Rose Bowl parade, as a Doo Dah-style parody of the Tournament of Roses Parade in Old Town at Raymond Avenue and Holly Street. Call (626) 440-7379 for more information.
Trash to Treasure Kids Fair
STAR ECO Station is the venue for this trash-to-treasure recycled art contest with a grand prize challenging kids and friends to bring "salvaged sculptures" with other original artworks constructed out of recycled materials. Call (310) 842-8060 for more information.
Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra Concert
Santa Claus and Christmas carols are featured during the last week in November at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts. Call (562) 916-8500 for more information.
Hollywood Christmas Parade
Well-known entertainers participate in this parade from Van Ness to Bronson Avenue, by way of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, during the last week in November. Call (323) 469-2337 for more information.
December
Pomona Harvest Festival
Live music, food, arts and crafts are featured at the Fairplex in Pomona during the first weekend in December. Call (909) 623-3111 for more information.
Tropicalismo Winter Arts Gift Fair
Tropicalismo Winter Arts Gift Fair showcases fine art, jewelry, photography, ceramics, handmade bags, home accessories and much more in an alternative gallery setting with DJs, food, and drink. Call (213) 481-8112 for more information.
Festival Navideno de la Calle Ocho
Staged on 8th Street at Normandie Avenue in Los Angeles, more than 50,000 Latinos and other celebrants gather at this free festival with arts and crafts, live music, carnival rides, food samples and more. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Festival Navideno en Lynwood
More than 30,000 Latinos and other celebrants from communities of Lynwood, South Gate, Downey, Paramount, Compton, East Rancho Dominguez and elsewhere flock to this free festival and parade with arts and crafts, carnival rides, and more. Call (323) 962-4735 for more information.
Cajon Classic Cruise Parade of Lights
El Cajon's Main Street becomes the festive route for a parade heralding the holidays with classic cars and more. Celebrants bring a toy or canned goods for the Salvation Army and East County Hope charity drives. Call (619) 401-8858 for more information.
Light Up The Holiday Film Series
In El Cajon's Judson Park, holiday films are shown under stars every Friday evening throughout the holiday season with classics such A White Christmas and It's a Wonderful Life displayed on a large outdoor screen. Call (619) 401-8850 for more information.
North Pole Snow Show
North Pole Snow Show at the Pomona Fairplex brings thousands of prizes including snowboards, lift tickets, free trips, and more. Call (714) 496-6829 for more information.
Tournament of Lights
In mid-December, the harbor at Marina del Rey hosts a boat parade and fireworks. Call (310) 822-9455 for more information.
Reindeer Romp
Throughout December, special programs and train rides for kids, plus a special petting zoo with live reindeer are featured at the Los Angeles Zoo. Call (323) 644-6400 for more information.
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