7 Don’t Miss Events in January

  • Laugh at Loony Pirates

    Gilbert & Sullivan’s classic comic opera “The Pirates of Penzance” becomes even zanier in the Pasadena Playhouse’s production. (Set sail Jan. 23)

  • Go Nutty at Knott’s

    Share Knott’s Berry Farm’s festive Peanuts Celebration with Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the Peanuts gang. (Meet the gang Jan. 27)

  • Get a Slice of Japanese Culture

    Arts, crafts and food are on the menu of cultural activities at the Japanese American National Museum’s Oshogatsu Festival. (Head Downtown Jan. 7)

  • Enjoy Free Music, Dance and Theater

    An annual tradition, Loyola Marymount University presents an eclectic free concert of the arts for children (and adults). (Catch the performance Jan. 28)

  • Experience an Electrifying Time with Ben Franklin

    Join Ben Franklin when the International Printing Museum throws a historically amusing birthday party in his honor. (Meet Ben Jan. 20)

  • Have a Ball Watching the Golden Dragon Acrobats

    These world-renowned Chinese performers deliver an amazing display of gymnastic skill and artistic grace in their show. (Ooh and Ah Jan. 28)

  • Migrate to the Whale Fiesta

    It’s time again to celebrate the Pacific gray whale migration with a ton of whale-related fun at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium. (Migration starts Jan. 28)

In January you can meet pirates, Ben Franklin and the Peanuts Gang, frolic with whales and golden dragon acrobats, enjoy free entertainment and learn about Japanese culture.

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