7 Things You Should Do In March

  • Light Up Your Day

    Join the dragon dancers celebrating the end of the Chinese New Year at the at El Pueblo Historical Monument when the Chinese American Museum hosts its joyous Lantern Festival. (Celebrate lanterns March 3)

  • Get Artsy With the Family

    Pepperdine’s Family Arts Fest includes art-related activities, museum tours and 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. performances by bilingual children’s musician Sonia De Los Santos. (Do your part for art March 3)

  • Go Krazy With Krafts

    Families can dabble in paper making, origami, screen printing and other traditional graphic arts and crafts at the International Printing Museum’s Krazy Krafts Day. (Kraft along March 24)

  • Have A “Grrific” Day

    Fans of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” will be thrilled when the hit PBS Kids program visits Southern California with its live stage show. (Get ready to grrrr March 18)

  • Soar Like A Kite

    Spring is in the air, and so will be a vivid variety of kites at Redondo Beach’s colorful Festival of the Kite. (Launch your kite March 11)

  • See A World Of Talented Kids

    Enjoy martial arts demonstrations, Native American and Pacific Islander crafts and games and dance performances from many cultures at the International Children’s Festival. (Go multicultural March 17)

  • Cheer On The Daredevil Doggies

    You’ll be amazed at the tricks performed by the former rescue dogs in Chris Perondi’s Stunt Dog Experience. (Bark some applause March 18)

Get excited about talented kids, talented dogs and dragons, fly kites, make crazy crafts and get ready for a visit from Daniel Tiger.

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