November 23 Newsletter
To Do: Have Fun!
Thanksgiving’s tomorrow, so I know you’re busy. I don’t want to add to your to-do list, but the season offers so many wonderful opportunities for family time.
First, though, figure out what your kids are going to do during their winter break from school. I’ve rounded up a great list of Winter Camps in the area, and the time to sign up is now. Your kids can get artsy, play sports, learn coding or even make their own movie!
Your kids will also need something special to wear to upcoming holiday events. But who wants to spend big on outfits they’ll wear just once? Check out local Resale Shops to find deals on holiday finery.
Next, take a second to remember the reason for the season by reading about Holiday Traditions L.A. families use to keep celebrations special. Maybe one or two will inspire you.
Happy feasting, and enjoy the season.
I had to go out and find traditions to bring into my own family.
-Rina Baraz Nehdar
Nutcracker Goes West
The Broad Stage welcomes back the Westside Ballet, whose Nutcracker has been enchanting local audiences for over 40 years.
A Constructive Zone
Kids can have some constructive fun at Kidspace participating in a communal craft project where they will help build a cardboard city.
That frozen fantasy land, CHILL, is back with its wintry favorites, plus a Lewis Carroll theme to its ice dome experience. Read more…
A Kingly Ice Rink
The L.A. Kings Holiday Ice Rink opens at LA Live so you can skate before, or after, seeing the real Kings in Staples Center.
Ride A Santa Train
The holiday trains are rolling again on the Fillmore & Western tracks, so here is your chance to ride the rails with Santa. Read more…
Enchanted Light Show
"A Forest of Light" can be explored at Descanso Gardens, which is premiering Enchanted, a dazzling new holiday light installation. Read more…
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