Whatever Holidays you celebrate, you’ll find lots of fun to do in Los Angeles on Christmas Day!
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It’s that time of year – time for LA parents to pile the family in the car and go out and get a Christmas tree. But instead of driving around searching for the “perfect tree,” we’re here to help with a list of 10 Great Christmas Tree Lots in and Around Los Angeles.
This eight-night Festival of Lights is being celebrated all around Los Angeles with lots of fun, memorable events. Here are twenty sites hosting family-friendly Hanukkah celebrations.
The Rose Bowl parade and football game are annual Southern California New Year’s Day traditions, and they have been for the past 100+ years. It all happens in Pasadena, thanks to the efforts of the Tournament of Roses, and if you’ve never been, but have always wanted to go, here’s all you need to know.
Here in Southern California, we can celebrate the holidays at the beach and the mountains (even on the same day), but if you’re looking for something near the shore, we suggest a boat parade! Families can enjoy several annual Christmas Boat Parades and Holiday Boat Parades that are scheduled throughout the month of December.
Are you looking for fun things to do in Los Angeles during Thanksgiving week? The kids are off school, family may be coming into town, and you’ve got a lot of days to fill. Luckily, there is always something fun to do in and around LA.
Christmas means family. And families must eat. But if you’d rather not spend hours in the kitchen, there are plenty of restaurants all around Los Angeles that will be open Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day and that make lovely settings for memorable family holiday meals.
As the air grows crisper and the nights longer, a wave of festive excitement sweeps through Southern California. ‘Tis the season when the Los Angeles transforms into a winter wonderland, and the famed shopping malls and fabulous hotels and resorts across the region come alive with the magic of Christmas and holiday cheer.
Depending on the age of the children in your family, you may not be able to wait for midnight to celebrate the New Year. And in Southern California, that’s no problem. There are lots of family-friendly ways to celebrate the New Year!
Before the kids get too involved with their holiday wish lists, help them remember that this is the season of giving. Here are seven suggestions for ways to get involved, give back, and help make this holiday season a little brighter for others.