Pasadena Playhouse Presents- Sleeping Beauty and her Winter Knight

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This week!!!!! Heres another Great outing for the whole Family a different type of adventure 🙂 Coming To the Pasadena Playhouse Dec 10th-Jan 4th is Sleeping Beauty and her Winter Knight.

Before every performance, guests and their families are invited to enjoy a “Winter Wonderland” event in The Playhouse’s Engemann Family Courtyard, complete with holiday carolers, crafts, activities, games, Santa Claus and photo opportunities.

And for those of you with kids that Love to sing and be on stage ( Like our Sophia) 😉 GOLDEN TICKETS are available as an add-on to any child’s ticket for an additional $50.00 each (limit of 10 Golden Tickets available per performance). A Golden Ticket provides the ticketholder (children only) with a special onstage sing-a-long experience during the production, a gift bag with special surprises, a SLEEPING BEAUTY collectible poster, and one free photo with Santa!!! this sounds Amazing!!!

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Olivia Holt
of Disney’s “I Didn’t Do It”
Lucy Lawless
of “Xena: Warrior Princess”
Garrett Clayton
of Disney’s “Teen Beach Movie”
Patrick Cassidy
of Broadway’s “42nd Street”
David Engel
of Broadway’s “La Cage Aux Folles”
Tamyra Gray
of “American Idol”
Ben Giroux
of CW’s “Hart of Dixie”

We Cant wait to take the Kids 🙂

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Santa’s Wonderland

Its that Time again!!! Santa is over at Bass Pro Shop #Santas wonderland. We’ve been taking or kids for the last 3 years and are always happy with our Pictures. Its been the same Santa every year so the kids really believe its the Real Santa 🙂 Heres our pics for 2011

kids santa pics 2011 kids santa pics 2011 pic 2 You get a FREE 4×6 studio-quality photo and the Photo Packages are very Reasonable. We love bringing the kids to take their Santa Pics here because it well organized. If the Line gets a little to long (over 30min) they give you a Bass Pass a designated time to come back. There is so much to do while you wait. They have fun activities set up of the kids like these here 🙂 or of course do a little shopping 😉 another great thing is that there are so many snacks to buy in case you or the kids need a little something.

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If shooting isn’t your thing there is also Archery, Remote Control Race cars, Remote Control Monster Trucks, Video Games and Crafts.


Beautiful Merry Go Round









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DSC_0527Ummmm…. Sophia its not real snow don’t eat it!! 😉




The Event Schedule is :

Now through 12/06 

Mon-Fri Santa Pics from 3-8pm Crafts from 5-7pm and Games and activities are all day 

Saturday-Santa Pics 10-8pm Crafts noon-5pm and Games and activities are all day 

Sunday-Santa Pics noon-5pm Crafts noon-5pm and Games and activities are all day

Ca Locations have a special time on Thanksgiving Santa pics from 10-5 and Crafts 3-5pm

Friday 11/28 Santa Pics from 10-8pm and Crafts 5-7 and Games and activities are all day


Dec 7-24th 

Mon-Fri Santa Pics from 10am-8pm Crafts from 5-7pm and Games and activities all day 

Saturday-Santa Pics from 10am-8pm Crafts Noon-5pm and Games and activities all day

Sunday-Santa Pics from 10am-5pm crafts Noon-5pm and Games and activities all day

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L.A. Zoo Lights


Another Great Reason to visit the Los Angeles Zoo 🙂 This holiday season for the very first time, the Los Angeles Zoo changes stripes from a daytime adventure to a dazzling winter wonderland known as “L.A. ZOO LIGHTS”, which electrifies guests as it transforms the Zoo’s enchanting environment into a series of awe-inspiring animal escapades rendered in led lights, lasers, 3D projections, spectacular sets and interactive displays. Open nightly from Friday, November 28, 2014, to Sunday, January 4, 2015, 6 to 10 pm (except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day), this magical new experience is destined to become a wondrous, “don’t-miss” holiday tradition. “L.A. ZOO LIGHTS,” bringing lights back to Griffith Park for the first time since 2009, is produced and presented by the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association and made possible with support from Councilmember Tom LaBonge, City of Los Angeles, 4th District.

Griffith Park is accessible to so many residents of Los Angeles and occupies a special place in the hearts of many,” says LaBonge, one of the driving forces behind “L.A. ZOO LIGHTS” who wanted to provide Angelenos with a holiday activity to replace the beloved DWP Holiday Light Festival. “”L.A. Zoo Lights” is a new and different experience that people are going to love and cherish as they get out of their cars and walk through an amazing holiday wonderment with remarkable LED lights.”
An ideal family outing, meet-up with friends or date night, “L.A. ZOO LIGHTS”‘ self-guided 60- to 90-minute tour through select areas of the Zoo (while the animals themselves are asleep) introduces guests to a clever troop of animated LED “monkeys” commandeering an electrical power source hidden in an unusual holiday tree. They swing through the entry plaza to guide an illuminated power line toward a giant electrical “outlet,” attempting to plug it in. Will they succeed? YES! The Zoo lights up, and guests follow the “monkeys” as they encounter an illuminated “Reggie the alligator,” an origami “rhino,” singing “elephants,” and a party of musical pink “flamingos” fronted by their DJ leader, to name a few. Along the way, “L.A. ZOO LIGHTS” offers the only opportunity in Los Angeles to see real reindeer, lit by elegant “chandeliers,” (“L.A. ZOO LIGHTS”‘ sole live animals), plus weekend-only visits with Santa Claus, perched atop a throne seemingly carved from ice, and an unexpected Hollywood ending featuring a red carpet bustling with paparazzi “animals.” Other special effects range from 3-D holiday-themed animations projected onto a group of palm trees and a “bird” who flies to a nest filled with golden disco balls, to freeway-driving “animals” on their way to the “L.A. ZOO LIGHTS” opening against a backdrop of Los Angeles landmarks and a group of giant “bullfrogs” made from 3,750 water bottles lit from within, plus much more. Among the evening’s sights are giant floating snowflakes, glittering light tunnels, animal cutouts and icicle lights. Although the Department of Water and Power’s wildly popular Holiday Light Festival is a bygone Griffith Park holiday tradition, and while “L.A. ZOO LIGHTS” is a completely different, well, animal, it pays homage to the Festival with a nostalgic nod to the past by featuring some classic pieces, including the Hollywood sign, the downtown LA skyline and City Hall. Steaming hot chocolate and other holiday treats and goodies for sale are also part of the fun.

L.A. ZOO LIGHTS”‘ techno wizardry is designed by art director Gregg Lacy and Bionic League, a live event lighting design company known for magnificent light shows for festivals, stadiums, arenas, clubs, and artists like Daft Punk, Kanye West and many others.
Daytime visitors to the Zoo can see the reindeer during regular hours, which are 10 am to 5 pm, along with a flurry of seasonal festivities and yuletide flourishes, plus weekend visits by Santa Claus.

Admission to “L.A. ZOO LIGHTS” is– $13 for adults/seniors and $11 for children ages 2 to 12; tickets for GLAZA members are $12 for adults/seniors and $10 for children ages 2 to 12; children under age two 2 are free. Purchase tickets online to attend during the first two weeks (Nov 28 – Dec 11) for the online-only Early Bird Rate of $8 each.

The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens is located in Griffith Park—5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027. Free parking is available. For additional information, contact (323) 644-6042 or visit

Kids Space Free Family Night — November


Its that Time again 🙂 Kids Space Free Family night is today hard to believe the First Tuesday of the month is here again. 🙂

Free Family Night:
Tuesday, November 4, 4:00 to 8:00 pm – Celebrate California’s native cultures during Free Family Night in November. Grind rocks to make paint and use it to create Chumash-inspired cave paintings, explore native instruments and music, and enjoy Native American storytelling in the Celebration Center at 6:30 pm. Free Family Night is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Michael J. Connell Foundation, and the City of Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission. Admission is free from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. – See more at:



Kidspace Children’s Museum
480 North Arroyo Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91103
Telephone: (626) 449-9144
Fax: (626) 449-9985
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