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Jasper in Deadland to Premiere

Jasper in Deadland to Premiere

Students in the Pasadena Musical Theatre Program (PMTP) are set to premiere award-winning lyricist and composer Ryan Scott Oliver’s new pop/rock musical Jasper in Deadland in just one week. (Hot tip: last summer’s PMTP production won the Pasadena Weekly’s “Best Of” category for Best Theatrical Production beating out all other productions, professional or otherwise. This group […]

Little Kids, Big Accomplishment!

Little Kids, Big Accomplishment!

Last month, Pasadena’s very own Cottage Co-op Nursery School celebrated its partnership with Whole Foods Market in proper youngster fashion. The creative Co-op tots (and their lovely teachers) gathered at the Arroyo Parkway market’s community room to unveil a colorful door mosaic, which will permanently reside in the store as a token of friendship and […]

Dive-In Movie Night

Dive-In Movie Night

The June gloom has finally burned off, the July heat is here, and the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center has the perfect way to cool off: Back to the Future at the free Dive-In Movie Night this Fourth of July weekend. This classic family film will be projected onto a big screen with speakers placed around the recreational […]

Kidspace Concert Weekend

Kidspace Concert Weekend

This Saturday and Sunday, Kidspace Museum in Pasadena is hosting a weekend full of music and summer activities. Saturday afternoon the music begins in the Stone Hollow Amphitheater when Kidspace presents Lemonsquare! On Sunday stop by for the singing talents of Aaron Nigel Smith and his concert entitled, “Everyone Loves to Dance.” Aaron is a musician and educator who […]

No Boundaries PUSD Art Show

No Boundaries PUSD Art Show

Art Night may have come and gone, but you can still dip your toe in the fresh stream of the PUSD “No Boundaries” student art show.  In consideration of those of us with busy schedules and good intentions, this excellent PUSD show will run through Sunday, May 29 in the space just below Trader Joes’s […]

The Race to Nowhere

The Race to Nowhere

A new documentary, Race to Nowhere, skewers high school students’ overly demanding academic and extracurricular schedules. The result of so much stress, according to the film, is sleep-deprived, time-starved, overtested and, incredibly, under-educated American kids.

High School Theatre Festival

High School Theatre Festival

It may be true that all the world’s a stage, but if you can dig up just one dollar this Saturday morning, then the stage for you is located at the Pasadena Playhouse. It’s hosting the First Annual High School Theatre Festival, featuring eight local high schools, each performing a musical number from their school’s theatre […]

Earth Day at Kidspace

Earth Day at Kidspace

This Friday, Kidspace Museum in Pasadena is presenting a day full of earth-awareness activities for children centered around water and how important it is for our future. Programs during the day will include a workshop on how to purify water, a close look at local pond water, collage-ing, seascape art and compost demonstrations. Also included […]

Peter Rabbit for Easter

Peter Rabbit for Easter

If your little ones have a passion for the garden-loving creatures of Beatrix Potter and for egg hunts and games, consider bringing them on Saturday to the L.A County Arboretum for Beatrix Potter in the Garden: an Easter Celebration. The four-hour event for children ages 10 and under will include the annual “egg scramble,” read-aloud […]

Toddler Treks at Descanso

Toddler Treks at Descanso

Discover nature through the eyes of your very young child (ages 2-4) with this six-week workshop at Descanso Gardens. “Toddler Treks with Acorn Bear” begin April 15, and every Friday has a different focus, such as crafts or stories or walks in the springtime gardens in full bloom. Children will receive a T-shirt to remember […]

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