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Caterpillar Adoption Days

Caterpillar Adoption Days

It’s caterpillar adoption days at Kidspace. For four bucks, your child will receive a caterpillar, food, a care guide, and an adoption certificate (for naming rights). A life-cycle observation sheet allows said caterpillar parent to draw each stage of their wee one’s metamorphosis, all the way up to the adult Painted Lady butterfly it shall [...]

Charlie Bubbles

Charlie Bubbles

The Green House Gift Shop that has volunteer employees so that all their net proceeds (after rent and utilities) can be donated to Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles are holding a book signing event with actor, writer, and director Paul Carafotes who’s promoting his first children’s book Charlie Bubbles! “Charlie Bubbles! is soon to be [...]

Cookie Day at Trattoria Neapolis

Cookie Day at Trattoria Neapolis

Tagalongs? Samoas? Do-Si-Dos? Which is your favorite? Or do these names mean nothing to you? If so, then let us welcome you into the wild, wild world and consumption of Girl Scout Cookies. The hard sell is on and folding tables covered with a green tablecloths and holding stacks, piles, and pyramids of Girl Scout [...]

Peter Pan—with a Tinker Bell Tea

Peter Pan—with a Tinker Bell Tea

Tink? Peter? Wendy? Tiger Lilly? Captain Hook, maybe? Who’s your favorite character in J. M. Barrie’s famous work Peter Pan or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, or Peter and Wendy? The Pasadena Civic Ballet will perform Peter Pan as a full length ballet at the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, directed by Diane De Franco-Brown, Tania [...]

I Want to Grow Up to Be…

I Want to Grow Up to Be…

Does your child want to be an artist when she grows up? Let her chat with a bonafide artist at Kidspace this Saturday. Your boy is bandaging up the family dog, even when it’s not hurt? Let him talk with a veterinarian. Is he hooked on Llegos? Have a tête-à-tête with an architect. Children will [...]

Westridge Summer Fair

Westridge Summer Fair

Have a teenager? Are the upcoming summer months already haunting you, taunting you with “What to do?” One idea: wake said teenager before noon (what a concept!) and attend Westridge School’s free Summer Opportunity Fair. Representatives from over 100 camps are on-hand to answer questions. Local, national, and international programs range from day camps to [...]

Digging Deeper at Kidspace

Digging Deeper at Kidspace

Kids can take their first steps toward becoming apaleontologists by brushing though recycled SAFDEK to uncover plant and animal fossils. Children of all ages can try to identify fossils from an Albertosaurus, Archaeopteryx, or the ferocious Tyrannosaurus Rex. Daily “Fossil Hunt” explorations teach kids how to identify different fossil types like Trace, Cast, and True Form [...]

Dr. Drew & TED for Kids

Dr. Drew & TED for Kids

Ted comes to Caltech. TEDx The Brain is an event happening on Friday at Caltech. On Saturday, they are hosting a TEDx event just for young folks, grades 6-12, called “Feed Your Brain.” The event will have 15 speakers, including Dr. Drew Pinsky, as well as have a poetry slam with the Poly Slam Team [...]

Cat Can’t Jump

Cat Can’t Jump

Silliness. Pure silliness. But it got a laugh out of us on this rather gloomy, chilly, rainy day. Supposedly, the original copy came from Japan and was without any music. A posting at The Chive has it paired with the perfect score (“Sail” by AWOLnation), which in tandem with the cat’s antics is what actually made [...]

Twas The Night…At the Huntington

Twas The Night…At the Huntington

This Saturday, the Huntington Library offers a reading of the holiday classic “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.” In addition, Little Junebugs will be on hand so kids can get in the mix and make some festive crafts. “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” was first published in the Troy Sentinel in upstate New York on December [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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