The Longshoremen’s Weekend Guide is HERE! It’s Easter weekend and in case you have not planned a weekend of fun yet…here are a few ideas to get the good times rolling. Please look through the guide and feel free to add any ideas for weekend activities in the Comments section below the post. Get out and enjoy the weekend!!
WHEN: March 28, 7pm
WHERE: Legends – Long Beach
5236 E 2nd St
Long Beach, CA 90803
WHAT: Get into the spirit of the famous race in Long Beach. Come out to get pumped up for the race in April. Thursday night is 2nd round to choose the next beautiful Tecate Light Miss Toyota candidate.
COST: FREE – NO cover charge
WHEN: March 29, 8am-9:30am
WHERE: Westin Bonaventure Hotel
404 S Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, 90071
WHAT: The YMCA brings together businesses, community leaders and citizens of Los Angeles for a morning of fellowship on Good Friday. The keynote speaker will be Jack Scott, Chancellor Emeritus of the California Community Colleges and former California State Senator. Get advance tickets and be a part of this Los Angeles community event.
COST: Advance tickets $29. RSVP required, all seats reserved. For more info, please call 213 351 2205 or email WendyMenchaca@ymcala.org.
WHEN: March 30, 9PM
WHERE: On BBC America
WHAT: This year is the 50th anniversary of the iconic British sci-fi show. Travel through time and space with a time lord whose main mission is to save humans from the destructive forces in the universe. Experience strange and fascinating creatures that will scare and entertain people of all ages.
WHEN: March 29, 4pm
WHERE: Aero Theater
1328 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90403
WHAT: This event is especially for families that love Bugs Bunny. This matinee will feature 75 minutes of timeless Bugs Bunny cartoons that will delight young and old alike. Come out to remember childhood cartoons or to show the kids something that you grew up watching.
COST: $11 General Admission
WHEN: Now through March 31, 2013
WHERE: The J. Paul Getty Museum
1200 Getty Center Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90049
WHAT: Woman in Blue Reading a Letter is one of Johannes Vermeer most renowned works and it is on loan from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The oil paint on canvas masterpiece depicts a young girl reading a prized letter. This is the last weekend to see this masterpiece outside of the Netherlands.
COST: FREE to view exhibit, $15 parking
Comment below and let us know if these are the kinds of events that you like doing. Also, feel free to make suggestions for other weekend events that are coming down the pipe. Most importantly, have a great weekend and enjoy your time away from work!