The Longshoremen’s Weekend Guide is HERE!! Don’t forget to plan something for Mother’s Day. She is the reason why you are here so treat her to something that she will remember until at least next year. Get out this weekend and enjoy something special with Mom and the family. Be safe and have a good time out there.
Chance of Rain66/55
WHEN: May 10 @ 7:10PM
WHERE: Dodgers Stadium
1000 Elysian Park Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012
WHAT: Enjoy the timeless tradition of baseball. The Dodgers are hosting the Marlins and this is going to be a great game. Enjoy some baseball, hotdogs and maybe even a few adult beverages all while having a wonderful time.
COST: $10+ (Ticket information)
WHEN: May 11, 1:30PM, 3:30PM & 5:30PM
WHERE: Corner Store
1118 W. 37th St.
San Pedro, CA 90731
WHAT: Who really needs an excuse to get out and enjoy some adult beverages? In case you do however, this is your answer. Come out to the Corner Store in San Pedro to try new and exciting beverages and help benefit Point Fermin Lighthouse.
WHEN: May 11 @ 11AM
WHERE: (Beverly Hills / Westside)
12420 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Los Angeles,90025
WHAT: The Los Angeles Children’s Theater’s production of Cinderella recreates the classic fairy tale with three real sisters in the leading roles. The Prince is debonair and humble. The mother is obnoxious and plays favorites with her two “natural” daughters. And the Godmother is as wise as she is majestic.
WHEN: May 12, 12PM Noon – 4:30PM (One Day Only)
WHERE: 6801 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood CA, 90028
WHAT: Jeepers! The Gang has been called in to help solve an epic mystery in Los Angeles. A trouble-making ghost is haunting the Dolby Theatre and the Gang is needed to help out. This hilarious live theater show brings everyones favorite animated series to life.
COST: $25 – $85 (Ticket information)
WHEN: All weekend long
WHERE: San Pedro
110 E. 22nd Street
San Pedro 90731
WHAT: Crafted is a marketplace that features the creations of over 100 craftsmen. It is a new concept for Southern California; a large-scale permanent craft marketplace. The classic World War II-era waterside warehouses will grow to be home to hundreds of individual craft-artists, designers, and artisanal food makers.
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!