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Independence day is just a few days away. Celebrate our great nation with family, friends and good times. Make memories that sparkle! The Cunningham Group is proud to present LA’s finest locations to check out the fireworks! Enjoy! USA!
Americafest at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena
1001 Rose Bowl Dr
Pasadena, CA 91103
Date: July 4, 2015
13th Annual Fireworks Extravaganza at Van Ness Recreation
Van Ness Recreational Park
5720 2nd Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90043
Date: July 4, 2015 at 12pm
Culver City July 4th Fireworks
West LA College
9000 Overland Ave
Culver City, CA 90230
Date: July 4, 2015 at 4pm
The Hollywood Bowl July 4th Fireworks Spectacular
2301 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Date: July 2, 3, 4, 2015 at 7:30pm
Marina Del Rey Fireworks Celebration
Burton Chace Park
13650 Mindanao Way
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
Date: July 4, 2015 at 9pm
July 4th At Grand Park
227 N Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Date: July 4, 2015 at 3pm
Queen Mary All-American Fourth Of July
1126 Queens Hwy
Long Beach, CA 90802
Date: July 4, 2015 at 2pm
Santa Monica College July 4th Fireworks Show
Santa Monica College Corsair Field
1900 Pico Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Date: July 4, 2015 at 5pm
8th Annual Palisades Rocks The Fourth
Pacific Palisades Charter High School
15777 Bowdoin St
Los Angeles, CA 90272
Date: July 4, 2015 at 5pm
9th Annual Redondo Beach Fireworks Display
Redondo Beach Seaside Lagoon
200 Portofino Way
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Date: July 4, 2015 at 2pm
CBS Studios Annual Fourth of July Fireworks Festival
4024 Radford Ave
Studio City, CA 91604
Date: July 4, 2015 at 4:30pm
The first annual Miracle Mile Patriotic Parade is planned for Monday, June 29 to honor the spirit of cooperation and patriotism in the Miracle Mile, a “Pocket Full of Miracles.” The parade will start at 12pm at The Grove and travel east to west down Main Street to the Original Farmers Market for lemonade, cookies and fun to usher in the 4th of July holiday.
“We’re celebrating how community businesses, museums and the first responders can join together. It’s an uplifting patriotic event at a venue that is beautiful, safe and fun, down a very “All American Main Street,” said Lyn Cohen, Founding President, First-In Fire Foundation and President & Founder, Miracle Mile Civic Coalition.
“Shotgun” Tom Kelly (K-EARTH 1010) will be Grand Marshall leading a parade of civic, cultural, resident, and government leaders, with firefighters, police officers, military, scouts and others to showcase the Museum row on the Miracle Mile and salute 30 years of public service by the Miracle Mile Civic Coalition, honor first responders, celebrate the work of the First-In Fire Foundation, thank Councilmember Tom LaBonge, CD4 and welcome newly elected Councilmember, David Ryu, CD4.
The event committee co-chairs are Lyn MacEwen Cohen, Melody Kanschat, Tim Deegan, Randy Murphy and Steve Kramer, on behalf of the Miracle Mile Civic Coalition and the First-In Fire Foundation.
Enjoy a drone tour of 2036 Palisades Dr. Pacific Palisades CA 90272. A very strong offer was received within 72 hours of being listed. The Cunningham Group always goes above and beyond (drone pun intended) to distinguish our listings from the other guys. More than just selling a property, we proudly create an experience. Come fly with us!
Have a fantastic fathers day weekend! Check out our list of fathers day activities for the super dad in your life!
Do you know a Super Dad?!
One adjective describes all dads: loving. Which means that the best gift for dad is family time. Here are 20 ideas for ways to spend a memorable Fathers Day with the Super Dad in your life. Happy Fathers Day from all of us at The Cunningham Group!
For the Conservationist
Hit the trails with TreePeople for a family conservation tour. Learn about the magic of mulch, tour the urban watershed garden for a live demonstration of how rainwater flows in LA and get tips being drought-smart. Sun., June 21. 10 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Beverly Hills. Free. All ages.
For the Down and Dirty Daddy
Come to Kidspace for a Father’s Day filled mud. The International Day of Mud reminds us all of the joys of getting messy. Activities include making a mud pie masterpiece, creating homemade seed bombs, collaborating on a communal mud mural, and much more. Sun., June 21. 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Pasadena. $11. Ages 1-10.
World Traveler Dad’s Local Excursion
If Dad loves to travel and hasn’t gotten to stamp his passport lately, take him to Japan (via the Valley!). Celebrate Japanese culture at the Obon Festival with exhibitions in judo, karate, kendo, tea ceremonies, Bon Odori dances, taiko drumming and Minyo Odori. There’s plenty of tasty food, too. Sat. & Sun, June 21 & 22. 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Sun Valley. Free admission. All ages.
For Captain Dad
For sea faring fathers, this Father’s Day Adventure at Sea takes the family on a voyage on a real tall ship. First, kids and dad will join the crew in handling line and raising sail. You can also help steer the ship, listen to stories of legend and lore, or just sit back and enjoy being out on the open ocean. And when the ocean breezes have worked up a good appetite, enjoy a delicious meal prepared on board by the ship’s cook. Sun., June 21. 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Dana Point. $35-$45. Ages 4 & up.
Here’s One for Movie Man
It’s rare that there’s a summer movie that kids and parents eagerly anticipate together, so when it happens, you’ve got to see it! Pixar’s new movie, Inside Out, is winning raves fro m critics and kids, and the most special place to see it is at the El Capitan movie palace, where there’s a light show before every screening. Playing through August 19. Various times. Hollywood. $15-$28. Ages 4 & up.
If Dad’s A Little “Street”
Hit the streets where art abounds at the Pasadena Chalk Festival. See amazing art created from mere dust before your eyes, while listening to live music and enjoying fun for the kids at Chalkland. Sat. & Sun, June 21 & 22. 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Pasadena. Free. All ages.
Camping with Nature Papa
Whether your family camps every weekend or is ready to bust out the tent for the very first time, we have some amazing spots we’re willing to be you haven’t visited. So treat dad to a back to nature weekend. Don’t forget the s’more makings! Check out our list of campsites (some of which don’t take reservations, so don’t worry if this is a last minute excursion).
Spa Time With Overworked Dad
It the father in your life works too long and hard, treat him to a day at a spa where he can both relax and spend time with the kids. How’s that for multi-tasking? At the Wi Spa in Koreatown, the whole family can go together, and you can entertain the kids for a while while he sneaks off for a massage before meeting up again for drinks by the pool.
For the Epicurean Dad
Does your discerning diner of a dad love to eat fabulous food? And quaff unparalleled drinks? Bring him to the elegant Langham Huntington, Pasadena for a Beer and Bourbon Tasting Brunch. The Langham also offers special spa treatments and tennis clinics for Father’s Day, if you want to complete your present at one spot. Sun., June 21. 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Pasadena. Prices vary. All ages.
For the Dad Who Loves Cars
The Rodeo Drive Car Show is one of the best car shows in the world, and it happens to take place every Father’s Day. The 2015 theme is “The Highway to Heaven”, in celebration the best driving roads in the world: Route 66, the Autobahn and the Autostrade. From Wilshire to Santa Monica Boulevard on Father’s Day vintage and new, classic and racing cars line Rodeo Drive as far as the eye can see. Sun., Jun 21. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Beverly Hills. Free. All ages.
For the King of the Rails
If Dad or Grandpa loves BBQs and trains, then you’ll be on the right track at Fillmore & Western Railway Co.’s Father’s Day BBQ train. Hop a relaxing ride on a vintage train trip through Heritage Valley, during which the family will feast on country-cooked lunch of tri-tip, chicken, and all the fixins’ of a BBQ meal. Sun., June 21. Seatings at 11 a.m. or 3 p.m. Fillmore. $22-$46. All ages.
For the Artsy Dad
Two celebrations, one day. LACMA is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary this month and on Sundays they’re holding special art workshops to make gifts (hint, hint, for that last minute additional gift he’ll treasure forever) so you can celebrate art and Dad. Sun., June 21.12:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Miracle Mile. Free (with free NexGen Membership). All ages.
For the Pool-Loving Pops
If Dad loves to swim (or lounge by the pool with a burger), this weekend is the perfect time to hit the Annenberg Beach House and Pool, where you can swim, play on the beach, relax, eat, or watch kids on the playground or splash pad. (Tip: make pool and parking reservations in advance for busy weekends like this one.) Through Labor Day weekend. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Santa Monica. $4-$10. All ages.
For the Class-Clown Daddy
If your Dad likes to get silly, play dress up with Daddy. To celebrate Dads, the Zimmer Museum is offering every Dad a funky new makeover, courtesy of your kids. Kids can decorate all kinds of crazy accessories from bow ties to baseball caps just for Daddy. Sun., June 21. 2 p.m.–4 p.m. Miracle Mile. $7. Ages 2-8.
For the Hog Riding, Betting Man
We’re wagering that the Dad’s Day Races and Vintage Motorcycle Show at the Santa Anita racetrack will be a real hit for fathers who like things with four hooves or two wheels. It’s a showcase for both steel horses and Thoroughbreds! Sun., June 21. Noon – 5 p.m. Arcadia. $25. All ages.
For the Cowboy
Lasso your lil’ buckaroos and mosey on over to the Autry Museum for Father’s Day for outdoor panning for gold, taking hands-on history tours, and catching a special Western Music Association Jam and Cowboy Brunch. Yee-haw! Sun., June 21. Brunch served from 9 a.m.– 1 p.m., museum open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Griffith Park. $4-$10 admission, brunch prices vary. All ages.
For the Backyard Griller
Or how about a feast in nature? Forget cooking and leave it to the pros – Patina caters a special Father’s Day barbecue at Descanso Gardens. Bring chairs and a blanket, kick off your shoes, and relax on the lovely lawn while feasting on some tasty BBQ. For a little added family adventure, don’t miss a trip on their Enchanted Railroad. Sun., June 21. 11 a.m.– 3 p.m. La Canada. $4-$9 admission, food prices vary. All ages.
For the Posh Papa
Take the king of the family to see the game of kings played live! It’s majestic and relaxing to lounge on a blanket with a picnic brunch or lunch and watch horses pound up and down the field right before you. Don’t forget to bring a kite or some balls and Frisbees to play on the giant field after the matches. Sun., June 21. 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Pacific Palisades. Free. All ages.
For the Music Making Daddy
Many, many a dad in our city has a guitar tucked away somewhere (or not so tucked away). Make Music Los Angeles is an eleven hour celebration of music that takes places all over LA. Loads of sidewalks, parks, community gardens, street corners and schoolyards become the stage for free concerts. Find one that will appeal to your music lovin’ man.
For the Dad Who Bleeds Dodger Blue
For some dads, it wouldn’t be a perfect day without a game. So take him to see our boys in blue, who are playing (and beating, we hope!) the Giants. The giveaway is a BBQ grilling set for Dad and after the game head to the field to play a game of Father’s Day catch. Sun., June 21. 5:08 p.m. Elysian Park. $30 & up. All ages.
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