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Family-Friendly Things To Do: November 9-11

Musical Discovery for Toddlers

Friday, November 9 | 10:00am-10:45am

Cal Heights Music | 1240 E. Wardlow Rd., Long Beach 90807

Calling all littles and their caregivers for a morning of music and community. This class is ideal for kiddos one to three years old and is an interactive exploration of different musical genres, instruments, and cultures. The cost is just $20 for each weekly 45 minute group class that will have you and your little one learning through song, play and games. Learn More:

Long Beach Veterans Day Celebration

Saturday, November 10 | 10:00am-3:00am

Atlantic Avenue-South Street to Harding Avenue

Long Beach is preparing an old-fashioned, open-street fair with food, music and vendors to honor all of those who have served our country. On the heels of this week’s elections, this celebration is an opportunity to keep dialogue open with our kiddos about freedom, rights, liberties, sacrifice, and consequences. Let’s get out there and show our gratitude and solidarity with those who so courageously served our country and proudly preserved our liberties. The street fair includes live music, a kid zone, a ninja-style obstacle course and beer garden. Learn More:

Chocolate Making Workshop for Kids

Saturday, November 10 | 11:30am-12:30pm

Romeo Chocolates | 460 Pine Avenue, Long Beach 90802

If you love chocolate and are between the ages of four and 12, you must attend Romeo’s Chocolate Making “Winter Enchantment” workshop. The workshop is a two-part experience where youngsters will learn where cacao and chocolate come from, then participate in an interactive activity of making their own milk chocolate treats. The cost is $28 and includes all supplies and expert training from a true local chocolatier. Learn More:

Teen Science Café at the Aquarium

Sunday, November 11 | 6:30pm-8:30pm

Aquarium of the Pacific | 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach 90802

Do you have a teen with an interest in science, ecology and/or conservation? This is the perfect event for her or him. Middle and high school students will gather together to learn from a local expert about the vaquita, a porpoise on the brink of extinction. The talk will explore how the vaquita became endangered and efforts that are being made to save this species. Guests will also participate in hands-on activities related to the topic. Attendees can enjoy free cheese and pepperoni pizza during the event! Space is limited and admission is free, however, all attendees must register for a free ticket. Follow the link to register. Learn More:


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