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Things To Do: 1/25- 1/27

LBSU Men’s Volleyball vs. USC

Friday, January 25th – 7 pm

Walter Pyramid

The defending National Champion Long Beach State men’s volleyball team hosts USC in its home opener at the Walter Pyramid on Friday night. There will be an NCAA National Championship banner reveal and fans in a attendance will receive a replica banner.

LBSU moved to 6-0 this season after a 29-27, 25-22, 25-17 sweep against UCLA in a National Championship rematch. Support the best team in the country!

Lazy Acres: Customer Appreciation Day

Saturday, January 26th - 10 am

2080 Bellflower Blvd

Lazy Acres in Long Beach cares about you! Come one, come all, and enjoy a fun day with vendors, demos, raffles and tons of surprises for Customer Appreciation Day.

Come anytime between 10 am and 4 pm on Saturday, January 26th to join in on the fun.

New Year Festival

Sunday, January 27th – 12:30 pm

Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden (Long Beach State)

The New Year Festival will set Garden members on a positive course for 2019, the year of the boar.

Enjoy a beautiful, live koto harp performance by renowned local artist Madame Yoko Awaya and a mini-workshop on how to paper marble handheld-fans. Traditional Japanese New Year decorations, art activities, games and Japanese tea and treats will round out the experience.

Admission is $10 per adult for Garden members and their guests so sign up. Garden member children under 18 are free. Parking will be free in lot G4!

Father/Daughter Dance in Belmont Shore

Sunday, January 27th – 4:30 pm

Bay Shore Church on the Toledo

More than 85 couples are expected to attend the 14th-annual Long Beach Father/Daughter Dance hosted by Justin Rudd and his nonprofit 501c3 Community Action Team (C.A.T.). The dance will take place from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. at the expansive, carpeted community hall of Bay Shore Church on The Toledo in Belmont Shore.

It will be a special, area-wide, semi-formal evening for fathers and daughters of all ages. The evening will be complete with decorations, old-fashioned refreshments, wholesome music, girls in dresses, dads in ties, fathers giving corsages, and daughters learning how a gentleman treats a lady -- all to benefit great environmental, youth and animal welfare programs in our area.

For this special night, moms are not allowed to visit or spectate. It's a night for moms to have a night off. There is no age requirement, so young and old are able to enjoy the evening. Girls may also be accompanied by their uncle, guardian or an adult relative.


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