Thursday, September 12, 2019

Southeast Asia Day at the Aquarium Of The Pacific Sat Oct. 5th - Plus #Giveaway

The Aquarium of the Pacific will celebrate its annual Southeast Asia Day on Saturday October 5th

The Aquarium of the Pacific will celebrate its fifteenth annual Southeast Asia Day.
The festival’s program will highlight the beauty and diversity of the cultures of Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos, and Indonesia.

Guests will enjoy live performances, including music, dance, and cultural craft demonstrations.
Children will have the opportunity to partake in arts and crafts.

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Good Luck and have fun!

Baja Splash Latino Cultural Festival at the Aquarium Of The Pacific - Plus #Giveaway

Celebrate Latino Heritage Month Saturday September 28th and Sunday September 29th!

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Aquarium of the Pacific will host its eighteenth annual Baja Splash Cultural Festival featuring live entertainment, crafts, educational programs, and special activities.


This Aquarium weekend festival celebrates the beauty and diversity of Latino cultures through song, dance, art, and cultural displays.

Younger guests and their families are invited to visit The Bernadett Family Early Childhood Education Open House to engage with activities specifically designed for preschool students.

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Moompetam Native American Festival at the Aquarium Of The Pacific - Plus #Giveaway

In celebration of local Native American cultures, the Aquarium of the Pacific will host its fifteenth annual Moompetam Festival Saturday Sept 21st and SUnday September 22nd!

This weekend celebration will feature traditional cultural crafts, storytelling, educational programs, live demonstrations, music, and dance celebrating California’s indigenous maritime cultures, including Tongva, Chumash, Acjachemen, Costanoan, Luiseno, and Kumeyaay.
Tongva Soapstone Necklaces - Julia Bogany
Blas Aguilar Adobe Museum – Juaneno Cultural Museum –Domingo Belardes
Tongva Hunting and Warriors Materials - Kevin Nunez
Tongva Traditional Acorn Display - Charlotte Nunez
Kitanemuk Chumash Yowlumne Tejon Indians Basket Weaving - Dee Dominguez
Chumash Cultural Display – Alan Salazar
Children’s Game Activities – Trish Rios
Chumash Cultural Display with Children’s Craft - Oscar Ortiz
Ti’at Tongva Plank Canoe Display - The Moomat Ahiko (Breath of the Ocean): Traditional Tongva plank canoe presented by the Ti’at Society.
Tomol Chumash Plank Canoe Display - Chumash Maritime Association / Ray Ward
Round Reed Basket Weaving – Lorene Sisquoc and Cindi Alvitre
Coastal Native American Cultural Materials - Heidi Lucero
Kumeyaay Cultural Activities – Stan Rodriguez
Tule Dolls Workshop – Gloria Liggett – 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

Sunday 1:40 p.m. honoring Christopher Diaz
All programs subject to change and weather dependent.

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Knott's Scary Farm Deets Plus New Mazes & More ... for Those Brave Enough to Go! #ScaryFarm

Are You Ready to Scream at Knott's Scary Farm!

We have all the deets on new mazes, rides, shows, BooFets fests and more.  

This year my daughter is in 7th grade, do you know what that means, I do.
She reminded me that I told her years ago and for many years to follow that she could go to Knott's Scary Farm when she gets into 7th grade like I did back in the day of 1992.
So here we are many, many years later since my first visit to Scary Farm and I know the intensity has grown with the scary being amplified since 1992 but I'm planning to surprise her with tickets!
Have you taken your tween? How did it go? Did they scream for more or just scream?

My girl is brave, loves to be scared, watches scary movies and loves all of that. I cringe and scream and she looks to see what's next. She is going to love it.
I can not wait to come back and share how it went and what we did... I mean aside from my laugh crying cause that's what I do when I get freaked out and Scary Farm does a great job of that!

Since there is so much to do, see, run from and scream at we wanted to break it all down for you.
Plan ahead and make the most of theirs Fall fun!
Everything Knott's Scary Farm.. ready.. go..
Knott’s Scary Farm is the most haunting Halloween experience in Southern California, delivering unimaginable scares and innovative thrills since 1973 and continues to make the most twisted delusions come to life.
This season new horrors are in store with the frightening new maze Wax Works, where a mysterious figure has been seen tinkering at night and is ready to show off his beautiful yet terrifyingly life-like masterpieces of hot molten wax and bloody flesh.
Or pierce the veil of time to discover the secret of the evil fog that hangs over Knott’s Scary Farm’s Ghost Town’s streets in the new maze Origins: The Curse of Calico.
A hilariously outrageous new show will be brought to life as world-class comedian puppeteers from The Jim Henson Company encourage guests to participate in the improvised comedy antics in Puppet Up! – Uncensored, which is intended for mature audiences.
With 14 haunted attractions and more than 1,000 horrifying creatures roaming the park, nightmares never end at Knott’s Scary Farm. Select nights from September 19 through November 2.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Knott's Spooky Farm - All The Deets for Family Fun #KnottsSpookyFarm

Knott’s Spooky Farm Brings Halloween Fun for All Ages!

We love Spooky Farm at Knott's Berry Farm - a Family Tradition.

Knott's always brings us amazing seasonal events. It seems like every few months they surprise us with a fun festive filled event that lasts weeks sometimes months.
One of our favorites during fall is Spooky Farm... we love the Camp Spooky Peanuts gang entertainment and treat trails.
We will bring you all the updates live during this year's visit too!
Hot off the Berry press...
This year Spooky Farm is back with a bunch of surprises.
Starting September 28, 2019 The spooktacular family-friendly, daytime Halloween event, Knott’s Spooky Farm, invites families with little ghouls ages 3-11 to celebrate the delightfully spooky season as the park is transformed with themed d├ęcor and wicked fun around every corner.
The fall Season of Fun offers Halloween themed activities that celebrate the season including trick-or-treating, the debut of new shows, pumpkin decorating and a guest-favorite the PEANUTS costume contest.
Knott’s Spooky Farm takes place weekends, September 28 - October 27 and Halloween Day.
Charlie Brown, his best friend Snoopy and the beloved PEANUTS Gang will all be celebrating the spooky holiday with their own Halloween costumes and will be available for special meet & greets and fun photo encounters in Camp Snoopy and Calico Park.
Kids ages 3 -11 can participate in the newly expanded trick-or-treating experience available through Ghost Town’s Main Street and Schoolhouse Road.

During trick-or-treating, kids will interact with an array of spooky but friendly Shopkeepers as little ones have the opportunity to show-off their festive Halloween costumes. In Ghost Town, Stanley Scarecrow has opened the Livery Stable for guests of all ages to get close and personal with the Creepy Critters of Calico.
Whimsical jack-o-lanterns will adorn Calico Park’s surroundings as it transforms into an enchanting Pumpkin Patch location for families to enjoy the atmosphere of the season with photo ops, crafters and strolling magicians.

Miniature pumpkins or Halloween cookies will be available for decorating, for a nominal fee.
Linus will also be on hand at the pumpkin patch to help little ones pick out the perfect pumpkin.