This weekend in Long Beach and Orange County…
Looking for ideas for weekend plans?
Family Friendly Fun
The Pirate Festival is returning to Shoreline Village this Saturday, September 14th from 1-7pm. Family friendly entertainment, photo opportunities, and Free Admission!
MOLAA Latino Heritage Festival – Target Free Sundays
On Sunday September 15, 2013, The Museum of Latin American Art is offering visitors the opportunity to learn about Latin American culture through art workshops, face painting, live performances, food, unique craft vendors and docent lead gallery tours.
Admission is FREE!
Food and Historical Tour
“Join us on a fabulous food tasting and historical tour in beautiful downtown San Juan Capistrano. We will begin together at a specific point and time. From there, a tour guide will meet you and, by foot, you will venture to places that will reveal flavorful bites and picturesque sights that San Juan Capistrano has to offer. This tour is casual and fun!
San Juan Capistrano is unique in South Orange County and a rarity in California as it’s known as the Mecca of California where the community’s foundation was laid by the earliest people to inhabit the land. You will experience tastes found only in San Juan Capistrano with a delightfully casual cultural experience that you are sure to remember and want to share with your friends.”
Tickets are $55.00 (however discount tickets are available on Goldstar)
Need to laugh?
Comedienne Wanda Sykes is performing at the Long Beach Terrace Theater on Saturday, September 14th at 8pm.
Wanda Sykes has appeared in many films and television shows, such as “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “The Chris Rock Show”. She was heard in animated films such as “Ice Age: Continental Drift” and “Rio”. She also starred in her own late night program “The Wanda Sykes Show”, and has had two Emmy Nominated HBO comedy specials.
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster from $35.50 – $65.50
Care for some Culture?
South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa is opening their 50th season with a production of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” on the Segerstrom Stage. Starring Charlie Robinson as Willie Loman, the show features a diverse cast including many veteran SCR actors.
From the South Coast Repertory press release:
“Willy Loman was once the best traveling salesman in his territory; but time is catching up with him, and old age is slowing him down. Linda, his wife, hopes he can stay put for a while and work in New York; after all, she thinks his years of service to the company have earned him that right. Willy knows that the key to success is to be well-liked, and he struggles to understand why his adult sons, Biff and Happy, have failed to learn that lesson. As Willy tries to instill in his sons the values he has lived by, he clings tenaciously to his version of the American Dream—even as he watches it quickly slip away.”
The show runs until September 29th, 2013 – tickets are available online through SCR.org.
The Museum of Latin American Art – MOLAA is hosting an exciting night of Luchadores wrestling on Friday, September 13th at 8pm (7pm for members). The event is in honor of the last weekend of the Katharsis exhibition – which features images of iconic Mexican wrestling.
Have fun this weekend!
Keller Williams Pacific Estates