Saturday, Mar. 8 (10am—12pm)
455 E Ocean Blvd
Downtown Long Beach’s East Village is home to several of the earliest “own-your-own” residential high-rises catering to elegant resort living built after World War I and the discovery of oil in the region. Victorian cottages, from as early as 1905, nestle between stunning Art Deco and Italian Renaissance commercial buildings. Today’s East Village residents enjoy charming boutiques, restaurants, and cafes on streets lined with spectacular art and architecture. Tour highlights include the Broadlind Hotel, Cooper Arms, Lafayette Complex, Artaban, and the Royal Hotel.
Long Beach Heritage is a non-profit education and advocacy group which promotes public knowledge and preservation of significant historic and architectural resources and the cultural heritage of Long Beach.
For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 493-7019.
Friday, Mar. 7 (6pm—10pm)
Atlantic Ave. b/n San Antonio Dr. & Bixby Rd.
Atlantic Ave and San Antonio Dr
Every first Friday night of the month, participating Bixby Knolls businesses unite to promote local artists and musicians through extended operating hours. In doing so we hope to encourage a dialogue between businesses, artists and the community.Special events every month! For the latest visit firstfridayslongbeach.com.For more information, please visit our website or e-mail us email@example.com
Saturday, Mar. 8 (8pm—10pm)
Long Beach Performing Arts Center in the Terrace Theater
300 East Ocean Blvd.
Join us as Mexico’s most renowned pianist performs Brahms’ glorious second piano concerto. The evening will conclude with Brahms’ first symphony – a work of supreme technical accomplishment and profound emotion.
For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 436-3203 ext. 232 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, Mar. 8 (8pm—10pm)
Carpenter Performing Arts Center
6200 Atherton St
The legend lives on as the most popular and respected Big Band in the world continues to delight both young and old alike. Get set for an elegant evening of swing as the 17-piece orchestra dazzles and delights with classics such as “Chattanooga Choo-Choo,” “Tuxedo Junction,” “In the Mood” and others—under the masterful direction of Nick Hilscher.For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 985-7000 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Free to Spectate; Entry $20 before February 22, after $25
Saturday, Mar. 8 (9pm)
5620 Atherton Street
Open to all fitness levels for ages 13 and up, the Recreation Fitness Winter Games are a great way to exercise, compete, and have fun!Recreation Fitness’ Winter Games consist of 6 events that will test strength, endurance, balance, speed, agility, team spirit and sass (yes, sass), while paying homage to some of the games going on in Russia: figure skating, biathlon, speed skating, curling, ski jump and bobsled.It’s free to watch! Participation is $20 if you sign up before February 22, or $25 after.
FREE, Reservations Required
Sunday, Mar. 9 (2pm—4pm)
Museum of Latin American Art
628 Alamitos Ave
MOLAA’s Book Club celebrates Women’s Month with a discussion of a book written by a Latin American or Latina author.
Book Club members select each quarter’s book by consensus.Admission is free to book club members. RSVP is required, call (562) 437-1689. To join the club, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 437-1689 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Friday, Mar. 7 (8pm)
Saturday, Mar. 8 (8pm)
Sunday, Mar. 9 (2pm)
Long Beach Playhouse
5021 E. Anaheim St.
HOMES FOR SALE
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