Things To Do In Los Angeles With The Kids During This Weekend, Nov 2nd - Nov 4th, 2018 - Page 2 of 22 - Kid 101

Things To Do In Los Angeles With The Kids During This Weekend, Nov 2nd – Nov 4th, 2018

Pumpkin Nights

For a child-friendly spooky night come in at the Pomona Fairplex, 1101 W McKinley Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768 until Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 5:00 pm.

Pumpkin Nights was founded in 2016 at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds with a mission to showcase local artists, and celebrate the most magical time of year without the spooks and scares. At Pumpkin Nights, you and your kids will venture along a half-mile walking path, where you’ll discover the Forbidden Pumpkin City, a pirate’s cove, and more fantastical lands built using over 3,000 hand-carved real and artificial pumpkins. The celebration continues with entertainment and games in Pumpkin Central, at their central festival area. Check out a 40-foot long dragon, a ghostly pirate ship, an undersea wonderland; explore fantastical lands, built using over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins and funkins. There’s more magic around every corner for kids of all ages to enjoy. Ticket price ranges from $ 16 – $ 20.

Moonlight Forest – Lantern Art Festival

Moonlight Forest – Lantern Art Festival will be taking place at Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, 301 North Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia, CA 91007 until Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 5:30 pm.

Phone: 626.821.3233 

Email: members@arboetum.org  

This fall the Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanic Garden invites you to the Moonlight Forest, an unforgettable evening experience of art, culture, and discovery. Masterfully crafted lanterns beckon you into the gardens. Some depict beautiful animals, shimmering exotic flowers, and intriguing figures from Chinese legends. An evening of dazzling color and magic begins! The Moonlight Forest will delight children, families, and the young-at-heart with an opportunity to experience the garden in a new light. The magnificent lanterns reflect three themes; Nature, Children’s Garden, and Chinese Culture, all of which embrace the mission and communities of the Arboretum. Created by skilled artisans from China’s Sichuan province, the Arboretum has partnered with Tianyu Arts & Culture Inc. to celebrate the time-honored tradition of lantern art. Tickets from Wednesday – Thursday are $ 25 for Adult, $ 20 for Children (ages 3-17), $ 23 for Senior (62+). Tickets from Friday – Sunday are $ 28 for Adult, $ 23 for Children (ages 3-17), $ 25 for Senior (62+).

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