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Friday, March 6

Marina del Rey Full Moon Dinner Cruises

Hornblower Cruises and Events

13755 Fiji Way, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292

8:00pm to 10:30pm

Leaves from Marina Del Rey Fisherman's Village Marina, 13755 Fiji Way at 8:00 PM

Boarding time: 7:30 PM

Price: $84.95 per person *Tax, service charge and landing fee additional

Your Cruise Includes:
2 ½-hour yacht cruise
Private table
4-course dinner
Boarding glass of champagne
Complimentary Soda, Coffee, Tea and Water
Wine and cocktails available for purchase
DJ entertainment and dancing
Scenic harbor views
Next dates: March 6, April 3-4, May 2, July 31 (Blue Moon), August 1, August 28-29, September 26, December 25

Starting at $84.95* for Friday and $89.95* for Saturday.

Prefer to book by phone? We're here at (310) 301-9900

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Saturday, March 7

Cherry Blossom Festival

South Coast Botanic Garden

26300 Crenshaw Boulevard, Palos Verdes Peninsula, 90274


Feel free to bring some food, blankets and chairs and have your picnic under the Cherry Blossoms on the Sakura Meadow and Amphitheater Lawn or on the Upper and Lower Meadows. A self-guided tour and information sheet will be available. Tram tours will be available on Saturday, March 7 at 11:00am and 1:00pm (additional fee of $5). On Saturday, March 7, we will be partnering with the Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute (GVJCI) to provide a number of cultural performances and activities. Sound for the event will be generously provided by VOX DJs.

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Circle of Hope: A Masquerade Soiree

Shade Hotel

1221 N. Valley Drive, Manhattan Beach, 90266

6:00pm to 9:00pm


Join Cancer Support Community-Redondo Beach (CSC-RB) in celebrating young cancer survivorship at the first annual Circle of Hope – a Masquerade soiree. The new fundraiser will be held at the Shade Hotel in Manhattan Beach located at 1221 North Valley Dr. on Saturday, March 7, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Don your most provocative mask for this cocktail event of fun and inspiration that young cancer survivors give to us all. Choose to carry on the intrigue or reveal yourself as you mingle with old friends and new. Enjoy delectable appetizers, effervescent signature cocktails, wine and beer. Guests may also bid on valuable live auction items, and take part in exciting raffles, entertainment and games. In addition, the evening will include moving stories of inspiration shared by young cancer survivors.

Honorees at the event will be Heath Gregory, Co-founder of the Tour de Pier & Uncle Kory Foundation and Adam and Debbie Goldberg, founders of Fresh Brothers Pizza.

Proceeds from Circle of Hope will benefit more than 160 free monthly programs offered by CSC-RB. Reservations are $95.00 per person, and can be purchased online by visiting www.cancersupportredondobeach.org or call 310-376-3550. Sponsors include Centercal Properties LLC, PDM Certified Public Accountants, Lisa Garey and The Garey Family, Southbay Magazine and Vantage Oncology. For more sponsorship opportunities, call or visit the website.

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Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles 34th Annual Concert

Hermosa Beach Community Theatre

710 Pier Ave. Hermosa Beach, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254


A lively evening is in store as the Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles return to Hermosa Beach March 7 for their 34th Annual Spring Concert. A fiery program of marches, strathspeys, reels and jigs in the rousing Scottish tradition will be performed by the 40-member orchestra featuring fiddles, cellos, drums, piano, bagpipe, dancers, and Gaelic song. The Fiddlers are joined this year by award winning Aberdeen fiddler Judi Nicolson, Highland Dance Championship competitor Devon Watson, the Los Angeles Royal Scottish Country Dance Demonstration Team, and returning favorites pianist Shauna Pickett-Gordon of Peat-Fire Flame, Grade 1 piper Robert Hackney, and acclaimed singer Christina Tappan Frost.

Advance tickets are highly recommended for this popular event.

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Sunday, March 8

The Diary of Anne Frank

Harlyne J. Norris Pavilion

501 Indian peak Road, Rolling Hills Estates, 90274


In this powerful stage adaptation of The Diary of Anne Frank, the inspiring young Anne emerges from history as a living, lyrical, intensely gifted girl who confronts her rapidly changing life and the increasing horror of her time with astonishing honesty, wit and determination. This impassioned drama peeks in on Frank, her family and their friends as they hide from the Nazis in occupied Amsterdam in a concealed storage attic, capturing the realities of their daily existence.

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Thursday, March 12