There is always so many things to do with kids in and around Los Angeles. Activities to do with kids this weekend include Dr. Seuss' Birthday, Cherry Blossom Festival, Auto Show, Trip to the Moon, and more. Keep reading and find out what is happening this weekend in Los Angeles! For more events, on the weekends or any day of the week, check our calendar.

Super Seuss-a-bration

Santa Monica Public Library

601 Santa Monica Blvd.

Santa Monica, CA 90401

March 3rd

10:00 am to 12:00 pm

This Saturday, Santa Monica Public Library is celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday featuring Buster Balloon’s Reading Show, other performances, crafts and lots of fun. Free tickets are available at 9:30 am.

Cherry Blossom Festival

South Coast Botanic Garden

26300 Crenshaw Blvd.

Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274

The South Coast Botanic Garden invites you to the cherry Blossom Festival this Saturday for the blooming season. Many believe Cherry Blossoms symbolize the fleeting beauty of life. It is also the national flower of Japan. Join for a “hanami” or Cherry Blossom viewing as you stroll through the Garden or picnic in the Amphitheater Lawn. Travel to Japan through sight, taste and sound with bento (lunch), live performances throughout the afternoon, and family-friendly craft activities for all to enjoy. ($9 for adults, students are $6, children 5-12 are $4, and children 4 and younger are free).

2018 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival

California Adventure Park

1313 Disneyland Dr.

Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

Fri Mar 2nd - Thu Apr 12th

Celebrate the bounty of California with irresistible cuisine, beverages, entertainment and more! Watch some of your favorite Celebrity Chefs in person as they cook up a fun and exciting evening. Indulge your sweet tooth during 3 delicious dessert-focused presentations and tastings, each hosted by a different celebrity chef. Learn cooking techniques, discover new recipes and find out how to spend more family-time at the series of demonstrations. Kids ages 3 to 11 will be able to participate in a hands-on “cooking” experience that ends with hilarity and a sweet surprise.

The Classic Auto Show

Los Angeles Convention Center

1201 S Figueroa St.

Los Angeles, CA 90015

Mar 2nd - Mar 4th

10:00 am - 8:00pm

The Classic Auto Show is the largest 3-day indoor classic car show in the U.S. It’s where the entire classic car community comes together for a celebration of all things on wheels. You’ll see the cars you love, rub shoulders with your favorite auto celebrities, and view Live restoration and auto detailing demos. The show will exhibit over 1,000 classics on two floors of the LA Convention Center including the rarely seen, museum quality classics displayed on the prominent Grand Boulevard, celebrity builds, and hundreds of classics from local car clubs representing all the Domestic and Foreign marques you love.


A Trip to the Moon

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S Grand Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90012

March 2nd - March 3rd


Inspired by Georges Méliès’ 1902 film A Trip to the Moon, Grawemeyer-winning composer Andrew Norman’s whimsical opera tells the story of a band of bumbling astronomers as they explore the moon, try to fix their broken rocket, and interact with a mysterious race of moon people who are facing a perilous threat of their own. Teddy Abrams also conducts Gustav Holst’s perennially popular suite The Planets, which was based on the characteristics/personalities of the Roman god-named planets of astrology, rather than the solar system orbiters we know from science. The results are colorful, powerful, mysterious, soaring and thoroughly memorable. This show is for ages 6 and up.

Genghis Khan: The Exhibition

Ronald Reagan Foundation

40 Presidential Dr.

Simi Valley, CA 9306

March 1st - Aug 19th

What do pants, the pony express, cannons, paper money, skis, violins, bakhlava and “hooray!” have in common? Answer: Genghis Khan introduced them all to the West. Not Genghis the brutal barbarian of Western history books, but Genghis the great civilizer and lawmaker, whose empire brought each of these innovations to the west, including 13th Century Mongolian-style democracy. Now the most comprehensive exhibition of Genghis Khan and his treasures invades the Reagan Library, its only Southern California stop on an international tour that has drawn more than a million visitors.

Cabrillo Craft Corner

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

3720 Stephen M. White Dr.

San Pedro, CA

March 3rd 10am-2pm

On the first Saturday of the month, everyone can get creative at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium. The craft projects will involve making artwork from recycled everyday household items. Besides getting crafty, you learn about conservation and how you can do your part to protect southern California coastline.

The Beverly Hills Dog Show

Pomona Fairplex

1101 W McKinley Ave.

Pomona, CA 91768

Sat March 3rd

7:00am - 7:00pm

This big dog show contains a full day of canine action. At 7 a.m., the breed judging begins in Expo Hall 4 & 6 Breed Rings. At 9 a.m., you can see the diving dogs practice at the outdoor diving dog area with the competition starting there at 10 a.m. The pre-show ring entertainment kicks off at 12:30 p.m, and the group judging commencing at 1 p.m. in Expo Hall 4 Group Ring. The Best-In-Show will be done at 6:30 p.m., or following group judging at Expo Hall 4 BIS Runway.

Alice Live at Nine O'Clock Players

Theatre for Children

1367 North Saint Andrews Place

Los Angeles, CA 90028

Mar 4th 2:00pm - 3:30pm

The multi-award winning Nine O'Clock Players continue their 87th year bringing extraordinary family theater to Southern California with a magical musical look at the fantastical story of Alice! With all the characters you know and love, including the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, the Caterpillar, and the Queen of Hearts Alice follows the White Rabbit into a Wonderland of talking animals, comic royalty, and a croquet game played with flamingos! A fast-paced musical where nonsense makes quite good sense. Fun for the whole family!

The Opening Performance will take place on Sunday, March 4th, 2018 at 2pm. Other performances are on Sundays, March 11th and 18th and 25th. All performances are at 2pm. Ticket prices are $15.