Events

November 22, 2013

MARCH TICKETS AND TOURS ON THE GO

The following trips are scheduled with the March Tickets and Tours office. For more information, call 951-655-4123. You must sign up for the trips in person at Bldg. 434.

Nov. 23: Vegas Turnaround — $18.00 per person, departs 5 a.m., returns approximately 3 a.m., minimum age 21, deadline for sign up is Nov. 20.

Dec. 1: Hollywood Christmas Parade — Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy the Hollywood Christmas Parade. $16 per person, departs at noon and returns approximately 11 p.m. Deadline for sign up is Nov. 26.

Dec. 7: Solvang at Christmas — $18.00 per person, departs 7 a.m., returns approximately 10 p.m., minimum age is 10 years, departs 7 a.m., returns approximately 10 p.m. Enjoy the sounds of the holiday season in this quaint little Danish community. Lots of activities, delicious food and pastries, and one-of-a-kind ornaments. Deadline for sign up is Dec. 2.

Dec. 21: Customer appreciation shopping trip to 3rd Street Promenade and Ice Skating – Get in some last-minute shopping in downtown Santa Monica and afterward, stop at the Outdoor Ice Skating Rink. Enjoy hot chocolate and the Christmas atmosphere. Cost is $16.00 per person with a buy one, get one free seat. Price is for transportation only. Skating is $12 per person (which includes skate rental) and must be paid on your own after arrival. Deadline for sign up is Dec. 16.




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