Events

March 21, 2014

UPCOMING TICKETS AND TOURS EVENTS

Some restrictions apply. Times are approximate.
MARCH
Date: March 29
Event: Vegas Turnaround
Cost: $18 per person
Depart: 6 a.m. Return: 3 a.m. (March 30)
Description / Restrictions: Ages 21 and up
Deadline for sign up: March 25

APRIL
Date: April 5
Event: L.A. Garment District Shopping Trip
Cost: $18 per person
Depart: 9 a.m. Return: 7 p.m.
Description / Restrictions: Tour the fashion district and find great bargains as you shop for this year’s Easter outfit! Ages 10 and up
Deadline for sign up: March 28

Date: April 26
Event: Carlsbad Flower Fields Blues Day/ Outlet Tour
Cost: $40 per person
Depart: 7 a.m. Return: 8 p.m.
Description / Restrictions: Visit the Beautiful Flower Fields in Carlsbad and enjoy an afternoon of Blues entertainment featuring some of the finest musicians in the community. Tour includes a guided tour and wagon ride of the fields and a stop off at the Carlsbad Outlet on the return trip. Ages 10 and up
Deadline for sign up: April 16

MAY
Date: May 3
Event: L.A. City Tour and Cinco de Mayo Celebration
Cost: $18 per person
Depart: 8 a.m. Return: 10 p.m.
Description / Restrictions: Visit the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Mann’s Chinese Theater, Farmers Market, China Town and celebrate Cinco de Mayo on Olivera Street. Tour includes a drive-by tour of Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills.
Deadline for sign up: April 25

Date: May 17
Event: Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens Tour
Cost: $40 per person
Depart: 8 a.m. Return: 7 p.m.
Description / Restrictions: Includes a tour of the estate. Ages 10 and up
Deadline for sign up: May 1

JUNE
Date: June 7
Event: Stateline and Vegas Turnaround
Cost: $20 per person
Depart: 5 a.m. Return: 3 a.m. (June 8)
Description / Restrictions: Spend two hours at the Stateline, then continue on to Vegas. Ages 21 and up
Deadline for sign up: June 2

Date: June 21
Event: Summer Solstice Celebration in Santa Barbara
Cost: $20 per person
Depart: 7 a.m. Return: 10 p.m.
Description / Restrictions: Begin your summer with this fun festival that includes parades, music and a Mardi Gras atmosphere. There’s fun for the whole family!
Deadline for sign up: June 13




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