Here's what's going on this weekend in The SoCalendar, with some more local reopenings!
Don't forget May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Here are some great ideas to help you and your family celebrate our wonderful Asian communities.
On May 15, the Skirball Cultural Center began their newest exhibition: Ai Weiwei: Trace. This display pays tribute to "heroes of our time" with 83 portraits, each hand-assembled from thousands of LEGO bricks. How cool! Make sure to reserve your tickets in advance.
Head down to Penny Oven in Eagle Rock for a hand-made dumpling-making class. You'll master the basics of dumpling wrapping in various shapes, learn valuable knife skills and create your own fillings from scratch! Classes are every weekend until the end of June.
The Electric Dusk Drive-In and Secret Movie Club present Disney's MOANA at 8:15 p.m. Sunday. Come sing along with the whole family and embrace Pacific Islander culture. Get your tickets online and make sure to arrive at least 30 minutes early.
And guess what? The GRAMMY Museum is reopening Friday at 35% capacity. They have three major new exhibits to check out. If you're a first responder, health care or essential worker, you'll get free admission through June. If not, tickets are $15 online.
Also having its reopening debut is The Broad on May 26. Lots of new things to check out, including installations of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Roy Lichtenstein, Kara Walker and Andy Warhol! You can reserve your free tickets in advance.
Ready to soar to new heights? You'll love what the South Coast Botanic Garden has to offer. SOAR: Tropical Butterflies! Featured in their newly built pavilion, you'll see butterflies in every stage of the life cycle. Maybe if you're lucky enough, you'll even have an encounter with one.
It's a bear-y big week for Knott's Berry Farm. Southern California's original theme park reopens on Friday. The park is commemorating its 100th anniversary with a grand summer-long celebration paying tribute to the Knott family's rich history and legacy of family fun for all! Head to knotts.com to reserve your tickets.
Guess what's back with a splash? Six Flags: Hurricane Harbor reopens to the general public on Saturday. Head up to Valencia to experience everything from waterslides, pools and other splash-around features! Tickets and reservations are now available on the internet.
Haven't experienced live sports in a while? MLS has you covered. Head down to the Banc of California Stadium, as LAFC hosts the Colorado Rapids on Saturday. Get out on the pitch and check out one of the most state-of-the-art stadiums soccer has to offer.
Getting hungry? As a part of National Small Business Month, Los Angeles will celebrate its first-ever "Los Angeles Sandwich Week" next week! More than 100 sandwiches and small businesses will be featured from May 24-31, with $1 from every purchase donated to "Project Angel Food," which delivers more than 200 healthy meals daily to feed people impacted by serious illness across LA. What a great reason to get your favorite sub!
Finally, looking ahead to Memorial Day weekend, we have the perfect excuse for you to head down to San Diego: back-to-back concerts May 29-30 at Petco Park! First, John Stamos is hitting the stage again with his old pals, The Beach Boys, on Saturday. On Sunday, Ziggy Marley will play a special tribute concert to his father, Bob Marley. Tickets for both shows start at just $29.
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