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For 82 years, Long Beach residents have flocked to the local shoreline each summer to sail, build sand castles, fish, and watch exciting boat races, all part of the Long Beach Sea Festival.
On Saturday May 11 from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) will host the 5th Annual BikeFest at the official finish line of the Tour of Long Beach, a Miller Children’s Hospital fundraiser.
The American Heart Association invites the community to the Long Beach Heart Walk at the Shoreline Village in the heart of Long Beach on Nov. 10, 2012.
It’s the 19th Annual Long Beach Crawfish Festival. Serving seasoned Cajun Crawfish dinners, prepared to mouth-watering perfection by Bristol Farms.
Parkers’ Lighthouse is excited to announce the addition of live music Wednesday through Saturday evenings. It’s the perfect way to sooth the soul and relax either in the new Lounge or The Queensview Steakhouse at Parkers’ Lighthouse.
Submitted by Elizabeth Anderson
The Beach House has everything going for it: unique gifts and a proprietor who defines coastal cool. Greta Simbler is armed with charm, good taste and an eclectic mix of beautiful merchandise that reflects the pleasures of being at the beach.
Celebrate the start of prime trikking season in Southern California with the Last Saturday of the Month Ride on May 28, 2011, in Long Beach. Entry Fee is one can food item to be donated to the Food Bank of Southern California.
Mardi Gras conjures up images of masks, beads, parades, music, fun, and… Long Beach. Yes, Long Beach! Mardi Gras returns as an all day event to downtown Long Beach with the ‘Long Beach Mardi Gras at Rainbow Harbor’ on March 5, 2011!
Parkers’ Lighthouse, known for its mesquite grilled fresh seafood, announces a $2.5 million remodel and modernization project scheduled to be completed by early 2011.
The gourmet food trucks are returning to Long Beach by popular demand! It was clear with the overwhelming success of Long Beach’s first street food festival in July that participants and attendees alike wanted a second helping.