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Long Beach Playhouse Presents Treasure Island

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On April 8, the Long Beach Playhouse presents Treasure Island, the beloved classic by Robert Louis Stevenson. For many of us, most of what we know about pirates, buried treasure and adventure came from Stevenson’s novel.

Long Beach Celebrates First Anniversary of Bike Share

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The City of Long Beach Thursday, March 17, unveiled the first “Unicorn Bike” to help celebrate the Long Beach Bike Share program’s first anniversary. One of the distinctive bright blue bicycles was temporarily transformed into a one-of-a-kind, specially branded bike – complete with hot pink paint and sugar skulls – for a partnership between CycleHop, the City’s Bike Share program operator, and Lola’s Mexican Cuisine, 2030 E.

Laughs For Love Celebrates 5th Anniversary With Annual Dinner and Comedy Show

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‘Laughs for Love’ is an annual dinner and comedy show. This year the group will be celebrating the 5th anniversary of Love Beyond Limits as a non-profit organization. The event will take place on March 25, 2017 from 6 p.m.

Councilwoman Price Hosts 3rd Annual Spring into Summer Concert March 26

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Although spring is just beginning, Councilwoman Suzie Price is ready to kick this season off with her 3rd Annual Spring into Summer Concert. It will take place on Sunday, March 26, 2017, and will once again feature the band, The Dustbowl Revival. 

Good Friday 5:15, a Walk Through Jerusalem Comes to Long Beach

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All Saints Anglican Church presents Good Friday 5:15, A Walk Through Jerusalem. Good Friday 5:15 is reenactment of Jerusalem just after the Crucifixion. This is a chance for visitors to walk through and talk to citizens & soldiers in this recreation of Jerusalem at 5:15 on the first Good Friday.

Long Beach Chorale & Chamber Orchestra Presents “Haydn & Bach”

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The Long Beach Chorale and Chamber Orchestra (LBCCO) continues their 28th season with a program of works by two of the most celebrated composers in history. The concert features Franz Joseph Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass and Johann Sebastian Bach’s Concerto in D Minor for Two Violins, performed by full orchestra, 70-voice chorus, and violin soloists Luanne Homzy and Lisa Liu, and will take place on Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26 at Grace First Presbyterian Church in Long Beach.

Long Beach Symphony POPS! Presents Symphonic Spectacular: See the Music! A Sensory Extravaganza

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If you’ve always wanted to bring your entire family to a Long Beach Symphony POPS! concert, there’s no better time than 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 11 at the Long Beach Arena (300 E. Ocean Blvd.), when you’ll be able to both hear – and see – the music!

‘Sketchily Ever After’ Brings Improv, Original Comedy to LB Playhouse

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Held2gether, Improv for Life is returning for a 4th year as a part of the Collaborative at the Long Beach Playhouse, with its’ latest set of original sketches, Sketchily Ever After. The original sketch compilation, which has sold out its’ weekend run each year, has now been expanded to four shows, running Fridays and Saturdays, March 10-18th in the Studio Theatre.

Dr. Virginia Baxter Presents “Americas’s First Ladies” to American Association of University Women March 9

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Dr. Virginia “Ginny” Baxter will share historical insights in her presentation on First Ladies in American history at the March 9, 2017 branch dinner meeting of the Long Beach branch of American Association of University Women at the Recreation Gulf Course Clubhouse, 5001 Deukmejian Dr., Long Beach, CA 90804 at 5:30 p.m.

Fifteenth Annual African-American Festival at Aquarium of the Pacific February 25 and 26

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Celebrating the richness and diversity of African-American and African cultures, the Aquarium’s fifteenth annual African-American Festival will take place on Saturday and Sunday, February 25 and 26, from 9:00 a.m.

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