Posted by on March 8, 2018

I just received great news on some ideas to make the most of LA this month  All family friendly! If you are local to LA or visiting, check out the events going on RIGHT NOW!!



Family Friendly Events in Los Angeles

Spring in Los Angeles brings a lot of different events to check out! If you have a variety of age groups in your family, it can be challenging to find something that everybody can enjoy. If you’re looking for some family friendly destinations to visit in the upcoming months, here are four choices to consider.

The Classic Auto Show 2018
Los Angeles Convention Center
March 2-4, Noon – 8 PM
There are seven new exhibits at this years classic auto show! Kids interested in cars can try their hand at building a mini engine at the Hot Rodders Junior Challenge. The KidZone area of the convention center will have interactive scavenger hunts, play areas built by Hot Wheels, access to STEM educational programs, and photo opportunities with mascots.

Family Arts Fest
Smothers Theatre and Gregg G Juarez Courtyard
March 3, 11 AM-2:30 PM
This fun festival takes place outside of Los Angeles in Malibu. There will be face painting, museum tours, backstage access, interactive exhibits, a dance party, magic show, and more! Live music will be performed by Sonia De Los Santos, known for her multicultural music for families. Food trucks will also be present! The current line up includes Chicken and Waffle Factory, Recess Truck, Humble Crust, and the Original Grilled Cheese Truck.

Colorfest 2018
1020 El Centro Street
March 17, 10 AM – 3 PM
All ages will love this festival inspired by the Indian tradition of Holi. If you’re unfamiliar, it’s a celebration where participants throw colored corn starch packets and celebrate community with music, food, and fun. The result is a rainbow of colors on every person and surface! Admission is $5, and color packets are also available for purchase.

Walk for Kids
Exposition Park
April 8, 7 AM-10 AM
This 3 mile walk hosted by the LA Ronald McDonald House promotes awareness and raises funds for the programs that they provide. The zone for kids will have carnival games, face painting, balloon art and other interactive activities for children. It’s a great way to partake in physical activity and have fun helping out a good cause at the same time.

It might seem like overkill at first glance, but reserving professional transportation is a great way to introduce convenience and organization to family fun. When somebody else is in charge with directions and dealing with Los Angeles traffic, you have a lot more time and energy to have a good time. For more information, head to

Party Bus Los Angeles
2530 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90006
(323) 638-7180



If you do plan on going to one of these events, let me know OR post your Instagram photos and tag @therobotmommy so I may see! 





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