South Bay Events
Let this weekend’s South Bay events take you back to a time of handcrafted goods, black and white movies and the turmoil of WWII. There will be many opportunities for nostalgia this weekend with old movies, remembrances, and some new reasons to get out like the 5K marathon and World Ocean’s Day.
Friday, June 6, 7:00am – 10:00pm
ETSY Craft Party – It’s going to be a whole day of crafting! There will be hands on activities for the kids, a crafting demo, live entertainment, a raffle, beer, wine and more.
Port of Los Angeles Warehouse No 10, 112 East 22nd Street, San Pedro, CA 90731
Friday, June 6, 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Free Outdoor Movies on the Boardwalk – Remember The Goonies? This weekend bring your nostalgia for an outdoor showing of The Goonies right on the pier!
Where: Redondo Pier
100 Fisherman’s Wharf Redondo Beach 90277
Friday, June 6, 10:00am – 2:00pm
San Pedro Farmers Market – Heirloom vegetables, delicious food, live entertainment and craft vendors.
Where: W 6th St., San Pedro, CA 90731
Saturday, June 7, 9:00am
Color Me Rad 5K – Prepare to get splattered with color. Go in with a clean white T-shirt then run through the 5K course for a colorful finish. You will have the time of your life!
Where: Stubhub Center
18400 South Avalon Boulevard, Carson, CA
Saturday, June 7, 11:00am – 4:00pm
D-Day 70th Anniversary Commemoration – The SS Lane Victory is hosting a remembrance to commemorate D-day. World War II vehicles will be on display and there will be flybys along with a fire boat demonstration.
Where: SS Lane Victory
Berth 49, San Pedro, CA 90733
Sunday, June 8, 10:00am – 5:00pm
World Ocean’s Day – Our beautiful planet Earth is awash with massive oceans. Celebrate the abundance of life that our world’s oceans support and rejoice in the majesty of the amazing bodies of water that we depend on. Have fun learning while joining in a scavenger hunt, hands on activities and more!
Where: Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, CA 90731
Sunday, June 8, 3:00pm
The Wizard of Oz – There’s no place like home and The Warner Grand Theatre of course. Travel back in time to the 30’s in this historical building and experience what it must have been like to see The Wizard of Oz at its first showing. The theater was opened in 1931 and the Wizard of Oz was first shown in 1939.
Where: Warner Grand Theatre
When it comes to the South Bay events are you more of an early riser, sunrise in the South Bay type? Or do you prefer the South Bay’s nightlife?