Frozen Live musical makes its world premiere this weekend at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim. The 45-minute performance includes a talented singing performances by a diverse cast, detailed costumes and amazing sets, including Elsa’s ice stair and chandelier
FREE music, food booths, kiddie rides at the annual Fiesta Hermosa community fest in Hermosa Beach, Sat-Mon, 10a-6p.
VETS SCORE BIG AT HOLLYWOOD PARK CASINO THIS MEMORIAL DAY
Los Angeles’ Hollywood Park Casino (HPC) announced it will provide a complimentary American breakfast for veterans, for the second year, this Memorial Day.
On Monday, May 30 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., anyone who has ever served in the U.S. military or is on current, active duty can show their valid military ID to receive the free meal. Breakfast will include two eggs, breakfast potatoes, a choice of bacon, ham steak, sausage or turkey sausage, and choice of toast.
“We could not be more grateful for the men and women who have served and sacrificed so much for our great country,” HPC General Manager Deven Kumar said. “We are happy to give back in some, small way for all they have done for others.”
HPC offers many perks for players, both military and civilian, such as no collection Black Jack and Baccarat, and daily, no-limit Hold’em tournaments. They also boast the best $40/$80 limit Omaha game in the state.
Veterans and Active-Duty military personnel will need to be seated players to take advantage of the free breakfast and will receive a complimentary breakfast voucher, which can be redeemed at the concierge desk.
HPC will also be providing free meals on Veterans Day.
“We welcome everyone who has served our country to come and enjoy all HPC has to offer, while enjoying a meal, on us,” Kumar said.
For more information, visit: www.playhpc.com.
Do delectable dolmathes and freshly constructed gyros suit your palate? How about homemade moussaka and juicy souvlaki? These and other Greek delicacies are served up during the 43rd Annual Valley Greek Festival fundraiser held on Memorial Day weekend, from 12pm to 10pm. The Mediterranean delights are only part of the party, which includes the chance to survey the goods available via a number of vendors hawking everything Greek, from music to pottery to jewelry and more. Folk dances from the old country are also a big treat, as is the chance to tour St. Nicholas Church. Admission is just $3 and they offer free parking St.
Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
9501 Balboa Blvd.
Northridge, CA 91325
Dates: May 28, 29 & 30, 2016