Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Coming Attractions: Father's Day at Dodger Stadium, Women's Suffrage Celebration, Pinkberry Unveils Watermelon

Besides the Los Angeles Film Festival, which I mentioned kicks off on Thursday, check out what other family-friendly events will soon be happening in L.A.

Dodger Stadium Hosts Game of Catch with Dad:
The hometown team is hosting a special free Father's Day event on Sunday, June 20. From 10 a.m.-1 p.m., families can go out onto the field and play catch with Dad. Visitors also will be able to park for free, and the first 3,000 through the gates will receive a complimentary Dodger Dog. Score!

Heritage Square Museum Celebrates 90 Years of Women's Suffrage!
To honor the 90th anniversary of ladies having the right to vote, Heritage Square Museum is hosting the exhibit "Their Rights and Nothing Less: A Celebration of Women's Suffrage." Yay 19th Amendment! The exhibit features "ephemera and artifacts ... from the early years of the suffrage movement," according to the press release, and will run June 19-Sept. 26 (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only).

Pinkberry Unveils Watermelon Frozen Yogurt for Summer
CC will love this! For a limited time, beginning June 25, Pinkberry will offer watermelon frozen yogurt topped with watermelon puree and diced cucumber. And to sweeten the deal, Pinkberry outlets will host Watermelon Happy Hours from 5 p.m.-7 p.m., when customers can order any size serving of watermelon yogurt, including toppings, for half price.

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