Intro

Happy Rainy Valentine’s Day, El Segundo! If you’re too swamped to celebrate today, keep reading! The South Bay has plenty to offer this weekend, from exciting, family-friendly runs to local art exhibits, to parties and live music. Enjoy!

2. Experience the Arts

Redondo Ballet Company presents “The Snow Queen”

WHAT: Watch the dancers of the Redondo Beach Ballet Company portray the captivating tale of the Snow Queen. Watch a young girl go on a wild adventure in search of her friend who has been captured by the Snow Queen. Will she find him? Come and find out!
WHEN: Saturday, February 16th at 3 pm
WHERE: Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center- 1935 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Redondo Beach
DETAILS: Contact Redondo Beach Ballet Company at (310) 292-4572 for more information, or purchase tickets here.

Movies and Music at Old Town Music Hall

WHAT: On Friday or Saturday, watch a showing of Stormy Weather, a major Hollywood musical with an African-American cast- made in a time when casting black leads was uncommon. This film is both groundbreaking and entertaining! Then on Sunday, catch Tom Corbett, singer-songwriter extraordinaire, and his band for an afternoon of original songs, bluegrass, folk, pop, and swing.
WHEN: Stormy Weather is playing on Friday, February 15th at 8:15 pm and Saturday the 16th at 2:30 pm and 8:15 pm. The Tom Corbett Band will perform on Sunday the 17th at 2:30 pm.
WHERE: 140 Richmond Street, El Segundo
DETAILS: hereSee ticket info and Old Town Music Hall’s complete concert schedule .

People of the South Bay Photo Exhibition

WHAT: Celebrate the South Bay with the opening exhibit of South Bay resident, Chad Richardson.  His exhibit, “People of The South Bay” is a celebration of the wonderful people of the culturally diverse South Bay, with photos taken in Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Hermosa, Torrance and El Segundo.
WHEN: February 16th at 1 pm
WHERE: Pursue Coffee- 1503 Aviation Boulevard, Redondo Beach, CA 90278
DETAILS: A percent of the proceeds will go to the family of Angelina Pinedo, the young student who was the victim of a nearby hit and run.