Intro

What’s up, El Segundo? With a visit from the Easter Bunny just a few days away, we hope you’re ready for some egg hunting, brunch-going fun! This weekend, the South Bay has everything from free art classes, to rooftop yoga, to Easter events spanning from Redondo to our very own Recreation Park. On Easter Sunday, you can also try out tasty brunch specials at Flemings, (hello, brioche French toast!) or any of these great South Bay eateries. Enjoy!

2. Explore Earth Day

8th Annual Earth Day Chalk Festival

WHAT: Join the King Harbor Association to celebrate our amazing planet at the 9th Annual Earth Day Chalk Art Challenge. Participants are invited to create a creative chalk art drawing to commemorate Earth Day. Explore nature hands-on with a marine touch-tank, and enjoy a surprise visit from On the Wing Falconry to spot some remarkable local wildlife!
WHEN: Saturday, April 20th from 10 am – 2 pm
WHERE: Redondo Beach Marina – 181 N. Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach, CA 90277 (Between Samba and Ruby’s)
DETAILS: This event is free and open to all ages. The first 100 children to sign-up on event-day will receive a reusable canvas tote to decorate and free, non-toxic chalk.

Friends of Wilderness Park Earth Day Campout

WHAT: Hopkins Wilderness Park is a beloved South Bay nature reserve. This Earth Day, learn more about the new developments at the park and volunteer opportunities at a family-friendly campout!
WHEN: Saturday, April 19th at 4 pm – Sunday, April 20th at 10 am
WHERE: Hopkins Wilderness Park- 1102 Camino Real, Redondo Beach
DETAILS: Event is free, but registration is required. See the flyer below for a full schedule of activities.