What to do every day this week in long beach (1/15-1/21)

Lend a helping hand to your community, learn how to dance in the sky with an aerial fabric class and enjoy a nice bike ride while appreciating the city’s beautiful murals. Here is everything you need to do this week in Long Beach.

Monday
MLK Day of Service
Join the offices of Mayor Robert Garcia and Vice Mayor Rex Richardson for a collaborate day of community service in honor of Martin Luther King’s national holiday. The day will begin with a Houghton Park (6301 Myrtle Ave) with a pancake breakfast provided by the Long Beach Firefighters Association at 8 a.m. Afterword’s, there will be nine service projects throughout Long Beach residents can take a part in giving a helping hand. For sign-ups and more information visit: www.leadershiplb.org/mlk/

Tuesday
Aerial Fabric Classes
Make the most out of your Tuesday night and join Groundwork Fitness (333 Pine Ave) as they host an Aerial Fabric class that will teach you how to dance in the sky. The class runs from 8:15-9:15 p.m. For additional information including payment email halliejane@aerialbutterfliesy.com

Wednesday
Doodlefest
Come take part in the Squeeze Art Collective’s monthly doodlefest at Ballast Point Long Beach (110 N Marina Dr) from 7-10 p.m. and doodle with friends over some beers and food. Squeeze Art Collective with provide scrap paper and markers but ask if you have extra supplies to bring them too. The event is free to attend.

Thursday
Local Band Hangout
The Queen Mary (1126 Queens Hwy) will host its monthly third Thursday live music event in the Observation Bar. Grab a drink and dine in as you listen to Long Beach’s local artist Hipsway, DJ La Flaca Lee and DJ Eusebio Akasa. Happy hour is from 5-7 p.m. and the show runs from 7-10 p.m. Admission is free. For more information please visit http://www.queenmary.com/dining-bars/dining-bars/observation-bar/local-bar-hangout/

Friday-Sunday
ISS Long Beach Expo and Conference
The Long Beach Imprinted Sportswear Show will take place at the Long Beach Convention Center (300 E Ocean Blvd) and will host exhibitors and conferences featuring the latest products and services released for 2018. Connect with current exhibitors and develop relationships to help increase your profitability and presence in the market. For more information visit https://registration.experientevent.com/showiss181?flow=attendee&_ga=2.192336300.769426933.1510950369-550969206.1510950359

Saturday
Bike Mural Tour
Take a bicycle ride in downtown and stop to enjoy the art in this family-fun event hosted by MADE by Millworks (240 Pine Ave). The journey begins at MADE at 9:45 a.m. It will be an easy-paced bike ride of about two hours appreciating the city’s murals. Don’t forget to bring a camera, sunscreen and water.

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