Pasadena Rose Parade
Monday, January 2, $125 per person
Attend the 128th annual Pasadena Rose Parade with the theme “Echoes of Success,” a celebration for those who help in the success of others. View the magnificent floral floats.high-stepping equestrians and spirited marching bands. No-host lunch.
Showcase of Rose Parade Floats
Tuesday, January 3, $60 per person
After the Rose Parade, the floral masterpieces are parked in Pasadena allowing you to walk within a few feet of them to appreciate the workmanship, creativity and detail that goes into them. No-host lunch in Pasadena before returning home.
Saturday, January 7, $49 per person
Visit the Getty Center in Brentwood incorporating modern design with beautiful gardens, open spaces and spectacular views of Los Angeles. Current exhibitions include “The Shimmer of Gold,” “The Art of Alchemy” and more. No-host lunch on site.
The Grove and Farmers Market
Saturday, January 14, $39 per person
Enjoy a day on your own for shopping and lunch at the Farmers Market adjacent to The Grove, a shopping mall anchored by Nordstrom’s, The Banana Republic and The Gap with restaurants scattered throughout. No-host lunch. (No escort)
Road to California Quilt Show
Saturday, January 21, $56 per person
Attend the annual quilt show in Ontario featuring superb quilt exhibits and world-class shopping opportunities. No-host lunch on site.
San Diego Seaport Village
Saturday, January 21, $39 per person
Spend a day away at Seaport Village, a 14-acre shopping, dining and entertainment complex on San Diego Bay. Stroll along the boardwalk, shop in the numerous stores, or ride on the historic 1895 Looff Carousel. (No escort.) (No-host lunch.)
Thursday, January 26, $62 per person
See the Reagan’s 100th Birthday renovation with Air Force One (the “Flying White House”), a full-scale replica of the Oval Office, and the Memorial Site. The current exhibit is “Interactive: How Pop Culture Reshapes Technology.” No-host lunch.
Huntington Library and Gardens
Saturday, January 28, $63 per person
Travel to the newly renovated Huntington Library in San Marino with special exhibits including “Real American Places,” the “Folded Transformations” (origami exhibit) and more. Stroll or ride the golf cart which stops at various places. No-host lunch on site.