March 2017

Getty Center

Saturday, March 4, $49 per person

Visit the Getty Center in Brentwood with current exhibitions including “Bouchardon: Royal Artist of the Enlightenment,” “The Sculptural Line” and “The Ancient World through Medieval Eyes.” No-host lunch on site.

 

Santa Anita Races

Thursday, March 9, $64 per person

Enjoy the thrill of thoroughbred racing in the beauty and tradition of Santa Anita Park in Arcadia. Considered by many to be the world's most beautiful race track, price includes admission, a buffet lunch and a racing program.

 

“My Fair Lady” at the Welk

Saturday, March 11, $99 per person

Travel to the Welk Resorts Theatre in Escondido to see “My Fair Lady” with lunch included. The story of a Cockney street vendor transformed into a lady includes such songs as “I Could Have Danced All Night” and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face.”

 

Santa Monica Farmer’s Market

Wednesday, March 15, $45 per person

Head to Santa Monica's weekly Farmer's Market, recognized as one of the most diverse in the nation. You may also wish to stroll down to the famous Santa Monica Pier with various restaurants and the famous “End of Route 66” sign. No-host lunch.

 

“Irish Eyes Are Smiling”

Friday, March 17, $99 per person

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a revue and three-course sit-down lunch with wine at Almansor Court in Alhambra. Songs include “Danny Boy,” “Irish Eyes Are Smiling,” “Mac Namara’s Band” and “Molly Malone.” Don’t forget to wear green!

 

Huntington Library and Gardens

Saturday, March 18, $63 per person

Travel to the newly renovated Huntington Library in San Marino with special art exhibits including “Real American Places.” Stroll or ride the golf cart to the "Japanese Garden," the "Desert Garden" and the "Chinese Garden" (Liu Fang Yuan). No-host lunch on site.

 

Reagan Library

Tuesday, March 21, $62 per person

Travel to the presidential library of Ronald Reagan in Simi Valley. See Air Force One (the “Flying White House”) and a full-scale replica of the Oval Office. The current exhibit is “Interactive: How Pop Culture Reshapes Technology.” No-host lunch on site.

 

“That’s Entertainment”

Thursday, March 23, $99 per person

Join our popular guide Curt at the Fashion Institute for the “Art of Motion Picture Costume Design.” See the costumes from your favorite movies. Visit the Hollywood Entertainment Museum with a driving tour of Hollywood Blvd. Lunch included.

 

San Diego Seaport Village

Saturday, March 25, $39 per person

Spend a day away at Seaport Village, a 14-acre shopping, dining and entertainment complex on San Diego Bay. Enjoy a no-host lunch; stroll along the boardwalk ; shop in the numerous stores, or ride on the historic 1895 Looff Carousel. (No escort.)

 

“42nd Street” at the Candlelight

Saturday, March 25, $99 per person

Aspiring chorus girl Peggy Sawyer leaves her hometown of Allentown, PA, for a shot at Broadway. She catches the eye of a legendary director and lands a spot in his upcoming production but eventually replaces the injured lead actress. Lunch included