If you’re looking for something local to do during March 16-24, here are 12 places to take your kids while staying in Burbank.
Burbank and Burroughs High School choirs and bands join forces with industry professionals from Musicians at Play Foundation to raise funds for the two high schools' instrumental and vocal music programs with a concert featuring iconic works by John Williams and Michael Giacchino and conducted by Anthony Parnther from the London Philharmonic.
The one-night only performance showcases real stories about diverse experiences and challenges. Proceeds will go to Burbank's Family Service Agency.
Tickets are still available for two shows on Saturday and one show Sunday, showcasing some of Burbank's top student talent.
The annual musical theater offering from John Burroughs High School packed the house for three shows February 8-10.
Students in the drama, musical theater, vocal music, instrumental music and tech crew programs at Burroughs High School join forces for three performances of "West Side Story" on February 8, 9 and 10.
The LA Kings and American Sports Entertainment Co. announced on Thursday that they have acquired ownership, branding to start in June
On December 14, the City of Burbank hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the popular seasonal ice rink known as "The Rink," located behind City Hall.
Students at Burroughs High School present three performances of the play, based on the folk song "Barbara Allen."
The prix fixe Chef's Table meal includes a visit to a hidden cocktail room and a special six-course menu created and served by Executive Chef Perry Pollaci, plus a decadent smorgasbord of desserts.
Recently opened in Magnolia Park, Plush Puffs offers a fun twist on the idea of a coffee and sweets shop with its hand made gourmet marshmallow confections.
A friendly and welcoming spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner, sweet treats and coffee in Burbank/Toluca Lake, Red Maple Cafe also boasts a comfortable outside patio.