Burbank’s favorite event is back! After a 16 month hiatus due to the pandemic, the Magnolia Park Merchants Association is relaunching their monthly Ladies and Gents Night Out Event, but with a new name. The association board changed the name to Magnolia Park Night Out last month to create a more inclusive feel and to let the community know that all are welcome at the event. The first monthly event will be held on Friday, July 30th from 6:00-9:00pm.
The Burbank Arts and Education Foundation has set the IMPACT 2021 fundraising event for Burbank public schools for Friday evening, October 15, outdoors at...
ucks, exhibitors and a family fun zone. The 32nd annual Holiday in the Park event will be taking place on Friday, November 18th from 5:00-9:00pm from Hollywood Way to Florence st.
Catch Jackalope Arts this December 11th & 12th on San Fernando Boulevard (between Magnolia and Olive) in the heart of Downtown Burbank
Burbank Pride, a new committee, in partnership with Magnolia Park Merchants Association, presents the inaugural “Family Pride in the Park” event on Friday, September 30 from 6-9pm. The family-friendly, LGBTQIA+ edition of Magnolia Park Night Out will take place in the UMe Federal Credit Union parking lot at 3000 W. Magnolia Boulevard.
Nickelodeon celebrated the opening of their expanded campus in Burbank, with renovated and forward-thinking work and play spaces for the company's 700+ employees.
The Magnolia Park Merchants Association is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated return of Magnolia Park Food Truck Fridays in Burbank, California
Holiday in the Park (HITP) is put on by the Magnolia Park Merchants Association and this will be their 33rd annual event. Planned for Friday, November 17th from 5:00 PM-9:00 PM, the HITP committee has already started organizing the event and opened registration for exhibitors, sponsors, food trucks, and classic cars.
Author Mark Bowden talks about his most recent book with "Black Hawk Down" screenwriter Ken Nolan at the Buena Vista Library.
Skate Oddity turned Burbank “upside down” for their Hellfire Skate Club event at the LA Kings Burbank Sports Center on August 20th and 28th. The Stranger Things themed roller skating events were put on by Skate Oddity, a “rock’n’rollerdisco” group that has been holding 80’s music and culture inspired skate nights at the outdoor rink.