Your Weekly Los Angeles Update: April 17, 2023
Calling All Spring Breakers….wait…Spring Break has come and gone…and with that, comes the excitement (or fear!) of summer being right around the corner. We are here to support all families with the best summer camps around. We have worked hard this year to ensure we are ready to delight those, big and small, with activities and sports to suit any discerning kiddo. From swimming to squash to ice cream sandwiches and dance parties, we have it all! Check out our full line-up.
Hot Kicks–Right around this time of year, the “it” shoe always emerges. A few years ago, it was the Bottega Veneta padded heel. But this season, the breakout shoe is thankfully much simpler: it’s a classic sneaker that retails for about $100. So, what is the said shoe? It’s the Adidas Samba low tops. Originally launched in 1950, these retro runners have a sporty look that have made them a best seller for years. As with all of our mentions, no affiliations here; just passing on the good stuff.
Love our Earth–This Saturday is the 53rd Earth Day! Check out this article on great ways to appreciate and celebrate our natural world.
Things We’re Loving
We are always looking for great snacks with clean ingredients to share with our Community. Today’s feature comes all the way from Australia, where a mom and dad teamed up to create yummy chips without the top allergens and artificial ingredients. After two years of testing recipes, The Good Crisp Company was born. And oh my, did they nail it. Step aside, Pringles!
These chips in the tall round canisters are sure to please…the stacked chips come in 5 flavors–we are partial to the Sour Cream + Onion. Pretty easy to find at your local market, Whole Foods, or online at Thrive Markets. Chip, chip hooray! (Strangely enough, today is National Cheese Ball Day, and they have those too!).
Summer, fall, winter, spring,
The seasons rotate as each brings
Its special beauty to this Earth of ours.
Winter’s snow and summer’s flowers;
Frozen rivers will flow come spring,
There is a renewal of everything.
Bird’s Eye View
Bay Club El Segundo:
Kid’s Night Out
Every Friday | 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
This themed drop-off event in the Clubhouse includes games, creative activities, bounce house play, and a pizza dinner. Sign up on Bay Club Connect. Email Family.email@example.com with any questions.
Clubhouse Hip Hop
Tuesdays | 4:00 pm-6:00 pm (ages 3-5); 5:00 pm-7:00 pm (ages 6-9)
Drop your kid off at the Clubhouse for a 45-minute hip hop session hosted by Miss Dani. After class, she’ll return your kids to childcare to play! 2 hours of childcare included. $140 for 6 sessions.
Small Group Training
Fee-based classes taught by Personal Trainers on Strength and Conditioning, Boxing, TRX, and Core. $20 per drop-in class or unlimited classes $80 per month. Email Mayra.Escobar@bayclubs.com for more details.
Pilates Reformer Classes
Reformer Pilates heightens mind-body awareness with focus on core strength and stability. $35.00 per class. Sign up on Bay Club Connect under Mind Body.
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