Monica Beach Hotel’s “California Classics Chef Concert Series” returns from
6:30-9:30 pm. The event gives music and food enthusiasts the chance to enjoy
classic rock favorites in a stylish setting overlooking the Pacific Ocean while
savoring contemporary California coastal cuisine from Executive Chef Keith
Roberts. General admission is $99 per person and includes beer, wine and
signature cocktails. 1700 Ocean Ave. Tix.com.
“I Wish To Be
Slimed,” presented by Nickelodeon and Toyota, will be held at Santa Monica
Place, level one, from noon to 6 pm. In preparation for the Kids’ Choice
Awards, Center Plaza will be transformed by a green screen digital sliming
station, a true sliming unit, and a Toyota RAV 4 vehicle display. Kids are
invited to enter to win for tickets to the Kids’ Choice Awards on March 23 and
for the opportunity to be slimed. Children under 18 years of age will need a
parent present if chosen to be slimed. santamonicaplace.com/Events.
Monica 4-Plex presents the exclusive engagement of “The Happy Poet.” The
film is an all-organic, mostly vegetarian comedy about Bill, a struggling poet
who pours his heart, soul, and last few dollars into starting a healthy hotdog
stand. Special Q&A sessions with The Happy Poet will follow the main
evening show tonight and Saturday, March 23. $11. 1332 2nd St. laemmle.com.
Stage presents “Celtic Soul” at 7 pm. The National Children’s Chorus brings
Ireland to The Broad Stage. Accompanied by authentic Irish instruments, and
sung by the purest voices in the city, Westsiders will be mesmerized by the
beauty of the Celtic art form, and convinced that leprechauns in fact may have
found a new home in Santa Monica. $36-$68. 1310 11th St. 310.434.3200, thebroadstage.com.
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