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Malibu’s 18th annual Fourth of July parade and picnic will begin at Bluewater Road at 9:30 a.m. on July 4. 22nd Century Media File Photos
CineMalibu attendees (left to right) Anna McCauley, Emily Leposky and Kathy Brock wait for the movie to begin during a previous summer’s event.
The Peace Factory architectural installation will be the setting of the June 17 meditation event at Strauss Ranch. Photo Submitted
Guests wait on the next course during Saddlerock Gardens’ dinner this spring. The summer dinner will be on Saturday, June 24.
The Malibu Ukulele Orchestra performs at the library in 2016.
Scott Hosfeld conducts the Malibu Coast Chamber Orchestra during Concert on the Bluffs in 2016.
A crowd checks out George Salem’s 1956 all original blue Corvette at last year’s Malibu Cars and Coffee event.
Enza Hibler offers patrons samples of frozen treats made from organic and whole raw vegetables during the Farmers Market in 2016.
Pictured is “Carmen from Merry Go World” series, a mixed media assemblage by Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Keinholz which is among pieces on display as part of Pepperdine’s “Process and Reality: Works from the Permanent Collection, Celebrating 25 Years of Acquisitions.” The 1991 piece is a gift of Peggy and Eric Lieber. Photo Submitted
Lauren Coughlin, Editor
11:20 am PDT June 14, 2017

Ready or not, summer is coming — and there’s fun on the horizon. 

From unscheduled options such as beach days, to local hikes and lots of fun camps and activities for the little ones, there’s plenty to do in and around Malibu in the approaching days and months. 

Catch our Top 25 things to do this summer in print, and visit MalibuSurfsideNews.com for another 25 exciting options. Get your calendars ready — you won’t want to miss out!

1. Tap Into Your Creative Side