This weekend is so chock full of events and celebrations that you may need an official day of rest after the weekend ends. From celebrating Juneteenth to 21 ways to celebrate Father’s Day, we’ve got your weekend picks below.

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Celebrate Juneteenth: Brotherhood Crusade
In honor of the historic Juneteenth event, Brotherhood Crusade will host fun and exciting health and wellness activities and provide families with food baskets, backpacks, school supplies, and more to support for the most vulnerable in our community. Fri. Event details.

Exclusive Showing: Disney’s “Luca”
Hollywood’s legendary El Capitan Theatre presents Disney/Pixar’s “Luca” for an exclusive one week US engagement. El Capitan guests can enjoy a “Luca”themed photo op and purchase a limited edition pin offer. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

CAAM: African American Debutante Culture
The latest exhibit Rights and Rituals: The Making of African American Debutante Culture investigates the origins of these social organizations and the ways they supported young Black women’s participation in vital, albeit sometimes understated, race work. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Life Beginnings: New Exhibit
A brand-new exhibition, Life! Beginnings, opens at the California Science Center Jun. 18! The first phase of a reimagination of the World of Life Gallery, the visually immersive and hands-on exhibition invites guests to discover the ways humans and all living creatures reproduce, develop, and pass on their genes in order to bring new life into the world. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Marina Del Rey Waterbus
The WaterBus is back! For just $1 per ride, you can take the WaterBus to six stops in the Marina, including Burton Chace Park, Fisherman’s Village, and Marina “Mother’s” Beach. Bikes and strollers are allowed on board; pets are not allowed. Cash only. It also operates on July 4th and Labor Day. Fri.-Sun. Event details.Summer Sounds on the Plaza
Summer is here and live music is back! Enjoy a great mix of musical genres while you shop, dine and relax at The Original Farmers Market. Location: Farmers Market Plaza in front of Clock Tower. Fri. Event details.

Open: Annenberg Beach House Splashpad
It’s happening! The courtyard and splashpad are now open daily from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Motown at the Grammy Museum
Motown: The Sound Of Young America traces the evolution of the label, focusing on its major artists and musical achievements, and explores how the sound of Motown continues to influence some of pop music’s most important artists today. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Bubble Planet at Kidspace
This summer, bubbles are taking over Kidspace Children’s Museum during Bubble Planet, an all-new, all-outdoor event that’s truly out of this world. From the moment visitors enter the museum, they are transported to a world of fun, where bubbles shaped like rocket ships float skyward and tricycles zoom around an interstellar vortex. Tickets must be reserved online. Sun. Event details.

Father’s Day Celebration at Pretend City
Keep the grills off and the bad ties at home because Pretend City has everything you need to celebrate the father figures in your little one’s life. Today we’ll honor dads and grandpas with engaging activities, special art projects, and Father’s Day fun! Purpose Behind the Play: Fine motor practice, creativity, and gross motor skills. Sat. Event details.

SoFi Stadium Tours
SoFi Stadium, home to the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, is nestled in the heart of the sports and entertainment capital of the West Coast. Here you can experience what it’s like to be a LA fan, game viewer, broadcaster, player and more, on and off the field. We invite you to explore the transformation of the 300-acre Hollywood Park in Inglewood, CA, with our tours now available for purchase. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Roundhouse Aquarium: Re-Opening Celebration
Join the Roundhouse Aquarium at the end of the Manhattan Beach Pier for craft and activity tables, prizes, outdoor fun, and live performances by Jefferson Graham and Paul Ellis! Sat. Event details.

—Andie Huber

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