Brown Family Reunion 2014 is coming to Southern California July 3rd through 6th!
What better way to kick things off than with a day at the beach or local park followed by fireworks on July 4th. We'll also do some site seeing. After all you can't come to Los Angeles, without seeing some of the popular sites: Hollywood Blvd, Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, The Hollywood Sign and anything else we can fit in!
Wasn't the Brown Scanvenger Hunt fun at the last reunion? Well, it's baaaccckkkk!! So sharpen your scanvenger skills and be ready!
Registration fees for the 2014 Brown Family Reunion are:
$125 for persons 13 and older
$40 for persons 5 to 12 years old
$20 for persons 3 and 4 years old
Children 2 and under are free
Payment plans are available. Email Monyca at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 323.295.8656 for more information.
What you get for registering: commerorative tote bag filled with goodies (one per family), t-shirt for each paid registrant, hors d'oeurvs for Thursday's welcome reception, lunch for Friday's 4th of July outing and dinner for Saturday's banquet.
Hotel accommodations are being provided by the Sheraton Gateway LAX*. Room rates are $109/night for regular rooms and $119 for suites.
Either call 800.325.3535 or click on this link Brown Family Reunion (or copy and paste link directly to browser: https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/StarGroupsWeb/res?id=1308129305&key=B7355) to make your hotel reservations.We have a limited number of rooms at the discounted rate stated above, so make your reservations today!
Bring your sunglasses, flip flops, swimsuits, sunscreen, shorts and tanks! We will have tons of fun!
Looking forward to seeing you all!
2014 Brown Family Reunion Planning Committee
Barbra, Glenda, Janice, Gwen and Monyca
*Free shuttle service from LAX airport to Sheraton Gateway.
When: July 3-6, 2014 at 3:00 pm
Where: Los Angeles, CA
6101 W Century Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
Contact: Monyca Brown
Just a few days until the 2014 reunion!! Here is a brief look at what’s going down!
Thursday, July 3rd
3:00 pm- 9:00 pm - Registration
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm - Welcome Reception @ Sheraton Gateway Hotel
Friday, July 4th – Happy 4th of July!
10am – 2pm – Family Picnic @ Kenneth Hahn Park
3pm – 6pm – Free Time
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Fireworks (Place TBD)
Saturday, July 5th
6am – 3pm – Free Time
There’s lots to do during your free time and the weather is perfect for getting out and taking in the beauty of Los Angeles!
Here’s a list of some fun things to do:
-Venice Beach Boardwalk – www.venicebeach.com - Venice Beach in Los Angeles, CA is most known for it's colorful boardwalk with psychedelic artwork, cheap sunglasses and T-shirt vendors, street performers and random eccentric locals and travelers.
-Santa Monica Beach Pier – www.santamonicapier.org - Santa Monica Pier has an abundance of attractions including an amusement park, aquarium, trapeze school and more.
-Window shop on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills - www.rodeodrive-bh.com - If people only do one thing in Beverly Hills, it's usually to drive down the most exclusive 3 blocks of shopping in Southern California on Rodeo Drive between Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. Here you'll find luxurious showrooms from the top designers in the world. If you have time to get out and walk around, Via Rodeo pedestrian zone is a lovely little street that curves from Rodeo Drive to Wilshire Blvd.
-Walk the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame - www.walkoffame.com - The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the area's most visited landmarks. The Hollywood Walk of Fame runs east to west on Hollywood Boulevard from Gower Street to La Brea Avenue to Vine Street from Yucca Street to Sunset Boulevard. The biggest cluster of stars is in front of Hollywood & Highland and Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
-Take a tour around Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills – www.viptoursandcharters.com - 310.641.8114 (reservations required) - VIP Tours offers a wide range of sightseeing tours to Los Angeles and Anaheim's most popular destinations.
-Universal Studios & Universal CityWalk - www.citywalkhollywood.com - Universal Studios Hollywood is a combination of a working TV and movie studio and a movie-based theme park. Universal CityWalk hosts outdoor concerts and street performers, celebrity autograph sessions, talent contests and other themed events throughout the year.
-Griffith Park Observatory – www.griffithobservatory.org/visiting.html - Griffith Observatory is a space observatory, planetarium and astronomy museum in Griffith Park with great views of Downtown Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign. It is one of the top free things to do in Los Angeles.
-Getty Museum - www.getty.edu/museum/ - The Getty Museum, designed by architect Richard Meier, occupies 750 acres of land in the Santa Monica Mountain foothills. The Getty Center includes an art collection so large it takes four exhibit pavilions to show just part of it, and the complex includes nine buildings in total.
5pm – Midnight – Banquet @ Sheraton Gateway
Sunday, July 6th
8am – 9:45 am – Church @ Crenshaw Church of Christ
10:30 am – Meet at Monyca’s house for lunch