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So Many Fun Things to Do in Cathedral City!

Families enjoy unique inviting space outside the City’s Civic Center and Mary Pickford Theatre, so reminiscent of a quintessential town square, plays host to a growing list of festivals that includes the vividly colorful Cathedral City Hot Air Balloon Festival, Taste of JaliscoCathedral City LGBT Days, a portion of the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Halloween Spooktacular and Easter Kidapalooza.   During the Holidays, families also enjoy the North Pole Village at Snow Fest and the delightful “Candy Cane Lane”, the annual display of seasonal lights mounted by residents of Minerva Road in the Panorama neighborhood. Tourists from around the world come to view the unique “Fountain of Life” interactive water sculpture situated right in the heart of downtown.

soccer kidsEight community parks lie within Cathedral City’s boundaries. Sports and health enthusiasts take particular delight in Dennis Keat Soccer Park, home to the community’s popular AYSO soccer program and Desert Healthcare District’s fitness track and exercise stations. Baseball fans gravitate to Big League Dreams Sports Park while ice skaters and hockey players, both amateurs and Olympians, cherish Desert Ice Castle for its high quality sports venue.

Those seeking leisure time fun find plenty at Boomers! Family Entertainment Center where offerings include miniature golf, go-karts, bumper boats, climbing wall and a video-game arcade. Film buffs flock to D'Place Entertainment's Mary Pickford Theatre to enjoy a film in Plush Recliners or D-Box Motion Chairs and Coachella Valley Repetory for LIVE theatre and music.  The CVRep Playhouse serves as one of four anchors to Cathedral City’s Arts and Entertainment District.  Other anchors include the Mary Pickford Theatre, the Cathedral City Community Amphitheater and the Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City.

 

Family Fun Centers

Boomers!
Miniature Golf, Go Karts, Bumper Boats, Rock Wall & Game Room

Big League Dreams Sports Park
Replica fields of Wrigley Field, Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park

Palm Springs Lanes
Bowling and Billards

Theaters

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Mary Pickford Theatre

(14 Stadium Seating with Pure Digital Cinema - also designed for film festivals)

Regency Cathedral City 10
(Theater complex with multiple screens, all-stadium seating & self-service ticketing kiosks.)

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Coachella Valley Repertory
(One of America’s premier regional Actors’ Equity playhouses)

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