There’s no shortage of things to do and places to go this March for Angelenos. Below are a few of our picks to make the most of your March.

GO HERE: Hop on over to  Montage Beverly Hills Hotel for a festive brunch at Scarpetta this Easter Sunday, March 31. Have little ones in tow? The Montage offers a variety of activities including Golden Easter Egg Hunts, face painting, and cookie decorating out on the Beverly Canon Gardens.

DO THIS: Put on something green and take part in  L.A. LIVE’s Saint Patrick’s Day Festival on Sunday, March 17 for free live entertainment, traditional Irish fare, and much more. Or take a San Diego day trip to see the  West Coast Premiere of Andy Warhol’s film, “San Diego Surf,” at the Museum of Contemporary Art.

EAT HERE: Start the day with something sweet at Beverly Hills’ newly-opened  Chaumont Bakery for an indulgent taste of Paris in the form of chocolate-almond croissants, chouquettes, and eclairs. If great-tasting pizza is what you crave, sink your teeth into WildCraft Sourdough Pizza’s, the newest curator of pies to hit Culver City featuring Neapolitan-style, sourdough pizza with a California culinary twist.

STAY HERE: Fill your day with pampering at  Hotel Valencia in San Jose or Auberge Du Soleil (photo, above) in Napa or Resort at Squaw Creek in Lake Tahoe, all of which have been listed under Conde Nast Traveler’s 2013 “Top 10 Spas in America.

WATCH THIS: You can leave your sneakers at home and still be a part of this year’s LA Marathon on Sunday, March 17. Whether its mile 1 or mile 26, support an individual runner in your life or cheer on the masses.

BUY THIS: Enrich your art collection while supporting a good cause by purchasing Eames House limited edition prints to help the Eames Foundation preserve the house as it existed when Charles and Ray lived and worked in it as well as the legacy that they left behind.