FOUND L.A: A FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE CREATIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN THE CITY’S UNDISCOVERED NEIGHBORHOODS
Los Angeles is a city of neighborhoods, each with its own identity, each with its own story. Central to the mission of LA Commons is connecting people to the many neighborhoods across our far flung metropolis. Found L.A., a free, citywide event, will showcase these places. Local residents will lead tours alongside celebrities and renowned artists, through culturally dynamic neighborhoods. For additional festival information visit http://www.lacommons.org/foundla/index.html
RSVP now to take a walking tour of EAST HOLLYWOOD.
Join community leader and lifelong resident Elson Trinidad on a trek
through the history and vibrancy of East Hollywood. Experience the
dynamic and diverse presence of its Thai, Armenian, Central American,
Filipino, arts, health care and bicycling communities. This three-hour
tour includes stops in Thai Town, Little Armenia, Barnsdall Park,
Healthcare Square and the Hel-Mel Bicycle District.
Parking available on streets or in the underground parking lot in the Ralphs/Ross shopping center on Hollywood and Western. However, it's highly recommended you park at your nearest Metro Rail station ( http://www.metro.net/riding_metro/maps/images/rail_map.gif) and take the Metro Red Line in to East Hollywood. The tour will start at the Hollywood/Western Metro station and end at the Vermont/Santa Monica Metro station.
Meeting Point: Hollywood & Western Metro Station
Tour Guide: Elson Trinidad
All Found L.A. tours are FREE and open to the public.
For additional information, contact Maidel Luevano at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Found L.A. is a FREE, citywide event that showcases culturally dynamic neighborhoods through the eyes of residents, public figures and renowned artists, who generously volunteer to share their unique perspective and passion for their neighborhood. Sunday, October 19, 2014, LA Commons will host the fourth annual Found LA: Festival of Neghborhoods. This year's theme Great Streets invites Angelenos to explore the main arteries of neighborhoods around the city, developed and not so, and meet the people in the center of activity there.
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