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Event Series Event Series: LHYAC Spring 2023 Session

LHYAC Spring 2023 Session

Date
May 1
Time
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
http://bit.ly/LHYACArts
Council District
City Council District 1

Spring 2023 online registration is just around the corner! 📣

Make sure you mark your calendars for the online registration launch this Saturday! We’ll also be at the center to offer hands-on support to anyone who could use the extra help at our first On-Site Online Registration Assistance Day this Saturday, April 15, from 10 am – 12 pm. Staff will be ready and waiting to help answer any of your questions with registration, so swing by! Our #NEW #FREE Spring 2023 Session begins on May 1 – June 3 for 5 weeks. We have lots of our tried and true classes back! Tell a friend! 🎨🎭🎶🎤⁣🎹🎧🎸

Stay tuned for more class details which will be shared throughout the week. Make sure you follow our Eventbrite page at bit.ly/LHYACArts for the class schedule and updates.
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We can’t wait to have you back for our spring session!

Location

Lincoln Heights Youth Art Center
2911 Altura st.
Los Angeles, CA 90031 United States
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Phone:
(323) 224-0928
Website:
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