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The Grove of Mystics

Council District
City Council District 1

Join us for an enchanting afternoon at the Grove of Mystics! Immerse yourself in a magical world of mythic stories, martial arts, herbal medicine, and delectable local food. Presented by Jennifer Rose and Producer Olivia Lynes.

Discover captivating performances of stories of the Greek Goddess of witchcraft with passages from Madeline Miller’s New York Times bestseller CIRCE created by choreographer Jennifer Rose. Witness awe-inspiring martial arts performances that will leave you breathless. Learn about the healing power of Chinese medicine and explore the natural remedies that have been used for centuries from Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist Peter Galle offering a handcrafted custom tea blend made by Yin Dew.

Enjoy passages from the book seriesLibray of Esoterica by our guest speaker and author Jessica Hundley.

Indulge your taste buds with a variety of delicious local dishes, prepared with culture and soul from Eden’s Hungarian and Loria Stern’s famous floral pressed baked goods from Eat your Flowers as well as award winning Botanical sips from Optimist Botanicals.

Learn exciting ways to engage with activities at the LA River from The Friends of the LA River.

Whether you are a seeker of knowledge, a lover of martial arts, a believer in the power of nature, or simply someone who enjoys good food and great company, the Grove of Mystics is an event not to be missed. Mark your calendars and prepare for an unforgettable experience!

 

Please direct inquiries to Jenelizabethrose@gmail.com

Program Schedule can be found here!

Location

Montecillo De Leo Politi Park
Recreation Lodge Drive
Los Angeles, 90012 United States
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Organizer

Jennifer Rose
Email
Jenelizabethrose@gmail.com
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