Middle-grade readers are invited to participate in our fun monthly book discussions. This month, we will be reading Freewater by Amina Luqman-Dawson. Award-winning author Amina Luqman-Dawson pens a lyrical, accessible historical middle-grade novel about two enslaved children’s escape from a plantation and the many ways they find freedom. Free with RSVP please e-mail Ms. Ashley at email@example.com for the Zoom login information.
Bailamos in Canoga Park will showcase the participants of the dance workshop with performances from professional dancers as well. Canoga Park Youth Arts will be displaying dance inspired art work. A Canoga Park Library representative will also be in attendance with a booth to get the community members interested in their programs as well. This dance event will be held at Canoga Park Community Center for the public to enjoy. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org / the event is free/
February 24 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Art in the Park, 5568 Via Marisol Avenue Los Angeles,
Community Arts is held outside in Hermon Park most Saturdays. Join us in exploring the arts, from puppets to painting. Let’s keep each other healthy, please stay home if you feel unwell or have any potential Covid symptoms. If the weather is extreme due to high heat or rain, Community Arts will be canceled.
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Experience the interior of Hollyhock House at your own pace with a self-guided tour. Docents are on hand to provide information and answer questions. Guidebooks are also available for visitors to use in the house. Tickets on sale now through January. Tickets for February will be released in December. If it says NO EVENTS on the purchasing calendar that indicates tours are sold out for that date or Hollyhock House is closed. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Glenn Kaino: Aki’s Market is inspired by Akira and Sachiye Shiraishi’s small neighborhood market (1957–1970) in East Los Angeles. Created by artist Glenn Akira Kaino (Akira’s grandson and namesake), the exhibition explores the transgenerational trauma from the World War II Japanese American incarceration experience through the stories of Kaino, his family, and the community. It is also an interrogation of the American practice of displacement—collapsing almost 100 years of cultural subjugation into a spiritual, exploratory space from which the building…
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