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SPRING FLING PICS ARE IN
About 1000 neighbors showed up for our first ever Spring Fling Festival. It was a cool Saturday afternoon filled with tons of fun -- and we have the pictures to prove it! The slideshow above is just some of the photos taken by our amazing photographer Elaine Lee (email@example.com).
thank you, young artists!
We are so grateful to all the students and teachers who participated in our Art Challenge and put their creativity on display at Spring Fling. Click on the images below to get a closer at their beautiful work:
FREE MOVIES IN THE PARK
ALL SUMMER LONG
Grab your family and head to the park for some free fun under the stars, courtesy of Council President Herb Wesson. Click flyer for details.
32 PARKS ARE OPEN LATE
ALL SUMMER LONG
For the 10th year, the Summer Night Lights program will keep parks and recreation centers open late to provide young people and families with safe, fun gathering spaces during the summer months.
Park hours will be extended from 7-11PM from June 28-August 5 & August 11-August 25.
Find out which parks near you are participating by clicking your language of choice:
"VISION ZERO" IMPROVEMENTS COMING TO OUR COMMUNITY
Every year, more than 200 people are killed while trying to move through our city. Nearly half of these people are walking or bicycling, and an alarming number of them are children and older adults. In fact, traffic collisions are a leading cause of death for children in Los Angeles.
Vision Zero Los Angeles is our city’s commitment to eliminate all traffic deaths by 2025. This ambitious goal is starting to unfold all across LA, including two nearby boulevards.
Click on the links below to find out more:
To get the whole Vision Zero story here: http://visionzero.lacity.org
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