From free flu shots (staying healthy is FUN!) to art walks, free dance classes, to delicious food, we hope you take advantage to all LA has to offer.
Don’t get the flu! Flu vaccines at no charge are provided by the LA County Department of Public Health at the Canoga Park Branch Library from 5-7pm. Flu vaccines are for everyone six months and older, and for people who don't have health insurance or whose healthcare provider does not offer flu vaccines. Clinic dates and times may change. Call (818) 887-0320 to confirm before you go.
Free flu shots at the Pico Union Branch Library from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Provided by the LA County Department of Public Health. Flu vaccines are for everyone six months and older, and for people who don't have health insurance or whose healthcare provider does not offer flu vaccines. Clinic dates and times may change. Again, call (818) 887-0320 to confirm before you go.
Tonight (and the 2nd Thursday of every month) head to DTLA between 6-10pm for the eponymous Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk. This is a “free, self-guided walking tour located in the Historic Core of Los Angeles, featuring galleries, artist studios, cultural institutions, and the occasional site-specific installation or pop-up.” You can check out over 30 galleries and art spaces and afterward hit up some of the cities best food trucks.
Each Thursday, Union Station hosts a Train-to-Table Farmers Market from 11am - 3pm, on the South Patio. “The market will feature a wide array of fresh, local fruits and vegetables as well as fresh-cut flowers, artisanal baked bread, roasted coffee, and a host of small bites for lunch or a mid-day snack.” You can easily get there via Metro by taking the Red, Purple, Gold or Silver Line directly to Union Station.
Head over to the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts (formerly the Beverly Hills Post Office) for SALSA SUNDAY from 12– 2pm on the Promenade Terrace. This is a family-friendly Salsa dancing class taught by Debbie Allen and Lyrik Cruz from the Debbie Allen Dance Academy.