There’s Free Fun Abound this Week: Explore LA

 

Week of February 11: Explore LA. There’s something fun and free this week for all ages and interests and abilities. Whether you’re looking to volunteer, learn a new language, take an art class, work up a sweat, or just stroll with friends at a leisurely pace, you will likely find a free community happening for you on this list. 

 

February 11

February 12

February 12 & 13

  • Join Operation Firefly with the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC). Lend a helping hand along with LACBC staff and volunteers as they hand out bike lights to those who don’t have them. They’ll be in Hollywood at the Hollywood / Western Metro Station from 4:30-7 pm on Tuesday, February 12. RSVP here.
  • They will also be set up in Cudahy at the intersection of Atlantic Ave. and Clara St. from 4:30 pm - 7 pm on Wednesday, February 13. RSVP here.

February 13

  • Take walk around the Griffith Observatory for their monthly Sunset Walk & Talk from 5:25 - 6:25 pm. A Park Ranger and Museum guide will lead the approximately half-mile moderate-pace walk. You can beat traffic to the Observatory by walking up, of course, or you can take the free DASH Observatory bus. 

February 15

February 16

  • Want to try out yoga? The Westchester and Playa Vista Branch Library invite community members of all ages for a free yoga, meditation, food, and music event from 1-4 pm. There will be a free yoga class offered by LMU at 1:30 pm. (Bring your own mat or use one of ours.)  Guided Meditation will be at 3 pm. There will be mandala stone painting, a live DJ, and food in the courtyard throughout the event. Finally, everyone is invited to walk our labyrinth made entirely from books which will be located in the Teen Room. Sounds fun!

 

February 17