Activities Along the Route

Activities Along the Route

Activities abound along the CicLAmini—North Hollywood route! You can also check out shops, eateries, local gems, and activities along the route using our interactive digital map!


All Hubs will have:

  • Free water stations and restrooms
  • First Aid stations
  • Bike parking
  • Free pedicabs – provided by AARP, the pedicabs stop at each Hub's Info Booth, so just look for the sign! First come first served.
  • Free bike repair (more info below)



Valley Cultural Foundation Stage @ Lankershim / Chandler 

11:11 PROJECTS Stage @ Magnolia / Vineland

NoHo Plaza Programming


Chandler Hub (Chandler between Tujunga Ave and Bakman Ave)

Reference address: 11360 Chandler Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601

Visit The SoCal Sound booth to learn more about their radio station! They will also be handing out various promotional items and giveaway opportunities for  concert tickets.

The H.E.Art is a dance school in North Hollywood which strives to provide a healthy, creative environment where aspiring Actors, Dancers and Singers of all ages can feel inspired and empowered to cultivate their talents. They will be playing music and leading some well-known “line dances” for everyone to join! They will also be giving away some free classes.

Interested in knowing what kinds of Metro projects are happening in the North Hollywood area? Visit the Metro booth for more information! 

The City of LA’s Community Investment for Family's Department (CIFD) will be providing FREE bike helmets & wheel reflectors to youth while supplies last! 

We feed the need to move! GU Energy Labs is proud to partner with CicLAmini—North Hollywood to help fuel your adventures. Stop by their booth for samples of their newest products, meet and greet local running crews and more. 

LA City Planning will have interactive boards where visitors can let the staff know where they live, work, and play, as well as vote on the kinds of elements they want to see more of in the Valley. You will also be able to chat with Planning staff about important updates coming to your community and take home free merchandise such as collectible sunglasses and graphic posters.

Are you interested in a library card? Visit the Los Angeles Public Library booth to sign-up for one! They will also be providing library resource information and will be doing swag/book giveaways while supplies last.

The Metro Bike Share staff is excited to meet you and share more information about the bike share program. They will be leading a beginner, family-friendly ride to kick off the day! Starting at 9am, ride the car-free route out and back with a group, and connect with others from the North Hollywood community. Metro Bikes will be available as needed. The ride is free, but please RSVP to reserve your spot and learn more here

Planning to ride a Metro Bike? Plan ahead and download the Metro Bike Share app to purchase a pass and check station locations. Metro Bike Share is also offering a 30-Day Pass for just $1 with code BIKEGREEN23. Code can be used in the app and online and is valid 9/1-9/30. Don’t forget to tag @bikemetro on social media, and always remember to return your Metro Bike to a station.

The City of LA Department of Transportation (LADOT) will be sharing the latest transportation projects and updates in the Valley. Stop by to meet their team and learn more about plans for NoHo! 

Did you know that the DASH community bus service is free?! Visit the LADOT Transit booth to learn more about public transit information and get assistance with signing up for reduced senior or student TAP cards. 

Communities Actively Living Independent & Free (CALIF) is a non-profit that helps people with disabilities and seniors access resources like accessible housing, home modification, wheelchairs, assistive technology plus benefits navigation like SSI and Medicare, and disaster preparedness, like their backup battery program. At their booth, they will have a Spin-The-Wheel game and free posters, bags, PPE, and testing kits. Visit their booth to learn more!

In partnership with City of Hope, Providence Holy Cross Medical Center provides cancer patients and their families the cancer treatments and support services that exceed standards for quality and compassionate care. Their booth will be offering free sunscreen samples, cancer prevention education, and more while supplies last. 

The California Conservation Corps (CCC) is a paid training program that offers young adults 18-25 work experience in conservation. Their goal is to spread awareness of this program to the young adults in LA. Stop by their booth to learn more!

The L.A. Care Health Plan team will be handing out resource bags and promo items while supplies last! They will also be sharing information about their health services. 

StreetsLA will be sharing important information on area projects as well as the new bus shelters soon to be installed in the City! 

Investing in Place will have a booth where you can share with them your favorite parts of #LAsidewalks and #LAstreets through their public space survey and bring to life your dream neighborhood through their fun activities. Show them how you would allocate $1 billion for LA’s infrastructure with their one-of-a-kind magnetic street scene – kids love it, and you will too! It’s a fun way to learn more about how the City of LA uses your public money to maintain our public space.

Come check out sidewalk chalk art with Muralism! Muralism is a nonprofit dedicated to employing artists with disabilities and connecting them with the community by painting large scale paint-by-number murals. Muralism emphasizes inclusion by employing individuals with social, physical and/or mental challenges as artists. These artists gain work experience, social skills, confidence and competence to then use in their daily lives. They have teamed up with Indigenous artist Matthew Dominguez to help with the design and painting process of a mural entitled "Still Here After 10,000 Years" which will be on the backside wall of Fire Station 60 in North Hollywood in the near future.

The LA Clean Cities Coalition will have information about alternatives to gasoline combustion vehicles! They will also be available to answer any general questions about current electric vehicle (EV) incentives and rebates. Stop by their booth to learn more!

Pedal Movement will be providing a free bike valet for safe and convenient parking so you can engage with the event. This service is free of charge to attendees of the event.

Let's Ride Cyclery will be providing free bicycle repair.

Valley Cultural Foundation Stage in Partnership with Council President Paul Krekorian's Office:

9:00 am - 9:15 Opening Remarks

9:15 am - 11:00 DJ Goddy

11:00 am - 11:45 NIA Padilla

11:45 am - 12:00 pm Dj Goddy

12:00 pm - 12:45 Cherose

12:45 pm - 1:00 DJ Goddy

1:00 pm - 1:45 Willie

1:45 pm - 3:00 DJ Goddy


Lankershim Hub (Lankershim Blvd between Huston St and Vineland Ave)

Reference address: 4825 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601

Come and meet the NoHo Neighborhood Council! Visit their booth to learn more about how they serve the community and how you can be part of it! 

Get a free limited edition CicLAmini—North Hollywood tote bag live silkscreen printed on site (while supplies last)! OR bring your own blank textiles like shirts, totes, bandanas, etc. to be silkscreen printed with the CicLAmini design.

Visit the booth of City Council President Paul Krekorian to meet the District 2 team and learn more about community resources and City services!

Ready to adopt the dog of your dreams? Los Angeles Animal Services will be showcasing several dogs of all sizes, breeds, and ages for adoption. They will be ready to go home right away! They will also have information about the various services the department provides for Los Angeles residents both at their centers and online here.

Swing by the City Controller's booth to learn more about the city controller and get free merch while supplies last!

Enjoy tunes powered by the sun with the Solar DJs the Sycons.

Visit Neighborhood Empowerment to learn how you can get involved with your local Neighborhood Council! At their booth, they will be giving away branded swag like pens, note books, and tote bags (while supplies last)!

Are you registered to vote yet? If not, the LA City Clerk's Office will provide assistance with voter registration and election information. Visit their booth for more information! 

Meet neighbors who volunteer every week to serve our unhoused community! Visit the NoHo Home Alliance booth and learn more about how you can get involved in being a part of community solutions to homelessness in North Hollywood.

Free basic bike repair services provided by Hollydale Cycling Club.


Along the Route

Music and Performance @ Noho Plaza - Programming brought to you by The Gentle Ladies with support from Council President Paul Krekorian’s Office:

9:00 am - 9:30 - DJ Jammin

9:30 am - 10:45 - Yoga w/ Allie Costello

10:45 am - 11:30 - DJ Jammin

11:30 am - 12:00 pm - Aziza

12:15 pm - 12:45 - Kennedy Williams

1:00 pm - 2:15 - Dance Exchange

2:15 pm - 3:00 - DJ Jammin

Boy Scout Troop 18 North Hollywood will be offering information on BSA Troop 18 in North Hollywood. Founded in 1941, they are the second oldest active troop in the Valley. The program is open to girls and boys ages 11-17. Swing by their booth to meet a few of their scouts who will be teaching participants how to tie various Scouting knots!

Get your face painted by Creative Faces and become a superhero for the day!

Swing by the Live Art Mini Mural with Paul Juno. Paul works in a myriad of different mediums to best communicate his creative voice. After graduating with an Illustration degree, he began trying out new styles to best encapsulate his creativity. This experimentation process led him to create what he refers to as ‘agate’ paintings.

A Tree of Life Origami and Lanterns workshop will be facilitated by artists Belen Islas and Amy Smith! Visual Artist Belen Islas' work is influenced by the culturally enriched environment that is California and her feminine experiences as a mother. She believes art has the power to influence minds, touch hearts, and transform lives. Contemporary artist Amy Smith creates a bold mixture of figurative paintings including her iconic women portraiture series, limited edition prints, illustrations, digital collages, abstract paintings, digital cityscapes, and inspirational merchandise.

Julie Kornblum will be utilizing recycled material to create Fabric Art/Yarn Bombing along the route! Fiber artist Julie Kornblum practices some of the oldest hand crafting processes while addressing the immediacy of the plastic pollution crisis. She weaves, knits, crochets, and makes baskets from the stuff we all throw away: surplus, discarded, and disposable materials. 

Visit the “My NoHo Garden” mural by artist Belen Islas! My NoHo Garden was inspired by the vibrant community in North Hollywood. The inspiration behind this project springs from the flourishing and diverse neighborhood. This mural is an invitation to explore the neighborhood, meet your neighbors, and in the process to make a stronger community. It is a reminder that North Hollywood is the result of people coming together to nourish a place where everyone belongs.

Join Safe Moves for a kids bicycle rodeo and get a free kids helmet (while supplies last).

 11:11 PROJECTS Stage:

11:00am - LUVLTR


1:00pm - TOUGH FRONT

2:00pm - BLUEBERRY

Alyssa Kix of Kix Creations will be leading a Pixel Bead Workshop creating charming dog-themed art pieces. Swing by and join!

Photographer Lisa Lee will be capturing portraits of you and your pet from 9:00am to 11:00am, 11:30am to 1:30pm, and 2:00pm to 3:00pm. Visit their booth and receive an edited digital image via email!

Join Lisa Lee’s scavenger hunt which will consist of six hunts starting at the top of every hour, beginning at 9am and ending at 2pm. Participants will start at Lisa Lee's Portrait booth, where you will receive game rules, clues, and a verbal explanation of the hunt. Each game will have its own winning prize, such as a limited edition signed and matted print from Diva Dog, a signed book from Gidget (known as "The Sea Adventures of Surf Gidget the Pug"), miscellaneous dog products/treats by SFV Pug Playtime, stickers from participating artists in CicLAmini, CicLAvia and/or CD2 swag, and a fast pass for Pet Portrait Photography by Lisa Lee.

Make art with your pup! Artist Katie Chrishanthi will be guiding you and your pup to create an original art piece created by your dog using its nose and/or paw to interact with paint, clear film, and peanut butter on an 8x10 hard canvas board. Visit their booth to make one of your own!

Street Artist Diva Dog is a local NoHo artist whose work is inspired by his childhood dog…a beagle named Baron. His work also includes pop culture and pop art references. You can see his work all over the streets of LA. And all over today’s route! Look for the 6 limited edition signed prints as part of our scavenger hunt!

Join artist Erica Friend in creating a community painting of the CicLAvia Mini Logo on a DOT Bus!

Come play a game with LA Recreation and Parks! They will be bringing their mobile van with fun activities and games. They will also be showcasing the PlayLA Youth and Adaptive Sports Program, so be sure to visit them for more information. 

See the Metro Art Bus up close!! Get on the bus to see the artwork inside, take selfies, and pick up various goodies including a fun paper pop-up Metro Art Bus and note cards featuring the artworks.

Snap Yourself! - Find the mobile photo booth roaming between the Chandler and Lankershim Hubs!

Be sure to keep an eye out for the many businesses and organizations that will be activating along the route, offering specials, and bringing their own programming to the event!

Join the LA Skate Hunnies for an all-wheels friendly roll out with a music bike, roller skaters and rollerbladers! The group will complete the route together to end up on Lankershim to watch a choreographed skate performance by some of their most talented members!