After a 59-week run, this will be our final What Would CicLAvia Do? update. Thank you to the over 100 featured organizations for providing such wonderful programming and to our followers for staying engaged and attending events.
Click to read about weekly events, ongoing programs, adventuring outside, COVID-19 Relief Services, and CicLAvia Cooks.
Week of June 14-20
Plan your week ahead with some of these exciting events hosted by our CicLAvia partners and other LA based organizations!
Events are free unless noted otherwise.
Happening All Month
LACBC's LA Rivers Challenge
Self Help Graphics & Art's 2021 Annual Print Fair
Monday, June 14
AARP California Conversation with local artist Lalin St. Juste from 12–1pm PDT
LAPCA's Chicken Enchilada Pie with Tirsa Farah, Tirsa’s Mexican Café at 3pm PDT
Tuesday, June 15
CAAM's Juneteenth Virtual Celebration: Lift Every Voice and Sing from 9–11am PDT
CAAM's In Conversation: Robert Jones Jr. and Maurice Carlos Ruffin from 5–6:30pm PDT
LA Time's Red Drinks for Juneteenth: Exploring the Black foodways of the Juneteenth holiday and beyond at 5pm PDT
Zócalo Public Square's What Will It Take to End Homelessness in L.A.? at 5pm PDT
Wednesday, June 16
A Look @ LACI: How Startups Benefit from Our Market Access Program at 10am PDT
Fowler Museum's Cocktails and A Queen from 5-6pm PDT
Behind the Screens with KCRW: Evan Kleiman in Conversation with the Producers of “High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America” at 6pm PDT
Self Help Graphics & Art's Wellness Wednesday: Paper Seed Bomb Project with Hector Omar Hernandez from 6–7:15pm PDT
LAPCA's Crisis – and Hope – at The Border with Priscilla Luna, Activist, Sofia Jeannette Gillespie, Immigration Attorney, and Casey Revkin, Cfo, Every. Last. One. at 7pm PDT
Thursday, June 17
AARP California Conversation with jazz pianist Tammy Hall from 11–12pm PDT
CAAM's Flower Bomb: RUNCHELLA from 5–6:30pm PDT
KPCC's Child Care, Unfiltered: A Virtual Event from 6–7pm PDT
Friday, June 18
Jazz at LACMA—John Tegmeyer Quartet from 6–7pm PDT
Saturday, June 19
NHM's Sing Move Play! Let's Learn About Paleontology from 10–10:30am PDT
Sunday, June 20
LACMA's Sundays Live: Capitol Ensemble from 6–7pm PDT
Ongoing Resources and Programs
AARP | Check out AARP's calendar to join in on virtual trivia, movie nights, and a wide range of workshops.
Curate LA | Explore Curate LA's art discovery platform to learn about upcoming shows, exhibitions, museums, artist studios, and galleries from all around Los Angeles.
Department of Cultural Affairs | Visit the DCA calendar to discover events near you.
LACMA | Watch, learn, listen, read, and browse at home through LACMA at Home's many virtual resources and activities.
Laemmle Theaters | Visit the Laemmle Virtual Cinema to view new arthouse releases, all from the comfort of your home.
LA Phil | SOUND/STAGE is a new online collection of concert films and interviews, essays, and artwork that offer deeper insights into the music.
LA Works | Visit LA Works Opportunity Calendar to see how you can get involved in supporting Los Angeles.
Las Fotos Project | View the virtual exhibition Our Streets looking at mobility justice in East Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Conservancy | The LA Conservancy is also offering virtual and self-guided tours where you can explore the legacy of 1970's architecture, learn about the historical buildings of LA's Broadway, and get a 360º view of Chinatown. Check out the LA Conservancy's map of Historic Places of Los Angeles.
Los Angeles County Library | Find a wide variety of weekly events offered by the LA County library.
Los Angeles Public Library | Visit LAPL's calendar of events for fun, virtual activities for all ages! From coding clubs to story-time, LAPL's programming offers hours of entertainment. Contribute to LAPL's Safer At Home Archive by submitting photos, journal entries, letters and email correspondences, or other digital materials that reflect the impact of COVID-19 on our daily lives. Check out LAPL's social justice reading list. Everything on the list is free to download, with no wait.
Metro Art and Dublab | Check out the series Deep Routes for a multimedia exploration of Los Angeles.
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County | Explore nature at home with DIY art projects, live-stream discussions, storytelling, and much more.
StoryCorps | Become a part of American History by recording meaningful conversations with friends and family using StoryCorps's new, free tool StoryCorps Connect. All interviews will be archived at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.
Support LA's Black-Owned Restaurants | Use this crowd-sourced list of nearly 400 entries to find a black-owned restaurant near you.
The Ford | Watch and listen to an eclectic mix of virtual performances in the 2020 Digital Season archive.
Two Bit Circus Foundation | Check out the Two Bit Circus Youtube channel for videos of STEAM-based projects led by their experienced team of facilitators. Each creative play project mixes learning along with a heavy dose of fun that engages curious minds of all ages!
Visit CicLAvia's park resource page to discover your local park!
Discover the Hidden Stairs of Los Angeles
KCET's 61 Self-Guided Tours for Exploring LA on Your Own
Los Angeles Conservancy Guided Tours
Los Angeles Time's List of Walks
Metro Bike Share's Ride Guides
Museum of Neon Art's Light Walks: Free Self-Guided Walks or Paid Guided Tours
Timeout's Best Bike Trails in LA
COVID-19 Relief Services
211 LA Resource Line | Call or go online for information and referrals for all health and human services in LA County.
First 5 LA | View First 5 LA's comprehensive list of community resources for family's in LA county.
LAist's How To Get The Second Dose Of Vaccine -- And Everything You Need To Know About It
Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and Headspace | LA County Department of Mental Health has partnered with Headspace, the meditation app, to offer free access to Headspace Plus to all LA County residents.
Check out our new compilation of recipes—CicLAvia Cooks: A Love Letter to LA—an homage to the great city where we live, work, play, eat, and cook.