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Plan your week ahead with some of these exciting events you can join with our CicLAvia partners and other LA based organizations!
Events are free unless noted otherwise.
Monday, October 19
AARP Webinar Hosted by Canterbury: Work for Yourself 50+ from 10am–12pm PT
AARP Virtual Trivia from 7–8:45pm PT
Tuesday, October 20
AARP Soul Steppers Walking Group from 6–7am PT
AARP's The Girlfriend Book Club Live Discussion with Kristin Harmel from 4:30–5pm PT
Natural History Museum's L.A. Talks: Flames In Our Future from 6–6:45pm PT
Wednesday, October 21
KPCC's The Future Of Local News (Part 3) from 1–2pm PT
LACMA's The Artist in the Museum: Reconsidering the Artist’s Eye from 4–5:30pm PT
KPCC's Election Countdown — A Voter Game Plan Event from 5:30–6pm PT
Thursday, October 22
LACMA's Adult Art Class: Printmaking from 10am–12pm PT - Paid Event
LAPL's Yoga Storytime at 3:30pm PT
Friday, October 23
LA2050's COVID-19 and the Digital Divide at 11am PT
Las Fotos Project's 2nd Annual Foto Awards kicks off at 12pm PT and runs through the weekend
Fowler Museum's Día de los Muertos and Linares Studio from 5–6pm PT
AARP Movie Night: A Case of Blue from 5–7pm PT
Saturday, October 24
P-22 Day Festival kicks off at 11am PT
LACMA's Haunted Museum at Home: Slime Lab from 3–5:30pm PT - Paid Event
Sunday, October 25
Andell Family Sundays @ Home—Exercise Your Voice from 12:30–3pm PT
Los Angeles Conservancy | Visit the LA Conservancy's virtual Places + People kids' book list and Storytime for Kids for stories about places, architecture, and preservation. 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.
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.
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.
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!
211 LA Resource Line | Call or go online for information and referrals for all health and human services in LA County.
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.
LA is full of scenic vista points, and here are a few of our favorites—
Jennifer, our Accounting Assistant, loves the view riding westward into Union Station from the Metro L Line (Gold Line) train. Rachel, our Director of Production, enjoys the view from Barnsdall Art Park and John, our Digital Communications Manager, the view from the Culver Steps.
Tune in next week for more CicLAvia staff favorites.