From a Mother’s Day workout to a Global Women’s Cycling Day mural bike tour, here are some fun, free ways to explore LA this week without spending a dime.
Sunday’s CicLAvia was such a fun and inspiring day!
The fun keeps coming after Sunday's CicLAvia. From a family-friendly Cinco de Mayo celebration to complimentary art exhibitions and festivals, here are some fun, free ways to play in LA while closing out April and welcoming May.
On April 28 CicLAvia will head back to Wilmington, a community where you can see some of the region's earliest history.
CicLAvia—Wilmington featuring LA2050 invites Angelenos of all ages, interests, and abilities to help envision what the future of our region could be like.
There’s loads of free fun taking place the last last two weeks of April, including the next CicLAvia on April 28.
CicLAvia is powered by our community, and this National Volunteer Week we’re celebrating some of the many reasons why our volunteers are so great.
In a few short weeks, the neighborhood of Wilmington will open its doors and streets to the region. In anticipation of our April 28 event, CicLAvia—Wilmington featuring LA2050, we spoke with local residents and community leaders to get their perspectives on the things that make their community so great.
From early Earth Day celebrations to drum circles on the beach and our free CicLAvia bike safety class, the second week of April showers us with a variety of ways to get out there and explore LA.
CicLAvia Sundays are special days where you can see smiles for miles. On any given Sunday, that same feeling can be felt in communities around the globe.