In the spirit of Valentine's Day, all of us at CicLAvia have been reflecting on what we love about the LA region. We all recently penned love notes to this city that holds a special place in each of our hearts. And we wanted to share them with you, the community of people who care as much about LA as we do.
We’re very excited to honor journalist Alissa Walker and AARP in Los Angeles with the Spirit of CicLAvia Award at our 3rd annual pLAy day in LA fundraiser on Sunday, February 10.
Explore LA:Week of January 21. Celebrate MLK Day with free events all over LA as well as the Year of the Pig and the Lunar New Year this weekend!
Gloria Hwang, founder and CEO of Thousand, shares safety tips and talks about the teamwork between her company and CicLAvia.
End the year on a jolly note with Candy Cane Lanes, tar pits, and stand-up comedy classes. They're all free and great opportunities to show off the best LA has to offer to out of town guests.
By the look of the photos that flowed onto social media, Heart of LA 2018 was another memorable CicLAvia Sunday for tens of thousands of Angelenos. These snapshots of individual experiences paint a picture of both the joy of our events and what made Heart of LA 2018 uniquely special.
LA weather is cooling down but the free holiday events are heating up. From play readings to sledding, dog adoptions to star parties, there’s plenty to keep you busy as the holiday season continues.
Still buzzing from Heart of LA? So are we. It’s hard to match the fun we all had together in the car-free streets last Sunday, but, fortunately, you can keep some level of fun going this week. LA is full of free entertainment, and this first full week of December isn’t any different. There’s holiday crafting, winter art installations, some great stuff at libraries, and more through which you can explore your city without spending a penny.
First time attending a CicLAvia? Here are some helpful notes to remember about our events.
Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Small Business Saturday, a day to recognize (and give business to) those locally-owned brick and mortar businesses that help make our communities feel, well, more like a community. It’s yet another reason to get out and explore some of the great mom-and-pop storefronts LA has to offer.