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New Ethical Clothing & Homewares Shop Opening on Sunset

Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park has become more lively in recent years. Coffee lovers and worker bees alike descend on Blue Bottle coffee daily. Evening crowds gather at El Prado for the occasional after work drink. Now, joining this mix is Gingerly Witty, a clothing and home goods shop. The shop will be opening in a brick storefront on Sunset ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Photography Mentor Position Available

Submitted by The Pablove Foundation Love photography? Have a passion for working with kids and teens? Pablove Shutterbugs, the signature arts program of The Pablove Foundation, teaches children living with cancer to develop their creative voice through the art of photography. We are currently seeking Volunteer Mentors in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Orange Counties with experience in photography. Professionals ... Read More »

Brendan Ravenhill Studio Sample Sale

Please join us for our annual Sample Sale at our new design studio in the Glassell Park neighborhood of LA. For the first time our sample sale will run two days, starting Friday November 4th from 2-6pm and continuing Saturday November 5th from 2-6pm. We will be selling samples at reduced prices from our Cord, Grain and Church Families as ... Read More »

Learn to Weld (or give it as a gift)

MMW offers hands-on classes in welding, metalworking, and home repair to help you get the job or get the job done. We offer quick classes to teach you how to weld and longer classes to teach you to build projects, whether pieces of furniture, sculpture, car/motorcycle, or things like chandeliers. Some classes are professional level, but most are for regular ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Support the Echo Park Community Parade!

Submitted by Echo Park Community Parade Join us in Echo Park on Saturday, December 10 in Echo Park for the annual Echo Park Community Parade. a historic event that has been put on by a committee of local volunteers for nearly five decades. The Parade Committee is currently accepting parade entry applications from any organizations, schools, elected officials, businesses and other ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Echo Park Neighborhood Issues Committee meeting

Submitted by Kelly Echo Park Improvement Association The Neighborhood Issues Committee meets every third Wednesday at 7:00 pm (unless otherwise notified) and is open to the public. The NIC meets to discuss in detail issues affecting the neighborhood so that we may provide the City of LA with recommendations on new businesses, land use issues and more! Stay tuned for ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Nursing Career Fair Oct. 12 at Barlow Hospital

Submitted by Barlow Respiratory Hospital NURSING CAREER FAIR Barlow Respiratory Hospital Williams Hall October 12th 2016 11 am – 1pm 2000 Stadium Way Los Angeles CA 90026 Registered Nurses and newly graduated nurses are invited to attend our NURSING CAREER FAIR october 12th at our Barlow Main campus next to Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles for career opportunities in Los ... Read More »

Blessing of the Animals Oct 2 at 5 Echo Park Boathouse

Each year Episcopal Churches offer a blessing of the animals, in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, whose saint’s day falls on Oct. 4. St. Francis re-awakened the church and the world to the fact that God created and blesses all creatures on earth. Blessing animals is an effort to express this. St. Athanasius Episcopal Church will be blessing animals ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Echo Park Art Contest

Submitted by Kelly Echo Park Community Parade Submit your child’s artwork to the art contest by October 7 Each year the Echo Park Community Parade Committee hosts an art contest where children of a variety of ages can submit parade themed artwork. A panel of judges will review all submissions, selecting four winners who will be awarded a cash prize ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: L.A. Historic Neighborhoods Conference: Growing Up with Character

Submitted by the Los Angeles Conservancy Worried about teardowns and other types of incompatible development in your older or historic neighborhood? Wondering how to protect the great qualities that drew you there in the first place? If so, you’re certainly not alone. People all over Los Angeles are facing similar issues, and we’re here to help. Join the L.A. Conservancy ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: How to find the perfect preschool in under three hours

Submitted by Silver Lake MOMS Club SILVER LAKE PRESCHOOL FORUM Finding the perfect preschool for your child can be stressful. Luckily, the MOMS Club of Silver Lake is here to help make the process easier – they’re hosting their annual preschool forum at Ivanhoe Elementary School on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 9:30 to 11:30 am. Attendees to the event, which ... Read More »

Found in Angeleno Heights: Purple drums

Found in Angeleno Heights on E. Edgeware and Calumet, one snare drum and one rack tom. Both have been painted purple and tom has a sticker that says “Hairy Cloud”. No branding on drums. Contact: actofgreen@gmail.com Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Read More »

Metal Art Classes Coming Up at Molten Metal Works

Learn to weld and make sculpture or furniture nearby at LA’s community metal shop, Molten Metal Works. Come learn the basics of welding in our one-day welding class Intro MIG or jump into a project in our Make Sculpture or Moving Sculpture classes. Classes range from 2 hrs to six weeks, at roughly $20-30/hr. Most classes are nights and weekends ... Read More »