Meet LA Walks in Silver Lake on Halloween night: collect signatures from trick-or-treating parents and urge them to KEEP ROWENA SAFE.
Flier trick-or-treating parents at the enormously popular Silver Lake Halloween Block Party on Armstrong Ave., which will be closed to vehicles for the night. Collect contact information of residents who want to keep Rowena Avenue safe -- those who want Councilmember Ryu to KEEP the proven effective roadway configuration the City installed on Rowena in 2013 in response to community concern and a pedestrian fatality.
Meet at W Silver Lake Dr. and Rowena Blvd., Silver Lake, outside Ivanhoe Elementary School. Volunteer anytime between 5pm - 9pm.
RSVP below and join us on Halloween! Free neon LA Walks t-shirt and glow sticks for all volunteers!
Learn more about #KeepRowenaSafe! Visit www.keeprowenasafe.com.
This loop walk through the Hollywood Dell offers glimpses of old Hollywood as well as abundant greenery and birdsong. Join us on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 10am. All details below.
We’ll begin at the Dell's one-year-old pocket park to La Rocha trail, a rare stretch of natural green space located in the hills. The trail had been slated for development of 10 lots, but community members raised awareness and funds to purchase the land. The property is under the conservatorship of the Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority.
The walk culminates for refreshments and more neighborhood history at the Vedanta Society of Southern California.
Details:Start Location: Franklin/Ivar Park (southeast corner of Franklin and Ivar Avenues)Parking: Vedanta Society of Southern California parking lot, 1946 Vedanta PlaceDistance: about 3 1/2 milesDifficulty: moderate—walk includes one fairly steep hill for about 1/4 mile; and about 1/2 mile of dirt trail.End Location: Vedanta Society, 1946 Vedanta Place
On Sunday, November 18 at 2pm, Southern California Families for Safe Streets, a project of Los Angeles Walks, will mark International World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
The group, made up of individuals who lost a loved one in a traffic collision or who survived a serious crash, invite you to join them for a convening to celebrate the lives of those lost on the streets of greater Los Angeles.
SoCal Families for Safe Streets invites everyone to participate on November 18, but especially those impacted by dangerous street design and reckless driving in Southern California. The group channels their grief into action, and advocates for smarter street design, slower speeds, and safer behavior -- all in order to prevent other families from experiencing the tremendous loss or life-altering injuries they have.
More details to come soon.
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