The Back 9: Golf and Zoning Policy in Los Angeles
Please join Materials & Applications, Los Angeles Poverty Department and Rosten Woo for a round of mini-golf! “The Back 9” is a playable educational golf course about zoning and redevelopment politics in Downtown LA. Each hole of the course explores a different aspect of zoning and its political implications. The course in particular connects with the planned Downtown Los Angeles 2040 rezoning which will have dramatic effects on Skid Row.
When: September 8th-9th, 6PM – 8PM/2PM – 5PM
Where: Skid Row History Museum and Archive, 250 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA, 90012

Japanese Tea Ceremony in the Garden
Enjoy traditional Japanese tea ceremony in the beautiful garden. Drink a bowl of matcha (green tea) and taste a healthy and natural japanese sweet. Space is limited and reservations are required. Experience Jyorei, a healing practice that removes impurities with spiritual Light and promotes happiness on all levels.
When: September 9, 2PM-4:30PM
Where: Shumei Hollywood Center, 7406 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046

The 2017 AIA|LA and DCP Urban Design Review Sessions
The review sessions will will enable a rotating pool of architects and designers the opportunity to provide insightful and critical design feedback on pending projects that will be reviewed by the Planning Commission. As a volunteer, you will help educate planning staff on urban design issues and complex urban typologies and you will have the chance to provide project specific urban design advice for planning staff’s consideration.
When: September 5, 10AM-12PM
Where: Los Angeles City Hall, Conference Room 501, Department of City Planning, 200 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Opening
“Formerly the Santa Monica Museum of Art, ICA LA — Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles — is opening its 12,700-square-foot, Kulapat Yantrasast–designed facility in the Arts District with a weekend’s worth of free festivities themed to its inaugural exhibitions.”
When: September 9th, 101AM-6PM
Where: 1717 E. Seventh St., Los Angeles, CA; 310-284-8100

Newport Bay Conservancy at Green on the Green
NBPD Fire, The Chamber and the City of Newport Beach host local businesses and organizations showcasing Green Practices, Innovation, Products, Education and More. Newport Bay Conservancy volunteer Naturalists talk about the green/blue space in Newport Beach with some fun activities connecting kids with nature.
When: September 9th, 101AM-3PM
Where: Newport Beach Civic Center, 100 Civic Center Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660


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