Park(ing) Day Preview

Excitement is building for today’s Park(ing) Day.  I probably will be a couple of hours late with the normal morning postings while I help set up our space on Federal Street (street address 11555 National Boulevard.)  The day will end with a couple of parties for participants (listed after the posters.) but for now get a preview of some of the originality that’s going to be on display tomorrow.

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Happy Hour – “Sunset Triangle” 6 – 9 pm, 1519 Griffith Park Blvd
Dinner & Movie – Breaking Away 6 pm pot luck dinner, 7pm screening, Echo Lake – Park Ave & Logan
Park[ing] Day LA AfterParty – “No Jacket Required” 943 N. Broadway (Chinatown) – Doors at 8:00

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