Summit on the Future of LA’s Parks

Summit on the Future of LA’s Parks

Friday, March 18th
9 am to 2 pm
Lunch will be provided

The California Endowment – Redwood Room
1000 North Alameda Street
Los Angeles, CA  90012

Near Union Station & Chinatown Gold Line

Free Parking

Admission is free, but you must RSVP online: LAPA Summit or call Shalimar Zabanal at 213-346-3274.

Join LAPA for a frank and forward-thinking discussion on the future of public recreation in Los Angeles.  We have invited elected officials, policy makers, advocates and community residents to come together to share information on the LA city budget and cuts to Recreation & Parks Department, the devastating impacts, challenges and solutions.   Come find out how you can have a voice!

See flier for more information.

PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY   – RESIDENTS ARE WELCOMED !

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