Folk Art Walk: Highland Park

Saturday | March 26

Folk Art Walk: Highland Park

11:30am – 2:30pm (approx)

Led by cultural planner and NELA resident Maryam Hosseinzadeh

Begins and ends at Highland Park stop along the Metro Gold Line (151 N Avenue 57, Los Angeles 90042 – Parking is available. Or see www.metro.net for train schedule)

Explore culture and art in Highland Park.  The tour begins at the Highland Park stop along the Metro Gold Line, and includes a visit to our Folk Art Everywhere partner, Figueroa Produce. We’ll learn about hidden gems from historic signage and architecture, to unique public spaces and independent businesses, and conclude with a picnic at La Tierra de la Culebra Park. The tour will loosely follow the historic Route 66 and the Arroyo, and there will be multiple opportunities for food and drink along the way. Check out www.folkarteverywhere.com in the weeks to come for more details.

Transportation and lunch not included. Total mileage:  approximately 3. Wear comfortable shoes.

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