ArtWorksLBC and local vendors, Bowman Ceramics and Green Smith Goodness teamed up with local business Skies for Miles at 2741 E. 4th Street for a Makers Workshop on Sunday, November 6th.
Attendees learned how to create unique gifts for the holiday season and for any occasion year-round. Holiday ornaments were made for seniors with ArtWorksLBC, individuals created handmade ceramics such as ornaments, bowls, and cups with Bowman Ceramics, and GreenSmith Goodness served up healthy and delicious drink alternatives full of live probiotics – good for gut health!
It was a great day of collaboration among artists and sharing out the many talents of our local businesses. It also gave attendees an opportunity to discover their creativity and try out new vendors. Thanks to Theresa of Skies for Miles and Evangeline for organizing this neighborhood event along 4th Street!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ROSE PAINTING!
Cody Lusby of Roses for Rose Park will be out painting a Rose for Rose Park Mural at Rivera’s Mexican Restaurant this Saturday, November 12th and Sunday, November 13th from 9am to 4pm and VOLUNTEERS are needed! Individuals can join in anytime! Wear comfy, paintable clothes!
The mural will be painted on the east side of Rivera’s Mexican Restaurant.
Meet Rose Park Resident, Samantha Silfies at Rose Park on Saturday, October 29th at 10am for a FREE Halloween themed yoga flow. Flow-friendly costumes are optional!
Join us for Halloween Caroling in Rose Park on Sunday, October 30th at 5:30pm! Neighbors, friends and family are invited to stroll the neighborhood and sing with the Long Beach Youth Chorus! Meet at Rose Park on 8th and Orizaba Avenue at 5:30pm and wear your costumes!
Learn how to create something fun and unique to give as gifts this holiday season or for any occasion year-round! Local artists, including our very own ArtWorksLBC Director Dawn Mendelson will be facilitating art sessions at local business Skies for Miles at 2741 E. 4th Street on Sunday, November 6th. More information and RSVP HERE.
Love to read? Interested in exploring your own community and connecting with your neighbors to create healthier, safer, greener, more prosperous communities?
“The Connected Community” explores the ways in which individuals can ‘uncover the hidden talents, assets, and abilities in their neighborhoods, in order to bring about solutions for community change and renewal.’
Eric Copeland is hosting a fun book discussion on Sunday, November 6th from 3 to 5pm at his home. Email Eric at firstname.lastname@example.org to participate.