Rose Park Neighborhood’s ArtWorksLBC program is participating in Long Beach Gives 2022 to raise funds for Art in Rose Park. Under the facilitation of Director and Mosaic Artist Dawn Mendelson, Art in Rose Park brings individuals, families and partnering organizations together for a variety of art facilitated projects every Thursday from 3pm to 5pm.
The Rose Park Neighborhood ArtWorksLBC program is raising funds for art materials, stipends for visiting artists, and larger group art projects that work to revitalize and connect our neighborhood spaces and places.
It was a fun-filled day with friends, families and neighbors at the Rose Park Neighborhood Picnic on Sunday, July 17th. Safe Refuge kicked off the picnic games with the signature Watermelon Eating Contest with kids & adults.
Classic folk, bluegrass, and country songs played throughout the day with live tunes from Brother Pines.
YES WE CAN Democratic Club provided a voter registration table and Heart of Ida provided information regarding their digital inclusion initiative providing one-on-one technology support to help seniors with online applications, email, internet access, and online health, wellness and enrichment programming to reduce isolation.
Councilmember Cindy Allen facilitated the bean bag toss game with kids, Council Distric 2 Policy Director, Rahul Sen provided city resources to attendees, and ArtWorksLBC provided a fun art activity for all to enjoy.
SAVE THE DATE 8.13.2022 FOR THE ROSE PARK NEIGHBORHOOD BLOCK PARTY & RIDE RODEO
Rose Park Residents Linzy Lusby and Chynna Carter are hosting a Rose Park Neighborhood Block Party at Rose Park on 8th and Orizaba from on Saturday, August 13th from 12pm to 4pm. To attend, please RSVP to RoseParkBlockParty@gmail.com.
From 1pm to 3pm, the Rose Park Neighborhood Association, Walk and Roll Long Beach, and Tichenor Clinic for Children will host a Ride Rodeo to promote safe and inclusive mobility. Please see the flyers in English and Spanish below for more information. Email email@example.com for questions.
The historic Rose Park neighborhood is located in the City of Long Beach, California