Sundays, April 14, July 14, & November 3
• 2 to 4 p.m.
This three-part lecture series will focus on various aspects of race and ethnicity in the making of early Los Angeles.
April 14:Scott Zesch speaks about the Chinese community (Reservations begin March 4)
July 14: Patty Colman speaks about African Americans (Reservations begin June 3)
November 3: Karen Wilson speaks about Jews (Reservations begin September 23)
Seating is limited. Reservations are recommended!
Saturday, June 15
• 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
• $25 for adults; $20 for students (12+) and seniors (55+)
Join instructor Mary Clark-Camargo, of New Stone Age Mosaics, as she teaches participants how to make a mosaic. Create a stepping stone of your own to take home in this highly hands-on workshop. No prior knowledge is needed—all skill levels are welcome!
Class size is limited. Reservations are recommended and begin on May 4. Children ages 12 and up must be accompanied by a participating adult.
Saturdays, August 17, October 5, & December 7
• 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
• Adults: $30 per workshop, or $80 for all three.
• Students (12+) & Seniors (55+): $25 per workshop, or $65 for all three.
We're going to have a Ball and we're not mason around! Join chef, historian, and educator Ernest Miller for this tasty series of Saturday classes. All materials are included; reservations begin May 4.
August 17: Picking & Fermentation. Sauerkraut and pickles are perfect for summer picnicking! Class size limited to 18.
October 5: Jelly & Grenadine. Take advantage of pomegranate season by making sweet and tart treats. Class size limited to 14.
December 7: Holiday Gifting. Create gifts that capture the scents and tastes of the season. Class size limited to 18.
Saturday, November 16
• Adults: $30 for one session, or $50 for both.
• Students (12+) & Seniors (55+): $25 for one session, or $45 for both.
Session 1 (10 a.m. to 1 p.m.): Wreaths
Session 2 (2 to 5 p.m.): Swags
The holiday season is the perfect time to craft wreaths and swags. Bring a pair of garden pruners, light gloves, an apron, and any garden-harvested branches of your own. Participants will use evergreen branches and additional fresh greens, along with a variety of dried materials, to create their design.
Children age 12 and older can partake in the workshop if accompanied by a participating adult.
Space is limited. Reservations are recommended and begin on October 7.