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November 13, 2017
Community Meeting with FilmLA
Debate on Wednesday, November 15th
To submit a question for the debate, fill out the form and email it by Tuesday night 11/14/17 to
Operation Firefly this Thursday
Creative Exchange Workshops
Spanish interpretation will be provided. RSVP encouraged to help us
plan for seating and snacks, but not required. RSVP link

Assistance Programs from Los Angeles Housing & Community Investment Department
Open Enrollment for Covered California
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Youth Basketball
Other Local Events
2018 Rail Plan Open House November 15
The 2018 California State Rail Plan (Rail Plan) presents the vision and strategies for building California’s rail network for the future. The Rail Plan will be available for review until December 11th .   Please visit  to view the Rail Plan and to provide comments.

PLEASE JOIN US at our open house to review the draft Rail Plan, provide your comments, explore the interactive mapping tool, and speak to project staff. Please feel free to attend and leave the open house at your convenience, no RSVP is needed.
Los Angeles Open House 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
4:30-7:30 pm
Metro Headquarters
1 Gateway Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Going for Gold - Planning for the 2028 Olympics
Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Join APA Los Angeles for a thoughtful discussion about the experience of other recent host cities, scholars, and practitioners on what planning for the Olympics means for the City of LA, visitors, and residents. MORE DETAILS
Crossing the Border: Launch Party Reading
November 18, 2017
Avenue 50 Studio in collaboration with Regal House Publishing invites you to join us in celebrating the launch of:


From award-winning fiction writer and book critic, Daniel A. Olivas, comes his first collection of poetry, Crossing the Border.

These narrative poems delve deeply into the many ways we cross borders of race, culture, language, religion, and privilege. With humor and pathos, Olivas draws from his own life and from the stories of others to serve as a witness to the great variety of experiences that make us human. With grace and eloquence, he invites readers to cross these borders with him on this intense but necessary journey. 
Arroyo Seco Marketplace
Saturday, November 25 at 10 AM - 4:30 PM
FigJam 2017

Come celebrate Small Business Saturday with live music, shopping, and local vendors!

Incredible Bands
Local Indie Vendors
Discounts @ Participating Shop Small® Stores

Family-Friendly with activities for kids, too!

Arroyo Seco Library
Events Calendar
Recruitment Information Seminar
Los Angeles County Fire Department
Tuesday, November 28 at 6:30 PM - 8:30
Want to help housing in LA?
Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department  is conducting an online survey to help to measure the needs of various communities in Los Angeles and allow the City to determine what projects would have the greatest positive impact in upcoming years. In order to obtain the most accurate results, we need to get the survey out to as many people as possible so please share with your networks!

Share Your Big Ideas for the Future of L.A.
Open spaces play a vital role in enhancing our quality of life -- they offer us a break from our busy lives to connect with nature and with each other. In Los Angeles, this includes our scenic mountain views, our world famous beaches, an intricate network of rivers and trails, and thousands of acres of parklands.

Your feedback for this short 3-5 minute survey will help shape the future of open space in Los Angeles.

eResources at the Los Angeles Public Library
The library has many of these eResources available to its library card holders, which means you can access the library anytime from anywhere and can even be a library power user without ever setting foot in an actual library building Read more here.
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