I also got a chance to preview the exciting new plans for the upcoming expansion and modernization of the Museum. The new and improved Holocaust Museum LA in Pan Pacific Park will even better serve the people of Los Angeles and all those who visit for generations to come.
She released her dogs out of the vehicle with no leashes on, her friend met her there with her 3 dogs off leash. They were peeing on people’s vehicle tires, running up at people and leashed dogs.
Rude and illegal.
There were far to many dogs off leash there but this woman and her friend took the award for stupidity.
Extra special thanks to these little helpers!
𝗦𝗮𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗱𝗮𝘆, 𝗡𝗼𝘃 𝟮
🔸 Algae Bioreactor 1: Open Hours by Nonfood, 10am-2pm, Orcutt Ranch Horticultural Center
🔸 Enchanted Servers by Nari Ward, 12-5pm, Leimert Plaza Park
🔸 Performance: Muscle House Cookbook by Human Resources Los Angeles, 6-8pm, Venice Beach Recreation Center
🔸 All Again: Two Performances by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs & Annie Gimas, 6-8pm, Delano Recreation Center
🔸 A House with a Date Palm Will Never Starve, dinner by , 6:30-8:30pm, Pan Pacific Park
𝗦𝘂𝗻𝗱𝗮𝘆, 𝗡𝗼𝘃 𝟯
🔸 Algae Bioreactor 1: Open Hours by Nonfood 10am-2pm, Orcutt Ranch Horticultural Center
🔸 What’s Going on with Recycling?! Closing Celebration & Convo with Shana Lutker, 11am-1pm, Valley Plaza Recreation Center
🔸 Feed-In: A Gathering with Babsi Loisch, 11am-2pm, Palms Park
🔸 From Seed to Earth with Lucia Fabio, 11am-3pm, Orcutt Ranch Horticultural Center
🔸Art of Food: A Recipe for Community with Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, 11am-5pm, Exposition Park Rose Garden
🔸 Mussel Beach by Cooking Sections, 12-6pm, Venice Beach Recreation Center
🔸 Performance: Appetite Monument Movement #2 (Stimulant) by Christopher Reynolds, 1:30-3pm, Valley Plaza Recreation Center
🔸 Rainbow Transmissions #2 by The Golden Dome, 2-5pm, Pershing Square
🔸 Food Group: The Body Palms by Ry Rocklen, 4-5pm, Palms Park
🔸 Crown, Neck, Root with Nancy Lupo, 5-7pm, Pershing Square
🔸 Chapter 5: Futuro of New Shores by Julio César Morales & Max La Rivière-Hedrick, 5:30-8:30pm, Barnsdall Art Park
Today we celebrate nine years since the opening of the Museum's permanent home in Pan Pacific Park.
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust was founded in 1961 by Holocaust survivors who brought together their photographs and precious objects from the Holocaust era and created a space for commemoration and education.
Until 2010, the Museum was housed in office space at the Jewish Federation building and elsewhere, where it served about 14,000 visitors annually. In the first year in our new building, 26,000 visitors visited the Museum. That number has increased every year, with more than 60,000 people visiting the Museum last year.
PHOTO: Museum architect Hagy Belzberg, president E. Randol Schoenberg, Board member Jona Goldrich z''l, executive director Mark Rothman, Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles CEO Jay Sanderson with Los Angeles city officials at ribbon-cutting on October 14, 2010.
Thank you to Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and Councilmember David E. Ryu for organizing the event.
Midtown Los Angeles Homeless Coalition, Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, Councilmember David E. Ryu, Paul Koretz, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Senator Ben Allen, Richard Bloom