Highland Park Open House Saturday 2/4

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 2/4/2017
2:00 - 4:00 PM



225 Branch Street, Highland Park 90042

Asking price $724,000

1907 bungalow with loads of potential in the heart of Trendy Highland Park. Close proximity to restaurants and shopping. 2 bedrooms, plus added room for den or office, 1 1/2 baths. Large, shady, covered patio area for outdoor entertaining. Garage has been converted to storage building, but could be changed back. Off street parking for several cars in long driveway.


OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, MAY 24 2:00-4:00 pm 3228 Rowena Ave., Los Feliz

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, MAY 24 2:00-4:00 pm
3228 Rowena Ave., Los Feliz
Offered for lease at: $3,150.00 per month

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3 bedroom, 2 bath, upper unit in Classic Vintage Hollywood Spanish style building filled with 1930s charm. The newly renovated unit is wonderfully spacious, light-filled and airy, with large formal living and dining rooms, hardwood floors, coved ceilings, arched doorways, bright French windows, and a charming Juliette front balcony.

 

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WE TELL STORIES at HIGHLAND PARK'S OLD L.A. FARMER'S MARKET HAUNTED HARVEST FESTIVAL

WE TELL STORIES 5th annual HAUNTED HARVEST FESTIVAL
AT HIGHLAND PARK's OLD LA FARMERS MARKET

Tuseday, October 26, 2010  -- 3:00 - 8:00 PM

@ Old L.A. Farmer's Market at Avenue 58 and N. Figueroa Blvd, Highland Park, CA 90042, adjacent to the Metro Highland Park Station

On Tuesday, October 26, 2010 We Tell Stories, LA's multi-ethnic children's storytelling theatre company-presents The 5th Annual Haunted Harvest Storytelling Festival at the Old LA Farmer's Market at Ave. 58 and N. Figueroa Blvd. in Highland Park, California.  This outdoor festival is a great way for families to celebrate the harvest and enjoy Halloween in a comfortable, lively setting with fun for the whole family.  Hours are from 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm.  Admission is Free.

Click the image, or click this link to watch video:  http://www.wetellstories.org/media/ManyMoons.mov


We Tell Stories, performing since 1981, is known for bringing myths, legends, and literature from all cultures and times to extemporaneous life.  The Haunted Harvest storytelling whirlwind includes literature and folktales from around the world. From their seats or on the stage in costume, audience members are an integral part of the performance.

This years guest stars are world renowned Physical Theatre duo, Keith Berger and Sharon Diskin, The Chameleons, who have captivated thousands of audiences world wide with their electrifying Theatre in Motion! Also performing will be Artichoke, a Highland Park band known for catchy and melodic songs about scientists, animals, bees, and Highland Park itself.  And young performers from Ballet Folklorico Maria Felix from Ramona Hall Community Center in Highland Park will be preserving Mexican culture through dance right on our stage.  The troupe has performed at the LA County Fair and downtown LA's Olvera Street.

The ever popular Costume Contest is open to all ages.  Participants are also encouraged to enter their already-carved pumpkins in the Carved Pumpkin Contest.  The Festival's additional attractions include face painting, an arts and crafts table, fresh Farmer's Market produce and prepared foods, trick-or-treating and more.


The 2010 Haunted Harvest Storytelling Festival marks a continuation of the partnership between We Tell Stories and the North Figueroa Association (NFA). NFA voting members are property owners along the North Figueroa business corridor.  NFA organizes and supports the Old LA's Farmers Market. Both non-profits are long-time residents of Northeast L.A. who see community events as a way to enrich the cultural, social, and economic prosperity of Highland Park and other communities in Northeast Los Angeles.

We Tell Stories has entertained and educated more than four million youngsters and performs at major art institutions such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Getty Center and the Getty Villa. The company was shaken by the state's economic downturn, and is now operating with a skeleton staff (get it? Skeleton?) but the show must go on. Misty Iwatsu, the Executive Director of NFA agrees.  She said, "The festival has become a Halloween tradition for the entire community, it would be a shame not to have it, and this year we expect to reach an even broader audience."

The 5th Annual Haunted Harvest Storytelling Festival is located at the Old L.A. Farmer's Market at Avenue 58 and N. Figueroa Blvd, Highland Park, CA 90042, adjacent to the Metro Highland Park Station, accessible from the Gold Line.  To plan the route that's best for you, use the Metro Trip Planner at www.metro.net or call 1.800. commute.  Metro riders can show their metro ticket stubs and get a free One-Dollar Farmer's Market Bill to spend at the farmers market.  To park enter the lot at Ave. 57.  Street parking is also available.

This project was funded in part by the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles and supported by Councilmembers Ed P. Reyes.

For more information, call We Tell Stories at 323-256-2336 or visit  www.wetellstories.org .


Don't Forget - HAUNTED HARVEST FESTIVAL TODAY AT FARMER'S MARKET

WE TELL STORIES 4th annual HAUNTED HARVEST FESTIVAL
AT HIGHLAND PARK's OLD LA FARMERS MARKET

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Featuring performances by the Grammy Award winning Mariachi Divas, We Tell  Stories children's theatre company, Taiko drummers, Folklorico dancers and more.

On Tuesday, October 27, 2009 We Tell Stories, LA's multi-ethnic children's storytelling theatre company—presents The 4th Annual Haunted Harvest Storytelling Festival at the Old LA Farmer's Market at Ave. 58 and N. Figueroa Blvd. in Highland Park, California (LA 90042). Hours are from 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Admission is Free.

We Tell Stories, performing since 1981, is known for bringing myths, legends, and literature from all Cultures and times to extemporaneous life. The Haunted Harvest storytelling whirlwind includes Aesop's fables and folktales from Japanese, Mexican and American Indian traditions. From their seats or on the stage in costume, audience members are an integral part of the performance.

This years guest stars are the Mariachi Divas, the multi-cultural all-female Latin band and winners of a 2008 Grammy award for their CD, "Canciones De Amor." In addition, Japanese Festival Sounds will feature the ancient art form of Taiko (Japanese drumming). Young performers from Ballet Folklorico Maria Felix from Ramona Hall Community Center in Highland Park preserve Mexican culture through dance. The troupe has performed at the LA County Fair and downtown LA's Olvera Street.

The ever popular Costume Contest is open to all ages. Participants are also encouraged to enter their already-carved pumpkins in the Carved Pumpkin Contest.  The Festival's additional attractions include face painting, an arts and crafts table, fresh Farmer's Market produce and prepared foods, trick-or-treating and more.

The 4th Annual Haunted Harvest Storytelling Festival is located at the Old L.A. Farmer's Market at Avenue 58 and N. Figueroa Blvd, Highland Park, CA 90042, adjacent to the Metro Highland Park Station, accessible from the Gold Line. To plan the route that's best for you, use the Metro Trip Planner at www.metro.net or call 1.800. commute. Metro riders can show their metro ticket stubs and get a free One-Dollar Farmer's Market Bill to spend at the farmers market. To park enter the lot at Ave. 57. Street parking is also available.

For more information, call We Tell Stories at 323-256-2336 or visit  http://www.wetellstories.org.