Check out our latest Road Theatre Production at NoHo Senior Arts Colony: The Mongoose: FEB 25-APRIL 17

February 4th, 2016

Did you know that we have our very own performance theatre at NoHo Senior Arts Colony?! We do and it’s run by the acclaimed Road Theatre Company. The next production coming soon will be “The Mongoose.”  The synopsis: A family in Dallas may or may not have a talking mongoose living in their walls. Kay Bailey tries to hold her family together as Mom goes missing, Dad brings home strange men, Joe grows violent, and Maddy talks to the mongoose, whose name is Jeff. Because here’s the thing about Jeff: Jeff listens, Jeff hears, Jeff knows.

CLICK HERE for more information.

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First Fridays at the Natural History Museum

February 2nd, 2016

The Natural History Museum launches its discussion-and-music series First Fridays for 2016 with the theme Big Screen, Bigger Science, looking at the intersection of science and film. The evening kicks off with “Stranger Than Fiction,” a guided tour on the subject led by the museum’s assistant collections manager of entomology, Lisa Gonzalez. Then there’s the conversation “With Great Powers Come Great Close-Ups.” featuring Caltech’s Spiros Michalakis, University of Texas at Austin entomologist Alex Wild and moderator Patt Morrison of the L.A. Times. CLICK HERE for more information.

A little bit about the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County:

They protect over 35 million specimens, dating back 4.5 billion years.

They’re a resource for Southern California teachers.

They are an authority on the “big picture” of the planet, the natural and the cultural world.

And they track the Earth’s biodiversity, because knowing what is out there is the first step to conservation.

Los Angeles is full of museums! CLICK HERE to discover the best according to YELP.

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626 Night Market at Santa Monica: FEBRUARY 5 & 6

January 28th, 2016

Attention all culinary creative and inspired bakers, 626 Night Market is coming to Santa Monica.
From the creators of 626 Night Market, the original and largest night market in the U.S., comes a new exclusive tasting event on Los Angeles’ Westside. It’s only a short drive from Noho Senior Arts Colony. The event takes place on Feb 5 & 6. It will feature an international pan-L.A. mix of cuisines from local chefs and rising tastemakers. Activities and performances will revolve around the theme of the Lunar New Year. 2016 is the Year of the Monkey. CLICK HERE for ticket information. If you can’t make it to the show and have a sweet tooth, CLICK HERE for Martha Stewart’s favorite cookie recipes. Or check out The Food Network website for even more yummy ideas! Image courtesy of The Food Network

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Looking for something delicious? Check out Universal CityWalk

January 26th, 2016

Only a short drive from NoHo Senior Arts Community, you’ll find Universal CityWalk with a wide variety of places to eat. Enjoy great dining at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Saddle Ranch Chop House, Johnny Rockets, Tony Roma’s and more. Enjoy quick bites at snacks at Pink’s Famous Hot Dogs, Flame Broiler, Cinnabon, Wetzel’s Pretzels, Jamba Juice, Starbucks and more. CLICK HERE to discover all the amazing things to do and see at CityWalk!

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Isn’t it time you got EngAGEd? Special Programs at NoHo Seniors Arts Colony

January 21st, 2016

EngAGE is a nonprofit that takes a whole-person approach to creative and healthy aging by providing arts, wellness, lifelong learning, community building and intergenerational programs to thousands of seniors. EngAGE programs are provided onsite at NOHO Senior Arts Colony and other senior apartment communities at no cost to the participants. Programs are taught by college-level professionals across seven strands – wellness, creativity, the Experience Talks radio show, lifelong learning, community, intergenerational and culminating events.

SEMESTER SYSTEM - our programs are designed like college courses, operating on a semester basis allowing classes and teachers to change and students to advance through different levels of programs, creating and achieving goals for lifelong learning.

CULMINATING EVENTS - our classes culminate with events, providing students with the opportunity to utilize their newfound skills in real-world applications such as art shows, poetry readings, staged performances, and the Experience Talks radio show.

CLICK HERE for more information

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Museums Free-For-All Saturday

January 18th, 2016

Inspiration is easy when you go to a museum. In the Los Angeles area, we have a wide variety of museums to choose from. Save the date for January 30 when museums offer “Free For All Saturday” when admission is completely free! CLICK HERE for a list of participating museums. Some of the venues are Getty Center, Getty Villa, Hammer Museum, Autry Museum, and a ton more! This is the perfect way to spend the afternoon and stimulate some creativity. Ever wonder what a Museum Docent is or does? CLICK HERE to find out.

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Get your Artsy Flea on!

January 14th, 2016

The Artsy Flea is an arts and flea market that that will take place every Saturday beginning on January 16th, 2016 from 10am to 3pm (fall/winter) and until 5pm (spring/summer). The Artsy Flea features 145 booths, food trucks, music, kids attractions and more. Located at 2930 Fletcher Ave at the Van de Kamp bakery building in the Glassell Park area of Los Angeles. Parking is free and general admission is $1.

If you’re looking for the mack daddy of flea markets, CLICK HERE to find out about the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena.

If you’ll be around Orange County, CLICK HERE for the Orange County Swap Meet.

 

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