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Event Series Event Series: Grand Park’s Easy Mornings 2022

Grand Park’s Easy Mornings 2022

April 16, 2023
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Grand Park’s Easy-Mornings offers a start to the weekend with relaxing and family-friendly activities live in Grand Park this April. This free three-hour public program highlights arts and culture, educational and creative programs, and community health, offering Angelenos ways to experience joyful and creative opportunities to deepen relationships with family, community, parks and their playful selves as well as ways to support local small businesses. Grand Park’s Easy Mornings takes place on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

From puppetry, storytelling, dance, music making, arts and crafts and live DJ entertainment with DJ Lawrence, Grand Park’s Easy Mornings will explore all the ways everyone can express themselves. This year’s program includes a mini maker’s market featuring Los Angeles-based small businesses and nonprofits with activities to inspire children of all ages, adults, families and caregivers to think big. Grand Park-goers will experience tactile, fun and creative activities in various artistic mediums. Grand Park’s favorite food trucks and vendors will offer food and beverages for purchase; on-site picnicking is encouraged.

Grand Park’s Easy Mornings is curated in partnership with Streetlet, an opportunity-matching and growth engine for small business owners and makers. Streetlet is powering the #shoplocal movement by connecting the best small retail and product businesses with amazing opportunities in their neighborhoods and online.

*Masks are not required but are highly encouraged.


Gloria Molina Grand Park
200 N. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012 United States
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