Upcoming River Walk at the September 20 Frogtown Artwalk
September 11, 2008 § 6 Comments
This creek freak be leading a guided river walk in Elysian Valley (or Frogtown) – one of the nicest parts of the Los Angeles River. It’s part of the 2008 Frogtown Artwalk, so you can do the walk, then check out local studios and galleries.
The walk takes place at 4:30pm on Saturday September 20th, departing from AGPS Architecture at 2413 Ripple Street (at Clearwater Street – one block downstream from Fletcher Drive), Los Angeles 90039.
It’s free. No rsvp required – just show up. The walk is along one of the nicest soft-bottom sections of the river, with willows, sycamores, ducks, turtles, fish, egrets, herons, and cormorants. There’s also the wonderful 1927 Fletcher Drive Bridge, two pocket parks – Rattlesnake Park and Marsh Park, and beautiful artistic gates by Brett Goldstone. I’ll be giving a brief talk, then we’ll do a non-strenous walk for about 90 minutes. See you down by the river.