L.A. Urban Rangers River Ramble this Thursday at MOCA
August 2, 2011 § 1 Comment
L.A. Creek Freak has received this urgent communique from L.A.’s Urban Rangers regarding their Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) activity night – this Thursday August 4th 2011. It’s FREE and you just might learn something while having fun and thinking about some serious art.
We’re passing the Rangers’ message along to you verbatim:
After our successful inaugural Engagement Party expedition to the peaks of Bunker Hill, we will be off rambling along the river this Thursday. Biking is encouraged!
L.A. River Ramble
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 7–10pm
Trailhead located at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
Hone your river-scouting skills during this activity-filled hike to America’s most famous forgotten river. Participants will journey through the riparian corridor of art, industry, and infrastructure to explore the past and future of the L.A. River in Downtown and its place in the megalopolis’ watershed.
The event is FREE to the public and no reservations are required.
Wear sturdy shoes and carry water to avoid blisters and dehydration. Biking the L.A. River Ramble trail is strongly encouraged.
For further information, please visit moca.org/party or contact education [at] moca.org. We hope to see you!
In your service,
Los Angeles Urban Rangers
So… Don’t make your reservation right away. Gear up and pedal down to MOCA’s Little Tokyo trailhead this Thursday at 7pm. Arrive early to score extra brownie points. The L.A. Urban Rangers include friend of the creek freaks Jenny Price and many more groovy and gregarious go-getters. Rumor has it that you might be able to ask your pressing river questions to L.A. Creek Freak’s very own Joe Linton, who’s been conscripted into urban rangerdom for the evening!