Thanks To All - Accessory Dwelling Unit / ADU Meetup - April 27, 2019


Thanks to all who attended the Accessory Dwelling Unit / #ADU meetup in #SilverLake. Many good questions on present vs. new ordinance. Big thanks to speaker Teo Berndt from Tayo Design Studio #LosAngeles
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Meetup: The Basics and Future of ADUs - Saturday, April 27, 3:30 PM - RSVP

Many people have interest in building an ADU(Accessory Dwelling Unit). However, new conditions from the City of L.A. are expected. Learn about ADUs and how these new conditions might affect your plan.
Guest speaker: Teo Berndt - Project Architect, Reed Architectural Group and Tayo Design Studio
Please RSVP below. Thanks.


Ivanhoe Restaurant
2500 Riverside Dr.
Silver Lake, CA 90039

Time: 3:30 - 5:00 PM

Drinks: $5-13 dollars

Parking: $3 in the lot OR street parking on Riverside Dr.

Name *

Meetup: New 2019 Rules for Airbnb / Short-term Rentals in Los Angeles - Register Now for Event February 23, Saturday, 2 PM at Eagle Rock Brewery

Los Angeles has new rules for Airbnb and short-term rentals starting July 1, 2019. Find out how these changes will impact you and discover new strategies and options at this meetup.

When: 2 PM
Saturday, February 23

Flight $10, pint $6-8, non-alcohol drinks available

Flight $10, pint $6-8, non-alcohol drinks available

Eagle Rock Brewery
3056 Roswell St.
Glassell Park, CA 90065

Bonus: Brewery tour after the meetup

Note: No children or pets as the brewery's permit will not allow it.

Certified service animals allowed.

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Mt. Washington Made Craft Fair on September 24, 2016


A local craft fair to support Mt. Washington Elementary School, September 24, 9 AM - 1 PM

Treats by G & B Coffee, Si Paletas, and Good Times Ice Cream.

Children's craft workshop by Purple Twig.

The idea for the event came to life from a long time Mt Washington resident who wanted to figure out a way to bring the community out to support it's local school. There is a long history of artists and designers working on the hill that we want to honor by opening up the beautiful, eucalyptus-lined school grounds as a community gathering place. By making this an annual event we hope to provide a regular forum for friends and neighbors to come together and see what amazing work is being produced right here in our neighborhood.