Now that the holidays are behind us, things at work and home are getting back to normal. Early morning walks and late afternoon potty runs fill most of the week but on the weekends it’s nice to break up the routine.
This past weekend we were treated to the first downtown L.A. fleamarket. Although it was a tad small, clearly the framework of something bigger was in place. Kudos to the organizers as we saw countless dogs at the “swap meet” and their attendance seemed welcomed.
Earlier in the month it was great to catch up with some friends and kick off the New Year at another Downtown L.A. Dog Walk. On this note, everyone is encouraged to attend next weeks Park and Recreations Department 2008 Community Needs Assessment Meeting at the DWP Building. Details below.
CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND PARKS
2007 CITYWIDE COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
Come and make your voices heard!!
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
Department of Water and Power (DWP Building)
111 North Hope Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Dog Walk Downtown Los Angeles
Downtown L.A. Flea Market