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Friday, 21 August 2015 02:07

Low-Impact Summer Fun

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Summer is just about wrapping up, but there’s still time to get in some low-impact summer fun!

Enjoy one or all of these great activities that get you and your friends moving, making, and learning.

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A craft night is a great excuse to get together, and have some low-key fun without spending any money or resources. Have everyone bring their latest handmade project, or teach a friend a new skill. Or you can all learn a new craft together, using the hundreds of free tutorials on YouTube!

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(photo credit: http://www.campodecahuenga.com)


Did you know that the Birthplace of Los Angeles is just down the road in Universal City? A quick Metro down from the Arts District, Campo de Cahuenga is open the 1st and 3rd Saturdays each month from 12pm to 4pm, and features Los Angeles history from 2000 B.C. to present day.



An awesome way to lend a helping hand can be as simple as spending some time with local shelter animals. Organizations like The Amanda Foundation are always looking for volunteers to walk, play and cuddle with their adoptable dogs and cats. Check out VolunteerMatch for more opportunities to give time.

And, if you already have a dog, you can enjoy a beautiful day with your pooch at one of LA’s many dog parks, beaches and dog-friendly hiking paths (list here).

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Take an afternoon journey through the history of the NoHo Arts District with the Angels Walk, which I’ve written about before here.

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Brianne Richard

Bio Brianne lives and works North Hollywood and has been a lover of the Noho Arts District since she moved to Los Angeles from the East Coast in 2010. She is passionate about finding new ways to reduce, reuse, recycle, and repurpose! In her spare time, she edits her documentary web series Glad Rags, which is about vintage and sustainable fashion, runs an Etsy shop selling vintage and repurposed treasures, and co-produces a podcast! She's always making an effort to reduce her impact on our precious resources and share her passion for the repurposeful lifestyle!

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