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Event: Illuminate the Night at the Elysian Valley Arts Collective

Glenn Shelhamer

Taylor Yard Pedestrian BridgeDavid Clark - Shelhamer Group

Elysian Valley (also known as Frog Town) in LA's Arts District is hosting a free event called "Illuminate the Night." The night will be filled with art installations, live music, food trucks, and more! Elysian Valley is a great place to visit, and this event is the perfect opportunity to see what it has to offer.

So, how will eventgoers "Illuminate the Night?" That's entirely up to you! You can carry a small camping lantern or cover your entire body in glow sticks. As long as it's glowing, it's good! Ok, maybe that's not entirely true. There are a few sources of light that are not allowed. *NO* open flames.

Eventgoers should only use solar or battery-powered lighting. Additionally, it's good to note that parking space will be extremely limited, so the organizers recommend you use a rideshare service, ride your bike, or walk.

So, what's the event schedule? The event will be on April 9, 2022, from 6-9 pm at the Taylor Yard Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge. Come celebrate the opening of this newly-built pedestrian and bicycle bridge that connects Elysian Valley with Cypress Park across the Los Angeles River. The bridge is part of the city's effort to make Elysian Valley more accessible and to promote healthy, active lifestyles.

This is a great event for all ages, so bring your friends and family! We hope to see you there!

For more information, visit the event website or find them on social media - Facebook: @frogtownarts / Instagram: @frogtownarts / Twitter: @frogtownarts

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Glenn Shelhamer is the founder and broker of the Shelhamer Real Estate Group and is ranked among the top 5% of real estate brokers in the U.S., showcased in business publications, and seen on Bravo TV's "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles."

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