September may mean the end of summertime to some, but here in Los Angeles we are lucky to have the blissful sunny weather all year long. Here are some local happenings to look forward to this month, especially if you want to keep that summer mood going as you get busy with work:

Silver Lake Picture Show
Sep 13 2018

© The Silver Lake Picture Show

One of our favorite Silver Lake events happens on Thursday nights, when members of the community gather at the Sunset Triangle Plaza for outdoor film watching. Enjoy this wonderful event every other week through September – remember to bring a chair and stop by a local eatery (so many to choose from in Silver Lake!) to grab your snack – then unwind in front of the big screen. What’s playing? Crowd pleasing all-time favorites and new shorts by emerging local talents.

Glendale Open Arts & Music Festival
Sep 15 2018

We love Glendale – it’s a wonderful neighborhood with fascinating history and amazing food (we can never resist the mediterranean fare at Elena’s Greek Armenian Cuisine – the chicken kabob is too delicious!). Get to know Glendale by catching this free community festival that will feature music performances, arts markets, beer and wine gardens, and a warm and cozy vibe. If you already know and love Glendale, check out our listing at 3520 Fallenleaf Pl and contact us if you are interested in touring this spacious home.


Grab your wheels and celebrate LA with CicLAvia and LA Phil!
Sep 30 2018

© Westside Today

This year LA Phil starts off the season on a rather exciting and unexpected note: it joins forces with CicLAvia for a car-free, music-filled fest that begins in DTLA at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and sprawls all the way to the orchestra’s summer abode at the Hollywood Bowl. You’ll be able to bike, wheel, skate or walk between Downtown L.A. and Hollywood as more than 1,800 musicians, artists and dancers will perform at six pedestrian hubs across the eight-mile route. Your trek will be rewarded by a grand show at the Hollywood Bowl, where Gustavo Dudamel will lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic with performances from Herbie Hancock, Kali Uchis, Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA) and more.

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