October 28, 2007 Travel Throught Union Station Los Angeles CA
TRAVEL THROUGH HISTORY TO UNION STATIONI
The Los Angeles Conservancy Invites Families to Explore and Celebrate One of Southern California's Most Beloved Landmarks
Fun-F;lIed Aft.moon of Exploration, Art Projects and Snacks Launches Conservancy's First-Ever Tour Desisned Especially for Kids and Families
WHAT: The Los Anfjeles Conservancy kicks off its new Youth Outreach Program on Sunday, October 28 with a kid's tour of one of our city's most beloved landmarklS - Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. Opened in 1939, Union Station is the last of the great train stations built in the United States.
This fun-tilled afternoon of exploration, art projects, and snacks will launch the Conservancy's first-ever walking.tour designed especially for ohildren and families. The tour will inclUde II bit of Los Angeles history and a bit of architecwral appreciation, and will be geared to kids IIges 7 to 11 as well as their parents and grandparents.
• Children and families touring the histone landmark;
• Children worklna on art projects, such illS pafnt,,,,, III tile in the style of the titesfound throlJillout Union Station;
• Children decoratfng Halloween lantern balls.
Sunday, October 28, 1 pm· ... pm, wtth tours each half hour 1 pm· 2:10 pm $5 for kids 12 and under and Conservlncy members; $10 lenerel public.
a 1 0 North Alameda Street Downtown Los Anleles
Interviews: LA Conservancy Executtve Dtrector Lfnda Dtshmln. LOI Anl.lft children and their femilles.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Cindy Olnlek, 213.4\30."214
FOR TOUR RESERVATIONS: www.laconzrvans:v.org, 213-623.2489