Curious about the BLVD Farmers Market – Lancaster, California

Lancaster, California

The BLVD Farmers Market will be held every Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m. from April through October on the BLVD between Fern and Ehrlich Avenues. (Weather permitting, not including holidays.)⁠⁠
Please be aware of the following guidelines that must be followed during the farmer’s market.⁠⁠

· There will be one exit and one entrance⁠⁠
· Masks will be required⁠⁠
· Physical distancing will be required⁠⁠
· Samples and eating will not be allowed ⁠⁠
· Be aware of marks and arrows displaying appropriate distance and paths of travel.⁠⁠
The City will be abiding by LA County’s protocol for certified farmers markets.

 For information on how to become a vendor, please visit:

Veterans Day LA

Veterans Day

November 11, 2019

Veterans are some of the most important members of our communities. Having put their lives on line to protect our country and citizens, they deserve our full respect and recognition for their sacrifices.

In honor of LA County’s many Veterans, I will be hosting the first-ever Veterans Day LA Event at the newly-renovated Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

This event will completely free for the whole family to enjoy. Details via
See you there!
Janice Hahn, LA County Supervisor
4th District

Nawanaki-Ti Farmers’ Market

Great opportunity to meet and talk with the locals, and at the same time resupply with fresh goodies for your trip along the
Grand Old Highway.

Since many of our members are visitors from another country, they should take advantage of some cultural exchange. This stop could definitely be an educational experience.

Click the image above for the Full Flyer (PDF format)

Big Pine Farmers Market
Open June 21
Close September 20
5PM To Dusk
Located Next to the Big Pine Tribal Office
825 S. Main Street

Don’t Change the Name of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum –

UPDATED – 3/30/2019

Hello Friend,
As you may have heard, USC is planning on changing the name of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to the United Airlines Memorial Coliseum. As a result, I argued in my Op-Ed in the LA Times this weekend, this is a huge mistake.

Unlike other sports venues, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is not just a stadium — it’s a war memorial to those who served in World War I. Removing “Los Angeles” and replacing it with a corporate sponsor insults the memories of those the Coliseum was intended to honor.

Please sign my petition to urge USC President Carol L. Folt not to change the name of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Thank you.

Sign the petition!