Pond at Rancho La Loma
Visitors at Rancho La Loma on Open Days, Sunday April 25, 2010
La Loma staffer Ari Robles and his little brother weave vines into Ray Cirino's Chicken Coop.
Rancho La Loma veggie garden with reused clay drain pipe
Three week old muscovy ducks on broken concrete at Rancho La Loma
Apr
25
2010

Garden Conservancy Open Days Tour

Please join us at the Garden Conservancy's Open Days tour at "Rancho La Loma" on April 25, 2010. Rancho La Loma, the U-shaped house on La Loma Road and Lakeview Road was originally designed by well known architect Glenn Elwood Smith, completed 1938.

Event Time: 
04/25/2010 - 11:00am
Planter Featuring Crassula Capitella or Campfire Plant
La Loma at Greening the Earth Day & Armory Family Arts Festival
La Loma at Greening the Earth Day & Armory Family Arts Festival
La Loma at Greening the Earth Day & Armory Family Arts Festival
Apr
24
2010

Come visit La Loma at Greening the Earth Day & Armory Family Arts Festival

Come meet La Loma Development at the City of Pasadena's Greening the Earth Day & Armory Family Arts Festival on Saturday, April 24, 2010 from 10am to 4pm. at Memorial Park & The Armory Center for the Arts, 145. N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena. We look forward to seeing you and enjoying a day of fun filled activities including music, dance, arts & crafts and more!

Event Time: 
04/24/2010 - 10:00am
Oct
18
2009

The first live simulcast in Los Angeles of the Bioneers Conference

The Beaming Bioneers program provides a focal point for communities to come together around local solutions and take action.  LA Beaming Bioneers is choosing to bring the annual Bioneers Conference to the citizens and organizations of Los Angeles, to provide the tools and inspiration to be catalysts for change in their own community. Presented by, Project Butterfly, Electric Lodge, Evolution Jewels and Downtown Independent.

Event Time: 
10/18/2009 - 1:29pm
Touch the Water: A River Play
May
28
2009

Touch the Water: A River Play

La Loma would like to recommend, Touch the Water: A River Play, from May 28-June 21, 2009, Wednesdays-Sundays at 8pm. Performed along the bank of the Los Angeles River at the Rio de Los Angeles State Park - Bowtie Parcel entrance adjacent to 2800 Casitas Ave, LA 90039.

"Under the City of Angels runs a fierce river flowing from the mountains to the ocean. But do you know it’s there? Once an unpredictable and mighty stream, a bountiful life source subject to raging floods, the Los Angeles River has lived under a shroud of concrete for the past fifty years. Today, having been tamed and transformed into an industrial flood channel, the river is at the center of much debate. What happens when we change Nature? Should we free the river from her concrete corset and let Angelenos finally touch the water?"

Event Time: 
05/28/2009 - 9:55pm
LA Garden Show Entrance
LA Garden Show: Marco Barrantes
Enjoying the Labyrinth at the LA Garden Show
May
1
2009

LA Garden Show

We are pleased to announce that we will be a part of the annual LA Garden Show at the LA County Arboretum, May 1-3.

Event Time: 
05/01/2009 - 9:00am