The GRYD Weekly
Summer Night Lights 2018 set a record with Community Art Nights (CAN) being held at all 32 sites. Programming continues with Fall Friday Nights theme-based activities, including more community art nights, plus educational and health and healing resources.
Empowering youth to succeed through healthy food, through art, through sport, through knowledge, through safety, through health and healing, through college prep, through community and through family
Fall Friday Nights offers free community programming for young adults, teens and parents. Activities vary per site, with options such as workshops, arts & crafts, culinary arts, tennis, rugby, soccer and skate
Continuing to focus on violence reduction after students have returned to school, Fall Friday Nights supports our vision of creating a safe, strong, healthy Los Angeles and of making Los Angeles the safest big city in the nation
Change your thoughts and you change your world
Healthy competition thru games and physical activities can foster a safe environment where youth and adults can have fun while honing their skills and making new friends, regardless of whether it ends with a win or a loss.
Goals are for kids and families to get excited about healthy eating; to provide a source of fresh fruits and vegetables; and to bring residents of all ages together to build community around healthy habits, and harvest parties!
Summer Night Lights is a place to make connections and create memories
What Is Real? the Life and Crimes of Darnell Riley has been described as a disturbingly honest memoir that sheds a light on life inside California’s prisons.
Play often leads to laughter, which has been linked to decreased stress and lower blood pressure.
Art offers an outlet to express who we are and what we are feeling