The 13th Annual Lummis Days Festival Takes Place June 1, 2 & 3, 2018. 



The Lummis Days Festival is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs and The Los Angeles County Arts Commission. Concert is sponsored by Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis. 

Lummis Days celebrates the arts, history and ethnic diversity of Northeast Los Angeles through educational and cultural events and an annual festival that draws the community together for a shared experience while providing a platform for cooperation among people of all ages and backgrounds.

Upcoming Events: 

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LAUSD Professional Development Workshop: “The River Runs Through It – Charles Lummis and the Culture of the Arroyo Seco” scheduled for two Saturdays, October 13 and 27, 2018 – Registration is now open.

During the course of the two days, participants walk in the wilds of the Arroyo Seco River, visit the native plant garden maintained by the National Park Service at the Audubon Center, tour the Lummis Home and Garden with a docent, experience the Los Angeles River in new ways with Friends of the Los Angeles River, take part in a walking tour of historic homes in the Sycamore Grove community, learn about the work of Charles Lummis as an archaeologist in Peru at the Southwest Museum and sit with holders of Tongva and Chumash traditions for a hands-on workshop.



Looking to donate to a local cause you can believe in? Support the Lummis Day organization in order to make Lummis Days possible. Our FREE cultural festival celebrating the many ethnic communities in one of the first and most diverse areas of of Los Angeles, Northeast LA. We can't do so without the generous support of individuals like you. Give now by clicking the donate button below: