Ligthscape at the Arboretum's Fire Garden

Arcadia Received the Gift of Crowds by Michael Lucas with Light Shows at Arboretum and Race Track

ARCADIA RECEIVED THE GIFT OF CROWDS by Michael Lucas Light shows at the Arboretum and Race Track drew festive throngs, raising spirits at Westfield Santa Anita and even Downtown Monrovia Behind the scenes: How technology mesmerizes viewers ——————————————————————————————————————- Arcadia proved one of the Southland’s premier destinations during the holiday season, with two sprawling light-and-music shows…

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Job Posting: LA County Arboretum – Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager

Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager Department: Fund Development Reports to: Chief Development Officer Classification: Full-Time Regular/Benefits Eligible   ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION The Los Angeles Arboretum Foundation is the nonprofit partner of the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, a 127-acre public garden and historic site in Arcadia, CA. Established in 1948, the Arboretum is…

FAERY FUN TIME AT THE L.A. ARBORETUM

Join the faeries from A Faery Hunt up close in an interactive walkabout in the enchanted Celebration Garden at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden. The faeries will bring you stories of magic and flowers with dancing, singing and fun and messages of kindness, respect and ecological responsibility. The program is amusing and…

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LA County Arboretum Foundation – Membership Assistant Job Opening

Job Opening Membership Assistant – Part Time The Los Angeles Arboretum Foundation is seeking an individual with a membership and customer service background.  This position requires working with membership or a similar database preferably in an arboretum or museum.  The ideal candidate must be detail oriented with outstanding customer service, organization and communication skills. Duties…

WILD WEST DAY 2017

Celebrating the history of Lucky Baldwin’s ranch at the Arboretum Saturday, May 6, 10am to 4pm Calling all cowboys and cowgirls, young and old, put on your hats and boots and step back in time to the late 1800s when Elias J. “Lucky” Baldwin owned Rancho Santa Anita and turned it into a bountiful oasis…