banner-2

Our second annual OneLife LA event is Saturday, January 23, 2016

We invite you to join thousands in declaring a commitment to valuing and protecting all human life, particularly the most vulnerable in our community. The event will begin with a walk up Temple Street, across Grand Avenue and down 1st Street, culminating in a family-friendly picnic with music, entertainment, food trucks, and exhibits from community organizations.

Schedule

12:00 PM

Doors open at La Placita Olvera (Olvera St.)

12:30 PM

Welcome and walk begins

1:30 PM

Speakers, Entertainment, and Food in front of City Hall

4 PM

Event concludes

5 PM

Continue honoring life at the Requiem Mass for the Unborn Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

Location

Starts at La Placita Olvera, Downtown LA

jan12

End Location

Ends at Grand Park, Downtown LA

 

Transportation

Buses should arrive between 10:30 and 11:00am. Drop off is on Main St. Bus parking is at the LA Sports Arena and costs $30.

Doors open at 12pm at La Placita/Olvera St. The event ends at 4pm. Buses will pick up from Grand Park on 1st Street, and we will assign you a pick up time.

If you are all staying for the Requiem Mass, that will end about 7pm. Buses will pick up from the bus loading zone by Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral on Temple St.

Register Bus

Register your bus here

Public Transit

Civic Center/Grand Park Station & Union Station

  • Purple Line and Red Line to Civic Center/Grand Park Station
  • Purple Line, Red Line, Gold Line, Silver Line to Union Station

Directions from Stations

From Civic Center/Grand Park Station to La Placita Olvera (13 minutes), head northeast on Hill St, turn right on West Temple St, and left onto North Main St.

From Union Station to La Placita Olvera (4 minutes), head North out of Union Station, walk down Marchesseault St/Paseo De La Plaza to arrive at the La Placita Olvera.

Parking

One-Life--2015-Parking-Map-Final

Important Reminders

Remember to bring your water bottles, hats and sunscreen to OneLife LA! No outside chairs or tables of any kind are allowed in the park, so be sure to bring your picnic blankets! Handicapped seating is available.

Mission Statement

The mission of OneLife LA is to unite communities and inspire positive action through an annual event that promotes the beauty and dignity of every human life from conception to natural death.