2014 WeHo Reads NOIR

2014 WeHo Reads NOIR

Thank you to everyone who attended the full day of arts and literary programming held as part of WeHo Reads on September 27!

Whether you attended WeHo Reads or not, we want to hear your input to help us plan future literary programming in West Hollywood by filling out this short survey.

To see photos of the WeHo Reads event please click here.

The City of West Hollywood celebrated National Literacy Month in September 2014 by launching a new, free literary-based community event WeHo Reads: Noir and a month of free Saturday programming for adults and children at West Hollywood Library and Park. The highlight was A Day of Noir on September 27 featuring a full day of programming including literary panels, poetry, jazz, art activities, and theatre.  

Classic Noir 2:00p Matinee Film Series:  Saturday, September 6 – Double Indemnity  Saturday, September 13 – The Big Sleep  Saturday, September 20 – Mildred Pierce  A Day of Noir:  Saturday, September 27, 1:00p – 7:00p Come join us as we explore the noir of past, present, and future through panels, book signings, readings, theater, music, surprises, and a special sunset screening in the park of Who Framed Roger Rabbit! 

WeHo Reads: Day of Noir Schedule
Click on the picture below to enlarge schedule

Schedule

Check out author biographies here:  WEHO READS NOIR BIOGRAPHIES

You can find the WeHo Reads Bibliography here: WeHo Reads Bibliography

For any questions related to WeHo Reads, please contact Andrew Campbell at acampbell@weho.org or Mike Che at mche@weho.org

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Parking:

We expect that parking onsite will be popular and will fill up early. There is convenient parking nearby at the Pacific Design Center for $12, with access provided off of Melrose Avenue. We highly encourage those that can to walk or take public transportation.

Public Transportation:

The free CityLine shuttle runs from 8am-6pm approximately every 30 minutes and stops at the Library. If you are staying for the 7pm screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit you can take the free WeHo Pickup trolley as far east as Fairfax Avenue between 8pm - 3am.

Metro buses conveniently run to both WeHo Park and the West Hollywood Library 24 hours a day.

Movie screening:

You should bring your own lawn chair or picnic blanket to the outdoor screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit in WeHo Park. 

Thank you to our generous sponsors!!!