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The City of West Hollywood is following the lead of local health agencies and immediately cancelling all non-essential City events and meetings through June 30, 2020 in response to COVID-19. For more information please visit our Coronavirus web area.

The Calendar features a comprehensive schedule of City of West Hollywood meetings and City-sponsored events. In order to ensure accuracy, only listings for the current month appear on the Calendar. (Past events remain listed, as well.) The following month's Calendar listings are typically added during the last week of the month prior.

MashUp's Each for Equal Sunday Event with Female Artistic Directors

As part of MashUp Contemporary Dance Company's 2020 International Women's Day Festival, Each for Equal, we are hosting an afternoon with some of the most fantastic female Artistic Directors from LA dance companies. This FREE event features dance classes, a showcase, and a panel discussion with these incredible women. Please feel free to drop in to any of the events or stay for the whole afternoon!

Celebrate International Women’s Day with MashUp and the Los Angeles Dance Community in West Hollywood! Experience, learn from, and gain inspiration at this incredible event focusing on the talented female Artistic Directors of LA dance companies including LA Contemporary Dance Company, Entity, FABE, Contra Tiempo, Szalt, Re:born, Bryn Cohn + Artists, and more. Classes take place from 12-2:15pm, with the showcase at 2:30pm, and panel discussion at 3:30pm.
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