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The Hollywood Arts Council is a non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to contributing to the quality of life in the community of Hollywood by promoting, nurturing and supporting the arts.

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Let’s have a Ball!

Come Play Legendary Bingo 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 17th
6 PM
MAKE FRIENDS & WIN VALUABLE PRIZES!

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It’s an experience of a lifetime! Voted “Best Bingo” by LA Weekly and Los Angeles Magazine, Legendary Bingo at Hamburger Mary’s in West Hollywood holds charity Bingo nights to help support local and national charities. This is a first for the Hollywood Arts Council and we’ve put together some incredible prize packages. Grab your friendsand join Hollywood Arts Council members and supporters at this fun event!

WHAT: Legendary BINGO!
WHEN: Sunday, August 17th 6 PM
WHERE: Hamburger Mary’s
8288 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90046
WHY: Have fun and laughs and support a great cause!
 
To make a reservation (yes, it sells out fast!) call Hamburger Mary’s directly at
(323) 654-3800. To find out more contact us at (323) 462-2355
 
Your $20 donation will go to the Hollywood Arts Council.
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Heroes of Hollywood

The Hollywood Arts Council was recently honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce with a Heroes of Hollywood award. The Council joined Judge Judy Sheindlin, Iron Mountain Entertainment, Jackie Goldberg, Starline Tours, and Denise DeCarlo and Betty Fraser of Grub at an award banquet at the   The Taglyan Cultural Complex in Hollywood. Robert Kovacik, anchor of NBC4 was emcee. Accepting the award for the Council, Nyla Arslanian, president of the Hollywood Arts Council board of trustees, spoke about the importance of the arts and the vital role the arts play in economic development. Thanks to all of our trustees who joined us to celebrate the day.

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2014 Childfest Sponsors

Paramount Pictures, Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Zimmer Children’s Museum, Hollywood Hotel, Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council, AMP Radio 97.1 FM, Hollywood Studio District Neighborhood Council, East Hollywood Neighborhood Council, Barnsdall Arts, Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, representing Los Angeles City Council District 13 and Councilmember Tom LaBonge, representing Los Angeles City Council District 4.  

Community Participants include Sweet! Hollywood, Kind Snacks, Los Angeles Zoo and Page Private School.