Need something green to fill up your weekend calendar?
Head over to the Getty Center!
This Saturday the Getty is hosting a free community celebration that will spotlight the newly installed Getty Salad Garden and the culinary-inspired exhibitions The Edible Monument: The Art of Food Festivals and Eat, Drink, and Be Merry: Food in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Hang out, enjoy the views, and imbibe a few potent potables from a cash bar that’ll include garden inspired cocktails by Arley Marks.
KCRW’s Anne Litt will be spinning tunes and guests will also be able to meet Julia Sherman, the creator of the “Salad For President” blog and creative force behind the Getty Salad Garden project.
Guided tours of the unique greens growing in the Getty Salad Garden will take place throughout the event as well as timed tours of the aforementioned culinary exhibitions (sign-up is required for the exhibition tours, which begin at 6:15pm).
The Garden Party is a free event, and no ticket is required to attend.
Follow the link below for additional details.
What: Getty Garden Party
When: Saturday, November 14, 2015, from 6:00pm 0 8:30pm.
Where: The Getty Center. Parking is located at the intersection of N Sepulveda Blvd & Getty Center Dr.
Parking is normally $10 after 4:00pm. Be sure to carpools with some buds to split the cost.