Save the Endangered Butterflies
with Jeffertitti’s Nile, LA Witch, Sock Puppet Sitcom, mecca andrews
plus Dance Party w/ DJ Jimi Hey
3110 North Broadway,
Los Angeles, CA 90031
$10 suggested donation
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DJ Jimi Hey Dance party Midnight – 2 AM! HM157 welcomes Ann Hadlock & City of Butterflies for a deluxe & delightful show dedicated towards enlightening folks as to the potential extinction of our beautiful native butterflies. We can easily rectify this happenstance by planting their natural habitat: the California Milkweed. Attendees are welcome to take Milkweed home to install. City of Butterflies strives to actively educate the public about the importance of native host or food plants in urban areas through hands-on workshops, outreach events, and media production. The reintroduction of native plants in public and private gardensis crucial to the survival of California’s rapidly declining butterfly populations. Most importantly, City of Butterflies are in the process of making an educational documentary about California butterflies and how to save them. Here is a link to their indieggo to raise funds for the documentary.
Together we can change the game for our endangered Butterflies
“The Electric Hour” & experience it live.
Check out these bad-ass, beguiling babes on Manimal Records brand new video.
Oliwa Sparkles Newell’s (Pleasure Circus, He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister) latest project. Come bask in the LOVE!
Modern dance & way beyond.
Yes, we said Sock Puppets. They are theatrical comedians, not a band.
From 11:30 – 3AM
We will be serving Hot-Dogs both meaty & veggie
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: DO NOT PARK in any parking lots near HM157.
They are tow truck traps ! It will cost you $300 to get your car back. Park on the street !
About Historical Monument 157
HM157, Historical Monument #157 on the California Landmark list, also referred to as The Horace P Dibble House (circa 1886) is a funky-old mansion in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Lincoln Heights. HM157, Historical Monument #157 on the California Landmark list, also referred to as The Horace P Dibble House (circa 1886) is a funky-old mansion in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Lincoln Heights.
HM157 functions as a music venue, gallery, live/work space, farm, and location for public and private events, film/photo shoots, cinema screenings, eco-workshops, skill sharing and more. Their artist collective works tirelessly to bring the good stuff your way. They are dedicated to the propagation of positive possibilities. This independent non-profit venue has become one of LA’s favorite places to see a show, with both indoor and outdoor stages, gardens and sofas, fountains and a Victorian front porch.Often called “the homiest venue in town”
HM157 was voted “Best Underground Date Night 2009” and “Best Escape From Corporate Entertainment 2010” by The LA Weekly