In this week’s newsletter, we check in on Zanze's Cheesecake, the Frida Kahlo Way Quick-Build Project and more.
Ingleside Together: Free Neighborhood Landmark Coloring Pages Available for Download
Courtesy of artist Neil Ballard are two coloring pages of the former El Rey movie palace and the Ingleside Terraces sundial.
Welcome to Ingleside Together, The Ingleside Light’s way to keep our community united during the shelter-in-place public health order in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. We will highlight what to know and things to do while we endure this emergency together.
Courtesy of illustrator, Lit Night host and frequent Light contributor Neil Ballard are two coloring pages of the former El Rey movie palace and the Ingleside Terraces sundial. Both are free to download.
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