The Leimert Park Group (LPG) is an emerging non-profit organization that promotes commerce, culture and community in Leimert Park Village and surrounding areas. The company’s flagship event, The Free Leimert Park Village African Art & Music Festival, is the preeminent event in Historic Leimert Park Village; drawing residents from across all council districts in Los Angeles and beyond.
In just four short years, the LPG has also become one of the leading privately produced events offering health/wellness, economics/business, arts/culture, literacy/education and leadership programs, activities, and services to the broadly diverse Los Angeles audience. Additional information about the LPG is available at www.leimertparkfestival.blogspot.com
The logo of the Leimert Park Group is the West African Adrinka Symbol that depicts the saying "BOA ME NA ME MMOA WO", and translates into "Help me and let me help you". It symbolizes cooperation and interdependence. This symbol combined with the image of the Egyptian Pyramid, and the phrase "Each One, Reach One, Teach One", signifies the heart and soul of the organization.
The Mission of The Leimert Park Group is to present and partner with other organizations to bring year-round cultural, artistic and educational programs to the Leimert Park Village and the surrounding area and to provide support for the local merchants, artists, musicians and residents of Leimert Park Village and the greater Los Angeles region. The Vision of The Leimert Park Group is to make Leimert Park Village the most culturally and economically affluent community in the world.
The website is: http://leimertparkfestival.blogspot.com
For additional information contact: The Leimert Park Group, 4330 Degnan Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90008