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Drive-In Movie

THE FRIENDS OF HANCOCK PARK WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO OUR VERY FIRST HOLIDAY PAJAMA PARTY DRIVE-IN MOVIE NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA!!!!! COME WATCH HOME ALONE UNDER THE STARS!!!! BUY TICKETS HERE: https://www.freshschools.com/…/holiday-pajama…/donation When: December 17, 2021 Gates at 5 pm Movie at 6 pm Where: Fairfax Highschool Parking Lot N/E Corner of Melrose/Fairfax 7850 Melrose …

Candy Fundraiser
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Candy Fundraiser

Hancock Park Families, We are launching a delicious fundraiser and we need your help! We are selling See’s Candy, just in time for the holidays!  Order now in time for Hanukkah, Christmas, or New Years. Or just because you like chocolate! After your order for yourself, PLEASE share this fundraising link with your friends, families, …

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Family Photo Shoot

FAMILY PHOTO SHOOT When: Saturday, November 20 from 10 am to 2 pm Where: La Brea Tar Pits Park (will share exact location soon) What: Friends of Hancock Park board member, and 2nd-grade dad, Sean Doorly, will be taking family photos at the Tar Pits for $25 each and donating 100% of the money to our …

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FALL PARTY

FALL COSTUME PARTY AND PARADE IN THE PARK   Friends of Hancock Park invites you to celebrate Fall with a balloon twister, crafts ($5 craft kits for sale), and a costume parade!  Come dressed in your costume of choice (e.g. favorite character from a book or movie, clothing that represents your culture, etc.)  Bring water. Bagged snacks …

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ABOUT US

Friends of Hancock Park would like to invite you to an informational meeting via Zoom on Wednesday, September 22nd at 6 pm. Join us as we discuss the Annual Giving Campaign, volunteer opportunities, and our goals for this year and beyond. Every parent is welcome and we’d love to see you there! We look forward …

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#StopAsianHate #BLM

Treating each other with kindness and celebrating our diverse community are core values of the Hancock Park School. The Friends of Hancock Park has chosen in the past to refrain from commenting on events in the broader community of our city and beyond, but we now recognize that remaining silent bolsters the status quo and …