Sunday, October 12, 2014

Native Los Angeles: Kuruvungna Springs

On the University High School Campus in West Los Angeles
Freshwaters of LA trickle down toward the sea at Santa Monica Bay from the foothills.
Kuruvungna Springs Cultural Center Museum
Visit the new native plant nursery and newly-uncovered Native American artifacts that have been put on display. A special event was recently hosted on "Life Before Columbus." Contact the center for more events.
  • Kuruvungna Springs Cultural Center & Museum
  • University High School
    1439 South Barrington Ave., West L.A., CA 90025
  • Facebook: “Kuruvungna Springs”
The University High School Campus in West LA hosts ancient freshwater springs on the site of a Tongva Indian Village called Kuruvungna -- “a place where we are all in the Sun.”

Enjoy the four year old Native plant garden -- oaks, cottonwoods, wild rose, and sage. Rain or shine. 

Where? The Springs at Kuruvungna are located at 1439 South Barrington Ave. on the campus of University High School, one mile west of the 405 Freeway, on Barrington, one block north of Santa Monica Blvd., the second driveway on the west side of Barrington, Los Angeles, CA 90025.

Children Welcome. Free Parking. No smoking, dogs, or alcohol. Inquiries:

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