Roar Shack is a collective of writers and artists, and over the... read more

Roar Shack is a collective of writers and artists, and over the... read more

Save the date: September 13, 2015! Partners in Time at the “Near... read more

Our Locations
826LA in Mar Vista
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and the Time Travel Mart
12515 Venice Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 915-0200
826LA in Echo Park (map)
and the Time Travel Mart
1714 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
(213) 413-3388
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From the Blog
The rousing debates and café calamities of our first week of English Language Learner camp (Food Week) were a tough act to follow, but with our second week of camp — Nature... read more

He may not know what he’d like to be when he grows up quite yet, but for now, Cristofer has one very important goal in mind: read all nine books in the Bone series. Since coming... read more

Last month, 826LA in Mar Vista had the pleasure of putting on a weeklong workshop exploring DIY and small-print media. Cut and Paste: the Art of the ‘Zine saw fourteen students... read more

This is Mark the Mountain. His best friend is Tony the Bird. Together, they talk about how awesome it would be to travel to different places. Mark is happiest when it rains a lot... read more

Upcoming Programs
View all upcoming 826LA programs!

July 29th  10:00am - 12:00am

Echo Park English Language Learner Camp

Students ages 7-12 join us for two sessions each day of our ELL Camp. Students work with volunteers on their writing, verbal, and reading skills. Activities are based around five weekly themes: food, nature, arts and culture, science, and time travel.

July 29th  10:30am - 1:00pm

Mar Vista ELL Camp AM Session

Over the course of five weeks, students work on projects covering everything from food and nature to arts, culture, science, and time travel, all while strengthening and reviewing English language development skills like sentence structures, grammar, close reading, and story writing.

July 29th  3:00pm - 5:30pm

Mar Vista ELL Camp PM Session

Over the course of five weeks, students work on projects covering everything from food and nature to arts, culture, science, and time travel, all while strengthening and reviewing English language development skills like sentence structures, grammar, close reading, and story writing.

July 30th  10:00am - 12:00am

Echo Park English Language Learner Camp

Students ages 7-12 join us for two sessions each day of our ELL Camp. Students work with volunteers on their writing, verbal, and reading skills. Activities are based around five weekly themes: food, nature, arts and culture, science, and time travel.