LOS ANGELES –If the cellophane-wrapped commercial aspect of Valentine’s Day is getting under your skin, perhaps something a bit more titillating is up your weird little alley (no judgement from us here at WHD). Hollywood Laughter Ent. offers a monthly Tickle Party at the Sanctuary Studios in Lennox – and yeah, they have couples pricing!
You may have heard of “tickle parties” before, perhaps in the context of a military controversy, or maybe you’ve seen a documentary about “tickle videos”- heck- maybe you’re a tickle flick aficionado. Here’s a chance to see for yourself what the world of tickle kink is all about.
In between the laughing tickle sessions, attendees can grab their favorite cocktail at the communal BYOB bar. No alcohol will be sold but snacks are available.
For $20 per ten minutes, guests can laugh out loud with models. Mini sessions go for $5.
10914 South La Cienega Boulevard
Lennox, CA 90304
Entry to the event is $60 at the door, or you can order now and save.
Free parking in the small lot on the side of the building, otherwise street parking.
For tickets, visit Eventbrite.
Seniors in Action: ‘Community + Connection + Conversation’ Jan 28
WEST HOLLYWOOD — Seniors in Action: Community + Connection + Conversation offers activities that provide engaging opportunities for participants to learn something new, contribute their talents and experience and deepen their connection to the West Hollywood community.
It is an on-going enrichment program from the City of West Hollywood. Each meeting is a unique opportunity to learn and share. Join your friends and neighbors for camaraderie and companionship.
Attendance is free and open to the public and RSVPs are not necessary. Refreshments will be served.
Tuesday, January 28 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the West Hollywood Library Community Meeting Room, located at 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard.
Presented by the West Hollywood Comprehensive Services Center in collaboration with the City of West Hollywood and its Senior Advisory Board.
WeHo Women’s Book Club: ‘Normal People’ by Sally Rooney Jan 7
WEST HOLLYWOOD — The Women and Books club meets on the first Tuesday of each month to discuss books written by women authors.
January’s featured reading Normal People by Sally Rooney, a stunning novel about the transformative power of relationships. It’s been named in Entertainment Weekly’s ten best novels of the year and is on the New York Times best books list.
Sally Rooney was born in the west of Ireland in 1991. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Granta and The London Review of Books. Winner of the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award in 2017, she is the author of Conversations with Friends and the editor of the Irish literary journal The Stinging Fly.
Tuesday, January 7, 2020 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the West Hollywood Library Community Meeting Room, located at 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard.
Admission is free, but space is limited so RSVPs are encouraged.
Free parking will be available at the adjacent five-story West Hollywood Park parking structure with validation at the event.
For more information, please visit womenandbooks.
‘Be Well WeHo’ Mindfulness Series Teaches Organization’ – Jan 8
WEST HOLLYWOOD — As part of the City of West Hollywood’s Be Well WeHo Mindfulness Series, the City is offering two opportunities to take part in this month’s class on the topic of Organization.
Are you living in the middle of so much stuff you cannot find your way around? Do you keep things for a long time that you never use? Let’s cleanup for good and take control over our stuff!
This class will give you steps to get organized and create a clear path for good to flow in your life.
Everyone over 18 is welcome, and classes are just $3. There are two sessions: 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
To register, please contact the Recreation Services Division at (323) 848-6843 or visit weho.org/recreation.
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