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Welcome, Neighbor at Homelessness Resource Fair
Apr
20
9:00 AM09:00

Welcome, Neighbor at Homelessness Resource Fair

Join Miry’s List at the Los Angeles Homelessness Resource Fair in Grand Park to meet organizations creating change for homeless Angelenos. And stop by the Welcome, Neighbor booth to say hello and learn about our program for activating Angelenos around helping their resettling neighbors.

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Welcome, Neighbor Resolution Adoption in Highland Park
Mar
7
7:00 PM19:00

Welcome, Neighbor Resolution Adoption in Highland Park

At the March general board meeting, the council will vote to adopt the Neighborhood Welcoming Resolution declaring Highland Park to be a safe and welcoming place for all. Come witness the magic and meet your neighbors! Free and open to the public, like all Neighborhood Council meetings.

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Airbnb Open Homes x Miry's List Syrian Dinner + Meetup
Feb
27
6:00 PM18:00

Airbnb Open Homes x Miry's List Syrian Dinner + Meetup

Join us for Syrian dinner with Airbnb, WeWork and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to welcome refugees to Los Angeles. This is an evening of Syrian dinner and conversation to learn how you can support the local community through Airbnb's Open Homes program and WeWork's Refugee Initiative. Free, RSVP required.

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16th Annual Alternative Gift Market
Dec
9
9:00 AM09:00

16th Annual Alternative Gift Market

  • Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church, Ross Chapel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The 16th Annual Alternative Gift Market will be held on Sunday, December 9th from 9:00AM to 1:00PM. A unique feature of our Alternative Gift Market is that it gives our congregations of 500+ Church members the opportunity to learn more about the organizations that we are fundraising for.

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Welcome, Neighbor at Highland Park Neighborhood Council Meeting
Dec
6
7:00 PM19:00

Welcome, Neighbor at Highland Park Neighborhood Council Meeting

Board discussion and motion to apply HHPNC to be part of the Welcome, Neighbor program in collaboration with Miry's List and Empower LA and appoint a volunteer board member or stakeholder as Welcoming Liaison. This program would give our neighborhood council and stakeholders a framework for supporting families resettling in Los Angeles as refugees. This vote is to complete the application form for Welcome, Neighbor and the programming would begin in January. Presented by Miry Whitehill of Miry's List. J. Tijerina

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Afghan Tea Party & Social Action Shabbaton
Nov
17
8:30 AM08:30

Afghan Tea Party & Social Action Shabbaton

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Miry is Keynote speaker for this community social justice day focused on immigration and welcoming the stranger. Miry will talk about how we can activate here in LA to welcome our resettling neighbors. Classic Syrian coffee, tea and desserts will be serves by a resettle cook from Syria to give guests a multi-sensory and delicious experience.

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Screening & Conversation: THIS IS HOME
Nov
14
5:30 PM17:30

Screening & Conversation: THIS IS HOME

Join WeWork members for a screening of THIS IS HOME, telling the story of four Syrian refugee families arriving in America and beginning to rebuild their lives. Following the film, we will enjoy a Syrian fare reception and hear from Miry Whitehill, founder of Miry’s List, about how we can help resettling families right here in Los Angeles.

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Friendsgiving with Miry's List 2018
Nov
1
to Nov 30

Friendsgiving with Miry's List 2018

Each November is Friendsgiving at Miry's List, when we ask people in our community to invite their friends over, share a meal, and raise money for our organization and families.  All funds raised go towards supporting Miry's List and new arrival resettling families in America. Last year, over 50 Friendsgiving gatherings took place throughout November and we raised over $30,000. This year we hope to meet and exceed last year's fundraising effort and our goal is $50,000.

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Congress of Neighborhoods 2018
Sep
22
7:45 AM07:45

Congress of Neighborhoods 2018

We’re hosting a Welcome, Neighbor table at The Los Angeles Congress of Neighborhoods, an all-day event at LA City Hall event that unites leaders from the city's 98 Neighborhood Councils. Held annually at the Los Angeles City Hall in Downtown, the goal that aims to help Neighborhood Council leaders obtain the tools and establish the relationships they need to build a prosperous future for their communities.


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Syrian Break Fast in the Park with Cool Shul
Sep
19
4:00 PM16:00

Syrian Break Fast in the Park with Cool Shul

You are invited to join Cool Shul for family-friendly High Holy Days services in Woodland Hall at Temescal Gateway Park. Cool Shul services are extremely musical, casual and full of meaning - but not so long that you start looking at your watch! Child care is available for little ones. Wherever you are on your religious journey, we will meet you there. This is reorganized religion.

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USC's Beer Book Club - New Beginnings - Fundraiser for Miry's List
Sep
7
7:30 PM19:30

USC's Beer Book Club - New Beginnings - Fundraiser for Miry's List

Who we are:
Kitchen Table is a social dining app that brings people together to share dining experiences, make meals accessible, easy, and memorable, and redefine what it means to eat local.

This gathering:
Welcome to the first Left Coast meeting of the Beer Book Club. This event is a great beer tasting, potluck, and dinner party all mashed into one. Here’s how it works: BBC meets on a semi-regular basis to share and taste some great beers. The potluck part is I pick a theme, and ya’ll bring some beers that match the theme (see below for the FAQ). I provide some snacks (feel free to bring your own to help supplement), I provide tasting knowledge (aka spout some BS about what I think the beer tastes like), and everyone has a ton of fun! This BBC’s theme is new beginnings.

Tickets are $5/person. Save your seat on Kitchen Table App: https://www.thekitchentableapp.com/meals/1565

FAQ:
The title includes the word “book.” Do I have to study beforehand?

No. There is no reading required. Just beer drinking. I’m going to have a personal tasting notebook, so feel free to bring (or start) yours too.

Who provides the beer?

We all do, it’s basically a tasting potluck. Bring enough beer for you, and if everyone does this, there’ll be plenty. If the beer you want to bring is sold in 6 packs, great! If it’s sold in 22oz bottles, also cool, bring some of those. Pre-chilled bottles are best, but if the bottle you want isn’t cold, we’ll find a way to fix that!

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Tarot & Meditation Witchy Dinner for Miry's List
Aug
23
8:00 PM20:00

Tarot & Meditation Witchy Dinner for Miry's List

 

Meditation + Tarot: Thurs, Aug 23 @ 8pm - Arts District - Co-Hosts Rebecca & Lindsay will host an evening of meditations, tarot readings, cocktails and authentic Syrian appetizers. Save your seats on Kitchen Table App or email Kylie@KitchenTableApp.com.

About Kitchen Table App Kitchen Table is a social dining app that brings people together to share dining experiences, make meals accessible, easy, and memorable, and redefine what it means to eat local.
 

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 Greek Night, A Kitchen Table App Benefit for Miry's List
Aug
18
7:00 PM19:00

Greek Night, A Kitchen Table App Benefit for Miry's List

Downtown LA Arts District - Kitchen Table App Host Elizabeth will be serving an authentic Greek dinner on a DTLA pool deck & share the story of new arrival refugees Maaysa & Abdul. Save your seats on Kitchen Table App or email Kylie@KitchenTableApp.com

About Kitchen Table App
Kitchen Table is a social dining app that brings people together to share dining experiences, make meals accessible, easy, and memorable, and redefine what it means to eat local.

This event:
Join us for a night benefiting two charity organizations (Miry's List and Share a Meal). Authentic Greek appetizer plates will be served along with a tasty cocktail featuring Taster's Club vodka. Enjoy Greek music while supporting two incredible nonprofits. 

Tickets for this event are $45. Book your seats on Kitchen Table App:
https://www.thekitchentableapp.com/meals/1448

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Family Wellness Workshop for New Arrival Month
Jun
30
3:00 PM15:00

Family Wellness Workshop for New Arrival Month

Join us for a yoga-forward wellness day focusing on the emotional and physical impact of resettling as a refugee in America. Led by The Yogi Doula, Kim Ritley at the one and only One Down Dog Yoga.

Highlighted speakers include:

  • Our very own Rabia Ahmadi, new Angeleno from Afghanistan, working mama and Director of Family Services for Miry's List. America’s welcome wagon for hundreds of new Americans!

  • Nina Tarnay - Nina is an immigrant from Vietnam, wife, mother of three, PTA volunteer, active member of her community, news junkie, and yes, a full-fledged American. She is also an attorney and writer.

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New Arrival Festival
Jun
28
5:00 PM17:00

New Arrival Festival

  • El Pueblo de Los Angeles - Pico House (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

New Arrival Festival is a an open-to-the-public event on 6/28 5-8pm at the historic Pico House in downtown. Learn what it feels like to resettle here in the City of Angels and to connect with your new neighbors through food, music, and storytelling. Guests will get access to tangible actions that anyone can take to make Los Angeles a more welcoming place for all.

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Stronger Shines the Light Inside: Month of Photography LA
Apr
11
6:00 PM18:00

Stronger Shines the Light Inside: Month of Photography LA

Over the course of more than a year, photographer Angie Smith has documented the process of refugees rebuilding their lives in not just an American but an Idahoan context. She has photographed Rwandans in their first snowfall, teenage Iraqis in their first prom dresses, and Burmese practicing their first English words. Along with writer Hanne Steen, Smith has been invited to drink tea in the homes of new Americans from Somalia, Afghanistan, Syria, and Sudan, treated with the same hospitality and generosity that her subjects are so grateful for themselves. She has heard the laughter of children playing freely in the grassy courtyards of apartment buildings, been invited into churches, graduations, traditional wedding ceremonies, and witnessed the warmth of Idahoans sharing in the beauty and bounty of their beloved home.

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