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Winterfest is Officially Open

Winterfest is Officially Open

We are officially open! Winterfest at Santa Anita. Check out the video shot at the opening. Did you know we offer Unlimited Ice Skating during the time you start? And no set start time. Come when you feel like skating and skate until you can’t skate anymore. We have Santa here for photos. Food Trucks and Pop-Ups. Ornament making & cookie decorating. There are Inflatables and Bungee Jumping and a rock wall too. Horse-drawn carriage rides, a petty zoo, pony and draft horse rides. 

Pick up your Christmas tree from Delancey Street Tree Lot at Gate 6 on Colorado. That’s our entrance as well with lots of free parking! 

Thursday and Friday: 3 pm – 10 pm
Saturday: 11 am – 10 pm
Sunday: 11 am – 8 pm 

Rain or Shine.


Join us at Fall Fest 12-5 in Los Feliz

Join us at Fall Fest 12-5 in Los Feliz

The Annual Pinewood Derby is tomorrow! 


This year we are introducing some very cool carnival games and new inflatables. $1 Tickets will be available at the ticket booth located at the entrance.

New This Year: “Fall Fest All-You-Can-Play Wristband”. One wristband gets your kiddos on every inflatable, and unlimited plays on every carnival game, all day long! Cost: $100 available in the store page.

As always, admission is free to Fall Fest.


sponsored by Hyperion Gelato

Grab your Halloween pumpkins at this year’s Fall Fest and the guys at the newly opened Hyperion Gelato will give you a coupon for one free kid’s scoop of gelato.

Enter to win a Big Pumpkin at the end of the day.


Did you know? 20% of all sales generated from your purchases off the Food Trucks and Pop-Up Shops goes to Friends of Franklin.


What’s a Fall Fest without great music? We are very pleased to have Greg in Good Company and The Furious Seasons joining us this year. Take a listen for yourself.

Plus we will have a very special performance by the Franklin Ave Elementary Chorus at 1:15

FOR MORE INFO: http://theoddmarket.com/fallfest/

Delancey Street Foundation Tree Lot Announced

Delancey Street Foundation Tree Lot Announced

Delancey Tree will operate the Tree Lot at Santa Anita Park on the Colorado Parking Lot. 

Mimi Silbert, Delancey Street’s President and CEO. 

A little about Delancey Street Foundation 

“We’re considered the country’s leading residential self-help organization for substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others who have hit bottom. Our average resident has been a hard-core drug addict for sixteen years, abusing alcohol and multiple drugs and has dropped out of school at the 7th grade and has been institutionalized several times. Many have been gang members; most have been trapped in poverty for several generations. Rather than hire experts to help the people with problems, we decided to run Delancey Street with no staff and no funding. Like a large family, our residents must learn to develop their strengths and help each other. It’s an approach to changing lives that is “against all odds”.

We said we were going to take ex-convicts and ex-addicts and teach them to be teachers, general contractors, and truck drivers. They said it couldn’t be done. We said we were going to take 250 people who had never worked and had no skills and teach them to build a 400,000 square foot complex as our new home on the waterfront. They said it couldn’t be done. We said we were going to partner with colleges and get people who started out functionally illiterate to achieve bachelor of arts degrees. They said it couldn’t be done. We said we were going to run successful restaurants, moving companies, furniture making, and cafés and bookstores without any professional help. They said it couldn’t be done. We said we were going to do all this with no staff, no government funding, and no professionals. They laughed and said it couldn’t be done.

We struggle a lot but we’ve been doing it. For over 40 years we’ve been developing a model of social entrepreneurship, of education, of rehabilitation and change that is exciting and full of hope. If you need help, or want to help, please contact us. Most of all, we hope you can feel as inspired by ordinary people’s abilities to achieve extraordinary accomplishments as we’ve been.”


About our Tree Lots

“In all our locations around the country Delancey Street maintains Christmas tree lots. Conducted each year only between Thanksgiving and Christmas, this brief holiday promotion is an important training school in the basics of sales, particularly for new residents. Holiday buyers can also find at our tree lots mistletoe, indoor tree lights, decorated wreaths, living potted pines, tree removal bags and water bowls for trees. Flame retardant is also available. In addition to tree lots, our commercial decorating division sells large trees and decorates banks and large corporate headquarters in San Francisco and Los Angeles for the holidays. Residents not only create the designs but craft the decorations each year.”

“Delancey Street is an incredible mixture of pure idealism and hard practicality. It is the best and the most successful organization I have studied in the world” —Dr. Karl Menninger

Sweet Red Bell Pepper Jelly! Delicious with every meal, snack, picnic or desert excursion!

Sweet Red Bell Pepper Jelly! Delicious with every meal, snack, picnic or desert excursion!

Sweet Red Bell Pepper Jelly! Delicious with every meal, snack, picnic or desert excursion, i.e. Burning Man.
Many of our regular customers are stocking up on Coldwater Canyon Provisions pickles, jams, and jellies for their annual trek to the desert.

Find all of our products at Odd Nights at The Autry Museum in Griffith Park, Friday 8/17, 6-11 pm

Some of our products at
Bon Vivant Marketplace & Café, Atwater Village
Webster’s Community Pharmacy, Altadena
Or online for delivery at www.milkandeggs.com

All of our pickles and jams are Vegan and gluten-free.


Fun family event at The Odd Nights

Fun family event at The Odd Nights

Fun family event at The Odd Market at the Autry this Friday night from 6pm-11pm. 😊
Come say “Hi” and see the entire Fuzzie Dot collection as well as eat fun food and listen to great music. Hope to see you there! 🐼🐶🐷🐘🐑


Greg in Good Company 6:30PM This Friday!

Greg in Good Company 6:30PM This Friday!

These guys are kicking off Odd Nights at The Autry this Friday at 6:30 PM and you don’t want to miss them.

Greg in Good Company’s music – a combination of upbeat catchy melodies, funky bass riffs, soulful vocal harmonies and thoughtful lyrics – is often compared to Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, The Strumbellas and Weezer, while also reminding listeners of the classic rock that ruled the airwaves decades ago. Despite comparisons or personal musical influences, the band doesn’t strive to sound like anyone or anything else other than Greg in Good Company. 

Disney comes to Odd Nights with Christopher Robins

Disney comes to Odd Nights with Christopher Robins

This Friday at Odd Nights at The Autry

From 6Pm – Dusk, get your picture taken in an AR photo shoot. This is a rare opportunity and one you and your kids will cherish.

In the heartwarming live action adventure Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” the young boy who embarked on countless adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood with his band of spirited and lovable stuffed animals, has grown up and lost his way. Now it is up to his childhood friends to venture into our world and help Christopher Robin remember the loving and playful boy who is still inside.


Vattica Live at Odd Nights

Vattica Live at Odd Nights

On Stage at 9:30 Friday, July 20th

VATTICA is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in early 2014, the band quickly built an impressive local following in Southern California, including on the infamous Sunset Strip, performing at legendary venues such as The Viper Room, The Roxy Theatre and The Troubadour. VATTICA’s bombastic and energetic live show caught the attention of Another Century/Century Media Records, who promptly offered the band a recording contract. Visit their Official Website.