Korean-run stationery store on the third floor of Koreatown Galleria
Lemon Tree Cafe is a restaurant with a play area for children. The space can be reserved for birthday parties.
My Gym for Kids. Children’s Fitness Center. Opened February 2016. Second floor of the Wilshire-Gramercy Plaza Shopping Center, at 3959 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite A211.
“ToeToe” offers Kpop, Hiphop, and Ballet-Stretching Classes. Dance lessons for children 3 to 15 years of age. Current schedule includes classes on Thursday 5:00 pm and Saturday 11:00 am. Call beforehand when planning to visit as office hours are not regular. Opened in 2014 on the second floor of the Western Village Square mini-mall on the southwest corner of 3rd & Western.
Korean-owned store that sells products for babies and kids — strollers, toys, car seats, teeth wipes… It’s the local alternative to Babies R Us. I
Country Club Park Heritage Plaza is known for short as Wilton Place Park. It was inaugurated on October 22, 2011, with a free tree giveaway. Located outside Koreatown’s formal borders. This is an unstaffed pocket park. There is a walking path, a sustainably designed play area, and benches. 1015 S. Wilton Place, by Olympic Boulevard.
Opened March 30, 2011. Located on the third level of the shopping mall near the end-store “Red Gate” Furniture. Has diaper-changing stations for babies, nursing areas for mothers, and play areas for toddlers. The family lounge features private nursing areas and diaper-changing stations for families with babies only. Those without babies are not permitted to enter the lounge to respect the privacy of families.
Due to COVID-19 / novel coronavirus concerns, the mayor of Los Angeles has BANNED / PROHIBITED the following effective March 16 to the end of the month:
⬤ IN-RESTAURANT DINING (takeout and delivery still ok)
⬤ BARS, MOVIE THEATERS, GYMS, FITNESS STUDIOS -- CLOSED
⬤ Public Gatherings
Please cooperate and remain at home. Maintain a distance of six feet away from other people in public.
Do not approach old people at home without first washing your hands and without a change of clothes after coming in from outdoors. Do not touch the elderly or senior members of the community when encountering them outside unless it's an emergency.
Wash your hands immediately after coming home after outdoors. Wash your hands before eating and before exiting the bathroom.
Upon arrival at home, immediately change out of your outdoors clothes. Leave your shoes by the door.
Upon arrival at home, immediately wash your face, hands and forearms. Take a shower, if possible.
Disinfect all surfaces including plastic handles, computer mice, and keyboards.
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