Raise Your Glass For Libraries at the Young Literati Seventh Annual Toast

Mar 04, 2015

On Saturday, March 28, raise your glass with the Library Foundation’s Young Literati for the Seventh Annual Toast to benefit the Los Angeles Public Library. Celebrating the delicious and diverse literary history of L.A., the gathering will feature L.A’s best and brightest—including a DJ set by artist and activist Shepard Fairey and lively readings from the Library’s vast collections by actress Gillian Jacobs (Community, Girls), comedian Jason Mantzoukas (The League), and DJ/producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest), and more.

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Held at The LINE Hotel in Koreatown, the Young Literati’s biggest event of the year will be curated by philanthropist, entrepreneur, and Young Literati Chair Amanda Fairey; her husband, Shepard Fairey (pictured below); chef Roy Choi; writer and director Jason Reitman (pictured below); and Golden Globe-winning actress Kate Hudson. Actress Busy Philipps (pictured below) and producer Samantha Hanks will serve as Honorary Chairs of the event, with Philipps serving as the evening’s emcee.

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Past Toasts have featured such notable names as Jack Black, Russell Brand, Sarah Silverman, Miranda July, Nick Kroll, Henry Rollins, Tig Notaro, John Densmore, Mayor Eric Garcetti, and others.

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Proceeds from the Seventh Annual Toast will support the Los Angeles Public Library’s Full STEAM Ahead program, a fun, integrated science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) series that sparks the imagination, and develops perseverance, problem-solving, and self-confidence through workshops and events for children, teens, and adults.

Tickets for the Toast are $175 per person ($125 for Young Literati Members, $400 for VIP packages) and can be purchased online at lfla.dev/toast.


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