Los Angeles Celebrates Aqueduct Centennial with Interactive Garden

City Terrain, West
Friday, November 15, 2013
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THE LOS ANGELES AQUEDUCT CENTENNIAL GARDEN IN GRIFFITH PARK WAS DEDICATED ON OCTOBER 23 (LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND POWER)

THE LOS ANGELES AQUEDUCT CENTENNIAL GARDEN IN GRIFFITH PARK WAS DEDICATED ON OCTOBER 23 (LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND POWER)

The Los Angeles Aqueduct turned 100 on November 5, and the city has been partying hard. In a performance-art piece designed by Lauren Bon and Metabolic Studios, 100 mules plus their handlers walked along the 240 miles of the aqueduct from the Eastern Sierras to its terminus at The Cascades. The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County staged a special exhibit to honor the centennial. And Department of Water and Power (LADWP) employees reenacted the opening of the Cascades’ spill gates, accompanied by descendants of Los Angeles Aqueduct Engineer William Mulholland.

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