Pasadena Presbyterian Church
Saturday, May 14
585 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
Time: 1:30pm – 5:30pm
Pasadena Presbyterian Church is located between the major streets of Los Robles and N. Lake Avenues.
Driving west on I-210: take exit 26 and turn left onto Lake Avenue. Go 4 blocks and turn right onto Colorado Blvd. The Church is on the right just past N. Madison Ave.
Driving east on I-210: Exit 25C onto Corson Street and continue driving east past Fair Oaks Ave. and Marengo Ave., and turn right onto Los Robles Avenue. Turn left onto Colorado Blvd., and the church will be two blocks further on the left, right before N. Madison Ave.
Parking varies. Right across from the church and across Madison Ave., from the Urth Cafe is a $5/all day parking lot. There are many parking lots around the Playhouse Village. Check google maps for more details: click HERE.
Saturday, May 14
695 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
Panel times: 3:00pm – 8:00pm
Readings in courtyard: 2:00pm – 6:30pm
Driving west on I-210: take exit 26 and turn left onto Lake Avenue. Go 4 blocks and turn right onto Colorado Blvd. Vroman’s is on the right between N. Oak Knoll and N. El Molino Avenues.
Driving east on I-210: Exit 25C onto Corson Street and continue driving east past Fair Oaks Ave. and Marengo Ave., and turn right onto El Molino Avenue. Turn left onto Colorado Blvd., and Vroman’s is on the left, before N. Oak Knoll Avenue.
Parking varies. Vroman’s has a parking lot off of N. Oak Knoll Avenue, which is free. If this is full, check google maps for more options: click HERE.
Public transportation options in Pasadena include:
- Pasadena Transit: https://www.cityofpasadena.net/pasadena-transit/
- Pasadena Transit: live map – https://rt.pasadenatransit.net/rtt/public/
- the Foothill Transit operates 39 bus lines in 22 cities: http://foothilltransit.org/
- the Metro Gold Line: https://www.metro.net/riding/schedules/?line=804
The Southern California climate makes it easy to bicycle in the city. Bicycling is a practical and easy mode of transportation that’s both economical and healthy. The City of Pasadena has designated bike routes and lanes.