HOLIDAY PARTY December 5-2017!

CELEBRATING 2017 HOLIDAYS with

Windsor Square & Hancock Park Historical Society

Tuesday December 5, 2017 @ 6:30PM

733 N. Las Palmas Ave, Los Angeles CA, 90038

Wine, cheese and buffet hosted by

Rafael de Marchena-Huyke

Party begins with caroling lead by Suz Landay with Fluff McLean at Piano 

$25.00 per person  Proceeds will benefit the Society                             

RSVP by December 1  Reservations are limited

 


Make a Joyful Noise

Name____________________________

Guests___________________________

Please Reserve #____________________

Enclosed is my check for $_____________

Make checks payable, and send by December 1, to:

WSHPHS: 137 North Larchmont Blvd., #135 

Los Angeles, CA 90004


Parking Instructions: Street parking is by PERMIT ONLY on both sides of the street on the 700 North Las Palmas block (from Melrose Ave to Waring). Parking permits will be provided for this block only, and may be picked up at the house. Parking north & south and on surrounding streets is available without a permit. Handicap placards may park anywhere on the street; no parking permits are required for handicap.

New Member Welcome Party November 19-2017!

Can you believe that we have over 40 new members so far in 2017? 

You are cordially invited to meet and mingle with some of these new members at our

New Member Cocktail Party on

 

Sunday, November 19, 2017

from 5:00 to 7:00 pm

The party will be held in the magnificent

home of Kiel Fitzgerald and Jeffrey Reuben at

520 S. Lucerne Boulevard

 

There is no charge for members who joined in 2017 

Current Member Admission: $25.00 INCLUDES Wine & Hors D’Oeuvres


Cocktail Tickets




QUESTIONS: Richard Battaglia #323-422-7886

 

Watts Tower Tour 2017

The Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society

Invites you to tour the
WATTS TOWERS
Friday, April 28, 2017
Meet at 11 am
1727 East 107th Street, Los Angeles

The Watts Towers consist of nine major sculptures constructed of structural steel and covered with mortar and pieces of pottery – the work of one man, Simon Rodia, over a 34-year period.

The Towers are on the National Register of Historic Places, are a National Historic Landmark, a State of California Historic Park and a City of Los Angeles Cultural Monument.

Because this may be hard to find, we suggest that you carpool with  someone with GPS.  We will have some carpools meeting at Judy Zeller’s home at 10 am – 250 S. Lucerne Boulevard.  It is 20 miles from our neighborhood on the 110 Freeway, exit Century Boulevard.

At the site we will have donuts and lemonade waiting for you.  There are no good lunch places nearby.  Please RSVP to juanitakempe@gmail.com if you wish to attend or want to be in our carpool.

Bring with $7 if you are not a senior and $3 if you are senior -cash or check only.  There are two buildings with art shows and an ongoing short movie to see.