BIRD RESCUE TOUR 2017

The Windsor Square-Hancock Park  Historical Society

has arranged a private talk and tour of the International Bird Rescue Facility in San Pedro. This is an organization that helped to save the oiled birds from the Exxon Valdez spill, the explosion of Deepwater Horizon as well as many other disasters. They have rehabilitated many birds that have needed desperate help. You will hear about all this on our special day.

Saturday, October 14, 2017 @ 10:30 in the morning

3601 S. Gaffey Street – San Pedro, CA 90731

 

Free parking at the site – there is a long drive down the driveway

 

The WS/HPHS will be making a donation to the Facility. They do not need any Dawn soap but could use your old towels, pillow cases and sheets for bedding. No holes in them please – so the birds will not get their feet stuck.

If you wish to wander over to the Marine Mammal Rescue site next door – please do. They have baskets on the outside of the enclosures for donations. This is where you will see rescued seals and sea lions.

We will provide suggestions for places to have lunch at the site.

For questions send an e-mail to juanitakempe@gmail.com

Tickets $20 per member, children $10 – non-members $25. Checks must be received by October 9th

 

I/We will attend. Enclosed is my/our check(s) for $_______for #___members #___ non-members #___children

Name(s)_________________________________________________________________________

Address__________________________________________________________________________

E-mail_____________________________________________________Phone__________________

Please make check payable to WS-HPHS. Mail to 137 N. Larchmont Blvd. #135, Los Angeles, CA 90004   

              

Villa Guasti Tour 2017

The Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society

Invites you to tour the
Peace Awareness Labyrinth & Gardens
(AKA) the Guasti/Busby Berkeley Villa

3500 W. Adams Blvd. – Los Angeles, CA 90018
Sunday, May 21, 2017
@12 noon-1:00pm 

(2:00pm Tour is SOLD OUT!) 
This is about a one hour tour of the Villa and then a stroll in the garden

Street Parking


The mansion was built between 1910—1914 by Secundo Guasti, an Italian immigrant who owned the world’s largest winery at the time. In 1937 Busby Berkeley, famed Hollywood director and choreographer, bought the Villa adding an additional touch of glamour to the property’s history. In 1990, the building was declared a Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Monument.


After the second tour how about meditating more at:

El Cholo for Margaritas and Guacamole
1121 S. Western Ave. — South of Olympic

Tickets $15 per member – non-members $20. Please RSVP by May 12, 2017.

(CONTACT #310-729-2697)

Only money saves your space! No checks or cash accepted on the day of the tour

I/We will attend. Enclosed is my/our check(s) for $_______for #___members #___ non-members.
Noon tour_______________ 2pm Tour___________________

Name(s)__________________________________________________
Address__________________________________________________
Email_____________________________ Phone___________________

Please make check payable to WS-HPHS.

Mail to: 137 N. Larchmont Blvd. #135, Los Angeles, CA 90004