Please join us for a Fun and Delicious Fund Raising Event benefiting the West Adams Heritage Association
February 3, 2014
11:00 AM - 10:00PM
1121 South Western Avenue
Simply join us at El Cholo for delicious Food and Margaritas, or order Take Out.
20% of the proceeds will be donated to the West Adams Heritage Association.
Click here to print out the flyer and be sure to bring it with you.
Another successful event!
WAHA’s most popular tour took place on December 7 & 8, 2013 celebrating A Jolly Holiday in Oxford Square.
To all of you that attended this year's tour, your support of our non-profit organization is very much appreciated.
About Historic Oxford Squareread more...
On Sunday, April 14, 2013, from 11am to 4pm the L.A. Heritage Alliance will host its Fourth Annual L.A. Heritage Day to share Los Angeles and Southern California’s history through tours, five museums, children’s activities, presentations, giveaways, food, and other activities. The entire event and all activities are free and will take place at the birthplace of Los Angeles and adjacent to world-famous Olvera Street, making for a full day of free history, fun, and entertainment.
“In an area sometimes perceived as having no ‘real’ history, L.A. Heritage Day is an opportunity for people to learn about and enjoy the fascinating people, places, and events that have shaped Southern California,” said Cindy Olnick, spokesperson for the Los Angeles Conservancy. “It’s also a chance to learn about the incredible variety of local preservation groups, museums, libraries, and historical societies serving people today throughout Los Angeles County.”read more...
The Holiday Tour & Progressive Dinner was a great success - another sold-out event!
West Adams Heritage Association's
26th Annual Holiday Tour & Progressive Dinner
A Warm Welcome to Wellington Square
Holidays in the Heart of the City
Saturday, December 1 & Sunday, December 2, 2012
The West Adams Heritage Association extends to you A Warm Welcome to Wellington Square. This gracious neighborhood is a vivid representation of the rapid growth that Los Angeles experienced during the 1920s in the years following the end of "The Great War."
There are a few examples of the wonderful Craftsman homes that were typical of nearby neighborhoods constructed prior to WWI, but most of the homes that grace the broad streets of Wellington Square reflect the eclectic styles of a vibrant young city, with Spanish, Tudor, Norman, and other "Revival" styles throughout the neighborhood.
|Ice Cream Social 2010|
Sunday, August 19th, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Don Ferguson has graciously opened his garden for us to enjoy one of WAHA's favorite events
1194 West 27th Street, Historic West Adams, 90007
Please bring something delicious to share with your WAHA neighbors and friends. And contact Suzie Henderson, if you'd like to offer some assistance in putting on this event.
The Living History Tour was a Success -- another Sold Out event for WAHA!
West Adams Heritage Association presents
the 22nd Annual Living History Tour at Angelus Rosedale Cemetery
History Comes to Life on Saturday, September 29
Marilyn Monroe’s Grandmother, Buster Keaton’s Cameraman Join Vaudeville and Jazz Age Performers on this Unique Outdoor “Stage”
Flappers, singers, dancers, magicians, and even a celebrity chef –– a host of colorful entertainers rest at Angelus Rosedale Cemetery, one of the city's oldest, most historically significant cemeteries.
At this year’s Living History Tour, visitors will “meet” some of Los Angeles’s most interesting early performers and entertainment industry personages as costumed actors, at graveside, portray the lives of a Civil War-era escape artist, a headlining dancer who lost her life in the 1933 Long Beach earthquake, a mezzo soprano who fought for civil rights, and a Chinese-American dancer/actor/MC, among other quirky and wonderful characters.
Another Successful Tour!
Saturday, June 9, 2012
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tour grand Victorian era mansions and Queen Anne Cottages alike in oneof West Adams’ oldest neighborhoods, University Park
A century ago, Adams Boulevard was Los Angeles’ Street of Dreams – the main artery of a “Bon Ton District” that included Chester Place, St. James Park and the Belgravia Tract, home to some of the City’s finest residences. For this year’s Annual Spring Homes and Architecture Tour, WAHA invites you to stroll these pathways to yesteryear. This self-guided walking tour will open the doors to a collection of historic buildings that evoke the times and memories of the late 19th century in Los Angeles. Tour visitors may also ramble through the grounds of Chester Place, L.A.’s oldest gated community. Developed in 1899 as an exclusive enclave, these historic mansions are now home to Mount St. Mary’s College.