Events Calendar

Welcome to the Windsor Square Hancock Park Historical Society Calendar. We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events.

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February 2024, BEHIND-THE-SCENES WALKING TOUR OF CBS TELEVISION CITY 11:00 am
February 2024, BEHIND-THE-SCENES WALKING TOUR OF CBS TELEVISION CITY
Feb 18 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
February 2024, BEHIND-THE-SCENES WALKING TOUR OF CBS TELEVISION CITY
BEHIND-THE-SCENES WALKING TOUR OF CBS TELEVISION CITY, FAIRFAX, AND BEVERLY February 18, 2024 11am Join us for a tour of this historic studio *SOLD OUT* Come join us as we visit the iconic Television City building…
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TOUR OF THE HISTORIC HERALD EXAMINER BUILDING @ HERALD EXAMINER BUILDING
Mar 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
TOUR OF THE HISTORIC HERALD EXAMINER BUILDING @ HERALD EXAMINER BUILDING
TOUR THE HISTORIC HERALD EXAMINER BUILDING
designed by famed architect Julia Morgan
In 1904, Morgan was the first woman to obtain an architecture license in California. Greatly impressed by her work on the reconstruction of the Fairmont Hotel, after the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, Phoebe Hearst recommended Morgan for several large construction projects, including Asilomar. Her son, William Randolph Hearst, was likewise greatly impressed and, after his mother’s death, retained Morgan to design what would become the biggest and most famous project of her career, Hearst Castle.

*SOLD OUT*

Join us as we take a tour of the iconic Herald Examiner Building
now housing Arizona State University
1111 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Friday March 1st at 10:00am, limited tickets
Members $25. Non-Members $45

Following the tour there will be a no-host lunch within walking distance at PINE & CRANE
1120 S. Grand Ave.
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PANN’S RESTAURANT @ Panns
Mar 23 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

SATURDAY MARCH 23RD 1:00

Please join us for an outing to this iconic example of Googie architecture lovingly preserved in the Westchester area of Los Angeles. 6710 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Members $35. Guests: $35. Includes lunch. Beer, wine, and mixed drinks are no host.

Panns

Pann’s is a coffee shop and restaurant known for its history, role in movies, and distinctive architecture. The restaurant was opened by husband and wife George and Rena Poulos in 1958.[1][2] It is also known for its neon sign,[3]Googie architecture, and 1950s decor.[4] The building and its iconic neon sign were designed by architects Eldon Davis and Helen Liu Fong of the Armet & Davis architectural firm.[1] Pann’s remains one of the best preserved examples of Davis’ Googie designs, according to the Los Angeles Times

For more on Pann’s go here. ttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pann%27s