Dreams Are Made of This: The Immigrant’s Story
The 28th Annual Living History Tour at Angelus Rosedale Cemetery
Sunday, September 23
Tours depart from 9 a.m. until Noon
We are a nation of immigrants…we are a city of immigrants…and Angelus Rosedale Cemetery is the final resting place for thousands of immigrants who settled in Los Angeles from the 1830s through to the present day.
They came to America to follow their dreams…for opportunities and, often, to escape persecution. And now their stories will come alive at the landmark Angelus Rosedale Cemetery during the Annual Living History Tour. With the cemetery as the stage, actors, in costume and at graveside with set vignettes, will give first-person portrayals of some of the immigrants who are buried there. We’ll learn about their families, their successes and hardships, their hopes and dreams, and their contributions in business endeavors, to the city’s cultural heritage, and on the nation’s battlefields.read more...
April 21, 3-5 PM
Surfas Los Angeles Culinary District
3225 W. Washington Blvd
(East of La Brea and west of Arlington at corner of 3rd Avenue and Washington Blvd.)
We will be serving wine and a selection of their fabulous cheeses. As a special treat, their charming cheese monger, Ian will be speaking about cheese.read more...
Saturday, April 28
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WAHA invites you to our first West Adams Native Gardens Tour. The self-guided tour opens the gates of ten private gardens that feature native plants in historical settings throughout the West Adams District. All of the front yards and some back yards will be open to view, with knowledgeable owners and docents who will describe the plants and the benefits of “going native.”read more...
Please join WAHA “On the Avenues” at our 31st Annual Holiday Tour and Progressive Dinner!
This year’s tour opens the doors to six historic properties in the West Adams Avenues neighborhood of the Historic West Adams District. Located west of Arlington, and between Adams and the Rosa Parks/10 Freeway, this popular neighborhood is home to a large variety of architectural styles and wonderful neighbors. Each year the West Adams Avenues association hosts its own jazz festival at the end of summer.
Online ticket sales are now closed, and the dinner tour is sold out, but visitors are welcome to join us for a walking tour of the homes (including interiors, but no food) from Noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, December 3.
All tickets $30. Last ticket sold at 1:30 p.m.