Past Events

February 17, 2017
6:30 pm-9:00 pm

Sally Turner's house
2280 W. 21st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90018

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Come spend a cozy evening with fellow Wahonians. WAHA is providing the soup and drinks. Please bring bread or desserts to share.


January 28, 2017
4:00-7:00 pm

Lentini Residence
1626 Virginia Road
LA, CA 90019

Join us to celebrate the year of the Rooster at the Lentini's.
Bring your favorite Asian food, prepared at home or from a local takeout.

WAHA will provide drinks and fun.


Friday, Jan 13, 2017
7:00- 9:00 p.m.

Highland Park Bowl,
5621 N. Figueroa Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90042

Polish up your vintage bowling technique because Cocktails in Historic Places is taking over the Highland Park Bowl! More details at



December 3 and 4, 2016

This coming holiday season the West Adams Heritage Association (WAHA) is planning to celebrate our 30th Annual Holiday Progressive Dinner Tour in the Western Heights neighborhood of Historic West Adams. Having been voted Curbed LA’s 2016 Neighborhood of the Year, WAHA is choosing to celebrate the multi-cultural diversity that is West Adams today.


Come admire beautiful tile when WAHA meets at the Pasadena Museum of History’s exhibit, Batchelder: Tilemaker. WAHA has also arranged a tour of the Fenyes Mansion where the museum is housed. For more information about the exhibit , visit the museum’s website here.


The 2016 L.A. Historic Neighborhoods Conference is Saturday, October 15th. This is a great opportunity to meet residents of other Los Angeles neighborhoods who are also involved in historic preservation and to share knowledge of what?s happening with historic preservation. This is sponsored by the City of Los Angeles Office of Historic Preservation and the Los Angeles Conservancy.

Register Here.

To download a PDF of the event flyer, click here.


Monday October 17, 2016
11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Pizza Rev
4550 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles (at Midtown Crossing)

Delectable pizza, made to order!
20% of your purchase will help support WAHA.



The Bumpy Road toward Civil Rights, Social Justice and Equality

The 26th Annual Living History Tour
Angelus Rosedale Cemetery
Saturday, September 24
Tours begin from 9 a.m. until Noon

History Comes Alive at the landmark Angelus Rosedale Cemetery on Saturday, September 24,  as we explore the tumultuous journey in this nation toward equal rights for all, regardless of race, gender, or religion.  At this year’s Living History Tour, visitors will “meet” historic personages whose life stories reflect the fight for a variety of civil rights, including the right to live wherever one wishes, to vote, to equal treatment, and to obtain social freedom.

Actors, in costume and at graveside with set vignettes, will give first-person portrayals of some of the people who are buried here, including a well-known suffragette who gave speeches across the state; a developer who established a resort town nicknamed the “Black Palm Springs;” a Japanese-American whose family was uprooted in 1942 and sent to a relocation camp, along with a lawyer who lobbied against these internments; one of the original elders of the oldest black church in Los Angeles; and one of the original owners of the Dunbar Hotel on Central Avenue.



August 14, 2016
1815 Buckingham Road

Don your summer whites and join your friends at the fabulous 2016 WAHA Ice Cream Social! Don't miss the opportunity to see the lovely garden at the home of Jeffrey and Patricia Baum.


Meet up at our own wonderful  Baskin Robbins, 1375 W Adams Boulevard on Wednesday evening, July 13 from 6:30-8:30.

Bring the family out to support this local business and visit with neighborhood friends.

Baskins Robbins is offering WAHA members a 10% discount on ice cream, (excluding cakes) that evening with this email, the newsletter announcement or your membership card.