Silver Jubilee Celebration a great success


Two articles have been published online about this year's 25th Annual Holiday Tour & Progressive Dinner:

From Intersections South

“This past weekend, six houses in a West Adams neighborhood opened their doors — and their kitchens — to a parade of visitors celebrating the holidays.

Put together by the West Adams Heritage Association (WAHA), the Silver Jubilee offered a self-guided walking tour of the neighborhood, or a docent-led progressive dinner, with each house serving one part of an elegant five-course meal.

In the early afternoon, guests followed brochures printed with addresses and brief summaries of the houses on the tour. Inside each, volunteers guided them from room to room, explaining the history of the house; from the architect who built it to former residents who lived there and renovations undergone to maintain or restore the property. “

To read the entire article, click here.

They also provided a wonderful slide show. To view, click here.


From Splash

Silver Jubilee

“This year marked the 25th anniversary of the Holiday Historic Homes Tour and Progressive Dinner, a fundraiser for the West Adams Heritage Association in Los Angeles. It’s a once a year opportunity to wine and dine in some of the unique residences gracing one of L.A.’s most historic areas. This year the focus was on Lafayette Square, once home to Little Richard, Joe Louis, the “mistress” of Ray Charles (shhhh, don’t tell), Fatty Arbuckle, architect Paul R. Williams, et al.”

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