Highland Park Heritage Trust Meeting Monday November 9

Highland Park Heritage Trust
Agenda for Monday, November 9, 2009, 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Ramona Hall, 4850 N. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90065

6:30PM Refreshments and gathering
6:45PM Announcements
7:00PM Program


How to Avoid Having to Trash Your Stuck, Leaky Windows
Presentation by Ed and Batya Sanchez of Window Restoration and Repair, Inc.
The Highland Park Heritage Trust is sponsoring a talk by Ed Sanchez of Window Restoration and Repair.  This event is a must for anyone considering the replacement of windows, especially on older homes with original wood or steel windows.  Mr. Sanchez will talk about how to successfully preserve and repair wood and steel windows.  The approach is proven to help retain the value of a house, maintain its architectural features, and save money. 


7:30PM Annual Election Meeting
Election committee will present a suggested list of Board of Directors for the 2010 Fiscal Year.  Nominations are welcome from the floor.  All members in good standing are eligible to run for the Board of Directors and to vote.


8:30PM Adjournment



About the speaker:   Ed Sanchez originally began working in the window replacement business in 1983, and opened his own window replacement company in 1986.  He lost faith in replacement windows because they didn’t last as long as the originals and he decided to follow his inclination toward historic preservation.  Ed and his long time friend, Scott Goldfarb, started the new company Window Restoration and Repair in 2000.   The unusual offering of this company has led to articles in many local papers such as the Glendale News Press, Pasadena Star News, Larchmont Chronicle, and Press Telegram and recommendations in the Daily Variety and Cottages and Bungalows.   Many of the articles can be read in their entirety in the press section of the company website:  www.window-restoration-repair.com  Window Restoration and Repair has done restoration work for the Bembridge House, the Hotel Laguna, the historic building that houses the Cheesecake Factory in Pasadena on Fair Oaks and Colorado, the original country club for the Country Club Park district in Los Angeles and many other designated historic buildings.


Arroyo Arts Collective Recovery Discovery Tour November 22

ARROYO ARTS COLLECTIVE RECOVERY DISCOVERY TOUR

SAVE THE DATE: NOVEMBER 22, 2009!!

On Sunday, November 22, artists’ homes and studios will open to share the wealth during “The Recovery Discovery Tour,” the Arroyo Arts Collective’s 17th annual self-guided auto tour in Highland Park, Eagle Rock and Mount Washington.

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Who: The Arroyo Arts Collective
What: “The Recovery Discovery Tour,” a self-guided auto tour of artists’ homes and studios in Highland Park, Eagle Rock, Mount Washington
Where: Starts at the Lummis Home, 200 E. Avenue 43, Highland Park, CA 90031
When: November 22, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Special Preview Party: Saturday, November 14, 7 to 9 pm Future Studio, 5558 North Figueroa Street, Highland Park. Samples of tour artists’ work will be on display

This year Tourgoers will also receive a $10 Arroyo Bucks coupon good toward a single purchase of art worth $100 (or more) on the day of the Tour. To plan your trip to the Tour via public transportation please visit the Metro trip planner at www.metro.net or call 1-(800) COMMUTE. Tour-goers who arrive by Metro will receive 2 coupons (worth $20) by showing their Metro ticket, day pass, or monthly pass.

Tickets: $10 (plus $1 handling) advance on-line purchase. Tickets will be held at will call at the Lummis Home on the day of the tour. Deadline for advance purchase is 10pm Friday, November 20, 2009. Tickets can also be purchased for $15 at the Lummis Home on the day of the Tour.

Watch a Video About The Tour  IF YOU LOVE THE ARTS, WATCH THIS VIDEO!  DON'T MISS IT!!

Link to Press Release

Index of Member Sites

Buy Tickets


Halloween Mourning Tours Today at Heritage Square Museum



FROM HERITAGE SQUARE MUSEUM:


Saturday and Sunday, October 24 and 25
12 to 4 pm.

Enjoy creepy happenings at Heritage Square Museum at its Sixth Annual Halloween and Mourning Tours©. Learn all about death and mourning etiquette during the Victorian era and participate in a funeral inside one of our historic homes. Find out about Victorian Spiritualism - what it was, who followed it and why, and perhaps have your future foretold by a medium. See how other cultures celebrate and remember their loved ones as we look at the Mexican traditions and customs of El Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.  Finally, discover how even the intricate details of clothing played a role how Victorians showed their loss of a loved one.  

On Sunday, (Oct 25), the Halloween and Mourning Tours program is more family friendly. Children ages 2 to 12 may come play period games, make 19th century harvest crafts, choose a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch (while supplies last), and listen to spooky stories in the Ford House by the San Gabriel Valley Storytellers.

Admission prices are $10.00 for Adults, $8.00 for Seniors over 65, 
$5.00 for Children 6 to 12 years, and Free for Children under 6 and Museum members

Halloween and Mourning Movie Night 
Saturday, October 24, gates open at 7 pm.  

Guests are invited to bring a picnic, blankets, chairs, and candy while enjoying classic scary movies at Heritage Square... if they dare. The scheduled features include "The Unknown", a silent horror movie made in 1927 starring Lon Chaney and Joan Crawford, and "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" a comedy directed by Charles Barton, starring Lon Chaney Jr., Bela Lugosi and Glenn Strange. Guests are encouraged to wear warm clothing. Beverages and popcorn will be available for purchase. 

Admission to the Third Annual Halloween and Mourning Movie Night © is 
Free for Museum members and $10.00 for the general public. 
The gates will open at 7 p.m. for picnics with the show starting at dusk.

These events were made possible through the kind support of:

Lichas Flowers II

San Gabriel Valley Storytellers

Josephu Dupree

Las Cazuelas Restaurant

Videotheque


Haunted Harvest Festival- Old LA Farmers Market

Haunted Harvest Storytelling Festival at the Old LA Farmers Market 
Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009 
3-8 pm. 
North Figueroa & Ave & Ave. 58 

Free Event! Everyone Welcome!
Entertainment- Grammy Winner Mariachi Divas, We Tell Stories, Taiko Drumming and Ballet Folklorico 
Trick or Treating 
Face painting 
Pumpkin Carving Contest- Enter and Pick up your free pumpkin at Figueroa Produce. 
Costume Contest 
Fresh Produce, Gourmet foods and Handcrafted Arts & Crafts. Plus lots more 
Free Parking- Enter at Ave. 57


Harvest Festival- Good Shepherd Lutheran School

Harvest Festival at Good Shepherd Lutheran School
Saturday, October 24, 2009
11 am- 5 pm.
6338 North Figueroa St.
Free Entry
Games, Bake Sale, Pumpkin Painting, food, prizes and more.
See the incredibly scary Haunted house. Not for the faint of heart. 


‘apuuchen ‘a’aan / Gathering of Seed

‘apuuchen  ‘a’aan

A Gabrielino/Tongva phrase meaning

“the gathering of seed”

 

Saturday, October 17, 2009

11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (approx.)

Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area

15501 E. Arrow Hwy., Irwindale, CA 91706

East of 605 Fwy. between the 10 & 210 Fwy.

 

Two-fold purpose:

 

To recognize and honor the Gabrielino/Tongva as the host people of this area at a corporate gathering of the Church.

 

To celebrate an ongoing and enlarging partnership of Native American and non-Native American Christians in ministry.

                                                                          

The Church and the public are invited. 

Call RuthAnne Tarletz 626.831.7970 for further information.

 

I 605 north to Live Oak exit, go east continuing onto Arrow Hwy, left at Azusa Canyon Rd, Space #4, Last Parking Lot

I 210 east to Irwindale Blvd, go south to Arrow Hwy, right at Arrow Hwy, right at Azusa Canyon Rd, Space #4, Last Parking Lot

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Highland Park Gateway Park, Meeting 10/4 at Avenue 50 Studio

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The Avenue 50 Studio Beautification Committee welcomes you to join a community input meeting Sunday, October 4, 2009. We will use the community's feedback to develop a design for a Highland Park Gateway Park outside of Ave. 50 Studio, for which we will then apply for a City of LA Community Beautification Grant. Come be heard and participate in this exciting project!

RSVP at our evite -
http://www.evite.com/app/publicUrl/XGCTGXBYPFNBDPJHWLUP/highlandparkgatewaypark

Feel free to forward invite.
Kathy Gallegos
Avenue 50 Studio
131 No. Avenue 50 Highland Park, CA 90042
(323) 258-1435


Franklin High School Community Festival September 26

Don't miss this FREE Festival on Saturday, September 26th  3:00 - 9:00 PM (in the football field) at Franklin High School 820 N. Avenue 54. Over 40 community resource booths; career, game and business information, food and fun.

Hamburgers, hot links, tacos, burritos, pizza, snow cones, funnel cakes and beverages will be sold to benefit the FHS Associated Student Body. 

Confirmed on the entertainment lineup is Voz de America Mariachis, Bad Axis, Remo Drum Circle, Power of Soul, Dodger Legends and more.

Stay tuned for more suprises.


Free parking and Free admission.

Franklin High School is located at 820 N. Avenue 54 Los Angeles 90042.


Countdown to Eagle Rock Music Festival October 3: Random Patterns

Local NELA band Random Patterns will perform at the Eagle Rock Music Festival October 3. Look for Random Patterns on the Legion Hall Stage at 4:00 PM.

The Random Patterns sound has been called "soulful psychedelia" and "post jazz". The band is a member of the Heard of Elephants Collective, a collection of professional artists and musicians based in Los Angeles focused on providing a means to experience, view, create and explore art.

Random Patterns from the Head of the Elephants event from mediasetfree.com on Vimeo.