L.A. Historic Neighborhoods Conference

The Department of City Planning and the Los Angeles Conservancy invite you to sign up today for the L.A. Historic Neighborhoods Conference, on Saturday, October 15, 8:30 to 4:30 p.m. at St. John's Cathedral, 514 W. Adams Blvd. (at Figueroa), City Historic-Cultural Monument #516. To register, click here
The registration fee (only $25 if you register by October 6, $30 by October 14, or $35 at the door) covers all conference activities, including morning refreshments, lunch, and your choice of walking tours.  
It's the best chance to meet and connect with neighborhood leaders from across the city, to share ideas and build relationships. This year's conference theme is "community character,"  with sessions focused on neighborhood conservation tools, re:code LA, community engagement and more.
The day will kick off with a dose of humor -- an hour-long presentation by showman, tour guide, and author Charles Phoenix, the "Ambassador of Americana," who will take us on a whirlwind adventure through Los Angeles' neighborhoods.  And you'll conclude the afternoon by experiencing a significant historic neighborhood, with your choice of walking tours in four historic districts, the University Park HPOZ, North University Park Specific Plan Area, Adams-Normandie HPOZ, and the proposed 27th and 28th Street HPOZ.
Click here for the flyer.
October 15, 2016 at 8:30am - 4:30pm
St. John's Cathedral
514 W Adams Blvd (at Figueroa)
Los Angeles, CA 90007
United States
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