Join us on Saturday, December 1 for a dinner tour in historic Harvard Heighs

Holiday Dinner Tour in Historic Harvard Heights

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Join us on Saturday, December 1 for a dinner tour in historic Harvard Heighs
Join us on Saturday, December 1 for a progressive dinner and tour of historic homes in Harvard Heights, part of the Historic West Adams District of Los Angeles.

Join your friends from SingularCity on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. for “Hearthside in Harvard Heights,” a progressive holiday dinner and tour of homes in the Historic West Adams District of Los Angeles.

This is a fun way to enjoy a delicious multi-course dinner while supporting the efforts of the West Adams Heritage Association (WAHA) to protect our city’s  priceless historic homes and neighborhoods. A separate course from a festive holiday menu will be served at each house and will feature appetizers (and champagne), soup, salad, entrée with sides and dessert.

Aside from enjoying a great meal with fun people, this fundraiser will provide you with the opportunity to tour 100-year-old plus homes that you would normally never have an opportunity to see — all within a short walking distance of each other. 

We’ll kick-off the evening with an aperitif at the Harvard Heights home of Singular magazine editor Kim Calvert and then walk to the starting point for the rest of the evening’s festivities.

The price is $80 per person. If you would like to attend, please send an email to events@singularcity.com with DINNER TOUR in the subject line and we will contact you so you can purchase your ticket.

Please note, if you can’t join the SingularCity group, there are other tour times available on December 1 and on December 2.  Please check the WAHA website for alternative times. There is also a self-guided walking tour (no food) on Sunday from noon – 3 p.m.

These tours always sell out, so please do not delay in purchasing your ticket.

This is a walking tour, so wear comfortable shoes. High heels are not permitted as they can damage hard wood floors.  Sorry, but these century-old homes are not ADA accessible.

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