Women's History Month Events | Los Angeles Conservancy
(clockwise from top left) Activist Jane Jacobs; Ebell of Los Angeles (Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy); Mural, Downtown Women's Center (Tiffany Narváez/L.A. Conservancy); Angel statue, Downtown Women's Center patio (Tiffany Narváez/L.A. Conservancy).

Women's History Month Events

March is Women's History Month! Join us as we shine a light on historic places across L.A. County and share inspirational stories about the women behind our region's buildings. Attend one or more events—including tours, a film screening, and more—and learn about the fearless and talented women who excelled in their various disciplines and left a lasting impact on Los Angeles.

Tour: Ebell of Los Angeles - SOLD OUT

Sunday, March 10

Tour the Ebell's current home, a magnificent Sumner Hunt-designed Italian Renaissance complex with gardens designed by Florence Yoch.

Film: Citizen Jane: Battle for the City

Sunday, March 10

See the critically-acclaimed documentary about activist Jane Jacobs in the historic Wilshire Ebell Theatre. Following the film, a panel of experts in the field will discuss Jacobs’ legacy

Tour: A Woman's Place: Union Station & Chinatown - SOLD OUT

Thursday, March 14 & 28

On this special evening walking tour, you'll explore the linked histories of Union Station and Chinatown through the stories of women who had a lasting impact on these sites.

Tour: By Women, For Women

Saturday, March 23

Tour Florence Casler's Downtown Women's Center and Julia Morgan's Hollywood Studio Club, buildings designed and built by women, now serving women in need.

Tour+Lecture: By Women, For Women: South Bay

Sunday, March 24

Visit San Pedro's historic YWCA Harbor Area and South Bay, designed by master architect Julia Morgan. This tour also includes a lecture on the role of women in wartime. 

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Major funding for the Los Angeles Conservancy’s educational programs is provided by The LaFetra Foundation and by the Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.