Woman's Club of Hollywood
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Known for supporting the work of women in the visual, literary and performing arts, Woman's Club of Hollywood upholds the social culture of the City of Los Angeles, including the preservation of "Historic Hollywood." The organization was founded in 1905 by 20 of the wives, sisters and daughters of early Hollywood Pioneers. It founded the Hollywood Bowl, supported the building of Hollywood High School and Hollywood Hospital. In 1994 the organization moved to its present location on La Brea and was placed on the Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument Registry. The Woman's Club of Hollywood raises money for many charities, including the Hollygrove Orphanage, the Union Rescue Mission, the Salvation Army and Meals-On-Wheels, to name a few. The building itself is large and impressive with its iconic pink decor and landscaped grounds. The lounge and reception areas are available for private events and are often used for TV and film locations. The building also contains a restaurant, banquet room and a stage for theatrical presentations. For membership information, yoga classes and calender events, visit the Woman's Club of Hollywood Web site.
1749 N la Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
- Hours: Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm