Over three weeks this month, Pasadena Heritage will host an architectural exploration of remarkable revivals that includes tours, programs, and events centered on Southern California Architecture of the 1920s – 1930s.
“Preservation Pasadena Part II” activities are set for June 13, 17, and 18.
The next Preservation Pasadena event in June will feature Pasadena’s Golden Age, the 1920s and 30s with a special tribute to brilliant local architect Myron Hunt.
Here is a highlight following is the schedule for the Remarkable Revival lineup:
Tuesday, June 13: Celebrate Myron Hunt
Reception and Documentary Screening: Five Homes by Myron Hunt and conversation with filmmaker Curtis McElhinney
Saturday, June 17: Celebrate Revivals
“Spanish Colonial Revival and Newer Spanish-Influenced Architecture” Bus Tour including the Pasadena Playhouse, City Hall, the Civic Auditorium, Caltech, and more.
“Remarkable Revivals of the 1920s” Walking Tour of Berkeley Avenue and homes built for the Lincoln Mortgage Company designed by Wallace Neff.
“Jazz Club Classics from the 1920s – 1930s and More” Reception and Live Music at the historic Blinn House, including dinner and drinks
Sunday, June 18: Celebrate Father’s Day and the Rose Bowl
Boxed lunch picnic on the lawn with Peyton Hall, FAIA, preservation consultant and VIP tour of the historic Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena Heritage was incorporated in 1977 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit historic preservation organization. It advocates for the protection of historic resources and provides education programming and events showcasing and defending Pasadena’s rich history and extraordinary architectural legacy. Learn more about Pasadena Heritage and additional upcoming events, like the Colorado Street Bridge Party on July 15, by visiting pasadenaheritage.org
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