Entries by EPHS

Donate now or purchase a membership to support Echo Park history!

Get a tax deduction by making a year-end donation to the Echo Park Historical Society. Your donation will help us promote awareness of neighborhood history and support historic preservation efforts. You can also support our efforts by becoming a member (or renewing your membership) for as little $15 a year. Click or tap here to […]

Join us this for Saturday’s Echo Park Lake Walking Tour

Join us for the Echo Park Lake Walking Tour at 10 am on Saturday, April 23. Sponsored by the Echo Park Historical Society, the tour includes a discussion of the origins of Echo Park Lake, a tour of the edge of Angeleno Heights, the site of the American Institute of Mentalism and Angelus Temple. We also talk about the recent renovations of […]

Take the Echo Park Lake Walking Tour on April 23

Join us for the Echo Park Lake Walking Tour at 10 am on Saturday, April 23. Sponsored by the Echo Park Historical Society, the tour includes a discussion of the origins of Echo Park Lake, a tour of the edge of Angeleno Heights, the site of the American Institute of Mentalism and Angelus Temple. We also talk about the recent renovations of […]

Join us for an Echo Park stairways walking tour this Saturday

The Echo Park Stairways tour on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 10 a.m. includes the Baxter Stairs (possibly the city’s longest) as well as Fellowship Park, Red Hill and the modernist Harwell Harris house. This is a modestly strenuous tour that includes one long stairway and several steep hills. Building interiors are not included. For location […]

See you at the lake on Saturday night for “Double Indemnity”

The Echo Park Historical Society is one of the sponsors of this year’s Echo Park Film Series, which will screen  movies outdoors at Echo Park Lake.  The film classic “Double Indemnity,” which features some vintage L.A. scenery, will screen this Saturday, Sept. 26 at 7 pm. The movie, which is free,  will be screened in the […]

See you at the lake Saturday night for the Echo Park Film Series

The Echo Park Historical Society is one of the sponsors of this summer’s Echo Park Film Series, which will screen neighborhood-related movies outdoors at Echo Park Lake. The first of four movies will be shown on Saturday, Aug. 1 at 8 pm with the screening of Quinceañera, the 2006 indie movie about growing up and gentrification […]