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All are invited for a special hour-long in-person docent-led tour of the Lanterman House, which will remain outside the house and allow visitors to peek inside.

The Lanterman House is uniquely designed to allow visitors to see nearly the entire interior from the outside. The house is completely surrounded by a patio, which can be accessed by an astonishing number of French doors -– 32 in total!

Tours of the House are held today, Oct. 1, and Oct. 8 at either 6 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $3 to $5 and are available at All social distancing protocols will be observed; face coverings must be worn.




The Glendale Historical Society presents “Treasures of Adams Hill,” a pictorial look at Glendale’s Adams Hill neighborhood – past and present. Formerly part of Tropico, a mythologized city that existed for only seven years, Adams Hill evolved into Glendale’s most bohemian and architecturally distinctive neighborhood with an eclectic mix of homes piled up on the hills, many apartment buildings and a quaint business district that includes a historic gas station repurposed as an art space. To this day, Adams Hill marches to its own tune and has a decidedly urban feel with the charm and friendly vibe of a small town.

Arlene Vidor, a Glendale Arts & Culture commissioner who previously served two terms on the Historic Preservation Commission, will lead the free Zoom presentation on Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. She was president of TGHS from 2002 to 2008, during which time the organization played a key role in the development and adoption of Glendale’s Historic District Ordinance. Vidor is also on the Adams Hill Neighborhood Association Board. She received TGHS’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017 and is a member of the Advisory Council.

To RSVP, visit




The Glendale Branch of the American Association of University Women

(AAUW) has cancelled in-person meetings for the remainder of 2020 due to COVID-19.

AAUW’s mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research. To learn more about local, state and international AAUW activities and programs, visit these websites: (Glendale) (; (International); and (California)




The Crescenta Valley Sierra Club will present a virtual travel tour to Egypt on Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m.

All are invited to join a Zoom travel program touring the great wonders of Egypt. This virtual tour will be from participants’ computers or other devices as the Crescenta Valley library is closed. Joan Serra of Mayflower Tours will be conducting the November 2021 tour of Egypt and Jordan. 

In this travelogue viewers will see wondrous things such as the pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, Citadel of Saladin and the Mosque of Muhammad Ali, one of the grand mosques of Cairo. Also to include are the Temple of Philae, a visit to the world’s oldest marketplace in Cairo, the Temple of Karnak, and the Luxor Temple complex. Several of the tombs in the Valley of the Kings will be visited as well as the Temple of Horus in Edfu, the unusual Temple of Kom Omb, the Abu Simbel Temple and a Nile River cruise. Many of these sites are UNESCO World Heritage sites.

This travel show will include locations in Jordan such as Petra, which are part of the optional post-trip tour.

Find out more about next year’s tour and receive a special discount on the tour price just for watching – international airfare special of $495 roundtrip from LAX to Egypt for those who sign up before Dec, 15, 2020.

RSVP by Oct. 12 to receive a link to the program from Joan Serra at

To receive more information about the November 2021 tour, contact trip leader Fred Dong at




Registration for the 23rd LA Cancer Challenge 5K Walk/Run on Oct. 25 is open. The goal is to unite generations, young and old, through physical fitness to create public awareness and raise much-needed funds for pancreatic cancer research. Pancreatic cancer patients continue being diagnosed every day.

When participants register as a LACC virtual walker/runner, they’ll be participating in a nationwide awareness event that can be completed any place and at any pace of their choosing.

Adult virtual registration is $40 and includes a long sleeve event T-shirt, “Never Give Up” facemask, downloadable running bib and finishers medal. Youth (11 and under) virtual registration is $25 and includes a kids event T-shirt, downloadable running bib and finishers medal.

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