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Get Moving: Line Dancing Winter Dance Classes

Kick up your heels with fellow members and Get Moving with The Ebell’s new dance classes. Our first focus? Line dancing. Whether you’re a trained dancer or just like to groove - grapevine, cowboy boogie, and weave your way through a deep-dive into a classic movement style. No partners or experience are necessary! Guiding us in the five-week series is celebrated dancer and instructor Francisco Martinez. Francisco has over twenty years of experience performing with some of the country's most…

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Get Moving: Line Dancing Winter Dance Classes

Kick up your heels with fellow members and Get Moving with The Ebell’s new dance classes. Our first focus? Line dancing. Whether you’re a trained dancer or just like to groove - grapevine, cowboy boogie, and weave your way through a deep-dive into a classic movement style. No partners or experience are necessary! Guiding us in the five-week series is celebrated dancer and instructor Francisco Martinez. Francisco has over twenty years of experience performing with some of the country's most…

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Women’s History Month Postcard Writing

In celebration of Women's History Month, we invite you to a special gathering that promises warmth, affection, and the joy of shared stories.  Join us for an intimate postcard writing session where members will write personalized messages to other members. It is a heartwarming way to honor our members and express the appreciation they truly deserve.

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Vilna Musical: A Holocaust Resistance Story

Vilna: A Holocaust Resistance Story is a musical based on the inspirational Holocaust story you’ve never heard. It tells the poignant story of the real-life Jewish resistance fighters and artists from the Vilna ghetto. You’ll meet these young artists of the bohemian city of Vilna: Vitka Kempner, Abba Kovner, Hirsh Glick and Avram Sutzkever, who, in the face of being confined to the ghetto, form a secret brigade and find creative ways to resist. Led by a rebellious teenage girl and a young poet, the partisans…

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Vox Femina: Mosaics from the Middle East

Join us for a captivating evening as Vox Femina Los Angeles, a choral performance group dedicated to giving voice to women, interweaves the music of two distinct cultures. Celebrate the beauty of the Middle East and its rich diversity through a harmonious fusion of Arabic and Jewish musical traditions. VOX explores shared experiences of love, joy, and grief, using the most powerful instrument of all – the voice. Don't miss this unique celebration of cultural richness and the unifying power…

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African American Women in Politics

Please join us for an inspiring luncheon featuring three of Los Angeles' most remarkable female lawmakers, Yvonne B. Burke, Jan Perry, and Autumn Burke. These influential leaders have passionately carried the torch for the betterment of our communities and we're excited to share their insights with you. Ebell member Wendy Gladney, a life strategist, consultant, and best-selling author, will serve as our panel moderator. Featured Panelists: The Honorable Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, former CA Assemblywoman, U.S. Congresswoman, and LA County Supervisor…

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February Member Orientation

Have we told you lately how thrilled and honored we are that you have joined The Ebell of LA at this exciting time in our history? We can't really say it enough. As a member, you are now a vital part of The Ebell's 130-year-old Los Angeles herstory. And like our sprawling, diverse city, The Ebell has many winding paths, staircases, tucked away corners, hidden stories and astonishing treasures. We invite you to join us and to explore The Ebell campus, learn…

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Book Chamber

Christiane DeRoches-Noblecourt: A daredevil, indeed.  Scholar of Egyptology, curator at the Louvre, hands-on archaeologist (who timely encouraged a discouraged Howard Carter to persevere in his quest for Tut’s tomb), savior of museum treasures from the Nazis, French resistance fighter... and most importantly, preservationist. She charismatically enjoined the Egyptian Minster of Culture, chief of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and myriad more, including Jacqueline Kennedy (remember her successful preservation of Times Central Station?), to saw Abu Simbel from its stone cliff and hoist…

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Ebell Cares: Music to Remember

“Music is the language of memory, a bridge between past and present, offering comfort and joy to those with dementia. Let's celebrate the magic of music together.”  – Nandani Maria Sinha Experience Ebell Cares: Music to Remember, an exciting new series by Music Heals Minds (MHM) in partnership with The Ebell of Los Angeles. We’ve teamed up with Alzheimer’s LA and the enchanting singer Nandani Sinha to create an inviting space for support, care, and connection. Tailored for those facing memory…

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Get Moving: Line Dancing Winter Dance Classes

Kick up your heels with fellow members and Get Moving with The Ebell’s new dance classes. Our first focus? Line dancing. Whether you’re a trained dancer or just like to groove - grapevine, cowboy boogie, and weave your way through a deep-dive into a classic movement style. No partners or experience are necessary! Guiding us in the five-week series is celebrated dancer and instructor Francisco Martinez. Francisco has over twenty years of experience performing with some of the country's most…

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She’s History with Amy Simon

A One-Woman Play Honoring Women's History Alarmed when her ten-year-old daughter plans to do her women’s history report on pop stars, a mom gets inspiration and strength from the unknown, unheralded and forgotten women in history who overcame obstacles and fought for justice. Going back and forth from the past to the present, playwright, actress and “cultural HERstorian,” Amy Simon poignantly finds the funny as she tackles multiple roles in her entertaining and educational program. SHE’S HISTORY!, a one-woman show…

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The Everywhere of Her

The Everywhere of Her is an imaginative and musical celebration of three remarkable women who each shaped Los Angeles. At an event celebrating Amelia Earhart as the first female to complete a trans-Atlantic flight, Charlotta Bass, owner and publisher of the California Eagle, Katherine Sui Fun Cheung, first Chinese licensed female pilot, and Dolores del Rio, Mexican star of American/Mexican cinema, meet for the first time. They discover that they have far more in common than they would have thought;…

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Writers Bloc with Michele Norris

For years, you heard Michele Norris anchor NPR’s All Things Considered. You heard her eke the truth out of tough interviews she conducted for NPR. She’s earned countless major awards for her journalism, including Emmy, Peabody, Dupont, and Goldsmith awards. And if you don’t remember her Race Card project, it was brilliant in its simplicity. She sent out a clarion call to listeners all over: Race. Your Story. Six Words. Please Send. Over half a million people answered that call with…

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Makers’ Circle Series

Are you a lifelong knitter, crocheter, needlepointer, jewelry maker or fiber/paper artist? Or have you never tried making things, but would like to know how?  The Makers’ Circle is a new group, meeting once a month on a Saturday morning at The Ebell, where you can bring your works in progress, get peer help with projects you’re stuck on, swap ideas and techniques, or learn a brand new skill, all while sitting down with other “makers”, chatting, sipping coffee and snacking…

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Get Moving: Line Dancing Winter Dance Classes

Kick up your heels with fellow members and Get Moving with The Ebell’s new dance classes. Our first focus? Line dancing. Whether you’re a trained dancer or just like to groove - grapevine, cowboy boogie, and weave your way through a deep-dive into a classic movement style. No partners or experience are necessary! Guiding us in the five-week series is celebrated dancer and instructor Francisco Martinez. Francisco has over twenty years of experience performing with some of the country's most…

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Ebell Write Club goes virtual

Whether you are a complete novice or a published author, come join us on our monthly writing journey!  The third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm, we meet virtually, glasses of wine in hand, to share our work, and discuss our poems, short stories, or memoir excerpts.  Writing is developed at home between meetings, using prompts for inspiration. Reservations are appreciated, but not required. For more information about joining the Write Club on our writing journey – virtual or…

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A Woman’s Place Opening Reception

Join us at The Ebell of Los Angeles for 'A Woman’s Place' art exhibit, celebrating National Women’s History Month from March 21 (Opening Reception) to April 30, 2024. The Ebell welcomes three esteemed professionals from the Los Angeles arts scene as jurors for the special exhibit. They are Shana Nys Dambrot, arts editor for the L.A. Weekly; Taylor Bythewood-Porter, independent curator and former assistant curator at the California American Art Museum; and Amy Scott, executive vice president of research and interpretation and…

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Women’s Heart Health with Dr. Noel Bairey Merz

Cardiologist Dr. Noel Bairey Merz is a leader in research on women’s cardiovascular health and the Director of the Barbara Streisand Women’s Heart Center at Cedars-Sinai. She is dedicated to closing the 50-year knowledge gap between what we know about heart disease for women compared to men. Her TED Talk on this subject has garnered almost one million views. Join us for an informative presentation from this dynamic expert on the single biggest health threat faced by women and solutions…

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Member Orientation

Have we told you lately how thrilled and honored we are that you have joined The Ebell of LA at this exciting time in our history? We can't really say it enough. As a member, you are now a vital part of The Ebell's 130-year-old Los Angeles herstory. And like our sprawling, diverse city, The Ebell has many winding paths, staircases, tucked away corners, hidden stories and astonishing treasures. We invite you to join us and to explore The Ebell campus, learn…

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The Ebell Institute for the Study of Women’s History in LA

The Ebell Institute exists to cultivate dialogue around Women’s History in Los Angeles and is grounded in the belief that "one cannot be what one cannot see." The Ebell Women’s Symposium aims to enrich public awareness of the historical Los Angeles women who have played pivotal roles in shaping our city culturally, politically, socially and beyond. Join us for this fascinating exploration of the voices of contemporary female scholars and artists whose contributions have too often been omitted from history books or…

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Korean American Muse Concert

Join us for an unforgettable afternoon at the upcoming Korean American Muse (KAM) concert and immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Korean music and artistry. KAM strives to cultivate a deeper understanding and appreciation of Korean arts and culture, both within the Korean American community and beyond. From traditional music and dance to contemporary visual arts and literature, KAM is committed to showcasing the breadth and depth of Korean creativity.

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Get Moving: Line Dancing Winter Dance Classes

Kick up your heels with fellow members and Get Moving with The Ebell’s new dance classes. Our first focus? Line dancing. Whether you’re a trained dancer or just like to groove - grapevine, cowboy boogie, and weave your way through a deep-dive into a classic movement style. No partners or experience are necessary! Guiding us in the five-week series is celebrated dancer and instructor Francisco Martinez. Francisco has over twenty years of experience performing with some of the country's most…

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MOTH StorySLAM Winner Vicki Juditz on “Adventures of the Green Housewife”

“Vicki Juditz is a born storyteller.  What sets her writing, and her performance, apart is her sense of humor, and an eye for the incongruous and ridiculous.” – LA Times  What’s so funny about an environmentally obsessed housewife? You are about to discover eco-hilarity! This series of short performances weaves humorous storytelling with The Green Housewife’s ideas about living green, just in time for celebrating upcoming Earth Day. It’s quirky and it’s smart, and as she says, it’s strange and wondrous!…

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Garden Designs & His Southern California Work and Legacy

The Frank Lloyd Wright Garden Symposium will examine how Frank Lloyd Wright and other early twentieth-century architects responded to the Southern California landscape and climate and how they invite us to think about contemporary issues in gardening. It will feature landscape architects, historians, curators, and stewards of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed houses. Join us as we uncover the lesser-explored realm of Frank Lloyd Wright's garden designs, which, despite their significance, have often remained overlooked. From his iconic Hollyhock House to other masterpieces…

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