Past Events

Altadena Heritage holds several events each year to celebrate our community and to inform members and other Altadenans of policy and environmental issues that affect us. The invitations to these events constitute a record of this work.

Seed Library

Seed Library Presentation: The Popenoe Family & Altadena's Horticultural History Join Altadena Heritage, the Seed Library and the Altadena Library District for a presentation on the Popenoe Family and Altadena's Horticultural History at 10am this Saturday, July 7th at...

Third Thursday Program

June 21 @ 7pm - Third Thursday Program: Climate Change Where We Are and What We Can Do Dear Friends, Returning to our Third Thursday series, Altadena Heritage will host Climate Change: Where We Are and What We Can Do. Carol Kravetz of the Citizens Climate Lobby is a...

Pasadena Heritage Home Tour

March 25: Discounted Home Tour Offer from Pasadena Heritage Pasadena Heritage is holding its annual Spring Home Tour on Sunday, March 25. This year’s theme, “Better Homes and Gardens,” features two Altadena stops: the historic McNally mansion and a 1922 Spanish...

2017 Membership Meeting and Holiday Celebration

2017 Membership Meeting & Holiday Celebration More than 160 members gathered at the beautifully restored 1898 home of John and Janis Rodriguez for the annual meeting and holiday festivity. Cary Belling serenaded the event this year on violin, and Gail Casburn of The...

Town Hall 9/21

Altadena Heritage Event Join Altadena Heritage at the Town Hall with Supervisor Kathryn Barger on 9/21 Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 21! Altadena Heritage will sponsor a town hall with our new supervisor Kathryn Barger at 7 pm in the Community Center,...

Golden Poppy Celebration – May 21st, 2017

More than 130 people gathered at the distinctive Green Man Lodge on May 21 for Altadena Heritage’s 13th annual Golden Poppy Spring Garden Celebration and Awards. Steve Pribyl provided shimmering live music on his uilleann pipes, an Irish folk woodwind related to bagpipes. The usual abundance of food came with wine and bubbly supplied by board member Gail Casburn of the Altadena Ale & Wine House, and beer donated by member Mark Jilg of the Craftsman Brewing Company.

Landmark This

Learn how to nominate a historic place for local landmark designation in unincorporated communities of Los Angeles County during the “Landmark THIS!” workshop presented on Saturday, February 4, by the Los Angeles Conservancy in partnership with Altadena Heritage and the County of Los Angeles.

Annual Members’ Meeting and Holiday Celebration

Guests will be entertained by Robert S. Hilton and Breeze Smith, who perform improvisational music on an array of instruments, both conventional and unique. Robert plays creations of his own design, which he builds from repurposed materials, and Breeze is an expressive percussionist who can coax just the right sounds out of almost anything!