It’s a busy week! It seems everyone has scheduled something this week to avoid the Thanksgiving Holidays next week.
Tonight at 7 p.m. Larchmont Village neighbors are gathering on Zoom for their semi-annual meeting. Join in to hear from association board members, local officials, and neighbors about current happenings and issues. Everyone is welcome to attend, just click here to register for the online gathering.
On Wednesday, The Ebell of Los Angeles is hosting a financial seminar “Taking Control of Your Legacy: An Empowering Workshop with Jody Giles ” starting at 6 p.m.
Join the Ebell for a deep dive into the “Missing Pieces Plan,” a comprehensive guide created by Jody Giles, a seasoned CPA and CFP. Beyond traditional financial planning, this unique workshop addresses unseen gaps, ensuring a seamless transition for our loved ones.
Giles is a Philanthropy Advisor with over years of experience. The workshop is free; light refreshments will be served. Click here to register, and the first 20 attendees who register will also receive a free workbook.
As the saying goes, “Leave a legacy, not a mess.” With life’s unpredictability, it’s essential to ensure our wishes are known and that our loved ones face the future with clarity and peace.
Also at the Ebell (743 S. Lucerne Blvd.) on Wednesday, November 15, starting at 7 p.m., the Windsor Square Association will hold its Annual Town Hall meeting.
LA Mayor Karen Bass, City Councilmember Hugo Soto-Martinez, and state Assemblymember Rick Chavez Zbur will be special guests. The event is free, but please RSVP here.
And finally, also on Wednesday, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at the Greenway Court Theatre, 544 North Fairfax Avenue, Neighbors for Responsible Television City Development are hosting a Q&A session with Hackman Capital Partners about its plans to develop Television City with additional soundstages and office space.
According to organizers, members of Councilmember Katy Yaroslavsky’s staff will be there, so this is a great opportunity to let the Councilmember hear from residents.
“We are holding this meeting so the community can get answers and interact with the developer on our own terms,” wrote organizers in the email invitation. “Whether or not you are able to attend, please click here to submit comments or questions you want us to address.”
Please click here to RSVP and get parking information.
It’s a bunch of meetings to cover, but the Buzz will be there — come join us!