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First Annual GWNC Drought-Tolerant Garden Tour

Presented by the GWNC Sustainability Committee Explore prime examples of drought-tolerant and sustainable gardens Engage in discussions with landscape designers, landscape architects, and homeowners about their creations Enjoy presentation on drought-tolerant plants by the Theodore Payne Foundation Learn about gardens

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WINDSOR VILLAGE ANNUAL BOARD MEETING

SUNDAY,  Dec 6 at 11am in HAROLD HENRY PARK (in the center area) Come and meet the WVA Board and candidates. Learn what the board and our neighbors have been working on this past year. We look forward to seeing

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Natives adorn landscape at Harold Henry Park renovation

Senecio, ceanothus, picture sage, Mexican snowballs, bladderpods, and yerba buena are just some of the drought-tolerant and California native plants that will be calling the renovated Harold A. Henry Park home and graciously adorning its freshly manicured grounds. Although the

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Windsor Village’s first Ice Cream Social

Saturday, June 6, 2015, 11 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please join the community of Windsor Village for our first Ice Cream Social. We will be meeting by the playground on Windsor Blvd. in between 9th Street and Francis Ave. Please RSVP

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Harold Henry Park Grand Re-Opening Ceremony

After years of planning, community input, and construction Harold Henry Park is reopening! Join the Windsor Village Community, Councilman Tom LaBonge, and Los Angeles Council District Office 4 for a community celebration of the reopening of Harold A. Henry Park. Wednesday, June

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Harold Henry Park Renovation Groundbreaking Ceremony

Early Monday morning, after more than a year of planning, design and collaboration, there was an official groundbreaking for Harold Henry Park’s renovations. Presided by Councilman Tom LaBonge (CD4), the ceremony provided the opportunity for the community to thank the

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